Proceedings of the Ninth Wildlife Damage Management Conference, Part 2
Document Type Article
The 9th WDMC was held October 5-8, 200, at State College, PA. Editors of this volume are Margaret C. Brittingham, Jonathan Kays, and Rebecka McPeake.
Part 2: This file includes pages 76-157.
The 9th WDMC was held October 5-8, 200, at State College, PA.
Editors of this volume are Margaret C. Brittingham, Jonathan Kays, and Rebecka McPeake.
Comparison of Standard and Modified Soft Catch® Traps for Capturing Coyotes, Bobcats, and Raccoons--J. F. Kamler, C. Richardson, and P. S. Gipson;
Is Translocation Effective for Reducing Raptor Strikes?--LM.Schafer;
Capsaicin-treated Seed as a Squirrel Deterrent at Birdfeeders
P. D. Curtis, E. D. Rowland, G. B. Curtis, and J. A. Dunn;
Evaluating Norway Rat Response to Attractant and Repellent Odors to Improve Rodenticide Baiting Effectiveness--S. A. Shumake and A. A. Hakim;
Aversive and Disruptive Stimulus Applications for Managing Predation--/. A. ShivikandD. J. Martin;
Survey of Factors Affecting the Success of Clemson Beaver Pond Levelers Installed in Mississippi by Wildlife Services--D. L. Nolte, S. R. Swafford, and C. A. Sloan;
ORIGINS, INNOVATIONS, AND FUTURES OF WILDLIFE DAMAGE MANAGEMENT:
Coding Spreadsheets for Intervention Decisions in Wildlife Damage Management--R. T. Sterner and H. N. Lorimer;
Efforts to Enhance Stakeholder Communications in North Carolina's Wildlife Damage Control Agent System--P. T. Bromley and C. W. Betsill;
GIS Use in Oral Rabies Vaccine Programs--P. R. Bright, E. Schmidt, F. Elvinger, M. M. Weisbarth, R. F. Bulky, and
TECHNICAL SESSION : SUSTAINABLE ECOSYSTEM MANAGEMENT: THE COURSE FOR 2000:
Empowering Local Communities to Co-Manage Deer--W. F. Siemer, D. J. Decker and L. C. Chase