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         Wildlife - General Information:     more books (82)
  1. General information on Mississippi bird life (Educational notes on Mississippi wildlife) by B. Erskine Gandy, 1961
  2. RUN WILD: A storage and retrieval system for wildlife habitat information (General technical report RM) by David R Patton, 1978
  3. Seedskadee National Wildlife : travel map & general information (SuDoc I 49.44/2:SE 3/6) by U.S. Dept of Interior, 2000
  4. Seedskadee, National Wildlife Refuge : travel map & general information (SuDoc I 49.44/2:SE 3/6/2000) by U.S. Dept of Interior, 2000
  5. Information Continuum: Evolution of Social Information Transfer in Monkeys Apes and Hominids : Evolution of Social Information Transfer in Monkeys, ape by Barbara J. King, 1994-11-15
  6. SOIL, WATER AND YOU, THE NATIONAL WILDLIFE FEDERATION, GENERAL LEAFLET NUMBER 6 (CONSERVATION INFORMATION SERIES)
  7. UPLAND GAME BIRDS, WATER FOWL AND SHORE BIRDS, THE NATIONAL WILDLIFE FEDERATION, GENERAL LEAFLET NUMBER 1 (CONSERVATION INFORMATION SERIES)
  8. Man and the Biosphere: U.S. Information Synthesis Project, Mab-8 Biosphere Reserves by Paul G. Risser, 1980-09
  9. Information Transmission in the Nervous System by A.M. Uttley, 1979-05
  10. Montana Rivers Information System (1994); Reporting User's Manual by Wildlife Montana. Dept. of Fish, 2010-01-18
  11. Montana Rivers Information System (1989); Rivers Report User's Manual by Wildlife Montana. Dept. of Fish, 2010-01-18
  12. Wildlife Management: Upland Game and General Principles by Reuben Edwin Trippensee, 1948-01-01
  13. Endangered Species: Must They Disappear (Information Plus Reference Series) by Gloria Cooksey, 2001-02
  14. The Cocker - Containing Every Information to the Breeders and Amateurs Of that Noble Bird the Game Cock (History of Cockfighting Series) by W. Sketchley, 2005-09-01

1. Colorado Division Of Wildlife - Colorado Division Of Wildlife
Details state hunting and fishing regulations, habitats, and conservation efforts.
http://wildlife.state.co.us/
Colorado Department of Natural Resources Home Shop Maps ... Contact Hunting Fishing Viewing Rules/Regs Education Wildlife Species Land/Water Research Wildlife Commission
  • Hunting Fishing Viewing Rules/Regs ... Wildlife Commission
  • Pheasant Season Opens November 13 Colorado hunters should enjoy some of the best pheasant hunting in the state's recent history when they take to the fields Nov. 13 for opening day of the pheasant season.
    Wildlife managers say the recent population surge of the popular game bird is due to ideal weather conditions which improved nesting habitat and ground cover across most of the state's core pheasant range, resulting in back-to-back banner seasons for hunters.
    Small game hunters are reminded to have a safe hunting season and to be mindful of regulations and advisories before heading into the field. Read the press release and small game hunting page for more information.

    2. Pictures Of Mountain Lion
    Pictures of mountain lion, their photos in natural habitats and conservation measures can be found on special sites devoted to wildlife.
    http://www.mountain-lions.org/mountain-lion-pic/pictures-of-mountain-lion.html
    Mountain Lions Pictures
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    Pictures Of Mountain Lion
    Pictures of mountain lion, their photos in natural habitats and conservation measures can be found on special sites devoted to wildlife. These wild cats have large muscular bodies. The heads of these animals are relatively small. The legs are long and strong and the tail is also long. Males are usually larger than females. In general the length of the body of these animals ranges from 6 to 9 feet. Pictures of mountain lion, their photos in natural habitats and conservation measures can be found on special sites devoted to wildlife. To view a complete gallery of pictures, just click on Pictures for easy viewing!
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    Pictures Of Mountain Lion
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    photos, conservation
    Felines of these wild cats are able to breed at two and a half years. They give birth to one to three cubs in a litter. The kittens are born blind and their eyes open only in 14 days. The cubs are born heavily spotted in a protected den. Pictures of mountain lion, their photos in natural habitats and conservation measures can be found on special sites devoted to wildlife.

