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Proceedings, 19th Vertebrate Pest Conference - 2000
CONTENTS
VERTEBRATE PEST CONFERENCE INTO THE NEW MILLENNIUM Bird Management
A NATIONAL REVIEW OF THE STATUS OF TRAPPING FOR BIRD CONTROL*
W. Paul Gorenzel, Terrell P. Salmon, and A. Charles Crabb . 5 EFFICACY OF THE AERIAL APPLICATION OF METHYL ANTHRANILATE INREDUCING BIRD DAMAGE TO SWEET CORN, SUNFLOWERS, AND CHERRIES RESPONSES OF BLACKBIRDS TO MATURE WILD RICE TREATED WITHFLIGHT CONTROL BIRD REPELLENT Michael L. Avery, Desley A. Whisson, and Daniel B. Marcum.26 BIRD AND SMALL MAMMAL USE OF MOWED AND UNMOWED VEGETATIONAT JOHN F. KENNEDY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, 1998 TO 1999 Scott C. Barras, Richard A. Dolbeer, Richard B. Chipman, Glen E. Bernhardt, and Mark S. Carrara.3 I BIRDS AND AIRCRAFT: FIGHTING FOR AIRSPACE IN CROWDED SKIES COMPARISON OF PYROTECHNICS VERSUS SHOOTING FOR DISPERSINGDOUBLE-CRESTED CORMORANTS FROM THEIR NIGHT ROOSTS EVALUATING RELOCATION AS A VULTURE MANAGEMENT TOOLIN NORTH FLORIDA John S. Humphrey, Michael L. Avery, and Arlene P. McGrane. .49 CAPTURE AND TELEMETRY TECHNIQUES FOR DOUBLE-CRESTED CORMORANTS(PHALACROCROCORAX AURITUS) D. Tommy King, Mark E. Tobin, and Michael Bur .54 WILD TURKEYS AND AGRICULTURE DAMAGE: REAL OR PERCEIVED/THRESHOLDS AND TRADEOFFS J. E. Miller, B. C. Tefft, M. Gregonis, and R. E. Eriksen .58 NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT AND THE BIRD AIRCRAFT STRIKE HAZARDAT WESTOVER AIR RESERVE BASE, MASSACHUSETTS Gina Rossi-Linderme and Brian K. Hoppy.63 Dem1is Slate, Jolm McConnell, Marsha Barden, Richard Chipman, Joshua Janicke, and Cheryl Bently .68 EFFECTIVE DISPERSAL OF BIRDS FROM BUILDINGS AND STRUCTURESBY FOGGING WITH REJEX-IT® TP-40 CORMORANT RESEARCH AND IMPACTS TO SOUTHERN AQUACULTURE Deer Management
HOME RANGE AND HABITAT SELECTION OF WHITE-TAILED DEER
IN A SUBURBAN NATURE AREA IN EASTERN NEBRASKA
Scott E. Hygnstrom and Kurt C. VerCauteren . 84 A COMPARISON OF PHYSICAL, CHEMICAL, AND GENETIC CONTROLSTO REDUCE DEER BROWSE DAMAGE TO HYBRID POPLAR SEEDLINGS COMPARING THE EFFICACY OF DELIVERY SYSTEMS AND ACTIVEINGREDIENTS OF DEER REPELLENTS Dale L. Nolte and Kimberly K. Wagner . 93 DEER POPULATION MANAGEMENT THROUGH HUNTING IN A SUBURBANNATURE AREA IN EASTERN NEBRASKA Kurt C. VerCauteren and Scott E. Hygnstrom .101 Diseases
OBSERVATIONS ON THE CONTACTS AND HOME RANGES OF FERAL GOATS
IN RELATION TO THE SPREAD OF DISEASES OF LIVESTOCK
ATTITUDES TOWARDS RABIES IN SOUTHERN TEXAS:A NEED FOR PUBLIC EDUCATION THE EPIDEMIOLOGY OF A CASE OF RACCOON ROUNDWORM INFECTION Management of Exotic Pests
CAN NUTRIA BE ERADICATED IN MARYLAND?
