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Defenders of Wildlife produces many reports, fact sheets, tip sheets and other types of publications.
Use the dropdown boxes below to find publications related to specific animals, conservation issues, and regions.
This white paper by Steven Apfelbaum of Applied Ecological Services, Inc. and Kim Alan Chapman of The Nature Conservancy, Minnesota Chapter explains the importance of restoration, how to develop a program and includes a useful planning worksheet.
The influence of persuasive arguments on public attitudes toward a proposed wolf restoration in the southern Rockies »
Estes, J.A., D.R. Lindberg, and C. Wray, 2005. Evolution of large body size in abalones (Haliotis): patterns and implications. Paleobiology 31(4): 591-606 Paper examining how and when large body size in abalones developed.
Gray wolves are listed as "endangered" under the Oregon Endangered Species Act. The law requires the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission to conserve the species in the state.
Effective voluntary conservation programs consider a range of factors. For example, they are adaptable to the needs of individual landowners, unique ecological conditions, and strategic conservation goals. This report profiles voluntary programs. Written by Bobby Cochran and Cheryl Hummon in 2005.
Red Wolf Ecotourism Report