Fish and Wildlife Management

Fish and Wildlife Management Video List

Decontamination of Field Equipment (00:11:30)

This video provides protocols for decontamination of equipment sued in the field by biologists and technicians. Following these protocols will help ensure that unwanted contaminants, physical, chemical or biological, are not transported offsite.

Diseases of Trout (00:52:03) Presented by Kentucky State University Cooperative Extension.

Highway Wildlife Interaction (00:58:41)

A U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Training Video. This video presents state-of-the-art approaches for addressing wildlife highway interactions.

Highways, as well as low volume roads, are often a major source of impact affecting wildlife on public and private lands. This video presents state-of-the-art approaches for addressing wildlife highway interactions. Existing structures and solutions are shown and discussed by experts from across the country. Presented in an instructional context, the information in this video is relevant to both natural resource professionals and highway engineers seeking innovative approaches in highway planning and construction. It is also useful to those exploring creative solutions and retrofitting opportunities for ongoing projects. Many individuals and agencies contributed to this video with major assistance coming from the U.S. Forest Service, University of Massachusetts, University of Utah, Arizona Game and Fish Department, Florida Department of Transportation, Montana Department of Transportation, and the Western Transportation Institute.

Video Content:
Introduction (03:00 minutes)
Part 1: Small Underpasses (10:22 minutes)
Part 2: Medium Underpasses (07:25 minutes)
Part 3: Large Underpasses (17:43 minutes)
Part 4: At-Grade Crossings (02:47 minutes)
Part 5: Overpasses (04:02 minutes)
Putting it Together/Conclusions (U.S. 93) (13:18 minutes)

A Study Guide for this training video is available at:

Introduction To Salmonid Diseases (01:04:56)

The video is divided into sections on Basic Methods,Bacteriology, Virology, and Parasitology. In each section, you will see demonstrations of the procedures which have been described in the course text, either as part of the chapter or as an appendix. This video is intended to familiarize you with the basic diagnostic techniques and methods for identification of different types of infectious agents.

Survey Methods for Frog Abnormalities on National Wildlife Refuges (00:35:56)

This training video is designed for technicians and biologists who are sampling wetlands to determine the percentage of abnormal-appearing frogs, primarily at USFWS National Wildlife Refuges.The purpose of this video is to show the proper survey methods, handling techniques, and measuring and data gathering protocols, and to answer some commonly asked questions by field personnel.

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service began surveys in 1997 on National Wildlife Refuges that provide critical habitat for amphibians. In 2000, the survey was expanded nationwide.

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