PROCEEDINGS OF THE SEVENTH EASTERN WILDLIFE DAMAGE CONTROL CONFERENCE
Edited by James B. Armstrong
November 5-8, 1995
Jackson, Mississippi

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PROCEEDINGS OF THE SEVENTH EASTERN WILDLIFE DAMAGE CONTROL CONFERENCE, James B. Armstrong - Editor

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COMPARISON OF PREDATION RATES ON WILD TURKEY HENS BETWEEN TWO FOREST ECOSYSTEMS IN MISSISSIPPI , Michael J. Chamberlain, Darken A. Miller, Bruce D. Leopold, and George A. Hurst

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APPLE PRODUCTION, VOLE CONTROL, AND WILD TURKEYS: FINDING A BALANCE IN VERMONT, Richard B. Chipman, Dennis Slate, Abigail J. Duke, Lorraine Berkett, and Douglas Blodgett

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PESTICIDE USE BY THE FEDERAL/COOPERATIVE ANIMAL DAMAGE CONTROL (ADC) PROGRAM, 1988-1991, Guy Connolly

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PREY AVAILABILITY AND SELECTION BY MOUNTAIN LIONS IN ARAVAIPA-KLONDYKE AREA OF ARIZONA, Stan C. Cunning

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EVALUATION OF THE YARD GARD ULTRASONIC YARD PROTECTOR FOR REPELLING WHITE-TAILED DEER, Paul D. Curtis

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BLACKBIRDS AND STARLINGS KILLED AT WINTER ROOSTS FROM PA-14 APPLICATIONS, 1974-1992: IMPLICATIONS FOR REGIONAL POPULATION MANAGEMENT, Richard A. Dolbeer, Donald F. Mott, and Jerrold L. Belant

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ASSESSMENT OF GNAWING BEHAVIOR OF THREE RODENT SPECIES ON AUTOMATIC SPEED CONTROL MECHANISM DIAPHRAGMS FROM GM AUTOMOBILES, Glenn R. Dudderar, Ren-Rong Hou, and Scott R. Winterstein

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THE EFFECTIVENESS OF A NEW MOLE REPELLENT FOR PREVENTING DAMAGE TO LAWNS BY EASTERN MOLES, Glenn R. Dudderar, Stacey Tellman, and Dale K. Elshoff

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ECOLOGY AND CONTROL OF WILDLIFE DAMAGE TO ELECTRIC SUBSTATIONS, Glenn R. Dudderar, Scott R. Winterstein, and Wendy H. Sangstei

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A STRATEGY FOR INTEGRATING PRINCIPLES AND CONCEPTS OF WILDLIFE DAMAGE CONTROL INTO THE SCHOOL CURRICULUM, Thomas A. Eddy

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A COMPARISON OF DEER HUNTER AND FARMER ATTITUDES ABOUT CROP DAMAGE ABATEMENT IN MICHIGAN: MESSAGES FOR HUNTERS, FARMERS AND MANAGERS, Peter A. Fritzell Jr., Donna L. Minnus, and R. Ben Peyton

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ECOSYSTEM MANAGEMENT AND WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT: COMPATIBLE OR CONFLICTING?, David C. Guynn Jr. and Greg K. Yarrow

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RODENT DAMAGE CONTROL IN NO-TILL CORN AND SOYBEAN PRODUCTION, Ron Hikes

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SURVEY OF BLACK BEAR DEPREDATION IN AGRICULTURE IN MASSACHUSETTS, Sandra A. Jonker and James A. Parkhurst

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FROM DEER PROBLEM TO PEOPLE SOLUTION: A CASE STUDY FROM MONTGOMERY COUNTY, MARYLAND, Jonathan S. Kays and Douglas Tregoning

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BAT EXCLUSION METHODS, William H. Kern Jr.

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RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN WILD TURKEYS AND RACCOONS IN CENTRAL MISSISSIPPI, Charles D. Lovell, Darken A. Miller, George A. Hurst, and Bruce D. Leopold

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WILDLIFE DAMAGE CONTROL IN KANSAS: PRIVATE OPERATORS AND PUBLIC AGENCIES, L. Andrew Madison and Philip S. Gipson

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MISSISSIPPI'S BEAVER CONTROL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM, 1989-1994, Philip Mastrangelo

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CLOSING REMARKS: SEVENTH EASTERN WILDLIFE DAMAGE MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE, James E. Miller

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THE PROFESSIONAL EVOLUTION OF WILDLIFE DAMAGE MANAGEMENT, James E. Miller

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A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE OF CATFISH PRODUCTION IN THE SOUTHEAST IN RELATION TO AVIAN PREDATION, Donald F. Mott and Martin W. Brunson

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EFFICACY OF SHOOTING PERMITS FOR DEER DAMAGE ABATEMENT IN WISCONSIN, Rick R. Norton and Scott R. Craven

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EXTIRPATION OF A RECENTLY ESTABLISHED FERAL PIG POPULATION IN KANSAS, Chad D. Richardson, Philip S. Gipson, David P. Jones, and James C. Luchsinger

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BEAVER IMPACTS ON TIMBER ON THE CHAUGA RIVER DRAINAGE IN SOUTH CAROLINA, J. Rickie Dams, Judy A. Barnes, George E. Ward, David van Leak, David C. Guynn Jr., C. Andy Dolloff, and Mark Hijdy

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CAN PREDATOR TRAPPING IMPROVE WATERFOWL RECRUITMENT IN THE PRAIRIE POTHOLE REGION?, Frank C. Rohwer, Pamela R. Garrettson, and Ben J. Mense

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BLACK BEAR DAMAGE IN THE MISSISSIPPI ALLUVIAL VALLEY, Thomas H. White Jr., Catherine C. Shropshire, and Mike Staten

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BLACK BEAR DAMAGE MANAGEMENT IN WASHINGTON STATE, Georg J. Ziegltrum and Dale L. Nolte