PROCEEDINGS OF THE SECOND EASTERN WILDILFE DAMAGE CONTROL CONFERENCE

Edited by Peter T. Bromley

September 22-25, 1985
North Carolina State University
Jane S. McKimmon Center
Raleigh, North Carolina

Sponsored by
Departments of Extension Forest Resources and Zoology, the Division of Lifelong Education, and the Agricultural Extension Service of North Carolina State University
North Carolina Wildilfe Resources Commission
USDA Extension Service
USDI Fish and Wildlife Service
USDA Forest Service
Virginia Cooperative Extension Service and Department of Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

In Cooperation with
International Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies
North Carolina Chapter of the Wildlife Society
Society of American Foresters
The Wild!Ife Society

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Frontmatter and Contents

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Participants

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Session Moderators

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THE EFFECTS OF CANADA GOOSE GRAZING ON WINTER WHEAT: AN EXPERIMENTAL APPROACH, Hubert A. Allen Jr., David Sammons, and Russell Brinsfield

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ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF AGENCIES FOR WILDLIFE DAMAGE CONTROL, Hal S. Atkinson Jr.

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REFORMULATED 4-AMINOPYRIDINE BAITS COST-EFFECTIVELY REDUCE BLACKBIRD DAMAGE TO RIPENING CORNFIELDS, Jerome F. Besser and John W. DeGrazio

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BIRDS IN HANGARS - A MESSY PROBLEM, Albert E. Bivings IV

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USDA FOREST SERVICE ROLE IN WILDLIFE DAMAGE CONTROL, Hugh C. Black

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FUTURE OF WILDLIFE DAMAGE CONTROL AND THE COOPERATIVE EXTENSION SERVICE, Peter T. Bromley

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PROCEEDINGS OF THE SECOND EASTERN WILDILFE DAMAGE CONTROL CONFERENCE (Complete volume), Peter T. Bromley (Edited by)

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RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SEASONAL CHANGES IN FORAGE QUALITY AND FEEDING PATTERNS IN MEADOW VOLES (MICROTUS PENNSYLVANICUS), Ronald J. Brooks and Stephen A. Struger

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ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF STATE COOPERATIVE EXTENSION SERVICES FOR WILDLIFE DAMAGE CONTROL, James L. Byford

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MANAGEMENT OF NUISANCE CANADA GOOSE FLOCKS, Michael R. Conover

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DOUBLE-CRESTED CORMORANT DAMAGE TO A COMMERCIAL FISHERY IN THE APOSTLE ISLANDS, WISCONSIN, Scott R. Craven and Esther Lev

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PREPARATION AND ANALYSIS OF ALTERNATIVE 4-AP BAITS FOR BLACKBIRDS, J.E. Davis

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ESTIMATING COST-EFFECTIVENESS OF CONTROLLING ANIMAL DAMAGE TO CONIFER SEEDLINGS, David S. deCalesta

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PUBLIC TOLERANCE OF A SUBURBAN DEER HERD: IMPLICATIONS FOR CONTROL, Daniel J. Decker and Thomas A. Gavin

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THE WHOOPING CRANE CROSS-FOSTERING EXPERIMENT: THE ROLE OF ANIMAL DAMAGE CONTROL, Roderick C. Drewien, Stephen H. Bouffard, Desmond D. Call, and Richard A. Wonacott

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AN INVESTIGATION OF TECHNIQUES USED TO DISCOURAGE REBUILDING OF BEAVER DAMS DEMOLISHED BY EXPLOSIVES, James M. Dyer and Charles E. Rowell

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CURRENT STATUS OF DEER FENCING IN THE NORTHEAST, Mark R. Ellingwood, Jay B. McAninch, and Michael J. Fargione

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WILDLIFE DAMAGE CONTROL AND THE WILDLIFE SOCIETY, Thomas M. Franklin

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MANAGEMENT IMPLICATIONS DERIVED FROM BIRD DAMAGE ASSESSMENTS IN NORTH DAKOTA SUNFLOWER, Joseph L. Guarino and John L. Cummings

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DISPERSAL OF A HERON-EGRET ROOKERY, Douglas I. Hall

