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sarahreed.squarespace.com/news/2016/12/9/new-publication-outdoor-recreation-impacts-wildlife

Dec 9, 2016 ... A new study published in the journal PLOS ONE finds that human recreation activities in protected areas are impacting wildlife, and more often ...

daily.jstor.org/outdoor-recreation-impacts-wildlife

Mar 6, 2015 ... That hike is low-impact, but not no-impact. Even low-impact outdoor recreation can impact wildlife.

www.rgj.com/story/life/outdoors/recreation/2017/01/04/research-outdoor-recreation-disrupts-wildlife-yes-even-stuff-you-do/96148672

Jan 4, 2017 ... Research recently compiled by Colorado State University found virtually every type of outdoor recreation has potential to harm wildlife, with.

source.colostate.edu/outdoor-recreation-protected-areas-negatively-impacts-wildlife

Dec 14, 2016 ... It's a good thing to explore the great outdoors. But a new study led by Colorado State University and the Wildlife Conservation Society found ...

wildlife.org/outdoor-recreation-on-rise-but-hunting-and-fishing-falter

Mar 17, 2017 ... Photographs line up at Parker River National Wildlife refuge in Newburyport, ... The report, “Federal Outdoor Recreation Trends: Effects on ...

www.k-state.edu/careercenter/students/exploration/majorin/woem.html

Wildlife and outdoor enterprise management is a unique major offered through the Department of Horticulture, Forestry, and Recreation Resources in the ...

www.deltafarmpress.com/land-management/outdoor-recreation-increases-rural-lands-values

Hunting, fishing, wildlife watching, outdoor physical exercise and other outdoor recreation mean millions of dollars for Mississippi annually. Mississippi State ...

www.wildologyaz.com/wildlife---outdoor-recreation-summer-camp.html

Learn about Arizona's wildlife and experience outdoor recreation activities. ... The Arizona Game and Fish Department in partnership with Wildlife for Tomorrow ...

wildliferecreation.org

Washington Wildlife & Recreation Coalition Learn More ... This year, the Coalition is looking forward—to the future of Washington's great outdoors, and to those ...