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1997

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RELATIVE EFFECTIVENESS OF VARIOUS BREEDS OF LIVESTOCK GUARDING DOGS FOR REDUCING PREDATION ON DOMESTIC SHEEP IN COLORADO, William F. Andelt and Stuart N. Hopper

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EFFICACY OF TURF SHIELD REPELLENT ON REDUCING DAMAGE BY CANADA GEESE AND MALLARDS, Leonard Askham

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MYLAR FLAGS AS GULL DETERRENTS, Jerrold L. Belant and Sheri K. Ickes

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NONLETHAL CONTROL TECHNIQUES USED TO MANAGE BLACKBIRD DAMAGE TO SUNFLOWER, David L. Bergman, Timothy L. Pugh, and Louis E. Huffman

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CULTURAL CONTROL OF DAMAGE TO ALFALFA CAUSED BY POCKET GOPHERS, Ronald M. Case, Debra Baker, James Luchsinger, and Bruce Jasch

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LESSER SCAUP DEPREDATION AND ECONOMIC IMPACT AT BAITFISH FACILITIES IN ARKANSAS, M. Chad Philipp and Michael D. Hoy

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COST-EFFECTIVENESS OF PREDATOR DAMAGE MANAGEMENT EFFORTS TO PROTECT SHEEP IN IDAHO, Mark D. Collinge and Craig L. Maycock

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THE COYOTE AS AN ECOLOGICAL MODEL, Thomas A. Eddy and Cindy M. Moore

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GIFFORD POINT/FONTENELLE FOREST URBAN DEER SURVIVAL AND CASE STUDY, Jason D. Ekstein and Scott E. Hygnstrom

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TECHNICAL PUBLICATION OF WILDLIFE DAMAGE RESEARCH, Michael W. Fall and William B. Jackson

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DEPREDATION ON ARTIFICIAL GROUND NESTS BY JAPANESE MACAQUES: THE UNSPOKEN EXOTIC IN TEXAS, Justin G. Feild, Scott E. Henke, and Justin G. McCoy

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EXPERIMENTAL RODENT CONTROL AT THE BEEF CATTLE RESEARCH CENTER, KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY , Philip S. Gipson, Charles D. Lee, Matthew L. Burenheide, Jan F. Kamler, Justin E. Kretzer, Daniel J. Martin, Celine C. Perchellet, Chad M. Willemssen, and Jennifer Weins

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FOOD HABITS OF MOUNTAIN LIONS IN THE TRANS-PECOS REGION OF TEXAS, Rosemary A. Heinen and S. Kemble Canon

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DEALING WITH DIFFERENT AUDIENCES: SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS, Guy R. Hodge

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PERCEPTIONS OF WILDLIFE DAMAGE CONFERENCE SCHEDULING: RESPONSE TO A SURVEY, J. Grant Huggins

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DEALING WITH WILDLIFE PROFESSIONALS, Scott E. Hygnstrom

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WELCOME, Charles Lee

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DEALING WITH THE POLICY MAKERS, Herb Manig

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DEALING WITH THE MEDIA, Stuart McDonald

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MOLE CENSUS TECHNIQUES, Richard M. Poche

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EVALUATING CABLE RESISTANCE TO POCKET GOPHER DAMAGE - A REVIEW, Craig A. Ramey and Geraldine R. McCann

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WHITE-TAILED DEER ACTIVITY, CONTRACEPTION, AND ESTROUS CYCLING, Stephen A. Schumake and Gary Killian

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SHEEP PREDATION BY COYOTES: A BEHAVIORAL ANALYSIS, Ray T. Sterner

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LIVESTOCK PROTECTION COLLAR USE IN CALIFORNIA, Robert M. Timm, Gary D. Simmons, and John R. Hays

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ELK vs. LIVESTOCK: FORAGE UTILIZATION STUDY IN PORTIONS OF THE GILA NATIONAL FOREST., Michael Treadaway, V.W. Howard Jr., Chris D. Allison, and Jon C. Boren

