- Robinson, William L.
University of Maine Graduate School
The sciences of forest management and wildlife management are becoming closely allied. Within recent years demands upon forest resources and wildlife resources have increased. As the population of the United States grows, the need for forest products rises, while at the same time expanding numbers if sportsmen place increasing demands upon populations of wildlife. This situation requires that an effective integrated program of management of both resources be employed. The execution of such a program depends upon a detailed knowledge of the relationships between forest, forest management practices, and habits of wildlife species.