The Probe, Issue 160 – November 1995
Document Type Article
A Christian Minister Explains Why He Can Morally Trap God's Little Creatures Stephen Vantassel, Special Coorespondent, The PROBE
Coloradans Uneasily Coexist with Bears
Girl's Death Blamed on Rabid Bat
Abstracts of Recent Research Presented at TWS Conference
Translocation or Euthanasia: What Should We Do? Scott R. Craven, Dept. of Wildlife Ecology, University of Wisconsin, Madison.
E = 1/2 MV2: Why Birds and Aircraft Should Not Occupy the Same Space at the Same Time. Richard A. Dolbeer and C. P. Dwyer, USD A-Animal Damage Control, Sandusky, OH.
Sandhill Crane Production on Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, Oregon. Gary L. Ivey, Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, Princeton, OR.
Control of Rabies in Wildlife. Charles D. Maclnnes andL. L. Bigler. Southern Terrestrial Ecosystems Research Section, Ontario Ministry of Nat, Resources, Maple, Ontario, and Diagnostic Laboratory, College of Veterinary Medicine, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.
Reintroducing Wolves to Yellowstone National Park and Central Idaho: Resolving Conflicts. Edward E. Bangs, S.H. Fritts, andJA. Fontaine (US Fish &", Wildlife Service, Helena, MT), C.C. Niemeyer (USDA-APHISADC, Helena, MT), W.G. Brewster (Yellowstone National Park, WY), and LA. Robinson (USDA Forest Service, Missoula, MT).
Review of Data on Human Injuries, Illnesses, and Economic Losses Caused by Wildlife in the United States. Michael R. Conover, W.C. Pitt, K. K. Kessler, T J. Dubow, and WA. Sanborn, Berryman Institute andDept. of Fisheries & Wildlife, Utah State University, Logan.
Predation of Fish by Cormorants and Pelicans in a Coldwater River. Clayton E. Derby and J. R. Loworn, Dept. of Zoology & Physiology, Univ. of Wyoming, Laramie.
Immunocontraception as a Tool in Wildlife Management. Lowell A. Miller, USD A Denver Wildlife Research Center, Denver, CO.
Managing the Deer-Crop Depredation Issue in Michigan. Donna L. Minnis, P. Fritzell, and R.B.. Peyton. Dept. of Fisheries & Wildlife, Michigan State Univ., East Lansing
Trapping Weasels James E. Forbes, President, NADCA