Wildlife Damage Management Technical Series

Wildlife Damage Management Technical Series

  

USDA APHIS Wildlife Services is pleased to announce the development of a new publication series on wildlife damage management.

The Wildlife Services’ Wildlife Damage Management Technical Series highlights wildlife species or groups of wildlife species that cause damage to agriculture, property and natural resources, and/or impact human health and safety. It also includes selected topics, such as bird dispersal techniques, wildlife hazards at airports, and pesticide registration. Articles discuss the basic biology and ecology of the species, specific damage issues and conflicts, and current damage management tools and techniques to prevent and resolve conflicts.

The articles are written by USDA-APHIS Wildlife Services experts and university, Federal, state, non-governmental, and industry partners.  For citation purposes, please list:

Authors’ last name, Initials. Year. Title. Wildlife Damage Management Technical Series. USDA, APHIS, WS National Wildlife Research Center. Ft. Collins, Colorado. Number of pages.

Example: Dolbeer, R.A. and G.M. Linz. 2016.  Blackbirds. Wildlife Damage Management Technical Series. USDA, APHIS, WS National Wildlife Research Center. Ft. Collins, Colorado. 16 p.

 
Search the series by species or topic listed below. New topics are added continually. 

For questions or comments, please contact nwrc@aphis.usda.gov or see Guide to Authors.


BIRDS

MAMMALS


REPTILES and AMPHIBIANS


OTHER



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