Beyond Wolves: The Politics of Wolf Recovery and Management

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University of Minnesota Press, 2003 - Nature - 253 pages
Since 1995, when the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service released Canadian gray wolves into Yellowstone National Park as part of its wolf recovery program, reintroduction has been widely challenged in public forums and sensationalized in the media. This conflict has pitted western ranchers and property rights activists against environmental groups, highlighting starkly contrasting political perspectives. In this essential account, Martin A. Nie examines not only the future of wolf recovery but also the issues that will define debates around the politics of wildlife management, animal rights issues, and other flash ???.

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During the past decade, the wolf recovery program has become the focal point of a huge rift between property rights activists and environmentalists. Nie (natural resource policy, Univ. of Montana ... Read full review

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