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Transactions of the 25th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference

    Held March 7 to 9 1960 in Dallas, Texas

    Contents

    PART I - GENERAL SESSIONS - NATURAL RESOURCES AND INDIVIDUAL NEEDS

    FORMAL OPENING, Ira N. Gabrielson

    OUR SOIL-OUR STRENGTH, Lloyd W. Lowery

    CONSERVATION FROM A RANCHER'S VIEWPOINT, A. P. Atkins

    TREE FARMING PAYS OFF, E. R. Wagoner

    HOW CONSERVATION MEETS RECREATIONAL NEEDS, Norman Kraeft

    NATURAL RESOURCES AN1D COMMUNITY VALUES

    REMARKS OF THE CHAIRMAN, Patrick Healey, Jr.

    AMERICA THE UGLY, Bernard F. Hillenbrand

    HOW CONSERVATION HELPS BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY, Robert B. Meyner

    UPSTREAM FLOOD PROTECTION, L. L. Males

    HOW FOREST LAND OWNERSHIP IN THE SOUTH AFFECTS THE COMMUNITY, Frank Heyward

    MEASURES OF RESOURCE WORTH

    WHERE WE STAND TODAY IN CONSERVATION, Seth Gordon

    THE ECONOMIC VALUES OF CONSERVATION, Oris V. Wells

    CONSERVATION FOR MORE AND MORE PEOPLE, Joseph L. Fisher

    PART II - TECHNICAL SESSIONS - DEPREDATIONS CONTROL SYMPOSIUM

    REMARKS OF THE CHAIRMAN, James S. Lindzey

    THE NATURE AND EXTENT OF BIRD DEPREDATIONS ON CROPS, Maurice L. Giltz

    MANAGEMENT TO AVOID BIRD DEPREDATIONS, Robert T. Mitchell

    MANAGEMENT TO AVOID WATERFOWL DEPREDATIONS, Clinton H. Lostetter

    RICE CULTURE IN CHICOT COUNTY AS PERTAINING TO BLACKBIRDS, Clifton M. Powell

    THE STATE GAME DEPARTMENT AND BIRD DEPREDATIONS, Harold E. Alexander

    THE AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION IN RELATION TO BIRD DEPREDATIONS, Francis J. Williams

    RESEARCH ON CONTROL OF BLACKBIRD DEPREDATIONS, James J. Lindzey

    PUBLIC HEALTH IN RELATION TO BIRDS, Harold Norlin Johnson, M. D.

    PROBLEM BIRDS, Carl W. Buchheister

    FEDERAL RESPONSIBILITIES IN BIRD DEPREDATIONS, Lansing A. Parker

    WETLANDS AND INLAND WATER RESOURiCES

    WILD RICE PRODUCTION FROM NEW WETLANDS, Charles H. Stoddard

    WATERFOWL FOODS IN LOUISIANA RICEFIELDS, Bobby G. Harmon, Carl H. Thomas, and Leslie Glasgow

    LEAD POISONING DUCKS WINTERING ON THE DETROIT RIVER, George S. Hunt

    A POSSIBLE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN AQUATIC INVERTEBRATES AND AVIAN BOTULISM, Wayne L Jensen and Jack P. Allen

    RACCOON PREDATION ON WATERFOWL, Leonard M. Llewelyn and Clark G. Webster

    FISH AND WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT ON WATERSHED PROJECTS, Roy A. Grizzell, Jr.

    STREAM VALUES, RECREATIONAL USE, AND PRESERVATION, Harold E. Alexander

    FIELD AND FARM RESOURCES

    EVALUATION OF PHEASANT NESTING HABITAT IN SOUTH DAKOTA, Carl G. Trautman

    ANALYSIS OF PHEASANT NESTING IN NEBRASKA, Raymond L. Linder, David L. Lyon, and C. Phillip Agee

    WATER REQUIREMENTS OF GAMBEL'S QUAIL, Charles R. Hungerford

    BOBWHITE QUAIL: A PRODUCT OF LONGLEAF PINE FORESTS, Vincent H. Reid and Phil D. Goodrum

    MIGRATIONAL HOMING, MO,VEMENT, AND MORTALITY OF MOURNING DOVES, Roy E. Tomlinson, Howard M. Wight, and Thomas S. Baskett

    IMPORTANCE OF FOOD TO COTTONTAIL WINTER MORTALITY, Rexford D. Lord and David A. Casteel, Jr.

