Invasive rodents on islands, predators eating livestock, vultures pecking at property, birds colliding with airplanes. Wildlife damage can take many forms. As such, wildlife managers need a variety of tools to help reduce damage.
To help explore many of the preventative or nonlethal tools developed and improved by U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Wildlife Services, we invite you to view the program’s new online story map, Nonlethal Tools for Wildlife Damage Management.
Use the story map to:
Click here to learn more about this story map and others. Note the story map is best viewed using Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge or Mozilla Firefox browsers.
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