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HSUS Draft Recommendations For the Oversight of Wildlife Control Operators -- Arthur E. Smith
One-hundred and forty five persons attended the 8th Annual Wildlife Control Instructional Seminar, in Las Vegas, February 4-6. The seminar was sponsored by Wildlife Control Technology (WCT) and the National Wildlife Control Operators Association (NWCOA).
Attending "Regular" Fish and Wildlife Conferences -- Chad Richardson:” I think the wildlife damage field should get back into the practice of attending and presenting at these conferences.”
Book Review: Joy and Celebration of Mole Control by Jeff Holper.
NATIONAL ANIMAL DAMAGE CONTROL ASSOCIATION 2002 Membership Directory
The Arizona office of USDA/APHIS Wildlife Services has reported the positive identification of roof rats (Rattus rattus) in Arizona.
The most recent photograph of a jaguar in Arizona was taken in early December 2001 by a remote, motion-activated camera that was set out to monitor potential jaguar corridors near the U.S.-Mexico border.
An estimated 5,000 wild descendants of a herd of domestic pigs are wreaking havoc on Santa Cruz Island, the largest of the Channel Islands, a group of islands off the southern California coast, and part of the Channel Islands National Park.