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Deer Damage Management Workshop

Deer Damage Management Workshop

This workshop was offered in 2009.

Introduction

The Deer Damage Management Workshop is a hands-on experience of the various tools available to manage damage by white-tailed deer. Attendees will be taught by leading experts in deer damage management.

We believe that deer damage management will be a growth industry for the wildlife damage management community. While states have resisted allowing wildlife damage management personnel to handle deer complaints, the numbers have increased to such a level that states may not be able to maintain that position for much longer.

Our Workshop is designed to provide attendees with the information necessary to respond to deer damage management complaints in a responsible and effective fashion.

Deer Damage Management Workshop SponsorsSponsorsNational Wildlife Control Operators Association

University of Nebraska-Lincoln School of Natural Resources

Wildlife Damage Management Working Group

National Wildlife Control Operators Association

Wildlife Solutions Zebra TruckWildlife Solutions

The Workshop is also sponsored by S & S Wildlife Control

 

 

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Program

  • Attendence is limited to 40 due to the hands-on nature of the program.
  • As of July 28, 2009. Only 3 slots remain
  • Missouri River Valley Nebraska is hot and muggy during August. Attendees who have sensitivity to heat, humidity, and physical exertion are cautioned to contact us As of July 23, 2009. Only 8 slots remain
  • Missouri River Valley Nebraska is hot and muggy during August. Attendees who have sensitivity to heat, humidity, and physical exertion are cautioned to contact us prior to registering. ands-on exercises.

    Items in Italics will be demonstrations

    • Deer Biology
    • Deer borne diseases
    • Human-Wildlife Management Issues, including
    • Public hearings
    • Navigating laws
    • Handling Media
    • Vehicle Collision Prevention
    Control Methods
    • Habitat Modification
    • Repellents—Chemical use and efficacy (Demonstration)
    • Frightening Devices (Demonstration)
    • Fencing--Non-Electric,Electric
    • Shooting--Managed Hunts, Sharp Shooting
    • Trapping--Cage, Chemical Capture
    • Fertility Control--Darting Principles and Techniques

Presenters (Partial listing)

Dr. Scott Hygnstrom--University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Dr. Paul Curtis--Cornell University
Dr. Kurt VerCauterenNational Wildlife Research Center
Dr. Tony DiNicola--White Buffalo Inc., Sharpshooting Company
Mike Anderson—Deer Fencing Consultant, Lincoln, NE

When

  • August 4-6, 2009. Ends at Noon, Thursday August 6.
  • Meet and Greet, Monday Aug 3, 2009, 7-9 p.m. food, beer, wine, spirits, non-alcoholic beverages.

Deer Damage Management Workshop ParticipantsWhere

  • Lodging: at the La Quinta Inn & Suites (across the street from Omaha International Airport)
    1201 Ave H Carter Lake, Iowa 51510
  • 712-347-6595 (main)
    712-347-5554 (manager)
    85.00/night king or 2 queen beds,
    Breakfast is provided by hotel.
    shuttle available from Omaha International Airport

Cost

Attendees receive

  • Meet and Greet (Monday Evening 7-9 p.m)-finger food, beer, wine, spirits, and non-alcoholic beverages
  • 5 breaks (beverages and snack)
  • 2 lunches
  • 1 steak dinner (cooked to order) with beer/wine (Wednesday night)
  • binder of deer damage management articles and materials

$595.00 To Sign Up Visit Participants Deer Damage Management WorkshopDeer Damage Management Workshop

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Online registration at SNR store

As of June 23, 2009, only 8 slots left.

Sponsors

 

Contact

Inquiries should be made to

Stephen Vantassel Project Coordinator
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
414 Hardin Hall
Lincoln, NE 68583-0974
402-472-8961 (Central Standard Time)
Deer Damage Management Workshop

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