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Butchko-USDA-Wildlife Damage Management (04 Dec)
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What is the likely future of "wildlife damage management" according to Pete Butchko?
-Demand for resources such as food fiber, and space will go up
-Conflict between humans and wildlife for these resources will also increase
Why are wildlife species and humans destine to come together, interact?
-We live in the same place, both need the same things (habitat and food)
According to Pete Butchko, what are two primary goals of wildlife management?
"What is" vs "What ought" What is the role of communities to contributing to decision-making in the context of these questions in wildlife management?
-What is: facts and science
-What ought: ideas and values
Describe examples of wildlife-agriculture conflicts that biologists address.
-Honey farms and bears
-Crows and watermelon
Describe examples of wildlife damage-property damage that biologists address.
-Roads and beavers
-Planes and birds
Describe examples of wildlife-forestry conflicts that biologists address.
-Beavers making floods
-Invasive feral boars
According to Pete Butchko, describe one of the biggest threats for wolf recovery?
-Resolving conflicts=increasing tolerance=recovery achieved=increased management options, threat is human dimension
What are components of Kirtland's warbler recovery?
-Needs jack pines, need to do something about those birds who put their eggs in the warbler nests and out compete
Explain ways to manage wildlife conflicts through: tolerance, prevention and control
-Tolerance: Allow for broader WAC, patience
-Prevention: More substantial protective systems with high succession rates
-Control: Constant maintenance systems/ check up
Describe Pete Butchko's model of "integrated wildlife damage management"
-Integrate: utilize barriers, manage the wildlife, and manage the resource
Describe examples of how the USDA manages resources to minimize conflicts with humans.
-Install barrier, pipeline that goes in water so beaver dams don't damage
What is the role of communications in integrated wildlife damage management
-Public needs to be educated, exchange between biologists, agencies, public
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