Wildlife Damage Management Publications and Resources
Wildlife Damage Management is a diverse field. Unsurprisingly, it can be difficult to obtain quality publications and informational resources. The following contains categories of informational resources availble on wildlife damage management.
General Resources for Wildlife Control
The Digital Commons is a free, searchable database of over 5,400 articles (and growing) on wildlife damage related topics including, disease, control techniques, human-dimensions and more.
Using the ICWDM Research Database known as the Digital Commons-(2013) by Stephen M. Vantassel
Site provides a good introduction of the diversity of issues related to human-wildlife conflicts.
While most invasive species consist of plants and insects, this site includes information on vertebrate species (animals with a spine) as well.
Wildlife Services is a federal program that provides wildlife control services for airports, ranchers, farmers, and others in the US. In addition, Wildlife Services is involved with mitigating zoonotic outbreaks, such as rabies.