Management practices to improve wildlife habitat: piles of scrub. Control of noxious weeds and invasive non-native plants Nest boxes and other nesting structures. Finally, over the past two decades, the dramatic growth of ecotourism, especially wildlife tourism, has led to a new valuation of hunting resources based on non-consumptive uses, such as wildlife photography, shark cage diving or “ecological hunting” (for example, almost all countries participate in one or more treaties that govern the use of fishing or wild resources). Wildlife is owned by the public and the responsibility lies with a combination of national, state, provincial or tribal governments.
You can manage plant succession, that is, the gradual change from one plant community to another for the species or wildlife community that interests you, through specific management practices. At New York City's Kennedy International Airport, more than 63,000 laughing seagulls were killed during the 1990s, according to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Dolbeer et al. In other countries, especially in South Africa, much of the management of hunting falls to landowners, who have property rights to the wildlife on their land.
One of the most infamous examples of government-supported wildlife eradication to mitigate conflict was the establishment by the United States government of rewards for coyotes in the first decades of the 20th century. The Department of Agriculture's Natural Resources Conservation Service, the Missouri Department of Conservation and MU Extension, through the School of Natural Resources, have collaboratively developed a series of fact sheets on habitat management that describe specific practices that can improve the wildlife habitat on your property.