Online Library of Wildlife Damage Management Information

April 15, 2009 07:00 PM

Sara Muri, Farm Journal Business & Crops Online Editor
Can you not figure out how to keep that elusive deer out of your crop field? Or, would you really like to make that naughty opossum leave your barn? The answers to your questions and more are waiting at the Internet Center for Wildlife Damage Management.
This site, which is a collaboration between four universities, provides research-based information on wildlife damage topics to help solve all your wildlife problems.
Key subject areas of the site include:
  • Preventing wildlife damage: Information on how to protect your crops, structures, animals and more from harmful wildlife.
  • Identification: Learn to recognize common troublemakers by their tracks, noises or remains.
  • Stopping wildlife damage: Identify trusted information on how to manage wildlife around your farm and home.
  • Finding a pro: Locate a professional who specializes in handling wildlife damage problems.
  • Supplies: Find the tools of the trade you need.
  • Research and Resources: Access other sources of helpful information.
The site was established by Scott Hygnstrom of University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Paul Curtis of Cornell University, Robert Schmidt of Utah State University, and Greg Yarrow of Clemson University.

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