Wildlife Services' National Wildlife Research Center (NWRC) conducts research and investigational activities on a wide variety of wildlife damage issues including those related to brown tree snakes.
Click here to learn more about NWRC research conducted out of the Hilo, HI Field Station.
Reproductive Biology of Male Brown Treesnakes ( Boiga irregularis) on Guam
Working Dogs: The Last Line of Defense for Preventing Dispersal of Brown Treesnakes from Guam
Flotation Materials for Aerial Delivery of Acetaminophen Toxic Baits to Brown Treesnakes
A Test of Targeted and Passive Capture of Australian Elapids with a Brown Tree Snake Trap
Effectiveness of Methyl Bromide as a Cargo Fumigant for Brown Treesnakes
A comparison of Three Trap Designs for Capturing Brown Treesnakes on Guam
Responses of Captive Fish Crows ( Corvus ossifragus) to Acetaminophen Baits and Bait Stations for Brown Tree Snake ( Boiga irregularis) Control on Guam
The Effect of Trap Spacing on the Capture of Brown Tree Snakes on Guam
Proximate Cues for Ovarian Recrudescence and Ovulation in the Brown Treesnake ( Boiga irregularis) Under Laboratory Conditions
Determination of Acetaminophen Residues in Whole Body Brown Treesnakes
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