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USE OF NETTED-CAGE TRAPS IN POPULATION MANAGEMENT AND RESEARCH OF URBAN WHITE-TAILED DEER, Kurt VerCauteren, Jeff Beringer, and Scott Hygnstrom

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TEACHING YOUTH WILDLIFE DAMAGE MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES COMPARING TECHNIQUES (HOW TO’S AND HELPFUL HINTS), Dallas A. Virchow and Denny M. Hogeland

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CONTROL OF NUISANCE BIRDS BY FOGGING WITH REJEX-IT® TP-40, Peter F. Vogt

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IMPACT OF PREVENTIVE AERIAL COYOTE HUNTING ON SHEEP LOSSES TO COYOTE PREDATION, Kimberly K. Wagner and Michael R. Conover

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COOPERATIVE WOLF DEPREDATION MANAGEMENT IN WISCONSIN, Robert C. Willging and Adrian P. Wydeven

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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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WILDLIFE-CAUSED LOSSES OF AGRICULTURAL COMMODITIES IN 1994 WITH EMPHASIS ON THE GREAT PLAINS, A.P. Wywialowski

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DEVELOPMENT AND REGISTRATION OF A PRACTICAL TRANQUILIZER TRAP DEVICE (TTD) FOR FOOT-HOLD TRAPS, Doris E. Zemlicka, D. Pete Sahr, Peter J. Savarie, Frederick F. Knowlton, F. Sherman Blom, and Jerrold L. Belant

1995

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DYNAMICS OF WILDLIFE DAMAGE MANAGEMENT, Bobby R. Acord

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A COMPARISON OF ATTITUDES HELD BY WILDLIFE DAMAGE MANAGERS AND ANIMAL RIGHTS ACTIVISTS, James B. Armstrong and Melissa E. Hutchins

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EFFECTS OF MULE DEER GRAZING ON ALFALFA SEED PRODUCTION, Dennis D. Austin and Philip J. Urness

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WILD UNGULATE DEPREDATION ON WINTER WHEAT: EFFECTS ON GRAIN YIELD, Dennis D. Austin and Philip J. Urness

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SURVEY OF THE NUISANCE WILDLIFE CONTROL INDUSTRY WITH NOTES ON THEIR ATTITUDES AND OPINIONS, Thomas G. Barnes

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ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT OF WILDLIFE DAMAGE CONTROL FOR WILDLIFE PROTECTION, Michael J. Bodenchuk

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PREDATION OF BIG GAME AND LIVESTOCK IN THE TEXAS TRANS-PECOS, S. Kemble Canon

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RESOLVING HUMAN-LARGE FELID CONFLICTS ASSOCIATED WITH PROTECTED AREAS IN INDIA, N.P.S. Chauhan, V.B. Sawarkar, and H.S. Pabla

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CANINE AND GRAY FOX RABIES EPIZOOTICS IN TEXAS, Keith A. Clark and Pamela J. Wilson

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INCIDENCE OF GIARDIA IN BEAVER AND NUTRIA IN SOUTHEAST TEXAS, Brett G. Dunlap

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BIODIVERSITY AND WILDLIFE DAMAGE MANAGEMENT, Ronald G. Eckstein and Robert C. Willging

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THE ORAL RABIES VACCINATION PROJECT AND THE EXPERIMENTAL USE OF RABORAL V-RG IN THE SOUTH TEXAS CANINE RABIES EPIZOOTIC, M. Gayne Fearneyhough

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THE EFFICACY OF NAPHTHALENE AND SULFUR REPELLENTS TO CAUSE AVOIDANCE BEHAVIOR IN THE PLAINS GARTER SNAKE, Dennis M. Ferraro

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HUMAN HEALTH CONCERNS IN THE PRACTICE OF WILDLIFE DAMAGE MANAGEMENT, John R. Fischer

