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Literature Cited

Canada geese in harvested corn field in the winter. 
Geese in harvested corn field. Photo

Borman, M. M., M. Louhaichi, D. E. Johnson, and W. Krueger. C. 2000. Methods to measure geese impacts on grass seed production.      Accessed 17 Feb 2010.

Briggs, H. C. III and K. Rollins. 1996. Moral hazard, externalities, and compensation for crop damages from wildlife. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 31:368-386

Craven, S. R. and J. Heinrich. 1996. Canada geese crop damage. University of Wisconsin-Madison.   Accessed 3 Feb 2010.

Cummings, J. L. J. E. Davis, Jr., H. W. Krupa, and P. A. Pochop. 1993. Evaluation of Rejex-It AG-36 as a Canada goose grazing repellent. Journal of Wildlife Management 59:47-50.

 Dieter, C. D. and B. J. Anderson. 2009. Molt migration in giant Canada geese in eastern South Dakota. Human-Wildlife Conflicts 3:260-270.   

Gianetta, J. 2007. Canada goose. Flight. Flight link.   Accessed 12 Feb 2010. Michigan Department of Natural Resources and Environment (DNRE). 2003. Goose-human conflicts and control techniques. Michigan DNRE web link.    Accessed 5 March 2010.

Rost, B.. 1999. OSU study measures crop damage done by geese. OSU News and Communication Services. OSU web link. http://oregonstate.edu/dept/ncs/newsarch/1999/Sep99/goose.htm> Accessed 6 March 2010.

US Fish and Wildlife Services (USFWS). 2010. Migratory Bird Depredation Permit. USFWS web link.    Accessed 2 Feb 2010. USDA Wildlife Services. 2004. 

USDA Wildlife Services Protects American Agriculture. USDA web link.   Accessed Feb 2010.

Wildlife Damage Control (WDC). 2010. State and Federal Wildlife Laws and Regulations of the United States. WDC web link.   Accessed 3 March 2010.

Canada goose track. Photo by Stephen M. Vantassel

Recommended Citation

Canada Goose Management Website. University of Nebraska-Lincoln, NRES 348 Wildlife Damage Management class, Spring Semester, 2010. Scott Hygnstrom, Instructor; Stephen Vantassel, Webmaster. http://icwdm.org/handbook/Birds/CanadadGeese/Default.aspx

Picture (left) is a Canada goose track. Photo: Stephen M. Vantassel

   
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