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REMOVAL OF NESTING STARLINGS WITH DRC-1339, Douglas I. Hall

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CLOSING REMARKS, F. Eugene Hester

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COMPARISONS OF STRYCHNINE AND ZINC PHOSPHIDE IN PRAIRIE DOG CONTROL, H. Todd Holbrook and Robert M. Timm

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MINIMUM EFFECTIVE LEVEL OF METHIOCARB FOR PROTECTING SPROUTING RICE IN LOUISIANA FROM BLACKBIRD DAMAGE, N.R. Holler, P.W. Lefebvre, A. Wilson, R.E. Matteson, and G.R. Gutknecht

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PREVENTIVE CONTROL OF PEST RODENTS, Walter E. Howard

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STATE FUNDED WILDLIFE DAMAGE PROGRAMS: THE WISCONSIN EXPERIENCE, Scott E. Hygnstrom and Scott R. Craven

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ROLE OF THE U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY IN WILDIFE DAMAGE CONTROL, William W. Jacobs

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REPELLENTS FOR RODENTS IN CONSERVATION-TILLAGE AGRICULTURE, Ron J. Johnson

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THE ROLE OF STATE AND WILDLIFE AGENCIES IN WILDLIFE DAMAGE CONTROL, Charles D. Kelly

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THE ROLE OF THE INDIANA DIVISION OF FISH AND WILDLIFE IN WILDLIFE DAMAGE CONTROL, Glenn Lange

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ASSESSING DEER DAMAGE IN YOUNG FRUIT ORCHARDS, Jay B. McAninch, Mark R. Ellingwood, Michael J. Fargione, and Peter Picone

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ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF AGENCIES FOR WILDLIFE DAMAGE CONTROL, James E. Miller

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DISPERSING BLACKBIRD-STARLING ROOSTS WITH HELIUM-FILLED BALLOONS, Donald F. Mott

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ANIMAL DAMAGE CONTROL AND THE ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT, Warren T. Parker

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VOLE CONTROL IN THE EASTERN UNITED STATES, Richard M. Poche and Robert Sharp

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LANDOWNER TOLERANCE OF BEAVERS: IMPLICATIONS FOR DAMAGE MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL, Ken G. Purdy, Daniel J. Decker, Richard A. Malecki, and John C. Proud

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AN EVALUATION OF VISUAL AND AUDITORY ELECTRONIC DEVICES TO REPEL DEER, R. Blake Roper and Edward P. Hill

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COMPUTER ASSISTED EXTENSION PROGRAM ON GROUND SQUIRREL CONTROL, Terrell P. Salmon, Donald L. Lancaster, and Leanne Lasarow

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WHAT YOU WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT ALL YOU EVER HEARD CONCERNING SNAKE REPELLENTS, Gary J. San Julian

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DEER DAMAGE AND DAMAGE CONTROL IN OHIO'S NURSERIES, ORCHARDS AND CHRISTMAS TREE PLANTINGS: THE GROWER'S VIEW, Joel D. Scott and Thomas W. Townsend

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WILDLIFE DAMAGE CONTROL - THE ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITY OF THE U.S. FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE, LeRoy W. Sowl

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HISTOPLASMOSIS AND ITS IMPACT ON BLACKBIRD/STARLING ROOST MANAGEMENT, A.R. Stickley Jr. and R.J. Weeks

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UTILIZING A COMPUTERIZED FISH AND WILDLIFE INFORMATION SYSTEM TO SOLVE ANIMAL DAMAGE CONTROL PROBLEMS, Jefferson L. Waldon, Charles T. Cushwa, and Peter T. Bromley

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APPARENT EFFICACY OF BIRD AIRCRAFT STRIKE HAZARD PROGRAMS AT FOUR NAVAL AIR STATIONS, Thomas C. Walker and C. Willard Bennett

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COMMERCIAL WILDLIFE PEST CONTROL PERMITS
—An Alternative Approach—
, Gerard W. Wendt

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AIR FORCE PROBLEMS WITH BIRDS IN HANGARS, Timothy J. Will

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ECONOMIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF BEAVERS IN NORTH CAROLINA, David K. Woodward, Robert B. Hazel, and Brian P. Gaffney