Produced by Real2Reel Film Productions, www.real2reel.org Tanzania is uniquely rich in wildlife and natural resources, with over 28% of the country directly protected through national parks, game reserves, forest reserves and other conservation areas. However protected areas are not sufficient to alone accommodate wildlife migration patterns, which often run outside these zones causing conflicts with the populations settled there. In 1998, USAID joined hands with the Government of Tanzania, other donors and conservation NGOs, to undertake a bold new approach in community based conservation. Wildlife Management Areas (WMAs), which are community owned and managed conservation areas, have emerged as the best hope for mitigating human-wildlife conflict outside protected areas. This documentary gives a brief overview of the process for establishing a WMA, the challenges, as well as prospects in making WMAs economically viable as wildlife conservation enterprises.
Views: 11874 Real2Reel Tanzania
http://ecampus.oregonstate.edu/ In this video we talk to 3 wildlife management professionals: David Shepherdson and Michelle Schireman of the Oregon Zoo, and Nicole Stevens of the Washington State Fish and Wildlife Services as they release captive reared western pond turtles into the Columbia River Gorge. A career in Wildlife Management can be tough to get into but can be very rewarding. Fish and Wildlife, zoos and aquariums, and non-profit organizations are the key organizations that hire Wildlife management professionals. Oregon State University has online degrees in: Fish and wildlife http://ecampus.oregonstate.edu/online-degrees/undergraduate/fw/ Environmental Sciences http://ecampus.oregonstate.edu/online-degrees/undergraduate/es/ Natural Resource Management http://ecampus.oregonstate.edu/online-degrees/undergraduate/nr/
Views: 39124 Oregon State University Ecampus
Conservation and management go hand in hand. Without the conservation of natural resources and habitats, we might not have sustainable wildlife populations to manage today. Conservation practices and projects have been around for many years and thanks to them, we are able to enjoy the opportunity to harvest multiple deer a year or 6 ducks a day during waterfowl season. This week on The Management Advantage, we take a look at how conservation plays a role in wildlife management and a way companies can protect the environment while still completing the job at hand. New South Access and Environmental Solutions is a great example of current day conservation. They offer access solutions and construction matting for environmentally sensitive areas. Companies in new construction or infrastructure repair or improvement often need the ability to access wetland areas that are not only home to many types of wildlife, but also impossible to travel through without some sort of access solution. New South's use of the Emtek Air Bridge Access System provides the access needed to the wettest areas, but still protects it. The matting spreads the weight of heavy equipment over a large area limiting the footprint left after the project is completed. The design distributes weight horizontally and vertically. Even with heavy equipment utilizing the mats, the pounds per square inch on the environment is less than that of a human. New South Access and Environmental Solutions provides matting for all types of environments. In one of their latest projects in Minnesota, they supplied a local power company with three different tiers of matting solutions dependent upon the conditions of the marsh. This variety of access solutions saves their clients money, but doesn't sacrifice the preservation of the environment allowing them to return to their natural beauty and utilization by wildlife. Watch this and more wildlife management videos at http://www.themanagementadvantage.com/home/ Be sure to sign up for our weekly updates that will send our newest wildlife management videos and articles straight to your inbox!
Views: 11047 ManagementAdvantage
http://www.fao.org/forestry/wildlife-partnership/en/ The animation illustrates the identity and remit of the CPW, and conveys this constructive message: “We can confront existing challenges affecting wildlife. This is particularly true if we bring together complementary competences and align our efforts globally, whenever possible or necessary”. This animation emphasizes the fact that appropriate and sustainable wildlife management can significantly contribute to work in addressing key global issues, such as achieving food security, improving livelihoods, combating unsustainable and illegal wildlife trade, and conserving biodiversity. FAO serves as host of as the Secretariat for the CPW and is a part of this effort to increase cooperation and coordination among its 14 international organization-members which all have substantive mandates to promote the sustainable use and conservation of wildlife resources. Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=FAOoftheUN Follow #UNFAO on social media! * Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/UNFAO * Google+ - https://plus.google.com/+UNFAO * Instagram - https://instagram.com/unfao/ * LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/fao * Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/faoknowledge © FAO: http://www.fao.org
On this episode of Science Quest, Stephen Barnes joins up with expert scientists from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) to talk about wildlife management practices on a variety of animal species.. To see more videos like this, go to the PGTV webpage at http://www.Polk-County.net/PGTV.
Views: 1267 Polk Government
Group calls on gov’t to rescind decision to mine bauxite in Atewa forest
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Profiles the need for effective programs to manage the Earth's wildlife, a source of food and knowledge. We digitized and uploaded this film from the A/V Geeks 16mm Archive. Email us at [email protected] if you have questions about the footage and are interested in using it in your project.
