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Defining Impacts and Developing Strategies to Reduce Mammalian Damage in Forested and Riparian Ecosystems


PROJECT GOAL: Advance and disseminate knowledge that improves tools, techniques, and strategies to reduce damage inflicted in forested and aquatic areas by herbivorous and omnivorous mammals.

Objective 1: Develop and improve methods to reduce impacts of rodents, ungulates and bears in wooded (forested, urban, and suburban) landscapes.

Objective 2: Develop and improve management strategies used by Wildlife Services to reduce aquatic mammal damage at the human-wildlife interface.

Objective 3: Better understand the relationship of beaver dams and anadromous fishes in order to make sound recommendations for watershed management.

Objective 4: Provide service assistance to stakeholders through consultations.


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Corvallis, OR, Field Station

 

 

 



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