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Chapter 10 Review Questions

1. Hunting is an important tool of wildlife management.
True
False
2.

Name the four essential elements of wildlife habitat:

3.

Which of the following is NOT a major threat to wildlife populations today?

Hunting
Disease
Habitat Loss
4.

Name the federal act that charges a special tax on guns and other hunting equipment to raise money for conservation and wildlife management.

5. A wildlife conservationist:
Tries to save the life of every animal
Tries to promote healthy populations of animals
Protests against hunting and trapping
6. Which of the following are tools biologists use to manage wildlife?
Habitat improvements
Hunter surveys
Animal inventories
All of the above
7. Who pays for wildlife management in Montana?
Bird watchers
Hunters
Wildlife watchers
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& Parks
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