    3. Gypsum, CO - Official Website - Government Agencies
    Colorado Division of Wildlife General Information, hunter education hunting seasons (970) 9472920 Local officer for information on Gypsum Ponds and specific questions regarding
    http://www.townofgypsum.com/index.asp?NID=396

    4. TransCanadaHighway.com Wildlife General Information
    TransCanadaHighway.com's guide to Wildlife of Canada General Information! Wildlife General Information. General Interest . National Wildlife Federation the nation's largest member
    http://www.transcanadahighway.com/general/Wildlife-General.htm
    CANADA: British Columbia Alberta Saskatchewan Manitoba ... Bookmark/Share Or Select a Highway Route Itinerary BC: Victoria to Nanaimo (142 km) BC: West Vancouver to Hope (171 km) BC:Hope to Kamloops (on the #1) (196 km) BC:Hope to Kamloops (Coquihalla) (204 km) BC:Kamloops to Revelstoke (219 km BC:Revelstoke to Lake Louise, AB (220 km) AB: Lake Louise to Calgary (180 km) AB: Calgary to Medicine Hat (284 km) AB: Medicine Hat to Swift Current, SK (223 km) SK: Swift Current to Regina (235 km) SK: Regina to Brandon, MB ( 363 km) MB: Brandon to Winnipeg (219 km) MB: Winnipeg to Kenora, ON (207 km) ON: Kenora to Ignace (246 km ) ON: Ignace to Thunder Bay (247 km) ON: Thunder Bay to Marathon (299 km) ON: Marathon to Wawa (180 km ON: Wawa to Sault Ste Marie (224 km) ON: Sault Ste Marie to Sudbury (301 km) ON: Sudbury to Mattawa (190 km) ON: Mattawa to Ottawa (307 km ON: Ottawa to Montreal, QU (186 km) ON: TO North: Toronto to Parry Sound (162 km) ON: TO North: Parry Sound to Sudbury (208 km) ON: TO East: Toronto to Kingston (248 km) ON: TO East: Kingston to Montreal (243 km QU: Montreal to Quebec City-Levis (246 km) QU: Quebec City-Levis to Riviere du Loup (201 km) QU: Riviere du Loup to Grand Falls, NB (184 km)

    5. Superior Auction - Real Estate Auction - SOLD!
    Beautiful country home or lodge with a short commute to Green Bay! PRIME HUNTING LAND ABUNDANT WITH WILDLIFE! General Information Site 37.35 +/ Acres
    http://www.superiorauction.net/auction.php?action=get&id=210

    6. Animal Concerns Community - Wildlife
    1. St. Francis Wildlife Association Tallahassee, FL, USA Providing humane wildlife care, rehabilitation,specialized volunteer training, and environmental education to promote
    http://www.animalconcerns.org/topics.html?topic=Wildlife&topicsku=2002121143

    7. The Wild Forever Foundation - Become A Rehabilitator
    If you are just learning about the licensing process, we strongly recommend that you thoroughly read the DOW's (Colorado Division Of Wildlife) GENERAL INFORMATION AND
    http://wildforever.org/become_a_rehabber.php
    • Home About Us Volunteer Donate ... Become A Rehabilitator
      SO, YOU WANT TO BECOME A REHABILITATOR?
      Many people think so until they learn just how much effort it takes to become licensed . There is also a huge investment in time and commitment to rehabilitate wildlife. Albeit a time and resource exhaustive activity, working with wildlife can be an extremely fulfilling personal journey. The best way to learn more is to network with other volunteers and rehabilitators. If you are just learning about the licensing process, we strongly recommend that you thoroughly read the DOW's (Colorado Division Of Wildlife) GENERAL INFORMATION AND APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS as well as the related documents regarding the state rules and regulations disease control and transportation For more licensing information please contact the DOW at (719) 227-5200 or 227-5207
      Resources
      National Wildlife Rehabilitators Association (NWRA) International Wildlife Rehabilitation Council (IWRC) (Image of Turtle)
      General Meetings
      You are invited to attend our general meetings held the second Tuesday of each month from 6PM-7PM, at

    8. Wildlife - General Information
    21. Baobab's Natural Philosophy Center Durham, NC, USA Directory of environmental philosophy resources. Category General Information 22. Campaign to Save Laguna Ignacio and the
    http://www.animalconcerns.org/topics.html?info=more&topicsku=2002121143111&a

    9. Locations
    Tucson Fishing.com provides anglers from Tucson, Arizona and anywhere else, a complete fishing resource
    http://www.tucsonfishing.com/Areas.php?action=detail&g=location1141100001

    10. The EnviroLink Network - Wildlife
    1. VN Illustrated Database of Mexican Biodiversity Mexico Illustrated Database of Mexican Biodiversity Category General Information 2. Biodiversity and Biological Collections
    http://www.envirolink.org/topics.html?topic=Wildlife&topicsku=2002121143111&

    11. Area Summary
    Watering ponds and permanent food plots have been established for the benefit of wildlife. General Information. Region St. Louis Counties Crawford
    http://mdc4.mdc.mo.gov/applications/moatlas/AreaSummaryPage.aspx?txtAreaID=5702

    12. Wildlife - General Information
    21. Endangered Endemic Species of the Philippines Philippines The site lists various endangered species that can only be found in the Philippines (endemic).
    http://www.envirolink.org/topics.html?info=more&topicsku=2002121143111&t

    13. Locations
    Gun Shop Reviews, Shooting Range Comparisons Lone Wolf Trading Company specializes in quality firearms and accessories.
    http://arizonagunstores.com/Areas.php?action=detail&g=location1169763052

