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Transactions of the 84th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference

    Held March 4 to 8, 2019 in Denver, Colorado

    Plenary Session. 84th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference

    Welcome to Colorado, Jeff Ver Steeg
    Opening Address, Steve Williams
    The Road to Relevance, Tony Wasley
    Federal/State Relations, David Bernhardt

    Special Session One. America’s Shifting Wildlife Values Are Affecting the Trajectory of Wildlife Management in the U.S.

    Opening Remarks, Michael J. Manfredo and Tara L. Teel
    Data Sources and Methods for the America's Wildlife Values Study, Andrew W. Don Carlos, Michael J. Manfredo, and Tara L. Teel
    What Is the Current Composition of Wildlife Values in the United States and Why Are These Values Important to Management?, Tara L. Teel, Michael J. Manfredo, and Andrew W. Don Carlos
    Symmetry of Change: Are Agencies and the Public Co-Evolving?, Leeann Sullivan, Michael J. Manfredo, and Tara L. Teel

    Special Session Two. Wildlife Management in Canada: Uniqueness and Alignment of Indigenous Rights, Policy, and Funding

    Opportunities for Enhanced Collaboration Between Wildlife Agencies in the United States and Canada, Ronald J. Regan

    Special Session Three. Landscape Connectivity and Wildlife Corridors: Linking Science, Practice, and Policy

    Opening Remarks—Making the Right Connections, John Kanter
    No Species Left Behind: Using Science to Conserve Wildlife Corridors, Paul Beier
    No Way to Run, No Way to Fly: Considerations for Connecting Amphibian and Reptile Populations, Priya Nanjappa, Kimberly Andrews, Amanda Kissel, Miranda Gray, and Brett Dickson
    Mapping and Managing Movement and Migration, James R. Heffelfinger and Matthew Skroch
    Department of the Interior Secretarial Order 3362: Improving Habitat Quality in Western Big Game Winter Range and Migration Corridors, Casey L. Stemler
    Grouse Movements and Migrations, Terry Z. Riley

    Special Session Four. Broadening the Tent: Valuing Wildlife Conservation

    Strengthening the Future of Fish and Wildlife Management in Colorado: Keeping the Public in the Public Trust Doctrine, Madeleine West
    Colorado Parks & Wildlife Future Funding Study, Robyn Paulekas
    Reflections on CPW Future Funding Study, John Howard