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Date of this Version

December 1996


A Conservation Dilemma-The Free-Ranging Domestic Cat, by John Coleman, Stan Temple, and Scott Craven, Department of Wildlife Ecology, University of Wisconsin, Madison
9th Northern Furbearer Conference on May 22-23,1997 in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada: Second Announcement / First Call for Papers
Darrel Juve to Retire
Wolves Attack People in Kazakhstan
Video Review: "Basic Coyote Control" produced by Tom Beaudette of High Country Control
Australian Wants to Unleash Fatal Virus on Felines

Abstracts Published at the 3rd Annual Conference of The Wildlife Society:

Leghold Traps: An Overview of Social and Biological Issues Behind the Controversy, William F. Andelt, Robert L. Phillips, and Robert H. Schmidt
The Role of State Wildlife Agencies in Regulating the Nuisance Wildlife Control Industry, Thomas G. Barnes
Enhancing Shorebird Populations Through Predator Management, Janet L. Bucknall
Economics of Wildlife Damage Management, Guy Connolly
Involving Communities in Wildlife Damage Management Decisions, Paul D. Curtis, Daniel J. Decker, andR. J. Stout
Human Dimensions of Living With Wildlife—A Management Challenge for the 21st Century, Daniel J. Decker
To Kill or Not To Kill: The Science of Wildlife Population Management, Richard A. Dolbeer