SP-113: The Role of Predator control as a Tool in Game Management

The Role of Predator Control as a Tool in Game Management

Extension Publication SP-113

Predator control is a controversial topic. The proceedings of this symposium explores current knowledge about the effects of predator control on game animals, and reveals that more research is needed. These papers should facilitate discussion and be useful to persons identifying with all sides of the issue.

April 18-19, 2001
YO Ranch Hotel & Conference Center
Kerrville, TX

Sponsored by:

Texas Agricultural Extension Service
Texas Agricultural Experiment Station
Sheep & Goat Predator Management Board
Texas Wildlife Damage Management Services
USDA-APHIS-Wildlife Services

Co-sponsors:

Department of Wildlife & Fisheries Sciences, Texas A&M University
Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation
Texas A&M University, Kingsville
Texas Chapter, The Wildlife Society
Welder Wildlife Foundation
Texas Parks and Wildlife Department
Texas Trappers and Fur Hunters Association
Texas Wildlife Association

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Symposium Proceedings – PDF Format

 


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