Held in Asheville, North Carolina, October 3-6, 1993

Sponsored by: Aquaculture, Fisheries and Wildlife Department, Clemson University; Clemson University Cooperative Extension Service, Clemson University; National Animal Damage Control Association; North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service, North Carolina State University; Tennessee Agricultural Extension Service, The University of Tennessee; The Wildlife Society; SC, NC and TN Chapters of the Wildlife Society; USDA Extension Service - Natural Resources and Rural Development Unit; USDA APHIS - Animal Damage Control

Published in PROCEEDINGS OF THE SIXTH EASTERN WILDLIFE DAMAGE CONTROL CONFERENCE
Edited by Michael M. King

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CONFERENCE PARTICIPANTS, Sixth Eastern Wildlife Damage Control Conference

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Frontmatter and Table of Contents

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IMPACT OF CLEARCUT SIZE ON WHITE-TAILED DEER USE AND TREE REGENERATION, James W. Akins and Edwin D. Michael

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EFFECTIVENESS OF DIMETHYL ANTHRANILATE AND EYESPOTS FOR REDUCING FEED CONSUMPTION BY STARLINGS, Michael L. Avery and Raymond E. Matteson

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A COOPERATIVE APPROACH TO RESOLVING A MARMOT DAMAGE PROBLEM IN AN URBAN RECREATIONAL SITE, Layne R. Bangerter

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STRATEGIES TO ADDRESS HUMAN CONFLICTS WITH RACCOONS AND BLACK BEARS IN NEW HAMPSHIRE, Marsha E. Barden, Dennis Slate, Robert T. Calvert, and Paul W. Debow

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A SURVEY COMPARISON OF PEST CONTROL AND NUISANCE WILDLIFE CONTROL OPERATORS IN KENTUCKY, Thomas G. Barns

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BALANCING THE NEEDS OF SOCIETY: A PERSPECTIVE FOR WILDLIFE DAMAGE MANAGEMENT IN THE ’90S, Jack H. Berryman

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THE ROLE OF THE NUISANCE WILDLIFE CONTROL PRACTITIONER IN URBAN WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT AND CONSERVATION, Lynn A. Braband

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OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES IN HANDLING NUISANCE WILDLIFE DAMAGE IN NORTH CAROLINA, Peter T. Bromley, Carl Betsill, Rodney Cannon, Jon F. Hiesterberg, Edwin J. Jones, William T. Sullivan Jr., Perry Sumner, Randall C. Wilson, and David D. Woodward

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STATUS AND MANAGEMENT OF VOLE DAMAGE TO HORTICULTURAL PLANTINGS IN NORTH CAROLINA, Peter T. Bromley and William T. Sullivan Jr.

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PUBLIC POLICY EDUCATION: AN IMPORTANT WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT OPPORTUNITY, Paul D. Curtis

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CHARACTERISTICS OF THE PRIVATE NUISANCE WILDLIFE CONTROL INDUSTRY IN NEW YORK, Paul D. Curtis, Milo E. Richmond, Philip A. Wellner, and Ben Tullar

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TECHNIQUES FOR REDUCING BIRD USE AT NANTICOKE LANDFILL NEAR E. A. LINK AIRPORT, BROOME COUNTY, NEW YORK, Paul D. Curtis, Charles R. Smith, and William Evans

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ADVANCING DEER REPELLENT PERFORMANCE: FINE-TUNING HINDER APPLICATIONS AND POTENTIAL USES FOR INSECTICIDAL SOAPS, Michael J. Fargione and Milo E. Richmond

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PROPAGATION OF BAMBOO AS BLACKBIRD LURE ROOST HABITAT, Richard D. Flynt and James F. Glahn

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DISPERSAL OF RING-BILLED GULL NESTING COLONIES IN NEW YORK STATE, James E. Forbes, Maury W. Bedford, William W. Beck, and Brian V. Archuleta

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CAN WE LANDSCAPE TO ACCOMMODATE DEER? THE TRACY ESTATE RESEARCH GARDEN, Helen H. Heinrich and Susan Predl

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SHOOTING AS A BLUE JAY DEPREDATION MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUE IN NATIVE PECAN GROVES, John R. Kerr and J. Grant Huggins

