Human–Wildlife Interactions (ISSN 1934-4392) (formerly Human-Wildlife Conflicts) is a peer-reviewed journal published two times a year by the Jack H. Berryman Institute. Its contents are published and copyright © (where applicable) 2003-2008 by Jack H. Berryman Institute http://www.berrymaninstitute.org/journal/index.html
Human–Wildlife Interactions publishes manuscripts on all aspects of human–wildlife conflicts, particularly research articles in the areas of wildlife ecology, animal behavior, management applications, economics, and human dimensions. Additionally, we encourage brief articles in the categories of letters to the editor, book reviews, opinion pieces, point-counter-point articles, policy issues, notes on research and new techniques, and management notes. Editor: Dr. Michael R. Conover; Managing Editor: Philip Parisi

Human–Wildlife Interactions
Berryman Institute
Department of Wildland Resources
Utah State University, Box 5230
Logan, UT 84322-5230 USA

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2007

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Why this journal was created, Johan T. du Toit

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Perceptions of wildlife damage and species conservation: lessons learned from the Utah prairie dog, R. Dwayne Elmore, Terry A. Messmer, and Mark W. Brunson

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Adaptive and economic management methods for feral hog control in Florida, Richard M. Engeman, Bernice U. Constantin, Stephanie A. Schwiff, Henry T. Smith, John Woolard, John Allen, and John Dunlap

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An extraordinary patch of feral hog damage in Florida before and after initiating hog removal, Richard M. Engeman, John Woolard, Henry T. Smith, Jean Bourassa, Bernice U. Constantin, and Daniel Griffin

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Public opinion, the Leopold Report, and the reform of federal predator control policy, James W. Feldman

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Successful use of neck snares to live-capture red foxes, S. Nicole Frey, Michael R. Conover, and Gary Cook

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Distribution and disease prevalence of feral hogs in Missouri, R. Edwin Hartin, Mark R. Ryan, and Tyler A. Campbell

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Hazing of Canada geese is unlikely to reduce nuisance populations in urban and suburban communities, Robin A. Holevinski, Paul D. Curtis, and Richard A. Malecki

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In Memory, Spring 2007, Human-Wildlife Conflicts

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Land-use pattern, urbanization, and deer–vehicle collisions in Alabama, Anwar Hussain, James B. Armstrong, David B. Brown, and John Hogland

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Influence of habitat patch characteristics on the success of upland duck nests, Jaiume M. Jiménez, Michael R. Conover, Raymond D. Deuser, and Terry A. Messmer

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Feral hog research in western Louisiana: expanding populations and unforeseen consequences, Michael D. Kaller, James D. Hudson III, Eric C. Achberger, and William E. Kelso

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Crop diversifi cation leads to diverse bird problems in Hawaiian agriculture, Marni E. Koopman and William C. Pitt

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Berryman Institute addresses feral hog problems, Bruce D. Leopold

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The Director’s desk, Bruce D. Leopold

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Book Review: The beast in the garden: a modern parable of man and nature, Nicole McCoy

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Use of snares to live-capture beavers, Lance B. McNew, Jr.; Clayton K. Nielson; and Craig K. Bloomquist

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Range size, habitat use, and dial activity of feral hogs on reclaimed surface-mined lands in east Texas, Robert C. Mersinger and Nova J. Silvy

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Evolution of the field of wildlife damage management in the United States and future challenges, James E. Miller

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20,25-Diazacholesterol as an oral contraceptive for black-tailed prairie dog population management, Paul Nash, Carol A. Furcolow, Kimberly S. Bynum, Christi A. Yoder, Lowell A. Miller, and John J. Johnston

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Comparison of sampling strategies to estimate abundance of double-crested cormorants in western Mississippi, Aaron T. Pearse, Brian S. Dorr, Stephen J. Dinsmore, and Richard M. Kaminski

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A review of Shiga toxin Escherichia coli and Salmonella enterica in cattle and free-ranging birds: potential association and epidemiological links, Kerri Pedersen and Larry Clark

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Population viability analysis of monk parakeets in the United States and examination of alternative management strategies, Stephen Pruett-Jones, James R. Newman, Christian M. Newman, Michael L. Avery, and James R. Lindsay

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Appreciating feral hogs: extension education for diverse stakeholders in Texas, Dale Rollins, Billy J. Higginbotham, Kenneth A. Cearly, and R. Neal Wilkins

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Birth control is not for everyone: a response, Allen T. Rutberg

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Comparison of 2 vegetation-height management practices for wildlife control at airports, Thomas W. Seamans, Scott C. Barras, Glen E. Bernhardt, Bradley F. Blackwell, and Jonathon D. Cepek

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Book Review: Living with coyotes: managing predators humanely using food aversion conditioning, John A. Shivik

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Avoiding confl icts between wildlife professionals and local hunters over efforts to eradicate exotic game species, Hans Sin

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Eliminating trapping escalates beaver complaints and costs to the public, Robert Southwick

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Expanding bear populations bring new challenges to state wildlife agencies, Robert Southwick

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Scent deterrence to reduce southern flying squirrel kleptoparasitism of red-cockaded woodpecker cavities, Jonathon M. Stober and L. Mike Conner

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Deer–human conflict and hunter access in an exurban landscape, Daniel J. Storm, Clayton K. Nielson, Eric M. Shauber, and Alan Woolf

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Foraging preferences of captive Canada geese related to turfgrass mixtures, Brian E. Washburn, Scott C. Barras, and Thomas W. Seamans

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Developing people skills in the human–wildlife conflict community, Ben C. West

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The role of knowledge in developing people skills, Ben C. West

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Using predator exclosures to protect ground nests from red fox, Ben C. West, Terry A. Messmer, and Dominic C. Bachman