Fifth Eastern Wildlife Damage Control Conference, 1991
Held October 6-9, 1991, Sheraton Inn and Conference Center, Ithaca, New York
Proceedings edited by Paul D. Curtis, Michael J. Fargione, James E. Caslick, with the editorial assistance of Carol Rundle
Published in cooperation with Cornell Cooperative Extension
Department of Natural Resources, Fernow Hall,
Ithaca, NY 14853

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Conference Participants

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Frontmatter & Table of Contents

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EXTENSION WILDLIFE DAMAGE MANAGEMENT IN ALABAMA, James B. Armstrong

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RAPTORS AND RACING PIGEONS: AN ANALYSIS OF AVIAN PREDATION ON DOME PIGEONS, James B. Armstrong

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SURVEY OF BIRD DAMAGE TO BLUEBERRIES IN NORTH AMERICA, Michael L. Avery, John W. Nelson, and Marcia A. Cone

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ANIMAL DAMAGE MANAGEMENT: RESPONSIBILITIES OF VARIOUS AGENCIES AND THE NEEDS FOR COORDINATION AND SUPPORT, Jack H. Berryman

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EFFICACY AND METHODOLOGY OF URBAN PIGEON CONTROL WITH DRC-1339, Keith M. Blanton, Bernice U. Constantine, and Gerald L. Williams

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USE OF DRC-1339 TO ELIMINATE GULLS AND RE-ESTABLISH A TERN NESTING COLONY IN BUZZARDS BAY, MASSACHUSETTS, Bradford G. Blodget and Laura Henze

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CONTROL OF RING-BILLED GULLS AND HERRING GULLS NESTING AT URBAN AND INDUSTRIAL SITES IN ONTARIO, 1987-1990, Hans Blokpoel and Gaston D. Tessier

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LANDOWNER ATTITUDES REGARDING PENNSYLVANIA'S EXTENDED ANTERLESS DEER SEASON ON DEER-DAMAGED FARMS, Robert C. Boyd and William L. Palmer

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PERSPECTIVES ON WILDLIFE NUISANCE CONTROL: RESULTS OF A WILDLIFE DAMAGE CONTROL FIRM'S CUSTOMER SURVEY, Lynn A. Braband and Kevin D. Clark

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Wildlife Damage Education and College Curricula, James Caslick

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SHEEP AND GOAT LOSSES TO PREDATORS IN THE UNITED STATES, Guy Connolly

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REDUCING NUISANCE CANADA GOOSE PROBLEMS THROUGH HABITAT MANIPULATION, Michael R. Conover

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SYNOPSIS OF A COURSE ON THE PRINCIPLES OF WILDLIFE DAMAGE MANAGEMENT, Michael R. Conover

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AN AVIAN/AIRPORT STUDY FOR STANDIFORD AIRPORT, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY RESULTS AND MANAGEMENT IMPLICATIONS, Bernice U. Constantin and John K. Floyd

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PEN TESTS OF METHYL ANTHRANILATE AS A BIRD REPELLENT IN WATER, Richard A. Dolbeer, Larry Clark, Paul P. Woronecki, and Thomas W. Seamans

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THE EFFECTIVENESS OF SOAP IN PREVENTING DEER BROWSING, Michael J. Fargione and Milo E. Richmond

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MODIFICATION OF RACCOON FOOD RESOURCES IN PARKS TO REDUCE RABIES RISKS TO HUMANS, Stephen C. Frantz

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INTERACTIONS BETWEEN PEOPLE AND WILDLIFE IN URBANIZING LANDSCAPES, John Hadidian

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CITIZEN TASK FORCE ON DEER MANAGEMENT, Mike Hall

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WILDLIFE DAMAGE MANAGEMENT: POLICY AND PROFESSIONAL CONSIDERATIONS, Harry E. Hodgdon

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WILDLIFE DAMAGE EDUCATION AT AUBURN UNIVERSITY, Nicholas R. Holler

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EFFECTS OF CHRONOLOGICAL DEER DAMAGE ON CORN YIELDS, Scott E. Hygnstrom, Jan R. Hygnstrom, Kurt R. VerCauteren, Nancy S. Foster, Susan B. Lembezeder, and Dale J. Hafer

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New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, Robert A. Inslerman

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UNITED CONSERVATION ALLIANCE, Laurence R. Jahn