Views: 51 A/V Geeks
Developing a do it yourself forest management plan is really not that difficult, if you're willing to put in the time and labor. There are plenty of resources available online and countless videos on the subject. In this video, we wanted to bring viewers along as we begin to improve the natural succession woodlands on our farm. +AMDG US Forest Service Leaflet on Oak Decline: https://www.na.fs.fed.us/spfo/pubs/fidls/oakdecline/oakdecline.htm Music "Landra's Dream" by Jason Shaw https://goo.gl/kbjaF6 #forestmanagementplan #firewood #homesteading #selfreliance
Views: 10886 St. Isidore's Farm
The great thing about hunting is that there’s no shortage of new information out there to help you become a better hunter. One of the most rewarding ways to take your game to the next level is actively managing your land for deer (and all types of other plants and wildlife species). While this may seem intimidating, it’s never been easier to take your first (or next) step. Here are DNR deer biologists Curt Rollman and Matt Esser to help you get started. Best part? Many of these tips are so simple they can be tackled in a weekend, with the benefits lasting for years! Be sure to check out an Off the Record podcast covering habitat management. Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m20Jap5FBK0&index=19&list=PLz1F3wus1j4y3GGrdpObThIJBONxMEfB4 iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/use-the-offseason-to-improve-your-habitat-and-your-hunt/id1392683302?i=1000412669747&mt=2 Be sure to check out the Deer Management Assistance Program: https://dnr.wi.gov/topic/wildlifehabitat/DMAP.html Looking to see what else you can do on your property? Follow Wisconsin DNR on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter and ask our staff questions: https://dnr.wi.gov/about/connect.html The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WI DNR) does not endorse and makes no representations expressed, inferred or implied, concerning any advertisement in any of its electronic or print publications, the content of the advertisement, or any products or services offered in the advertisement or by the advertiser. Reference to any specific commercial product, process, or service by trade name, trademark, copyright, logo or otherwise does not represent an endorsement or recommendation by WI DNR.
Views: 3025 WIDNRTV
Are you still trying to decide your major and wonder what the possibilities will be between one major or another? Do you know what major you will pursue but still are not sure what you will do with it when you are done? Explore the possibilities in Fish & Wildlife Management. Take this opportunity to begin your career planning early. Featuring: Matt Withroder, Game Warden - Wyoming Game & Fish Department; Linda Cardenas, Assistant Field Manager - Division for Renewable Resources; Kristy Bly, Program Biologist - World Wildlife Fund
Views: 7885 Montana State University
This is just a demo video, for more videos and full syllabus please contact us on 8287971571 or 0261-4890014. Forest and Wildlife: CBSE Class 10 X | Social Studies | Video Lecture Topic Included this chapter are : Water Resources,Reources and Development,Popular struggles,Political Polities,Outcome of Democracy,Gender Cast and Relegion,Forest and wildlife,power sharing,fedralism,Democracy Diversity,Challenges to democracy,Agricalture,class 10,class X,class 10 Civics,class 10 Social Socience, Class 10 Social Studies,Class 10 NCRT Solution,class 10 ncrt,ncrt,ncrt for civics,ncrt for social studies,dronstudy. Here is a demo of online video lecture. You can watch this complete video on our website Dronstudy OR Call us at - 8287971571
Views: 68467 Dronstudy.com
Nick Bubb gives us an overview of the state of wildlife conservation in the world today. He explains why there is still a lot to be done and how governments, companies and citizens need to work together to protect our environment and critically endangered species. Wildlife conservation provides jobs, improves livelihoods and helps to address the effects of environmental and social changes. Nick Bubb heads up Global Development at Fauna & Flora International (FFI), the world's oldest international wildlife conservation charity. FFI supports a great number of conservation programs in 47 countries, which integrate scientific expertise and local community engagement. Nick's varied background includes significant time spent as an: engineer, professional ocean racer, sports sponsorship expert and wealth manager. After an expedition to Antarctica in 2012 and seeing the first-hand effects of climate change, Nick decided to leave the world of financial management behind and combine all his skills, experiences & networks, and dedicate himself to environmental causes. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
Views: 1903 TEDx Talks
This is just a demo video, for more videos and full syllabus please contact us on 8287971571 or 0261-4890014. Management of Natural Resources : CBSE Class 10 X Science Video Lectures in English Here is a demo of online video lecture. You can watch this complete video on our website Dronstudy OR Call us at - 8287971571
Views: 47636 Dronstudy.com
Class X - Biology Chapter 6 - Management of Natural Resources Conservation of Forests and Wildlife
Views: 487 Prof. D. R. Vij
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This 2-minute video answers the question: "What the heck is forest management?" Oregon forests are managed for a wide range of values: wood products, wildlife habitat, recreation, you name it. Strong Oregon laws and sustainable forestry allows us to balance the environmental, social and economic needs of our state. This is part of a series created by Jordan Benner of the Oregon Forest Resources Institute.
Views: 14151 oregonforests
Grasslands, shrublands, and young forest habitats (collectively referred to as early-successional habitats) have been declining in New York and throughout the Northeast for decades as have the wildlife species associated with them. Many are listed as species of special concern in several northeastern states. The American woodcock has declined considerably over the past 30 years, and New England cottontails occur in only 20% of the area in which it was historically found. During this webinar, woodland owners, foresters, and natural resource managers learn about tools to manage habitat for the benefit of early successional wildlife including ruffed grouse, songbirds, New England cottontails, and other wildlife. Originally broadcast on April 21, 2010 by Kristi Sullivan, Cornell University Cooperative Extension Department of Natural Resources
Views: 1897 ForestConnect
Valerie Carter-Stone absolutely loves her job. She is a Natural Resources Area Manager with the Cleveland Metroparks. She manages the West Creek Reservation which means she’s in charge of maintaining the health and diversity of that piece of land. The Cleveland Metroparks Natural Resources Division has many biologists and ecologists on staff who specialize in different areas. They have a wetland ecologist, wildlife ecologist, aquatic biologist and plant ecologist. Valerie says her job as area manager incorporates a little bit of all these specialties. In this video, she shares advice on how to get into this career and what it's really like. TheCareerZoo.com is a career exploration and news source. We feature career videos of professionals in their natural habitats, showing you what they do in their jobs. Explore more careers at http://www.thecareerzoo.com/ SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube Channel & see new videos first! http://youtube.com/thecareerzoo Join the Career Expedition: GET SOCIAL WITH US! http://facebook.com/thecareerzoo http://instagram.com/thecareerzoo http://youtube.com/thecareerzoo Tweet @thecareerzoo Find us on Snapchat: thecareerzoo
Views: 626 TheCareerZoo.com
Colorado State University's Warner College of Natural Resources offers undergraduate students with majors in forestry, natural resource management, rangeland ecology, watershed, ecosystem science and sustainability, and fish, wildlife, and conservation biology are required to attend a four-week summer session (NR220) at Pingree Park, typically in the summer between their sophomore and junior years. For more videos about CSU, check out Colorado State University’s YouTube channel at http://www.youtube.com/coloradostateuniv.
Views: 2137 Colorado State University
An introduction to wildlife management. HIT PAUSE TO SLOW DOWN THE SLIDES TO YOUR LIKING.
Views: 255 eruditadellanatura
University of Maryland Extension's Woodland Wildlife webinar series - February 7, 2013 "Principles of Wildlife Ecology and Management," presented by Jim Mullan, Wildlife Biologist, Maryland Dept. of Natural Resources Wildlife and Heritage Service.
Views: 5529 UMdFSE
Useful for CBSE, ICSE, NCERT & International Students Grade : 8 Subject : Biology Lesson :Conservation of Plants and Animals Topic: Conservation of Wildlife Conservation is an effort to maintain and use natural resources wisely in an attempt to ensure that those resources will be available for future generations. Wise use of resources could vary from actively managing white-tailed deer populations by hunting to protecting and preserving spotted owl populations and habitat. Visit www.oztern.com to find personalized test preparation solutions for Pre Medical - AIPMT, AIIMS, JIPMER, State, Pre Engineering - IIT JEE, JEE MAIN, BITSAT, State and Foundations - Class 6 to 10.
Views: 2609 CBSE
Mike Manfredo, professor and head, Department of Human Dimensions of Natural Resources, Colorado State University talks about the role of social science in natural resource management. He speaks at the School of Natural Resources at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 2010.
Views: 541 University of Nebraska–Lincoln
Shane Kiefer, NRM graduate and Senior Wildlife Biologist at a consulting firm, describes his work with private land owners and his experience in the Department of Natural Resources Management.
Views: 7452 NatResManagement
This is introductory lecture on a CBSE Class 10th topic - Management of Natural Resources. This chapter is divided into 6 lectures, so make sure you watch the other five lectures for a better understanding. Link to more videos on various topics - http://bit.ly/2gqvRG9
Views: 256919 PuStack
Students in this program will learn about the conservation and management of natural resources, forested areas, and wildlife/fish species, that will combine a variety of indoor and outdoor activities. This program of study encompasses a broad spectrum of coursework over the 2 year period including: Natural Resource Management, Urban Forestry, Wildlife & Fisheries and Park & Recreational Management. Students will investigate, analyze & interpret biological chemical and physical properties of soil, water and air. They will inventory forested areas for health, commercial use and management and identify wildlife and fish species, determining habitat requirements and conservation practices. Park and recreational area planning, along with safety, communication, leadership, and business skills will also be covered. Guest speakers, field trips, trainings/certifications, and FFA Youth Club activities/competitions will enhance the overall program curriculum.
Graduates who earn a wildlife management degree often work as wildlife biologists in the field for state and federal natural resource agencies (such as the US Fish & Wildlife Service, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and the National Park Service). Others are employed in a variety of settings: for conservation organizations such as Wildlife Conservation Society, Ducks Unlimited or The Nature Conservancy; for private ecological consulting firms, private timber companies or zoos and wildlife rehabilitation centers. A degree in natural resource management can open doors to a lasting career working outside, caring for the land, serving the people, making a difference that will impact our natural resources, communities, economy and generations to come. Visit http://tfsweb.tamu.edu/careers/ for more information on how to enter into a natural resource management degree program and begin the career you have prepared for your whole life. Universities in Texas offering degree programs in forestry and natural resources are Texas A&M University Department of Ecosystem Science and Management https://essm.tamu.edu/ and Stephen F. Austin State University Arthur Temple College of Forestry http://forestry.sfasu.edu/
Views: 136 Texas A&M Forest Service
The threats to effective wildlife resources conservation and management. These can be controlled but left unchecked will result in serious effects as far as sustainable wildlife resource management is concerned.
Views: 61 Ackim Phiri
Southern Region Wildlife Management Areas - Maryland Department of Natural Resources A video produced by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources' Wildlife and Heritage Service unit designed to promote the use of various Wildlife Management Areas throughout the state. The primary mission of Wildlife Management Areas is to conserve and enhance wildlife populations and their respective habitats, as well as to provide public recreational use of the State’s wildlife resources. For more information about the different Wildlife Management Areas, visit the website below: http://dnr.maryland.gov/wildlife/Pages/publiclands/allbyregion.aspx Filmed and Edited by James R. Mackey Jr Produced by Nancy Doran Music by: Prolific Arts Song: Soft Conversations
Views: 1350 MarylandDNR
Western Region Wildlife Management Areas - Maryland Department of Natural Resources A video produced by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources' Wildlife and Heritage Service unit designed to promote the use of various Wildlife Management Areas throughout the state. The primary mission of Wildlife Management Areas is to conserve and enhance wildlife populations and their respective habitats, as well as to provide public recreational use of the State’s wildlife resources. For more information about the different Wildlife Management Areas, visit the website below: http://dnr.maryland.gov/wildlife/Pages/publiclands/allbyregion.aspx Filmed and Edited by James R. Mackey Jr Produced by Nancy Doran Music by: Prolific Arts Song: Soft Conversations
Views: 737 MarylandDNR
Natural resource management is a priority at Audubon’s 13,000-acre Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary. Management efforts are directed by data gathered from sound scientific research. The resource management program focuses on five principle components: hydrology, invasive species, fire, wildlife and human access. Visit http://corkscrew.audubon.org for more information on jobs and volunteer opportunities available on our resource management team.
Views: 282 Audubon Florida
Eastern Region Wildlife Management Areas - Maryland Department of Natural Resources A video produced by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources' Wildlife and Heritage Service unit designed to promote the use of various Wildlife Management Areas throughout the state. The primary mission of Wildlife Management Areas is to conserve and enhance wildlife populations and their respective habitats, as well as to provide public recreational use of the State’s wildlife resources. For more information about the different Wildlife Management Areas, visit the website below: http://dnr.maryland.gov/wildlife/Pages/publiclands/allbyregion.aspx Filmed and Edited by James R. Mackey Jr Produced by Nancy Doran Music by: Prolific Arts Song: Soft Conversations
Views: 1512 MarylandDNR
This 18-minute DVD, produced by the Natural Resources Conservation Service of the USDA, introduces students to 11 natural resources careers. Featured careers include wildlife biologist, soil conservationist, GIS specialist, snow survey specialist, range conservationist, agronomist, conservation technician, soil scientist, district conservationist, engineer, and administrative assistant.
Views: 7160 UtahAgClassroom