Wildlife Management Problems Exercises Etc : Problem-solving in conservation biology and wildlife management : exercises for class, field, and laboratory / James P. Gibbs, Malcolm L. Hunter, Jr., Eleanor J. Sterling.; Gibbs, James P.
Wildlife Pests England Early Works To 1800 : A necessary family-book : both for the city & country, in two parts. Containing exact, plain and short rule and directions, for taking and killing all manner of vermin on land and in water: as, Part I. By land. The fox, polcat, buzzard, kite, weasle, adder, snake, caterpiller, frog, mile, pismire, fly, bug, rats and mice, fleas and lice. Part II. By water. The hern, dob-chick, coot, or more-hen, cormorant, sea-pie, kings-fisher, otter, water-rat, and ospray, all great destroyers of fish. To which are added, many natural and artificial conclusions, both pleasant and profitable. The whole illustrated with many proper figures. By R. W. gent.; R. W.
Wildlife Recovery Congresses : Restoration of endangered species : conceptual issues, planning, and implementation / edited by Marlin L. Bowles and Christopher J. Whelan.
Wildman John Sir 1621 1693 Truths Triumph : The triumph stain'd. : Being an answer to Truths triumph, i.e. a pamphlet so called, and lately set forth by Mr. John Wildman, a pretended gentleman of the life-guard to his Excellency Sir Tho: Fairfax. With a full and perfect account of an information of dangerous and bloody consequence, given in to the House of Lords (at their bar) January the 18. 1647. against Lieut. Col. Iohn Lilburn and John Wildman. / By George Masterson, preacher of the Gospel at Shoreditch near London.; Masterson, Geo.
Wilhelmina J Ship : Report of the Chief Inspector of Marine Accidents into the collision between the fishing vessel, Wilhelmina J, and MV Zulfikar, with the loss of six lives on 10 April 1991.; Marine Accident Investigation Branch.