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Wildlife researchers and managers are consistently tackling ecological and conservation issues that are increasing in complexity and scope. Wildlife issues often span beyond singular research frameworks and management jurisdictions, preventing modern wildlife conservation from operating in mutually exclusive arenas (i.e., research or management). As a wildlife researcher whose research is conducted on both public and private rangelands, and across multiple stakeholder groups, techniques to answer difficult questions and offer time-sensitive solutions must pull from both research and management arenas. Historically, book or journal resources that wildlife professionals could readily access for necessary scientific guidance were contained in many documents, making timely information acquisition difficult. Fortunately, the eighth edition of The Wildlife Techniques Manual has consolidated the most comprehensive 2-volume set of technique manuals to date, making the most current expert research and management approaches easily attainable to wildlife professionals.
"Book Review: The Wildlife Techniques Manual, Eighth Edition,"
Human–Wildlife Interactions: Vol. 15
, Article 26.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.usu.edu/hwi/vol15/iss1/26