Dixie L. Bounds and Theodore A. Mollett……………………………………………………………….121 SUCCESSFUL ERADICATION OF INTRODUCED FOXES FROMLARGE ALEUTIAN ISLANDS THE RAT CONTROL PROGRAM ON THE ISLAND OF ST. HELENA TESTING THE DERMAL AND ORAL TOXICITY OF SELECTED CHEMICALSTO BROWN TREESNAKES Pete J. Savarie, Darryl L. York, Jerome C. Hurley, Stephanie Volz, and Joe E. Brooks. 139 A HISTORY OF MUSKRAT PROBLEMS IN NORTHEASTERN CALIFORNIA MANAGEMENT OF EXOTIC VERTEBRATES: SOME OF THENEW ZEALAND EXPERIENCE Management Strategies and Techniques
INDUCED INFERTILITY AS A WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT TOOL*
Lowell A. Miller and Kathleen A. Fagerstone. 160 MODELLING THE COST-EFFECTIVENESS OF WALLABY CONTROLIN NEW ZEALAND BEYOND CITIZEN TASK FORCES: THE FUTURE OFCOMMUNITY-BASED DEER MANAGEMENT Paul D. Curtis, Daniel J. Decker, and Tania M. Schusler . 175 COMMUNITY BASED FERAL PIG MANAGEMENT INNORTHERN AUSTRALIA'S WET TROPICS IPM STRATEGIES: INDEXING DIFFICULT TO MONITOR POPULATIONSOF PEST SPECIES Richard M. Engeman and Gary W. Witmer. 183 MANAGEMENT OF WHITE-TAILED DEER IN CHICAGO, ILLINOISFOREST PRESERVES Dwayne R. Etter, Timothy R. Van Deelen, Daniel R. Ludwig, Scott N. Kobal, and Richard E. Warner. 190 RATING OF KILLING TRAPS AGAINST HUMANE TRAPPING STANDARDSUSING COMPUTER SIMULATIONS ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT OF FERAL PIGS IN AUSTRALIANTROPICAL RAINFORESTS R. P. Pech ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….….206 THE EFFECT OF FERTILITY CONTROL IN THE POPULATION DYNAMICSAND BEHAVIOR OF BRUSHTAIL POSSUMS (TRICHOSURUS VULPECULA)IN NEW ZEALAND IMPLEMENTATION OF REGIONAL PEST MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES ECOLOGICALLY-BASED RODENT MANAGEMENT INTEGRATINGNEW DEVELOPMENTS IN BIOTECHNOLOGY INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT OF BLACK BEAR REFORESTATION DAMAGE Gary W. Witmer, Dale L. Nolte, and William B. Stewart . 228 Pesticides
EXPOSURE OF NON-TARGET WILDLIFE TO ANTICOAGULANT RODENTICIDES
IN CALIFORNIA*
RISK-BENEFIT CONSIDERATIONS IN EVALUATING COMMENSALANTICOAGULANT RODENTICIDE IMPACTS TO WILDLIFE* D. E. Kaukeinen, C. W. Spragins, and J. F. Hobson. 245 THE RATIONALE FOR REQUIRING BITREX AND DYES IN RODENT BAITS CHLOROPHACINONE AND DIPHACINONE: STANDARD MUS MUSCULUS ANDPEROMYSCUS MANICULATUS ANTICOAGULANT LABORATORY TESTS U.S. EPA REREGISTRATION ELIGIBILITY DECISION (RED) FOR THERODENTICIDE CLUSTER: OVERVIEW OF THE REGULATORY PROCESS,RESPONSE OF REGISTRANTS AND STAKEHOLDERS, AND IMPLICATIONSFOR AGRICULTURAL AND URBAN RODENT CONTROL Eric M. Silberhorn, James F. Hobson, Gerald H. Miller, and Nicholas J. Condos . 268 Predators
WILD DOGS AND THEIR MANIPULATION TO PREVENT LIVESTOCK PREDATION
IN AUSTRALIA*
MEASURING PREDATOR CONTROL EFFECTIVENESS: REDUCING NUMBERSMAY NOT REDUCE PREDATOR IMPACT DNA IDENTIFICATION OF MOUNTAIN LIONS INVOLVED IN LIVESTOCKPREDATION AND PUBLIC SAFETY INCIDENTS AND INVESTIGATIONS IMPACT OF FREE RANGING DOGS ON WILDLIFE IN ITALY AN EXPERIMENTAL EVALUATION OF LAMB PREDATION IN RESPONSETO FOX (VULPES VULPES) CONTROL IN SOUTH-EASTERN AUSTRALIA DEVELOPMENT OF CHEMICAL COYOTE ATTRACTANTS FOR WILDLIFEMANAGEMENT APPLICATIONS Bruce A. Kimball, John J. Johnston, J. Russell Mason, Doris E. Zemlicka, and F. Sherman Blom. 304 THE USE OF BONE OIL (RENARDINE) AS A COYOTE REPELLENT ONSHEEP FARMS IN ONTARIO EVALUATION OF DEPREDATION MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES FOR TERRITORIALANIMALS USING A COMPUTER MODEL: COYOTES AS A CASE STUDY William C. Pitt, Frederick F. Knowlton, Akiko Ogawa, and Paul W. Box .315 EVALUATION OF CABERGOLINE AS A REPRODUCTIVE INHIBITORFOR COYOTES (CANIS LATRANS) Amy E. Seglund, Thomas DeLiberto, and Bruce Kimball . .319 SHEEP-PREDATION BEHAVIORS OF WILD-CAUGHT, CONFINED COYOTES:SOME HISTORICAL DATA Ray T. Sterner and Kenneth A. Crane . . .325 MECHANISMS OF DIET SELECTION IN COYOTES (CANIS LATRANS) Krista M. Wenning and Thomas J. DeLiberto .331 RESPONSE OF CAPTIVE COYOTES TO RENARDINE COYOTE REPELLENT Rodents and Rabbits
A COMPREHENSIVE RODENT CONTROL FOR WASHINGTON, D.C.
