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1993

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Wildlife Damge and the Iowa Farmer. The Influence of Perspective, James L. Pease Ph.D.

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Update on Development of a Tranquilizer Trap Device, Peter J. Savarie, Kathleen A. Fagerstone, and Edward W. Schafer Jr.

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Utah State University's Berryman Institute for Wildlife Damage Management, Robert H. Schmidt and Michael R. Conover

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Lyme Disease: Incidence and Prevention, With Emphasis on Wildlife Biologists, Robert M. Timor and Robert S. Lane

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White-tailed Deer Home Range Characteristics and Impacts Relative to Field Corn Damage, Kurt C. Vercauteren and Scott E. Hygnstrom

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Response of a Mixed-grass Prairie in Western Nebraska to livestock Exclusion and Prairie Dog Control, Dallas Virchow and Scott E. Hygnstrom

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RejeX-iT'" AG-36 THE GENTLE WAY TO REPEL GEESE FROM GOLF COURSES AND OTHER TURF AREAS, Peter F. Vogt

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Developing Risk Communication Skills: More Than Damage Management, Deanne Wright

1991

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REGISTRATION LIST -- 10th GREAT PLAINS WILDLIFE DAMAGE CONTROL WORKSHOP

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ANIMAL DAMAGE CONTROL: ARE WE PREPARED FOR THE NEXT CENTURY?, Bobby R. Acord

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RELATIVE EFFECTIVENESS OF REPELLENTS FOR REDUCING DAMAGE BY ELK, William F. Andelt, Dan L. Baker, and Kenneth P. Burnham

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EFFECTIVENESS OF NYLON LINES FOR DETERRING ROCK DOVES FROM LANDING ON LEDGES, William F. Andelt and Kenneth P. Burnham

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BURROW-BUILDING STRATEGIES AND HABITAT USE OF VOLES IN PACIFIC NORTHWEST ORCHARDS, Leonard R. Askham and James Sipes

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SEASONAL AND SITE DIFFERENCES IN FOOD CONSUMED BY DOUBLE-CRESTED CORMORANTS IN ARKANSAS, Albert E. Bivings

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OPENING ADDRESS:, Kenneth R. Bolen

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ADC PROGRAM COMPLIANCE WITH THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY ACT, Guy E. Connolly

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

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UTAH STATE UNIVERSITY'S ACADEMIC PROGRAM IN WILDLIFE DAMAGE MANAGEMENT, Michael R. Conover, Raymond D. Dueser, Frederick F. Knowlton, and Joseph A. Chapman

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WHAT'S IN A NAME?, Robert S. Cook

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PRAIRIE DOG CONTROL: A COMPUTER MODEL FOR PRAIRIE DOG MANAGEMENT ON RANGELANDS, Mike K. Cox and Scott E. Hygnstrom

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THE DENVER WILDLIFE RESEARCH CENTER: AN UPDATE, Richard D. Curnow

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DEVELOPING A COORDINATED STATEWIDE WILDLIFE DAMAGE MANAGEMENT RESEARCH AND EXTENSION EDUCATION PROGRAM, Paul D. Curtis and Daniel J. Decker

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BURROWING OWL ECOLOGY AND SUGGESTIONS FOR MINIMIZING IMPACTS OF PRAIRIE DOG CONTROL, Martha J. Desmond and Julie A. Savidge

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THE HANDBOOK OF WILDLIFE DEPREDATION TECHNIQUES: A SYNOPSIS, Tim Fagan and John Demaree

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INCIDENCE OF URBAN VERTEBRATE PEST PROBLEMS IN THE GREATER OMAHA, NEBRASKA AREA, Dennis M. Ferraro

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LABORATORY STUDY ON BROMADIOLONE: EFFECTIVENESS ON PRAIRIE DOGS AND SECONDARY HAZARDS TO DOMESTIC FERRETS, Daryl D. Fisher, Robert M. Timm, Richard Poche, and Scott E. Hygnstrom

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EFFECTS OF A VISUAL BARRIER FENCE ON THE BEHAVIOR AND MOVEMENTS OF BLACK-TAILED PRAIRIE DOGS, Nancy S. Foster-McDonald and Scott E. Hygnstrom

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EDUCATING PEOPLE ABOUT WILDLIFE DAMAGE, Jeffrey S. Green

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ATTITUDES OF NEBRASKA SHEEP PRODUCERS TOWARD PREDATORS, Dale J. Hafer and Scott E. Hygnstrom

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HOME RANGES AND MOVEMENTS OF COYOTES IN THE NORTHERN CHIHUAHUAN DESERT, V. W. Howard Jr. and Gino G. DelFrate

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Workshop Summary, Scott E. Hygnstrom

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Tenth Great Plains Wildlife Damage Control Workshop Proceedings: Contents and Frontmatter, Scott E. Hygnstrom, Ronald M. Case, and Ron J. Johnson

