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Harry McQuillen is chief of the Endangered Species Recovery Program in the Sacramento, California, Fish and Wildlife Office (; 916/414-6742).
We believe that it would be beneficial to those who work in endangered species recovery programs to become more aware of the value dynamics at play in their work and to develop a broader and more theoretical conception of values.
Designing and managing successful endangered species recovery programs. Environmental Management 13:159-170.
Prototyping in endangered species recovery programs: The eastern barred bandicoot experience.
Using these examples, we illustrate the benefits and utility of adopting the decision seminar in endangered species recovery programs.
Endangered species recovery programs require collaboration and effective problem solving among participants--government agencies, landowners, conservation organizations, industry groups, resource users, and others.
Values and attitudes towards endangered species in general, the ESA, and endangered species recovery programs are also important.
Endangered species recovery programs face many challenges; chief among them is the implementation challenge.
endangered species recovery programs involving captive breeding concerning the human dimensions of their programs.