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PROCEEDINGS OF THE NINTH WILDLIFE DAMAGE MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE, October 5-8, 2000 State College, Pennsylvania.
Edited by Margaret C. Brittingham, Jonathan Kays, Rebecka McPeake. Layout and design by Vicki Lucas.
Hosted by The School of Forest Resources, College of Agricultural Sciences, The Pennsylvania State University.
Co-sponsor: United States Department of Agriculture Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service.
Contributors Humane Society of the United States, National Park Service, New Jersey Department of Agriculture, New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife, Reed-Joseph International Company, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, U.S. Forest Service, Western Pennsylvania Conservancy, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Woodstream Corporation, Jack H. Berryman Institute, New Jersey Farm Bureau, New York Farm Bureau, Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture, Pennsylvania Chapter of The Wildlife Society, Pennsylvania Farm Bureau, Pennsylvania Game Commission, Pennsylvania Trout Farmer's Association, Rutgers Center for Wildlife Damage Control, Southeastern Section of The Wildlife Society
Organizing Committee: Gary San Julian, School of Forest Resources, Penn State University, Committee Chair; Margaret Brittingham, School of Forest Resources, Penn State University; Janet Bucknall, USDA-APHIS Wildlife Services, NJ; Cal DuBrock, Pennsylvania Game Commission; Debra Ellis, Conferences and Short Courses Office, Penn State University; Jonathan Kays, Cooperative Extension, University of Maryland; Rebecka McPeake, Cooperative Extension, University of Arkansas; Jim Miller, USDA-CREES/NRE, Washington, D.C.; Rick Owens, USDA-APHIS Wildlife Service, NC; Jim Parkhurst, Department of Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences, Virginia Tech; Jerry Pickel, NADCA Region 7, PA; Kristi Sullivan, Department of Natural Resources, Cornell University, NY.
The Wildlife Damage Management Conference is a continuation of the Eastern Wildlife Damage Control Conference (1983-1993) and the Eastern Wildlife Damage Management Conference (1995-1997).