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CANADA GEESE DAMAGE MANAGEMENT

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Literature Cited

Canada geese at a park. Photo: Stephen M. Vantassel
Byline needed  Photo: Stephen M. Vantassel
Backyard Nature. 2005. How much do you spend on landscaping and your lawn? SolutionsForGreen.com . Accessed 3/31/10.

Chasko, G. G. 1985. Nuisance Canada goose problems in the eastern United States. Wildlife Society Bulletin, 13: 228-233 . Accessed on 2/25/2010.

Clinton, B. 2001. USFW, Responsibilities of federal agencies to protect migratory birds. Presidential Documents, Executive Order 13186 of January 10, 2001. . Accessed 2/25/2010.

Coluccy, J.M. 2001. Attitudes of central Missouri residents toward local giant Canada geese and management alternatives, Wildlife Society Bulletin, Vol. 29, pp. 116-123. . Accessed 2/25/2010.

Feces on sidewalk creat a nuisance. Photo by Scott Groepper
Feces on sidewalk create a nuisance. Photo: Scott Groepper.
Gosser, A. L., M. R. Conover, and T. A. Messmer. 1997. Managing problems caused by urban Canada geese. Berryman Instituted Publication 13, Utah State University, Logan, 8pp

Maryland Waterfowler's Association, July 1999. Atlantic flyway resident Canada goose management plan. Canada Goose Committee Atlantic Flyway Technical Section. . Accessed 2/25/2010.

Smith, A. E., S. R. Craven, and P. D. Curtis. 1999. Managing Canada geese in urban environments. Jack Berryman Institute Publication 16, and Cornell University Cooperative Extension, Ithaca, N.Y.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. 2001. Digest of federal resource laws of interest to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Migratory Bird Treaty Act of 1918. . Accessed 2/25/2010.

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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