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CONTROLLING NUISANCE EGRET AND HERON ROOKERIES IN OKLAHOMA, Kevin R. Grant and James Watson

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USING TELEMETRY EQUIPMENT FOR MONITORING TRAPS AND SNARES, Thomas D. Halstead, Kenneth S. Gruver, Robert L. Phillips, and Richard E. Johnson

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PLASTIC VISUAL BARRIERS WERE INEFFECTIVE AT REDUCING RECOLONIZATION RATES OF PRAIRIE DOGS, Scott E. Hygnstrom

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DEER EXCLUSION EFFORTS TO REDUCE CROP DAMAGE IN MICHIGAN AND NORTHEAST WISCONSIN, Jim Isleib

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CURBING THE ILLEGAL USE OF PESTICIDES IN PREDATOR CONTROL, Jeff Jacoby, Martin Fletcher, and Ted Warfield

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FINANCIAL COMPENSATION FOR WILDLIFE DAMAGE: A REVIEW OF PROGRAMS IN NORTH AMERICA, Kimberly K. Kessler

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WEDELIA: A POTENTIAL GROUND COVER FOR REDUCING THE ATTRACTIVENESS OF TROPICAL AIRFIELDS TO BIRDS, Michael A. Linnell, Michael R. Conover, and Tim J. Ohashi

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TWELFTH GREAT PLAINS WILDLIFE DAMAGE CONTROL WORKSHOP SUMMARY, Ronald E. Masters and J. Grant Huggins

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EFFECTIVENESS OF SQUIRREL FENCING FOR PROTECTING PECAN GROVES, McAlister D. Maxwell, J. Grant Huggins, and Clark E. Adams

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RESEARCH PRIORITIES IN WILDLIFE DAMAGE MANAGEMENT, James E. Miller

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IMMUNOCONTRACEPTION AND POSSIBLE APPLICATION IN WILDLIFE DAMAGE MANAGEMENT, Lowell A. Miller

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CURRENT RESEARCH ON IMPROVING CAPTURE DEVICES FOR COYOTES, Robert L. Phillips and Kenneth S. Gruver

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EFFECTIVE REPELLENCY CONCENTRATION OF BIRD SHIELD REPELLENT(TM) WITH METHYL ANTHRANILATE TO EXCLUDE DUCKS AND GEESE FROM WATER IMPOUNDMENTS, Leonard R. Askham

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WILDLIFE DAMAGE MANAGERS AND EUTHANASIA, Robert H. Schmidt

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AN EVALUATION OF OKLAHOMA'S DEPREDATION PROGRAM FOR HANDLING DEER DAMAGE TO AGRICULTURAL CROPS, Michael G. Shaw

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DEPREDATION OF CATFISH BY DOUBLE-CRESTED CORMORANTS AT AQUACULTURE FACILITIES IN OKLAHOMA, Robert L. Simmonds Jr., Alexander V. Zale, and David M. Leslie Jr.

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CUE ENHANCEMENT OF LITHIUM-CHLORIDE-INDUCED MUTTON/SHEEP AVERSIONS IN COYOTES, Ray T. Sterner

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PROTECTING JUVENILE SALMONIDS FROM GULL PREDATION USING WIRE EXCLUSION BELOW HYDROELECTRIC DAMS, John E. Steuber, Mikel E. Pitzler, and J. Gary Oldenburg

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THE PUMA IN THE CENTRAL MOUNTAINS AND GREAT PLAINS, Jay W. Tischendorf and F. Robert Henderson

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FERAL HOGS IN THE ROLLING PLAINS OF TEXAS: PERSPECTIVES, PROBLEMS, AND POTENTIAL, Douglas R. Tolleson, William E. Pinchak, Dale Rollins, and Leland J. Hunt

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WYOMING'S M-44 PROGRAM: AN OVERVIEW AND ASSESSMENT OF PRIVATE AND COMMERCIAL APPLICATORS, Henry R. Uhden

