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January 1999


A History of the Wildlife Services Program -- Donald W. Hawthorne, Gary L. Nunley, and Vivian Prothro, USDA-APHIS-Wildlife Services, Oklahoma and Texas
Position Available: Postdoctoral Research Associate, U.S.D.A. Agricultural Research Service, Stuttgart National Aquaculture Research Center (SNARC) in Stuttgart, Arkansas.
Book Review: "Being Kind to Animal Pests: A No-Nonsense Guide to Humane Animal Control with Cage Traps" by Steve Meyer (self-published), Garrison, I A 1991. 132 pages.
Position Announcement: Post Graduate Researcher, Dept. of Wildlife, Fish and Conservation Biology, University of California, Davis
Scmidt Appointed to AVMA Panel on Euthanasia

Abstracts from the 5th Annual Conference of The Wildlife Society, September 1998, Buffalo, New York

Coyote Predation on Domestic Sheep Deterred with Electronic Dog Training Collar -- W.F. Andelt*, R.L. Phillips, K.S Graver, andJ.W Guthrie.
Ecological Effects of Feral Horse Grazing on Great Basin Mountain Ranges -- E.A. Beever and P.F. Brussard
Implications of Hunting Participation on Control of Deer Populations in the East -- T.L. Brown, W.F. Siemer, J.W. Enck, and D J. Decker
Management of Gulls at Landfills to Reduce Public Health and Safety Conflicts -- R.H. Bruleigh*, D. Slate, RB. Chipman, M. Barden, C. Allen, J. Janicke, and R. Noviello
The Efficacy of Border Collies for Nuisance Goose Control -- P.M. Castelli and S.E. Sleggs
Wildlife Attacks on People: Trends and Solutions -- MR. Conover
Citizen Task Forces: Involving Stakeholders in Deer Management Decisions -- P.D. Curtis
Changing Attitudes Toward Deer in Urban Ecosystems: Implications for Future Management – D .J. Decker and L.C. Chase