Scott Boomer

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11510 American Holly Drive
Patuxent Wildlife Research Center
Laurel, MD 20708
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Areas of expertise
Adaptive Harvest Management

From The Library

Adaptive Harvest Management 2023 Hunting Season

This document is part of a series of reports intended to support development of harvest regulations for the 2023 hunting season. Specifically, this report is intended to provide waterfowl managers and the public with information about the use of adaptive harvest management (AHM) for setting...

Harvest Management Working Group Report 2021

This report provides a summary of presentations and discussions that occurred at the 33rd meeting of the Harvest Management Working Group (HMWG). The 2021 meeting focused on the revision of the pintail Adaptive Harvest Management framework and the problem framing and discussions of management...

Eastern Mallard Adaptive Harvest Management Strategy, 2022

The Atlantic Flyway Council and U.S. Fish and Wildlife’s Division of Migratory Bird Management have developed a new adaptive harvest management strategy to guide annual hunting regulations for mallards in the Atlantic Flyway. The fundamental objectives of the new strategy are to sustain an...

Adaptive Harvest Management 2022 Hunting Season

This document is part of a series of reports intended to support development of harvest regulations for the 2022 hunting season. Specifically, this report is intended to provide waterfowl managers and the public with information about the use of adaptive harvest management (AHM) for setting...

Harvest Management Working Group Report 2020

This report provides a summary of presentations and discussions that occurred at the 32nd meeting of the Harvest Management Working Group (HMWG). The 2020 meeting focused on planning for the 2021 regulatory cycle and the revision of the pintail Adaptive Harvest Management decision-making...