This book provides a clear and accessible understanding of current wildlife laws in the United States. Written for non-legal professionals, it provides an historical background to laws concerning common lands, land ownership, and capture of wildlife. Chapters specifically discuss tribal rights of Native Americans, hunting and game laws, and key federal statues such as the Endangered Species Act. This book will be useful to those with interests in the environment, real estate law, and wildlife preservation.
This book can be found in HECSA Library:
Wildlife Law: A Primer
Eric T. Freyfogle and Dale D. Goble
KF 5640 .F74 2009