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REVIEW OF ANIMAL REPELLENTS

@inproceedings{Welch1967REVIEWOA,
  title={REVIEW OF ANIMAL REPELLENTS},
  author={J. F. Welch},
  year={1967}
}
Rats! Foiled Again: A History of Rodent Control Methods Development at the National Wildlife Research Center
The National Wildlife Research Center (NWRC) and its predecessor laboratories have a long history of developing ma- terials and methods for managing rodents and the damage they cause. The NWRC hasExpand
The efficacy of seed treatment with aldicarb to establish conditioned aversion in birds to sprouting sugar beets
TLDR
The cotyledons and stems of sugar beet sprouts from seeds each treated with 8 mg Temik granules containing 0.8 mg aldicarb, were noxious to adult Japanese quails and 3-week-old chickens of domestic fowl. Expand
Mammals in western coniferous forest ecosystems : an annotated bibliography
This volume results from an experiment in data retrieval. During the initial stage of the Coniferous Forest Biome the authors were asked to provide access to the literature on mammals as it pertainedExpand
CONTROLLING DAMAGE BY FOREST RODENTS AND LAGOMORPHS THROUGH HABITAT MANIPULATION
TLDR
An example is presented where herbicide-induced reduction in vegetative cover and availability of summer foods resulted in a significant reduction of clipping damage to Douglasfir seedlings by snowshoe hares. Expand
METHODS OF CONTROLLING JACKRABBITS
Since 1963, biologists of the Denver W i l d l i f e Research Center have been investigating methods of a llev ia ting agricultural damage by the black-tailed jackrabbit (Lepus californicus). Of theExpand

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FOREST ANIMAL DAMAGE CONTROL
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