Proceedings of The Symposium on Management of Forest and Range habitats for Nongame Birds May 6-9, 1975, Tucson, Arizona
Place Published: Washington DC
Publisher: Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture
Date Published: 1975
Book Id: 36027
343pp. Quarto [26 cm] White and brown printed wraps, with an illustration of an owl on the front wrap. Very good. The covers are lightly soiled, and there are pieces of tape along the edges of the covers. There is a 1" closed tear in the top edge of the front cover, and the paper at the foot of the spine has a small tear. There is a previous owner's name on the front wrap. Minor underlining on the contents page.
USDA Forest Service General Technical Report WO-1. From the Preface- "Non-game birds are a neglected ecological and recreational resource. Managers have know that birds eat insects and seeds and that some people like to watch birds. But generally nongame birds have not been seriously considered in decisions on land management. Scientists, on the other hand, have long studied birds as an occupation or avocation, but they have seldom related their studies to land management activities. The recent increase in environmental awareness and dramatic changes in patterns of wildlife-related recreation are indicators that this Symposium was long overdue."