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PRIVATE BEAVER MANAGEMENT IN OKLAHOMA, Julianne Whitaker

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LIVESTOCK HERDING DOGS: A UNIQUE APPLICATION FOR WILDLIFE DAMAGE MANAGEMENT, Roger A. Woodruff and Jeffrey S. Green

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RIPENING FIELD CORN LOST TO WILDLIFE IN 1993, Alice P. Wywialowski

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USING SOUND, VISUAL, AND TACTILE PRODUCTS TO REPEL BIRDS, Mona Zemsky

1993

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URBAN NUISANCE WILDLIFE CONTROL IN KENTUCKY, Thomas G. Barnes

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THE IMPACT OF EUROPEAN COMMUNITY'S HUMANE TRAPPING RESOLUTION ON U.S. WILDLIFE DAMAGE CONTROL PROGRAM, Mahadev Bhat, Robert Gotie, and Luther Keller

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Livestock Protection Collars in the United States, 1988-19931, Guy Connolly

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How To Involve Local Communities in Wildlife Damage Control Decision-Malting, Scott R. Craven

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Methyl Anduanilate Formulations to Repel Birds from Water at Airports and Food at Landfills, Richard A. Dolbeer, Jerrold L. Belant, and Larry Clark

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The Evolutionary Relationships of the Skunks to Each Other and the Rest of the Weasels; with a note on Behavioral Idiosyncrasies, Jerry W. Dragoo

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Public Perceptions of Wildlife Encounters in the Omaha, Nebraska, Metropolitan Area, Dennis M. Ferraro and Scott E. Hygnstrom

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Pred-X Field Test Results, R.A. Field and J.E. Nel

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Are Farmer and the Environment Natural Enemies Like the Sheep and the Coyote?, B.L. Flinchbaugh Ph.D.

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Survey of Nuisance Urban Geese in the United States, James E. Forbes

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Endangered Species and Pesticides: The Kansas Program, Sue Ann Funk

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Bears, Ostriches, and Specialized Grazing: Putting Guanding Dogs to Work, Jeffrey S. Green and Roger A. Woodruff

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The Nature and Timing of Wildlife Damage Events in Nebraska: A Five-Year Review of Requests to Three Extension Wildlife Personnel, Dale J. Hafer, Scott E. Hygnstrom, Ron J. Johnson, and Dennis M. Ferraro

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PROSPECTS FOR THE FUTURE IN ANIMAL DAMAGE CONTROL, Donald Hawthorne

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Twenty-Five Year History of the Kansas Coyote Damage Control Program, F. Robert Henderson

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Prairie Vole Damage Control in No-Till Corn and Soybean, Ron A. Hines

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An Evaluation of Laminated Offset Jawed Traps for Reducing Injuries to Coyotes, John M. Houben, Merrilee Holland, Sherman W. Jack, and Carolyn R. Boyle

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A Bigger Piece of Your Pecan Pie, J. Grant Huggins

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State Program in Sotuh Dakota for Wildlife Damge Management, Emmett J. Keyser

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STATUS OF M-44 DEVICE, Charles D. Lee

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Test Results of a New Snake Repellent, Rex E. Marsh

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Field Evaluation of Three Strychnine Concentrations for Controlling Townsend's Pocket Gophers, George H. Matschke, Geraldine R. McCann, Heather W. Krupa, and John O'Brien

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Food Preferences of Common Grackles, Red-Winged Blackbirds, and Yellow-Headed Blackbirds Presented with Cracked Corn, Sunflower Meats, and Brown Rice, Laura A. Mendoza, George M. Linz, David L. Bergman, and William J. Bleier

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A Prairie Dog Abatement Program in San Juan County, Utah, Terry A. Messmer, Jim Keyes, and Roy McDonald

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Future Extension Programs On Wildlife Damage Management, James E. Miller

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The Prairie Dog Ecosystems and Endangered Species, Daniel W. Mulhern and Kenneth L. Powell