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AN UPDATE ON THE REVISION OF THE HANDBOOK, "PREVENTION AND CONTROL OF WILDLIFE DAMAGE", Scott E. Hygnstrom, Robert M. Timm, and Gary A. Larson

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A CULTURAL METHOD OF REDUCING POCKET GOPHER IMPACT ON ALFALFA YIELD, Bruce A. Jasch, Ronald M. Case, and James C. Luchsinger

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LINES TO SELECTIVELY REPEL HOUSE SPARROWS FROM BACKYARD FEEDERS, Kimberly K. Kessler, Ron J. Johnson, and Kent M. Eskridge

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DAMAGE DUE TO SCENT MARKING BY EASTERN GRAY AND FOX SQUIRRELS, John L. Koprowski

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CURRENT COOPERATIVE ACTIVITIES BETWEEN APHIS-ANIMAL DAMAGE CONTROL AND THE EXTENSION SERVICE, Gary E. Larson

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LANDSCAPE PLANTS, FOREST TREES, AND CROPS MOST RESISTANT TO MAMMAL DAMAGE: AN OVERVIEW, Rex E. Marsh

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EFFICACY OF STRYCHNINE EGGS FOR CONTROLLING FRANKLIN GROUND SQUIRRELS, George H. Matschke, Paul L. Hegdal, Keith J. Andrews, and Richard N. Engeman

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WILDLIFE DAMAGE MANAGEMENT IN THE 90S—DOES THE PROFESSIONAL FIT THE PROFESSION?, Jay B. McAninch

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THE FUTURE OF EXTENSION EDUCATION PROGRAMS IN WILDLIFE DAMAGE MANAGEMENT, James E. Miller

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Welcome, Irvin T. Omtvedt

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ENVIRONMENTALISM AND ANIMAL WELFARE: CORNERSTONES OF WILDLIFE DAMAGE MANAGEMENT, Rick D. Owens

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HOUSE SPARROW RESPONSE TO MONOFILAMENT LINES AT NEST BOXES, Patricia A. Pochop, Ron J. Johnson, and Kent M. Eskridge

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A MATTER OF PERSPECTIVE, Dale Rollins

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USING LIVESTOCK PROTECTION COLLARS, Dale Rollins

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Keynote Address: THE IDEAL REALIST: HOW JOB REALITIES SHAPE IDEOLOGY AND THE ROLE OF NATURAL RESOURCE PROFESSIONALS IN TODAY'S ENVIRONMENT, Gary J. San Julian

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SOCIAL, POLITICAL, LEGAL, AND ETHICAL ASPECTS OF WILDLIFE DAMAGE MANAGEMENT, Robert H. Schmidt and Terrell P. Salmon

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VERTEBRATE IMPACTS ON OAK REGENERATION IN CALIFORNIA: A REVIEW OF MANAGEMENT OPTIONS, Robert H. Schmidt and Robert M. Timm

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CONSUMPTION OF ZINC PHOSPHIDE-TREATED, BROMETHALIN-TREATED, AND UNTREATED OATS BY PRAIRIE DOGS AT BAIT STATIONS, Dallas R. Virchow and Scott E. Hygnstrom

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MOVEMENTS OF DEER MICE AND HOUSE MICE IN A SUGARBEET FIELD IN WESTERN NEBRASKA, Dallas R. Virchow and Scott E. Hygnstrom

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IMPLICATIONS OF THE ANIMAL RIGHTS MOVEMENT FOR WILDLIFE DAMAGE MANAGEMENT, Alice P. Wywialowski

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COMPARISON OF HANDMADE AND MOLDED RUBBER TRANQUILIZER TABS FOR DELIVERING TRANQUILIZING MATERIALS TO COYOTES CAPTURED IN LEG-HOLD TRAPS, Doris E. Zemlicka and Kevin J. Bruce

1989

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The Current Program and Future of ADC in the USDA, Bobby R. Acord

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The Use of DMA to Reduce Robin Depredation on Cherries, Leonard R. Askham and John K. Fellman

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Animal Damage Control: The Challenge of the 90's, Jack H. Benymanz

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Black-Footed Ferret Recovery, Dean E. Biggins and Ronald A. Crew

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Fall Food Habits of Double-Crested Cormorants in Arkansas, Albert E. Bivings, Michael D. Hoy, and Jeffrey W. Jones

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Coyote Control in Alberta, John B. Boumez

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Experimental Applications of High-Tensile Wire and Other Fencing to Control Big Game Damage in Northwest Colorado, A. Eugene Byrne

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Colorado's Big Game Damage Program: 1979 to Present, Andre C. Duvall

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An Assessment of the Urban Wildlife Problem, William D. Fitzwater

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Planning for Animal Damage Control Programs within the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, Philip S. Gipson and Gary P. Combs

