Wildlife Society Bulletin

Cover image for Wildlife Society Bulletin

March 2004

Volume 32, Issue 1

Pages 1–305

Currently known as: Wildlife Society Bulletin

  1. Editor's Page

    1. Top of page
    2. Editor's Page
    3. Special Coverage
    4. Landscape Ecology: Declining Food Resources
    5. Landscape Ecology: Assessing Ungulate Impacts on Forests
    6. Landscape Ecology: Comparability of Joint Space-Use Techniques
    7. Landscape Ecology: Effects of Error in Land-Cover Data
    8. Techniques: Reliability of Cementum Aging Technique
    9. Techniques: Nest-Box Temperature of the Little Penguin
    10. Techniques: Alligator Capture Techniques
    11. Techniques: Black Bear Den Photography
    12. Techniques: Radio-Handicapping Bobwhites
    13. Techniques: Capturing and Marking Wild Capybaras
    14. Human Dimensions: Wildlife Management on Private Land
    15. Human Dimensions: Participation and Opinion Change
    16. Human Dimensions: Attitudes About Lethal Wildlife Management
    17. Diet: Raven Diet and Urbanization
    18. Disease Transmission: Disappearance of Bovine Fetuses
    19. Policy News
    20. Original Article
    21. Opinion
    22. Commentary
    23. Book Review
    24. Our Respects
    25. Information Access: Books and Literature
    26. The Lighter Side
    1. Why Become More Internationally Involved? (page 1)

      Warren Ballard

      Version of Record online: 13 DEC 2010 | DOI: 10.2193/0091-7648(2004)32[1:WBMII]2.0.CO;2

  2. Special Coverage

    1. Top of page
    2. Editor's Page
    3. Special Coverage
    4. Landscape Ecology: Declining Food Resources
    5. Landscape Ecology: Assessing Ungulate Impacts on Forests
    6. Landscape Ecology: Comparability of Joint Space-Use Techniques
    7. Landscape Ecology: Effects of Error in Land-Cover Data
    8. Techniques: Reliability of Cementum Aging Technique
    9. Techniques: Nest-Box Temperature of the Little Penguin
    10. Techniques: Alligator Capture Techniques
    11. Techniques: Black Bear Den Photography
    12. Techniques: Radio-Handicapping Bobwhites
    13. