Wildlife (71 - 76 of 76 items)
How Should Alaska's Federal Recreational Lands Be Developed? Views of Alaska Residents and Visitors
CED-79-116: Published: Sep 27, 1979. Publicly Released: Sep 27, 1979.
In order to sample user opinions of how millions of acres of developed and undeveloped Federal recreation land in Alaska should be used, a poll of 1,081 visitors to Alaska's Federal parks and recreation areas and 279 Alaskan residents responded to a questionnaire on (1) their experiences in nine of Alaska's long-established Federal parks, wildlife refuges, forests, and public lands; (2) the types,...
Acquisition of Kealia Pond in Hawaii
CED-79-6: Published: Nov 1, 1978. Publicly Released: Nov 1, 1978.
Approximately $6.4 million has been appropriated for the Department of the Interior to acquire Kealia Pond on the Island of Maui, Hawaii. This is part of a Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) recovery plan to protect the habitat of two endangered Hawaiian waterbirds, the coot and the stilt. The acquisition of 500 acres of land containing the pond does not meet FWS land acquisition policies. The pond's...
Need To Concentrate Intensive Timber Management on High Productive Lands
CED-78-105: Published: May 11, 1978. Publicly Released: May 11, 1978.
A 1974 report noted that the Forest Service had a reforestation backlog, including 13.4 million acres needing timber stand improvements (TSIs). The report found that the Service's land inventory data were inadequate because it did not show specifically the location and condition of the lands needing reforestation and TSI. Fund allocation procedures had not insured that appropriated funds were used...
Greater Emphasis Needed on Military Fish and Wildlife and Public Outdoor Recreation Planning and Management Activities
CED-77-106: Published: Aug 3, 1977. Publicly Released: Aug 3, 1977.
Although about 19 million of the 26 million acres of land administered by the Department of Defense (DOD) are now managed for fish and wildlife purposes, programs at some military installations have not reached their full potential.Some installations have strong and aggressive fish and wildlife programs, but some installations have fish and wildlife plans that are outdated or inadequate because of...
Corps of Engineers' Falls Lake Project Near Falls, North Carolina
B-179826: Published: Jun 10, 1974. Publicly Released: Jun 10, 1974.
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