Wildlife management -- Nevada
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Joseph C. Greenly was chief of the game section for the Nevada Fish and Game Commission. Paper presented at the eighth annual business meeting of the Nevada Section, American Society of Range Management, in Battle Mountain, Nevada.This paper outlines the components of Nevada's big game management program for deer, antelope, elk, bighorn sheep, and javelina. Material from 1959.
Abstract The Nevada Fish and Game Commission is an agency that oversees the state's wildlife populations. This report delineates guidelines and practices to safeguard and restore sage grouse habitats and populations in Nevada. Material from August 19, 1968.
Dates: August 19, 1968
Overview Fred E. Wright worked for the Nevada Fish and Game Commission from 1949-1979, retiring as Chief of Administrative Services. He began the Nevada Fish and Game History Project as a way to document the development of the Nevada Fish and Game Commission as well as the individuals who worked with the agency over the years. The collection contains materials that document the Nevada Fish and Game Commission through reports and reminiscences of individuals involved with the project as well as reports...
Overview Materials cover the life and professional career of renowned Bureau of Land Management wildlife biologist and pronghorn antelope expert James “Jim” D. Yoakum. This collection consists of approximately 44 cubic feet and materials date from 1949-2012, with bibliographic references from 1816 on. Included are correspondence, daily diaries, a variety of technical wildlife and range management reports, articles, and bibliographies, book drafts, records from the Wildlife Society, and information...
Dates: 1816-2012; Majority of material found within 1949-2012