USE OF ZINC PHOSPHIDE FOR CALIFORNIA GROUND SQUIRREL CONTROL Terrell P. Salmon, Desley A. Whisson, and W. Paul Gorenzel . 346 POCKET GOPHER (ORTHOGEOMYS HISPIDUS HISPIDUS) DAMAGEIN SUGARCANE FIELDS IN THE STATE OF VERA CRUZ, MEXICO Beatriz Villa Cornejo…………………………………………………………………………………………….…358 REDUCED RISK ANTICOAGULANT BAITING STRATEGIES FOR CALIFORNIAGROUND SQUIRRELS Desley A. Whisson, Terrell P. Salmon, and W. Paul Gorenzel . 362 LESSER-KNOWN VERTEBRATE PESTS OF ALMONDS IN CALIFORNIA** A. Britt Pearson, W. Paul Gorenzel, and Terrell P. Salmon . 365 FUMIGANT DISPERSAL IN POCKET GOPHER BURROWS AND BENEFITSOF A BLOWER SYSTEM Dale L. Nolte, Kimberly K. Wagner, Andrew Trent, and Stephen Bulkin . 377 EVALUATION OF THE EFFICIENCY OF THREE TYPES OF TRAPSFOR CAPTURING POCKET GOPHERS Michael J. Pipas, George H. Matschke, and Geraldine R. McCann. 385 SOIL-MOISTURE PREFERENCES AND SOIL-USE BEHAVIORSOF NORTHERN POCKET GOPHERS HAND BAITING EFFICACY OF CHLOROPHACINONE AND DIPHACINONEGRAIN BAITS TO CONTROL VALLEY POCKET GOPHERS William B. Stewart, George H. Matschke, Geraldine R. McCann, Jean B. Bourassa, and Craig A. Ramey……… 393 IMPACT OF ORCHARD VEGETATION MANAGEMENT ON SMALL MAMMALPOPULATION DYNAMICS AND SPECIES DIVERSITY Thomas P. Sullivan, Druscilla S. Sullivan, and Eugene J. Hogue.398 THE IMPACT OF THE EUROPEAN RABBIT (ORYCTOLAGUS CUNICULUS)ON FOREST TREES Sociopolitical Issues
OVERVIEW OF WILDLIFE SERVICES’ ADVERSE INCIDENT REPORTS
FIFRA SECTION 6(a)(2)
CHARISMATIC MEGAFAUNA OR EXOTIC PEST? INTERACTIONS BETWEENPOPULAR PERCEPTIONS OF FERAL HORSES (EQUUS CABALLUS) ANDTHEIR MANAGEMENT AND RESEARCH Erik A. Beever and Peter F. Brussard .413 HOW DEMOGRAPHICS, KNOWLEDGE, AND PERCEPTIONS INFLUENCEOPINIONS OF A 1994 OREGON HUNTING BALLOT INITIATIVE:COMPARING VOTERS AND BLACK BEAR HUNTERS Margaret C. Boulay, David A. Immell, and Dewaine H. Jackson.419 THE GREY SQUIRREL IN ITALY: RISKS OF EXPANSION AND RELATEDTHREATS TO THE SURVIVAL OF THE RED SQUIRREL IN EUROPE THE RELATIONSHIP OF ANIMAL PROTECTION INTERESTS TO ANIMALDAMAGE MANAGEMENT: HISTORIC PATHS, CONTEMPORARY CONCERNSAND THE UNCERTAIN FUTURE Urban and Nuisance Wildlife Management
CAGE TRAP MODIFICATIONS THAT ENHANCE THE CAPTURE SUCCESS
OF RACCOONS
C. Lance Kerr, Scott E. Henke, and Ruben Tamez.436 URBAN-SUBURBAN PRAIRIE DOG MANAGEMENT: OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES Gary W. Witmer, Kurt C. VerCauteren, Karen M. Manci, and Donna M. Dees .439 CLOSING REMARKS—NINETEENTH VERTEBRATE PEST CONFERENCE *Paper was peer reviewed prior to publication.
**Paper was accepted by the Vertebrate Pest Council for publication although not presented.

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