We developed a menu of adaptation strategies and approaches for terrestrial wildlife management to help managers translate broad concepts into specific tactics that will respond to climate change risks and meet desired management goals. The menu includes actions related to managing wildlife populations as well as managing wildlife habitat. There are 13 general strategies and 80 associated approaches in the menu. The full narrative version of the menu includes explanations of every approach and hundreds of example tactics We designed this resource to be used with the Adaptation Workbook, a structured decision-support tool for climate adaptation.
Read an article about the development and testing of the Wildlife Adaptation Menu:
- Citation: Handler, S.D., Ledee, O.E., Hoving, C.L., Zuckerberg, B., and Swanston, C.W. 2022. A menu of climate change adaptation actions for terrestrial wildlife management. Wildlife Society Bulletin e1331. https://doi.org/10.1002/wsb.1331
Read an article about the literature review of wildlife adaptation recommendations:
- Citation: LeDee, O.E., Handler, S.D., Hoving, C.L., Swanston, C.W. and Zuckerberg, B. 2021. Preparing Wildlife for Climate Change: How Far Have We Come? Jour. Wild. Mgmt., 85: 7-16. https://doi.org/10.1002/jwmg.21969
Download the four-page summary of Wildlife Adaptation Menu or the full narrative version (pdf links below). Contact Stephen Handler for more information (email@example.com).