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Transactions of the 10th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference

    Originally scheduled to meet in New York City, February 26, 27 and 28, 1945, Hotel Pennsylvania. Government ban on all conventions, made effective February 1, 1945, necessitated cancellation of actual meetings. The major portion of the papers planned for this Conference are printed herewith.

    Contents

    Land Use for Public Hunting

    PROGRESS OF THE PUBLIC GAME LANDS PROGRAM IN PENNSYLVANIA, Seth Gordon

    EVALUATION OF THE NEW YORK STATE EXPERIMENTAL COOPERATIVE LANDOWNER-SPORTSMAN CONTROLLED PUBLIC HUNTING GROUND PROGRAM 1939-1943, A. W. Bromley

    Waterfowl

    BASIC CONCEPTS OF WATERFOWL MANAGEMENT, Ira N. Gabrielson

    THOUGHTS OF A DUCK HUNTER, Ray P. Holland

    MIGRATORY WATERFOWL CONDITIONS IN SASKATCHEWAN, C. L. Bertrand

    THE PERMANENT VALUE OF REFUGES IN WATERFOWL MANAGEMENT, J. Clark Salyer II

    CALIFORNIA'S WILDFOWL CONDITIONS, H. R. Basford

    FLYWAY REGULATIONS, Frederick C. Lincoln

    A FEW COMMENTS ON WILDFOWLING, Frederick K. Barbour

    In the Wake of War

    RETRAINING THE G.I. TO SHOOT SAFELY, Col. George 0. Van Orden

    HUNTING ACCIDENTS, C. B. lister

    FITNESS EXAMINATION FOR HUNTERS, W. C. Shaffer

    THE SEMI-AUTOMATIC AS A SPORTER, Commander Thurman Randle

    Production and Marketing of Fur

    THE PROBLEM OF UNDERTRAPPING IN MUSKRAT MANAGEMENT, Daniel W. lay

    CAPACITY OF ILLINOIS LAND TYPES TO PRODUCE FURS, Lee E. Yeager

    PELTING EQUIPMENT AND HOW TO SKIN, FLESH, STRETCH AND DRY PELTS, Harry Van Cl eve

    PROCESSING HUDSON SEAL, David L. Levin

    RESEARCH AN IMPORTANT FACTOR IN FUR SEAL MANAGEMENT, Robert K. Enders

    ECONOMICS OF THE FUR TRADE, Alexander T. Macleod

    COMMENTS ON THE PAPERS ON THE FUR INDUSTRY PROGRAM, Samuel A. Graham

    Forest Lands and Wildlife

    INTRODUCTORY REMARKS, N. W. Hosley

    FOREST WILDLIFE AND NATIONAL FOREST LAND MANAGEMENT PRACTICES, Theodore C. Fearnow

    PROPOSED MANAGEMENT OF FORESTED GAME LANDS IN PENNSYLVANIA, C. C. Freeburn

    OBSERVATIONS OF THE INCOMPATIBILITY OF WOOD AND GAME PRODUCTION, Paul A. Herbert

    ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS OF FOREST EDGES IN RELATION TO WILDLIFE, Frank B. Barick

    SMALL MAMMALS OF THE FOREST, William J. Hamilton, Jr., and David B. Cook

    IS THE BAG LIMIT ENOUGH?, J. V. K. Wagar

    TIMBER AND GAME - TWIN CROPS, Harold Titus

    Croplands and Wildlife

    INTRODUCTORY REMARKS, Warren W. Chase

    THE OUTLOOK FOR FARM WILDLIFE, Aldo Leopold

    SOME BIOLOGIC AND ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF FIELD BORDER MANAGEMENT, Charles A. Dambach

    MANAGEMENT OF BOB-WHITE ON THE OAK-TALL GRASS PRAIRIE, NORTH CENTRAL OKLAHOMA, F. M. Baumgartner

    WATER, FISHES, AND CROPLAND MANAGEMENT, Thomas H. Langlois

    A FARMER LOOKS AT WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT, Hartwell E. Roper

    EXPERIMENTAL COOKERY WITH SURPLUS FISH AND WILDLIFE, Anna M. Olsen and George 0. Hendrickson

