By: Miguel and Siera
A habitat is where a species fulfills its basic life needs. This habitat will need to provide food, water, and shelter so these species so they can survive successfully.
Lessons on Wildlife Management
Wildlife management in the United States is pointed more towards protection. In some places they had to inforce laws that allowed people to hunt to bring the habitat to balance with species.
The North American Model of Wildlife Conservation
There are guiding principles for managing wildlife resources that were made in the first decades of the 20th century.
Carrying capacity is the amount of animals that the habitat can hold in a years time. The factors that limit the numbers of the species are disease/parasites, starvation, predators, pollution, accidents, old age, and hunting.