Repellents in Wildlife Management Symposium: Proceedings of a Symposium

Proceedings of the Second DWRC Special Symposium
Denver, Colorado, August 8-10, 1995
Edited by J. Russell Mason

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1995

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Acknowledgments

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Author Index

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Contributors

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Foreword

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Table of Contents

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Repellents: Integrating Sensory Modalities, Michael L. Avery

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Repellency of Plant, Natural Products, and Predator Odors to Woodchucks, N. Jay Bean, Wyatt L. Korff, and J. Russell Mason

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Chemical Signals and Repellency: Problems and Prognosis, Gary K. Beauchamp

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Grit-Use Behavior in Birds: A Review of Research to Develop Safer Granular Pesticides, Louis B. Best

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Peripheral Trigeminal Neural Processes Involved in Repellency, Bruce P. Bryant

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Experiments on Chemical Control of Behavior in Brown Tree Snakes, David Chiszar, Gordon H. Rodda, and Hobart M. Smith

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A Review of the Bird Repellent Effects of 1 17 Carbocyclic Compounds, Larry Clark

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Responsiveness of Brown Tree Snakes to Odors, Larry Clark

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Behavioral Principles Governing Conditioned Food Aversions Based on Deception, Michael R. Conover

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Comparative Analysis of Deer Repellents, Abderrahim el Hani and Michael R. Conover

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BEHAVIORAL RESPONSES TO PINE NEEDLE OIL IN THE NORTHERN POCKET GOPHER, Gisela Epple, Dale L. Nolte, J. Russell Mason, Eugeny Aronov, and Shirley Wager-Page

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Effectiveness of Capsaicin as a Repellent to Birdseed Consumption by Gray Squirrels, Christopher S. Fitzgerald, Paul D. Curtis, Milo E. Richmond, and Joseph A. Dunn

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Norway Rats' Communication About Foods and Feeding Sites, Bennett G. Galef Jr.

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Cinnamamide: A Nonlethal Chemical Repellent for Birds and Mammals, Elaine L. Gill, Richard W. Watkins, Joanne E. Gurney, Julie D. Bishop, Chris J. Feare, Clare B. Scanlon, and David P. Cowan

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Review of Regulatory-Imposed Marketing Constraints to Repellent Development, Judith M. Hushon

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Dilution and Detoxication Costs: Relevance to Avian Herbivore Food Selection, Walter J. Jakubas, Christopher G. Gulgielmo, and William H. Karasov

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The Role of Analytical Chemistry in Repellent Research, Bruce A. Kimball, Dale L. Nolte, Kevin L. Kelly, and John J. Johnston

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In-Water Electroshock Techniques to Repel Aquatic Mammals and Birds, A. Lawrence Kolz and Richard E. Johnson

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Review of Synthetic Predator Odor Semiochemicals as Repellents for Wildlife Management in the Pacific Northwest, Pontus M.F. Lindgren, Thomas P. Sullivan, and Douglas R. Crump

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The Public is Attracted by the Use of Repellents, Cathy A. Liss

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Sucrose as a Feeding Deterrent for Fruit-Eating Birds, Carlos Martinez del Rio, Michael L. Avery, and Kristin E. Brugger

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Predator Odors as Repellents to Brushtail Possums and Rabbits, David R. Morgan and Anthony D. Woolhouse

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A Preliminary Evaluation of Three Food Flavoring Compounds as Bird Repellents, Richard E.R. Porter

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Origins of Food Preference in Herbivores, Frederick D. Provenza

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The Chemistry of Plant/Animal Interactions, Paul B. Reichardt

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Recent Studies on Flavor Aversion Learning in Wildlife Damage Management, Russell F. Reidinger Jr.

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Bird Deterrent Research and Development: Marine Oil Spills, Timothy J. Reilly

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An Integrated Strategy to Decrease Eared Dove Damage in Sunflower Crops, Ethel N. Rodriguez, Richard L. Bruggers, Roger W. Bullard, and Robert Cook

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Avian Repellents: Options, Modes of Action, and Economic Considerations, J. Russell Mason and Larry Clark

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Electronic Rodent Repellent Devices: A Review of Efficacy Test Protocols and Regulatory Actions, Stephen A. Schumake

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Repellency of Predator Urine to Woodchucks and Meadow Voles, Robert K. Swihart, Mary Jane I. Mattina, and Joseph J. Pignatello

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Repellency of Mongoose Feces and Urine to Rats (Rattus spp.), Mark E. Tobin, Ann E. Koehler, Robert T. Sugihara, and Michael E. Burwash

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The Role of Sensory Cues and Feeding Context in the Mediation of Pine-Needle Oil's Repellency in Prairie Voles, Shirley A. Wager-Page, J. Russell Mason, Eugeny Aronov, and Gisela Epple

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Effectiveness of Varpel Rope@ on Norway Rats and House Mice in Laboratory and Field Conditions, J.D. Wilhide and M.D. Fletcher

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Repellent Trials to Reduce Reforestation Damage by Pocket Gophers, Deer, and Elk, Gary W. Witmer, Rodney D. Sayler, and Michael J. Pipas