Zoology: Wild Life Conservation And Management


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Wildlife management is a multidisciplinary field concerned with the conservation of both nonthreatened domesticated animals & game species and endangered, threatened, and candidate species and their ecosystems. Research in the fields of wildlife ecology, education, management, and extension is given equal weight in the Wildlife Management program’s curriculum. Ecological concepts are taken into account in wildlife management, including habitat preservation and control, carrying capacity, predator control, reintroducing extinct species, reforestation, capturing and redistributing surplus animals, and managing “desirable” and “undesirable” species. Protecting our wildlife is an investment in the quality of life for future generations. Harvesting natural resources, like fishing, hunting, trapping, and logging, as well as non-consumptive hobbies like bird photography, watching, and hiking, are all examples of conservation. The conservation community must strike a balance between the needs of people and those of animals. Protection of endangered and vulnerable species is an essential part of wildlife conservation. The term “conservation” may refer to the practise of preserving or protecting natural resources via methods other than direct consumption. It is possible to manage an area by not doing anything at all, or it is possible to conserve the habitat or the ecosystem by intervening in it. Conservation of forests, for instance, may be achieved by not interfering with their natural development via activities like cutting down trees, grazing, or tree planting.





Dr. Kamal Saini, Dr. Rahul Ratnakar Mahamuni, Prof. Romana Akhtar, Dr. Sultana Razia






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