Wildlife Values in the West

Publication and Source

Wildlife Values in the West 2004 was a project of the Human Dimensions Committee of the Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies in cooperation with the Human Dimensions in Natural Resources Unit at Colorado State University (CSU).

Reports include the following:

  • Wildlife Values in the West - Final Project Report. 2005
  • Wildlife Values in the West - State Report for Arizona. 2005.
  • Wildlife Values in the West - State Report for North Dakota. 2006.
  • Wildlife Values in the West - State Report for South Dakota. 2006.
  • Wildlife Values in the West - State Report for Colorado. 2006.
  • Wildlife Values in the West - State Report for Hawai'i. 2006.
  • Wildlife Values in the West - State Report for Nebraska. 2006.
  • Wildlife Values in the West - State Report for Utah. 2006.
  • Wildlife Values in the West - State Report for Wyoming. 2006.
  • Wildlife Values in the West - State Report for Kansas. 2006.
  • Wildlife Values in the West - State Report for Idaho. 2006.

Format and Retrieval

These documents are available as PDF files on the Warner College of Natural Resources website. More information and links to the individual documents can be found on the Human Dimensions of Natural Resources Unit page.

Related Partners

The Fish and Wildlife Service works with others to manage and monitor the conservation of wildlife habitats throughout the United States. This includes the direct management of the National Wildlife Refuge System for the wellfare of all American people, and using social science in the decision making process and utilization of management plans.