Wildlife Forensic Manual
Printed by the Association of Midwest Fish and Game Law Enforcement Officers. Fourth Edition, 2012. Edited by William J. Adrian, Wildlife Researcher, Colorado Division of Wildlife. Details methods used to establish the time of death (TOD), sex, and age of a variety of wild game such as rabbits, waterfowl, and deer. Also provides procedures for collecting and submitting evidence and samples to forensic labs. Other topics discussed include differentiating types of wounds, identifying and recovering spent bullets, and keeping court acceptable records. Includes laminated English/metric ruler with pheasant sexing gauge printed on back. Hard plastic cover with ring binders. 5” x 7” x 1”. 254 Pages.
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