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Remote sensing is a powerful and accurate means of collecting data for wildlife management, especially for large areas which are difficult of access and feature delicate ecosystems. Valuating animal habitat and trends is achievable using satellite data and aerial photos for evaluating wildlife habitat and estimating relationships with environmental variables and animal distribution. This kind of mapping provides valuable information on how suitable certain kinds of habitats are for wildlife as well as their potential. Other appropriate GIS wildlife management include zoning which is efficient in human-wildlife conflicts.