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APHIS Animal Damage Control Livestock Guarding Dog Program, Jeffrey S. Green

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Trophy Game Animal Damage in Wyoming, Ron Iversons

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Kansas Attitudes on Prairie Dog Control, Charles D. Lees and F. Robert Henderson

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The Landowner's View and Recommendations on Wildlife Damage, Michael G. Leroux

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Estimating Domestic Sheep Losses to Mountain Lions, Frederick G. Lindzey and Connie Wilbur

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Habitat Manipulations to Prevent Elk Damage to Private Rangelands, William M. Long

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Characteristics of Deer Damage to Experimental Orchards in Ohio, Kerry J. Mower, Thomas W. Townsend, and William J. Tyznik

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Status of Strychnine, Compound 1080, and Registered Alternatives, Steve D. Palmateer

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Seasonal Variation in Habitat Use by Great-Tailed Grackles in the Lower Rio Grande Valley, John H. Rappole, Arlo H. Kane, Rafael H. Flores, Alan R. Tipton, and Nancy Koerth

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Effects of Grackle Damage Control Techniques in Citrus on Nesting Success of Non-Target Species, John H. Rappole, Wan R. Tipton, Arlo H. Kane, and Rafael H. Flores

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Seasonal Effects on Control Methods for the Great-Tailed Grackle, John H. Rappole, Wan R. Tipton, Arlo H. Kane, Rafael H. Flores, John Hobbs, and Joe Palacios

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Controlling Raccoon Damage in Urban Areas, David G. Riley

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Relocation of City Raccoons, Richard C. Rosatte and Charles D. MacInnes

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Management Problems Encountered with Livestock Guarding Dogs on the University of California, Hopland Field Station, Robert M. Timm and Robert H. Schmidtz

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Use of DRC-1339 and PA-14 to Control Grackle Populations in the Lower Rio Grande Valley, Alan R. Tipton, John H. Rappole, Arlo H. Kane, Rafael H. Flores, John Hobbs, Dave Johnson, and Sam Beasom

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Use of Monofilament Line, Reflective Tape, Beach-Balls, and Pyrotechnics for Controlling Grackle Damage to Citrus, Alan R. Tipton, John H. Rappole, Arlo H. Kane, Rafael H. Flores, Dave Johnson, John Hobbs, Paul Schulz, Sam Beasom, and Joe Palacios

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Evaluation of Predator Guards for Black-Bellied Whistling Duck Nest-Boxes, Raymond L. Urabek

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Field Trials of Alpha-Chloralose and DRC-1339 for Reducing Numbers of Herring Gulls, Paul P. Woronecki, Richard A. Dolbeer, and Thomas W. Seamans

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Urban Nuisance Wildlife Problems in Arizona, Rebecca L. Wright and Leonard L. Ordway

1987

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EIGHTH GREAT PLAINS WILDLIFE DAMAGE CONTROL WORKSHOP

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Eighth Great Plains Wildlife Damage Control Workshop Proceedings: Frontmatter & Contents

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Rodent Damage to Various Annual and Perennial Crops of India and Its Management, Ranjan Advani

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Arthropod Consumption by Small Mammals on Prairie Dog Colonies and Adjacent Ungrazed Mixed Grass Prairie in Western South Dakota, W. Agnew, D. W. Uresk, and R. M. Hansen

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Field Study—Steel Versus Lead in Aerial Hunting, Duane Bernstein and David Nelson

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Historical and Present Status of the Black-Footed Ferret, Dean E. Biggins and Max H. Schroeder

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Control Methods for Objectional Roosts of Purple Martins, Albert E. Bivings IV

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Overwater Nesting by Ducks: A Review and Management Implications, Stephen H. Bouffard, David E. Sharp, and Carol C. Evans

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Efficacy of Deferred Grazing in Reducing Prairie Dog Reinfestation Rates, Kelly A. Cable and Robert M. Timm

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A Statistical Model of Expansion in a Colony of Black-Tailed Prairie Dogs, R. P. Cincotta, D. W. Uresk, and R. M. Hansen

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Prairie Dog Control—A Regulatory Viewpoint, Dennis C. Clarke

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Aerial Hunting Takes Sheep-Killing Coyotes in Western Montana, Guy Connolly and Bart W. O'Gara

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Control of Ecosystem Processes by Prairie Dogs and Other Grassland Herbivores, James K. Detling and April D. Whicker

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Policy and Goals of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Harold A. Doty

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Predator Management To Increase Duck Nest Success, Harold A. Doty and Anthony J. Rondeau

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Importance of Attractant Qualities for Improving a New Coyote Delivery System, Steven M. Ebbert and Daniel B. Fagre

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The Lure Crop Alternative, Steven D. Fairaizl and William K. Pfeifer

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The Lure Crop Alternative, Steven D. Fairaizl and William K. Pfeifer