Captive Wildlife; Prodeedings of a Seminar Held at Aleksan National Wildlife Area, Delta, B.C. Jan. 18-19, 1977

By: Lane, E.D.

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355 pages. Addresses the following questions: 1. What reasons for holding wildlife in captivity does the committee wish to endorse? 2. Do we discourage wildlife in captivity or devise rigid purposes for captive wildlife? 3. Should captive wildlife remain crown property? 4. Who is eligible to capture and retain wildlife? What differences are there regarding public non-profit holders and private profit motivated holders? 5. What about endangered species? Do we want some in captivity for experimental breeding and propagation? 6. What standards do we want for captive wildlife facilities? - do we need a set of standards agreed upon in Western Canada? - What about developing a schedule of cage enclosure sizes for specific types of wildlife - do we have the expertise? 7. What principle features of captive wildlife legislation are common to Western Canad agencies? What differences in philosophy exist? Can these be resolved? 8. Do we wish to regulate zoos, monkeys and exotic wildlife? 9. What do we do about developing demands for trade in wildlife? 10. What diseases should we be worried about? 11. Should movements of wildlife beyond provincial borders be regulated between participating states? 12. Where does Health of Animals fit? 13. When will the Game Export Act be amended to include live animals? What effect will such amendment have on the movement of captive wildlife within Canada? 14. What records are required? 15. What a. management requirements exist in the captive wildlife field? b. research 16 What to do with problem wildlife? (e.g. bear, coyotes, wolves, bison, deer). Unmarked. Very light wear and soiling. Excellent copy.

Title: Captive Wildlife; Prodeedings of a Seminar Held at Aleksan National Wildlife Area, Delta, B.C. Jan. 18-19, 1977

Author Name: Lane, E.D.

Categories: Natural History,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Edmonton, AB, Canadian Wildlife Service: 1977

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 35209091

Keywords: Captive Wildlife; Prodeedings of a Seminar Held at Aleksan National Wildlife Area, Delta, B.C. Jan. 18-19, 1977 355 pages. Addresses the following questions: 1. What reasons for holding wildlife in captivity does the committee wish to endorse? 2. Do we discourage wildlife in captivity or devise rigid purposes for captive wildlife? 3. Should captive wildlife remain crown property? 4. Who is eligible to capture and retain wildlife? What differences are there regarding public non-profit holders and private profit motivated holders? 5. What about endangered species? Do we want some in captivity for experimental breeding and propagation? 6. What standards do we want for captive wildlife facilities? - do we need a set of standards agreed upon in Western Canada? - What about developing a schedule of cage enclosure sizes for specific types of wildlife - do we have the expertise? 7. What principle features of captive wildlife legislation are common to Western Canad agencies? What differences in philosophy exist? Can these be resolved? 8. Do we wish to regulate zoos, monkeys and exotic wildlife? 9. What do we do about developing demands for trade in wildlife? 10. What diseases should we be worried about? 11. Should movements of wildlife beyond provincial borders be regulated between participating states? 12. Where does Health of Animals fit? 13. When will the Game Export Act be amended to include live animals? What effect will such amendment have on the movement of captive wildlife within Canada? 14. What records are required? 15. What a. management requirements exist in the captive wildlife field? b. research 16 What to do with problem wildlife? (e.g. bear, coyotes, wolves, bison, deer). Unmarked. Very light wear and soiling. Excellent copy.,