    14. Kentucky Department Of Fish And Wildlife Resources - General Information
    General Information
    http://fw.ky.gov/Navigation.asp?cid=104

    15. Black Bear Information
    There is a great deal of fascinating Black Bear Information bits available on the web, where you can read articles of wildlife specialists or experienced wildlife observers taking
    http://www.black-bears.org/black-bear-information.htm
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    Black Bear Information
    There is a great deal of fascinating Black Bear Information bits available on the web, where you can read articles of wildlife specialists or experienced wildlife observers taking particular interest in Bear behavior and sharing with us their own Bear observance experiences. The American Black Bear (Ursus Americanus) is the most common Ursidae species in North America. This is the smallest Bear species in the world. He is about 2-3 ft high at the shoulders, and when standing upright, he can reach 5-7 ft high. Males average 150-300 lbs in weight, but on rare occasions, they can weigh up to 500 lbs. Females are much smaller than males, and their maximum weight does not usually exceed 200 lbs. Black Bears are easily distinguishable through their black coat, which is brown on the muzzle and chest. However, there are Black Bears with lighter coats, and they are more common in western parts of the continent. There are even Bears with white-bluish coats, and they can be found in coastal areas in Canada and British Columbia. Black Bears usually dwell in forested regions and they are common in many parts of the North American continent. Today there are around 600,000 Black Bears in the wild in North America. Some Black Bear information sources state that there were more than 2 million Black Bears in America before European settlers arrived.

    16. Land Use, Protected Areas, Wetlands, And Wildlife
    Chapter 8 Land use, protected areas, wetlands, and wildlife. General Information Sources Government
    http://www.ibiblio.org/hass/land.html
    Chapter 8:
    Land use, protected areas, wetlands, and wildlife
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    Plants and Wildlife Plants Wildlife. General Information Visitor's Information MAP
    http://www.hooverdamtourcompany.com/contact.html
    The Hoover Dam Why was Hoover Dam built?
    Building the dam

    Naming of the dam

    Hoover Dam Today
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    Statistics
    Visitor Activities Hoover Dam Visitor's Center Plants and Wildlife Plants
    Wildlife
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    Hoover Dam Tour Company
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    We are located within Las Vegas and can be contacted by one of the following methods: Address: 4343 N. Rancho Drive, Suite 230, Las Vegas, Nevada 89130 Phone Toll Free: 888-512-0075 Phone: 702-655-6060 Fax: 702-656-7535 Email: sales@hooverdamtourcompany.com Please contact us with any questions or concerns you may have. We are here to help your Hoover Dam tour be a pleasant travel experience for you. Hoover Dam Tours from Las Vegas By Bus:
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    18. Kentucky Department Of Fish And Wildlife Resources - General Information
    Whether you have scheduled a special program or are guiding your own field trip, we hope you find your visit to the Salato Wildlife Education Center both educational and
    http://fw.ky.gov/navigation.asp?cid=340

    19. Vancouver Island Region Wildlife: General Information
    Introduction. Material on this website represents the most current information available regarding wildlife inventory and wildlife management in the
    http://www.env.gov.bc.ca/van-island/wildweb/generalinfo.htm
    All B.C. Government Ministry of Environment Main Index Help Contact Us Text Size B.C. Home Vancouver Island Region ESD ... Contact Us Resources Government Quick access to information based on government's structure document.write("")
    General Information
    Introduction
    Material on this website represents the most current information available regarding wildlife inventory and wildlife management in the Ministry of Environment, Vancouver Island Region. Information on this website is intended for use by government staff, contract biologists, resource planners and the general public. Information on this website is regularly updated and generally represents the most current information available. However, users are cautioned that some of the information occurring on the website is work in progress or changes content more frequently than website updates.

    20. Galapagos - Island Virtual Tour - Pinta - Galapagos Cruise
    Galapagos Islands, virtual tour, Pinta Island, descriptions, wildlife, general information, lonesome George, tortoises , Pinta Island
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      Galapagos Islands - Pinta Island
      Pinta, also known as Abington Island, is an elongate shield rising from a northwest trending submarine ridge. The summit, at 850 m elevation, has a small collapse pit, but no caldera is present. The island has steep slopes, which may be due to faulting. Pinta appears to have had a two stage development: a shield stage, which began more than 800,000 years ago, and a younger fissure stage. The latter has produced many young lavas and cinder cones at the northern and southern ends of the island. There has been one recorded eruption in the past century. Many of the lavas erupted during the shield stage have very abundant large white crystals of plagioclase. While plagioclase is common in basaltic lavas, the remarkable abundance and size of these crystals is extremely unusual. Rocks such as these have been given the name "abingtonite" after the island. Abingtonites are occasionally found elsewhere in the Galapagos, particularly on neighboring northern islands. Plagioclase is often lighter than basaltic magmas from which they crystallize. The formation of abingtonites most likely involves the concentration of plagioclase in the tops of magma chambers through floatation.

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