    PESTICIDAL RESIDUES IN ANIMAL TISSUES, James B. DeWitt, Calvin M. Menzie, Vyto A. Adomaitis, and William L. Reichel

    COASTAL AND MARINE RESOURCES

    METHODS OF ENUMERATING SALMON IN ALASKA, Richard R. Straty

    OIL POLLUTION OF THE SEAS, Lester A. Giles and John Livingston

    PROBLEMS OF WHALE CONSERVATION, Richard M. Laws

    ROLE OF ESTUARINE WATERS IN GULF FISHERIES, Bernard E. Skud and William 8. Wilson

    ABUNDANCE OF ST. JOHNS RIVER SHAD, Charles H. Walburg

    MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES IN AN OFFSHORE FISHERY, Lee F. Brackett

    PACIFIC SALMON IN INTERNATIONAL WATERS, Allan C. Hartt

    FOREST AND RANGE RESOURCES

    TRAPPING, IMMOBILIZING AND COLOR-MARKING GRIZZLY BEARS, John J. Craighead, Maurice Hornocker, Wesley Woodgerd, and Frank C. Craighead, Jr.

    AN EVALUATION OF COLORADO'S ACCESS PROBLEMS, Keith G. Hay

    EFFECTS OF RIGHTS OF WAY TECHNIQUES ON VEGETATION, Dale Howard Arner

    A SALABLE APPROACH TO THE CATTLE-ELK COMPETITION PROBLEM, Dale A, Jones

    SEASONAL MOVEMENTS AND BREEDING BEHAVIOR OF SAGE GROUSE IN IDAHO, Paul D. Dalke, Duane B. Pyrah, Don C. Stanton, John E. Crawford, and Edward Sclatterer

    BROWSING AND STAND REGENERATION IN CLEAR- AND SELECTIVELY-CUT HARDWOODS, Thomas H. Ripley and Robert A. Campbell

    RECENT ADVANCES IN THE FIELD IMMOBILIZATION OF LARGE MAMMALS, Helmut K. Beuchner, A. M. Harthoom, and John A. Lock

    PUBLIC RELATIONS AND EDUCATION

    NATURAL RESOURCES AND PUBLIC RELATIONS IN EUROPE, Walter P. Taylor

    WHY MORE ECONOMISTS ARE NOT CONSERVATIONISTS, Gilbert Banner

    SUCCESSES, PITFALLS, AND TECHNIQUES IN WILDLIFE TELEVISION, Douglas L. Gilbert

    EMERGING GOALS FOR RESOURCE-USE EDUCATION, George L. Fersh

    KEEPING THE CHILD IN TOUCH WITH THE EARTH, Alfred G. Etter

    WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT AND THE CUSTOMER, Stanley A. Cain

    PUBLIC RELATIONS AND EDUCATION IN THE WILDLIFE FIELD, Robert D. Calkins

    NATURAL RESOURCES AND AMERICAN CITIZENSHIP: A CRITIQUE OF THE 25TH NORTH AMERICAN NATURAL RESOURCES AND WILDLIFE CONFERENCE, W. Winston Mair

    ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS, C. R. Gutermuth

    Published annually since 1915, the Transactions of the North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference provide a unique and informative record of the direction and momentum of professional natural resource management. Tracking current research and management emphases and the perspectives and approaches to meeting the challenges to sustaining and conserving North America's wildlife and their habitats, the Transactions is a valuable reference for all who deal with the complexities and intricacies of natural resource issues, policies and programs.

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