Int'l Wildlife Manage Conference 2012
International Wildlife Management Conference 2012 > Preliminary Program
July 9-12, 2012
Durban, South Africa
a few presentations and posters of note:
An Interdisciplinary Research Approach to Address Issues Involving Domestic Cat-Wildlife Interactions
Managing Human-Wildlife Conflicts on the 'Hard Edges'
Predation Management in the United States of America: The Federal Wildlife Services Program
Camera traps in wildlife ecology: applications for population estimation, long-term monitoring, and conservation management cont.
Collaborative advances under the North American Rabies Management Plan
Managing the Message and Measuring the Reaction: Public responses to urban wildlife management in the internet era.
Killing with kindness: feeding wildlife and its lethal consequences
P13 National Wildlife Research Center Providing Scientific Expertise to Resolve Human-Wildlife Conflicts
P26 Reducing conflict and increasing ecological knowledge of urban carnivores
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In 2011 AnimalResources shared with leading cat advocates Ashley Gramza's research and presentations at various wildlife and conservation venues on the Ecological Role of Domestic Cats in Urbanizing Landscapes with Crooks, VandeWoude, Teel; and Allan O'Connell's (USGS) work assessing predator effects on Florida Keys Marsh Rabbits and book about remote camera traps.
S DuBois - if this presenter is Sara DuBois, Wildlife Manager of the BCSPCA, I have her 2010 article, "On the Path to Compassionate Conservation" and her 2003 thesis about wildlife rehab (in 2007 I shared info I'd compiled about animal compassion fatigue with an academic and writer.)
David Bergman of USDA Wildlife Services (Phoenix) is familiar to me from articles in my files such as
The Economic Impact of Invasive Species to Wildlife Service Cooperators
from a 2000 symposium. I have previously shared with leading cat advocates all the varying versions of Pimentel about so-called environmental and economic costs of invasives including feral cats.
Related: previous Feral Cat Blog! posts about USDA Wildlife Services