Cougar Management Guidelines published in Spanish
Cover illustration, Dugald Stermer
In our last issue (Park Science 23(2):12–13) we reported the publication of Cougar Management Guidelines, a thorough work combining historical analysis of cougar management policies, decades of cougar research findings, and recommendations for the management of cougars in the United States, Canada, and Mexico. Written by researchers, managers, and conservationists, the book was lauded as relevant and considered a much-needed information breakthrough. With its recent translation to Spanish (Puma, Guía de Manejo) this valuable resource is more relevant than ever for cougar managers in Latin America. Copies of the Spanish translation are available from John Laundre (email@example.com) and Lucina Hernandez (firstname.lastname@example.org) of the Instituto de Ecología in Durango, Mexico.
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7 February 2008
Suggested citation for this article:
National Park Service. 2006. Information Crossfile: Cougar Management Guidelines published in Spanish. Park Science 24(1):50.
Available at https://www.nature.nps.gov/ParkScience/archive/PDF/Article_PDFs/ParkScience24(1)Summer2006_50_NPS_2523.pdf.
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