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March 1980

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THE PROBE National Animal Damage Control Association March, 1980
Our first NADCA conference meet scheduled for Flagstaff, AZ has to be cancelled.
As of this issue we hope to go on a regular bimonthly issue basis (March, May, July, etc.) finances permitting.
CALIFORNIA VERTEBRATE PEST CONFERENCE
WONDER CHEMICALS The only wonder is that EPA still permits us to use any chemicals for controlling vertebrate animal damage.
Anderson called Secretary Andrus a "cuttlefish" as the latter is as adept at squirting ink to hide his operations as is the marine squid. Anderson has documented some very questionable, Mafia-linked practices by Andrus when he was govenor of Idaho.
Jack Anderson Andrus: Annoyed By Stories Of Past
One of the immediate effects of Andrus selling out to the environmentalists has been the loss of a potentially effective tool incontroliing livestock depredation - - the 1080 toxic collar.
A laboratory-field study of multiple-catch mouse traps - - "Tin Cat"™ (Woodstream Corp.) and "Ketch-all "l|v1 (Kness Mfg. Co.) - - has shown they areabout equal in effectiveness as in the field test they caught 36 and 37 mice respectively.
ASTM
Bat Repellents: Naphthalene
Bat Toxicants: DDT1, Bird Chemosterial, Ornitrol
Bird Repellents: (odor) Naphthalene; Bird Repellents: (tactile) Aromatic petroleum solvents, Castor oil, Diphenylamine, Mineral oil, Petrolatum, Polybutane, Polyethylene, Resins, Zinc oxide; Bird Repellents (taste): Captan, Coal tar, Copper oxalate, Endri n, Lindane, Mesurol, Thiram; Bird Toxicants
Dog Attack Repellents: Aminopyridine (Avitrol), Endrin, Fenthion, Starlicide, Strychnine
Deer Repellents: Bone oil, Putrescent whole egg solids, Thiram, ZIP, Allyl isothiocyanate, Capsaicin, Diethanolamide condensate of coconut oil, Triethanolamine salt of lauryl sulfate, Methylene chloride
Dog and Cat Repellents: Allyl isothiocyanate, Amyl acetate, Anethole, Bittrex2, Blood, Bone oil, Capsaicin, Ci-tral, Citronella, Citrus oil, Cresylic acids, Essential oils, Eucalyptus, Geranium oil, Lavender oil, Lemongrass oil, Menthol, Methyl nonyl ketone, Methyl sal icylate, Naphthalene, Nicotine, Paradichlorobenzene, Pentanethiol2, Pyridine, Thiram, Thymol, Ziram
Fish & Lamprey Toxicants: Antimycin, Bayluscide, Rotenone, TFM
Fumicants: Calcium cyanide, Carbon disulfide, Carbon tetrachloride, Chloropicrin, Ethyl dichloride, Gas cartridges, Hydrocyanic acid, Methyl bromide, Paradichlorobenzene, Sodium cyanide
Mole Repellents: Paradichlorobenzene, Thiram
Mole Toxicants: Arsenic trioxide, Strychnine, Zinc phosphide
Rabbit Repellents: Blood, Naphthalene, Nicotine, Thiram, ZIP
Rabbit Toxicants: Strychnine
Rodent Repellents: Biomet- 12, Endrin, Naphthalene, PoTybutenes, R-55, Thiram
Rodent Toxicants (Acute): ANTU, Arsenic tr-foxide, Endrin, FTuoroacetamide, Gophacide, Phosphorus, Red Squill, Sodium fluoroacetate, Strychnine, Zinc phosphide
Rodent Toxicants (Anticoagulants): Chlorophacinone, Diphacinone, Fumarin, Pival, PMP, Prolin, Talon, Warfarin