    Commercial Fisheries

    THE ECONOMIC FUTURE OF THE ATLANTIC FISHERIES FROM THE POINT OF VIEW OF AN OCEAN POUND-NET OPERATOR, Robert L. Doxsee

    INTERSTATE COOPERATION IN THE FISHERY FIELD ON THE ATLANTIC COAST, Wayne D. Heydecker

    UTILIZATION OF THE SURF CLAM MACTRA SOLIDISSIMA, Joseph B. Glancy

    Marshes, Water, and Wildlife

    INTRODUCTORY REMARKS, James Nelson Gowanloch

    IMPROVEMENT OF FISHING IN OLD PONDS, H. S. Swingle

    THE RELATION OF LAND RECLAMATION TO AQUATIC WILDLIFE RESOURCES IN SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA, William T. Penfound and John D. Schneidau

    A WATERFOWL BANDING STUDY ON A NEW IMPOUNDMENT, Carl R. Warren

    HALF A THOUSAND MILES OF PUBLIC TROUT STREAM, John R. Greeley

    SOME RESULTS OF WATERFOWL BANDING IN WESTERN CANADA BY DUCKS UNLIMITED (CANADA), B. W. Cartwright

    ECONOMIC IMPORTANCE OF THE WATER HYACINTH, EICHHORNIA CRASSIPES, IN MANAGEMENT OF WATER AREAS, James Nelson Gowan loch

    Parks, Refuges, Urban Lands, and Wildlife

    INTRODUCTORY REMARKS, J. J. Hickey

    RESEARCH PROBLEMS ON THE UNITED STATES NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGES, Clarence Cottam

    PEOPLE, Roberts Mann

    UNSOLVED PROBLEMS CONCERNING WILDLIFE IN MEXICAN NATIONAL PARKS, William Vogt

    NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL CONSERVATION PROBLEMS, Carl D. Shoemaker

    Educational Forum

    EDUCATION AND WILDLIFE CONSERVATION, Ira N. Gabrielson

    POSTWAR PROBLEMS IN FORESTRY EDUCATION, N. W. Hosley

    EXTENSION SPECIALISTS FOR WILDLIFE A NECESSITY, George W. McCullough

    ECOLOGY AS THE BASIS FOR TRAINING TEACHERS IN NATURE AND CONSERVATION EDUCATION, Richard L. Weaver

    Range Lands and Wildlife

    INTRODUCTORY REMARKS, James N. Templer

    BIG GAME AND LIVESTOCK ON THE WESTERN RANGE, H. E. Schwan

    ALL FLESH IS GRASS, Clifford C. Presnall

    RANGE RODENTS AND PLANT SUCCESSION, Richard M. Bond

    METHODS OF DETERMINING TRENDS IN BIG GAME NUMBERS AND RANGE CONDITIONS, Gilbert N. Hunter

    DEER MANAGEMENT PROBLEMS AS RELATED TO DISEASES AND PARASITES OF DOMESTIC RANGE LIVESTOCK, Carlton M. Herman

    NATIONAL PARK WILDLIFE RANGES, Harold M. Ratcliff and Lowell Sumner

    BIG GAME-RANGE LIVESTOCK COMPETITION ON WESTERN RANGES, L. A. Stoddart and D. I. Rasmussen

    Recent Developments in Wildlife Research

    INTRODUCTORY REMARKS, Douglas E. Wade

    SOME RECENT COOPERATIVE RESEARCHES AT WISCONSIN IN FISHERY BIOLOGY, Arthur D. Hasler

    CAUSES OF DEATH AMONG INDIANA FISHES, William E. Ricker

    RELATION OF BUFFER SPECIES ABUNDANCE TO FOX PREDATION ON GROUSE NESTS, Robert W. Darrow

    WATERFOWL AND THEIR MANAGEMENT IN INLAND TEXAS, Hilbert R. Siegler

    Published annually since 1915, the Transactions of the North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference provide a unique and informative record of the direction and momentum of professional natural resource management. Tracking current research and management emphases and the perspectives and approaches to meeting the challenges to sustaining and conserving North America's wildlife and their habitats, the Transactions is a valuable reference for all who deal with the complexities and intricacies of natural resource issues, policies and programs.

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