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EFFECTIVENESS OF A VERTICAL 3-WIRE ELECTRIC FENCE MODIFIED WITH ATTRACTANTS OR REPELLENTS AS A DEER EXCLOSURE, Don M. Jordan Jr. and Milo E. Richmond

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STRATEGIES TO CONTROL RODENT DAMAGE IN SUGAR BUSHES: AN UPDATE, Alan May, John Austin, and Dennis Slate

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WILDLIFE DAMAGE EDUCATION AT WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY, Edwin D. Michael

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CONFERENCE SUMMARY AND A LOOK TO THE FUTURE, James E. Miller

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INCORPORATING WILDLIFE DAMAGE CONTROL INTO A UNIVERSITY WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT CURRICULUM, William G. Misner and Alex B. Coley

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AN EVALUATION OF ROOST DISPERSAL FOR REDUCING CORMORANT ACTIVITY ON CATFISH PONDS, Donald F. Mott, Keith J. Andrews, and Gary A. Littauer

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ECONOMICS AND EFFECTIVENESS OF CONTROL METHODS: FACT AND FICTION, Rick D. Owens and Dennis Slate

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THE QUABBIN RESERVATION WHITE-TAILED DEER IMPACT MANAGEMENT PLAN: A CASE HISTORY, James A. Parkhurst and Robert W. O'Connor

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EVALUATION OF A NEW DEER REPELLENT ON JAPANESE YEWS AT SUBURBAN HOMESTEADS, Roger W. Sayre and Milo E. Richmond

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TRAINING TOMORROW'S SPECIALISTS IN WILDLIFE DAMAGE MANAGEMENT, Robert H. Schmidt, Michael R. Conover, Frederik F. Knowlton, and Terry A. Messmer

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TAPPING THE POTENTIAL OF THE WILDLIFE REHABILITATION COMMUNITY FOR PUBLIC EDUCATION ABOUT WILDLIFE DAMAGE MANAGEMENT, William F. Siemer, Tommy L. Brown, Patrick P. Martin, and Randall D. Stumvoll

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PERCEIVED RISKS OF DEER-RELATED VEHICLE ACCIDENTS: INFLUENCE ON DEER POPULATION PREFERENCES OF THE RESIDENTS OF TOMPKINS COUNTY, NEW YORK, Richard C. Stedman, Rebecca J. Stout, Barbara A. Knuth, and Daniel J. Decker

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AGENCY AND STAKEHOLDER EVALUATIONS OF CITIZEN PARTICIPATION IN DEER MANAGEMENT DECISIONS: IMPLICATIONS FOR DAMAGE CONTROL, Rebecca J. Stout, Daniel J. Decker, and Barbara A. Knuth

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BEAR DAMAGE TO AGRICULTURE IN WISCONSIN, Laine R. Stowell and Robert C. Willging

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ECOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS IN THE MANAGEMENT OF WILDLIFE DAMAGE , Robert K. Swihart

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PERCEPTIONS AND REALITIES: WHEN DOES 2 + 2 = 5?, Robert M. Timm

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COMPARISON OF METHODS FOR DETECTING VOLES UNDER APPLE TREES, Mark E. Tobin, Milo E. Richmond, and Richard M. Engeman

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MANAGEMENT OF HUMAN-RACCOON INTERACTION IN THE MIDST OF A RACE RABIES OUTBREAK, Charles V. Trimarchi and John G. Debbie

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PERCEPTIONS ABOUT CROP YIELDS AND LOSSES TO WHITE-TAILED DEER ON FARMS SURROUNDING GETTYSBURG NATIONAL MILITARY PARK, Gary M. Vecellio, Gerald L. Storm, and Richard H. Yahner

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USE OF LIVESTOCK PROTECTION COLLARS TO PROTECT SHEEP AND GOATS, Murray T. Walton

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MINIMIZING DEER DAMAGE TO FOREST VEGETATION THROUGH AGGRESSIVE DEER POPULATION MANAGEMENT, Raymond J. Winchcombe

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STATUS OF COYOTES AND COYOTE DEPREDATIONS IN PENNSYLVANIA, Gary Witmer and Arnold Hayden

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THE NEED AND DIFFICULTY OF BRINGING THE PENNSYLVANIA DEER HERD UNDER CONTROL, Gary W. Witmer and David S. DeCalesta

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AGRICULTURAL PRODUCERS' ESTIMATES OF WILDLIFE CAUSING DAMAGE EASTERN STATES, Alice P. Wywialowski and Robert H. Beach