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Human Wildlife Interactions


Volume 1, Issue 1

Spring 2007 

Editor's Introduction Page 1

In The News Page 3


The Director's desk

Leopold, Bruce D. 2007. Page 5

Clay, William H. 2007. The changing face of wildlife damage management. Page 6

West, Ben C. 2007. Developing people skills in the human–wildlife conflict community. Page 7

The Soap Box

Sustainable Wildlife Use Committee, Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, and Robert Southwick. 2007.Expanding bear populations bring new challenges to state wildlife agencies. Pages 9–10

Bodenchuck, Michael J. 2007. Are Coyotes left– or right–handed, and who cares? Page 11 

Bingham, Elizabeth. 2007. Birth control is not for everyone (or everything). Page 12


Miller, James E. 2007. Evolution of the field of wildlife damage management in the United States and future challenges. Pages 13–20

Peer–Reviewed Articles

Frey, S. N., Michael R. Conover, Gary Cook. 2007. Successful use of neck snares to live–capture red foxes.Pages 21–23

West, Ben C., Terry A. Messmer, Dominic C. Bachman. 2007. Using predator exclosures to protect ground nests from red fox. Pages 24–26

Pearse, Aaron T., Stephen J. Dinsmore, and Richard M. Kaminski. 2007. Comparison of sampling strategies to estimate abundance of double–crested cormorants in western Mississippi. Pages 27–34

Pruett–Jones, Stephen, James R. Newman, Christian M. Newman, Michael L. Avery, James R. Lindsay. 2007.Population viability analysis of monk parakeets in the United States and examination of alternative management strategies. Pages 35–44

Stober, Johathan M., L. Mike Conner. 2007. Scent deterrence to reduce southern flying squirrel kleptoparasitism of red–cockaded woodpecker cavities. Pages 45–48

Caudell, Joe N., Michael R. Conover. 2007. Drive–by netting: a technique for capturing grebes and other diving waterfowl. Pages 49–52

Storm, Daniel J,Clayton K. Nielsen, Eric M. Schauber, Alan Woolf. 2007. Deer–human conflict and hunter access in an exurban landscape. Pages 53–59

Nash, Paul, Carol A. Furcolow, Kimberly S. Bynum, Christi A. Yoder, Lowell A. Miller, John J. Johnston. 2007. 20,25–Diazacholesterol as an oral contraceptive for black–tailed prairie dog population management. Pages 60–67

Pedersen, Kerri, Larry Clark. 2007. A review of Shiga toxin Escherichia coli and Salmonella enterica in cattle and free–ranging birds: potential association and epidemiological links. Pages 68–77

Elmore, R. Dwayne, Terry A. Messmer, Mark W. Brunson. 2007. Perceptions of wildlife damage and species conservation: lessons learned from the Utah prairie dog. Pages 78–88

Hussain, Anwar, James B. Armstrong, David B. Brown, John Hogland. 2007. Land–use pattern, urbanization, and deer–vehicle collisions in Alabama. Pages 89–96

Seamans, Thomas W., Scott C. Barras, Glen E. Bernhardt, Bradley F. Blackwell, Johathon D. Cepek. 2007. Comparison of 2 vegetation–height management practices for wildlife control at airports. Pages 97–105

McNew, Jr., Lance B., Clayton K. Nielsen, Craig K. Bloomquist. 2007. Use of snares to live–capture beavers. Pages 106–111

Feldman, James W. 2007. Public opinion, the Leopold Report, and the reform of federal predator control policy. Pages 112–124

Book Review

Shivik, John. 2007. Living with coyotes: managing predators humanely using food aversion conditioning, by Stuart R. Ellins. Pages 125–126

In Memory Page 127