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DEER DAMAGE IN TENNESSEE: LANDOWNER PERCEPTIONS AND ATTITUDES, Michael M. King

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SIMILARITIES BETWEEN BIG GAME REPELLENT AND PREDATOR URINE REPELLENCY TO WHITE-TAILED DEER: THE IMPORTANCE OF SULFUR AND FATTY ACIDS, Rebecca Lewison, N. Jay Bean, Evgeny V. Aronov, John E. McConnell Jr., and J. Russell Mason

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EXCLUDING NON-MIGRATORY CANADA GEESE WITH OVERHEAD WIRE GRIDS, Martin S. Lowney

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WILDLIFE DAMAGE MANAGEMENT ON A PUBLIC WATER WAY, Paul J. Lyons

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EFFECTS OF A BIRD HAZARD REDUCTION FORCE ON REDUCING BIRD/AIRCRAFT STRIKE HAZARDS AT THE ATLANTIC CITY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, NJ, Andy J. Montoney and H. Christopher Boggs

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AN EVALUATION OF FLOATING ROPES FOR REDUCING CORMORANT DAMAGE AT CATFISH PONDS, Donald F. Mott, Richard D. Flynt, and Junior O. King

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EVALUATION OF MAX-FLEX FAST FENCE(TM) FOR REDUCING DEER DAMAGE TO CROPS, John T. Owen, James B. Armstrong, H. Lee Stribling, and M. Keith Causey

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PERCEPTIONS KNOWLEDGE OF ALABAMA FRUIT AND VEGETABLE PRODUCERS TOWARDS COYOTES, M. Chad Philipp and James B. Armstrong

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EVALUATING THE GAS CARTRIDGE FOR COYOTES IN CONTROLLING BADGERS, Craig A. Ramey

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THE USE OF ODOR TO INDUCE AVOIDANCE BEHAVIOR IN PINE VOLES, Christopher J. Salatti, Anthony D. Woolhouse, and John G. Vandenbergh

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A SUMMARY OF REPORTED DEER-RELATED VEHICLE ACCIDENTS IN A VIRGINIA CITY, Patrick F. Scanlon, William F. Wilmoth, and Ralph W. Rexroad

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BALANCING THE NEEDS OF SOCIETY: LISTENING TO THE PUBLIC, Robert K. Schmidt

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LANDOWNERS PERCEPTIONS OF CROP DAMAGE FROM WHITE-TAILED DEER IN SOUTH CAROLINA, Webb M. Smathers Jr., Gary R. Stratton, and Derrell Shipes

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LONG-TERM TRIAL OF AN INFLATABLE EFFIGY SCARE DEVICE OR REPELLING CORMORANTS FROM CATFISH PONDS, Allen R. Stickley Jr. and Junior O. King

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ReJeX-iT(TM)AG-36, A POTENTIAL TOOL TO PROTECT SEEDS FROM BIRD DEPREDATION, Peter F. Vogt

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ASSESSING AND REDUCING SOYBEAN CROP LOSSES FROM DEER: AN INTERDISCIPLINARY, MULTI-AGENCY EFFORT, S. U. Wallace, J. H. Palmer, G. K. Yarrow, D. Shipes, E. J. Dunphy, and P. F. Reese Jr.

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THE APPLICABILITY AND BIOPOLITICS OF CONTRACEPTIVE TECHNIQUES FOR DEER MANAGEMENT, Robert J. Warren and Lisa M. White

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USE PATTERNS OF NUISANCE BLACK-CROWNED NIGHT HERONS ON A HYDROELECTRIC DAM IN EASTERN TENNESSEE, Michael A. Wefer, Joseph W. Lee, and William G. Minser

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PREDATOR DEPREDATIONS ON SHEEP IN PENNSYLVANIA, Gary W. Witmer, Arnold Hayden, and Michael Pipas

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STATUS OF ALPHA CHLORALOSE AND OTHER IMMOBILIZING/EUTHANIZING CHEMICALS WITHIN THE ANIMAL DAMAGE CONTROL PROGRAM, Paul P. Woronecki and William L. Thomas