By: PJ White (Editor), Rick L Wallen (Editor), David E Hallac (Editor), Katrina L Auttelet (Editor), Jennifer A Jerrett (Editor)
284 pages, colour illustrations
Yellowstone Bison: Conserving an American Icon in Modern Society examines the history of bison conservation and management in the United States, compiles the latest scientific information about Yellowstone bison, and discusses both the opportunities for and challenges to plains bison conservation within the Greater Yellowstone Area and across their historic range. The authors outline the multi-jurisdictional partnerships tasked with successful bison management and offer a candid assessment for moving forward with bison conservation. Yellowstone Bison: Conserving an American Icon in Modern Society is important not only for the information it provides, but for the framework it creates for engendering strong, diverse-stakeholder conservation partnerships in modern society.
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