In this episode (183) of Hunt Talk Radio, Randy and Shane Mahoney continue their discussion on the concept known as the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation.  In Part 2, they start an in depth discussion on the seven tenets that support this Model.  This episode focuses on 1) science as the foundation for wildlife management and 2) wildlife considered an international resource.  Shane explains that the Model is a set of principles that express the values we have in how we want wildlife to be held, managed, and allocated. To support management we must use the best information, mostly scientific information, a long history of which got us to where we are today.  Many species span multiple countries, requiring an international perspective in management and allocation.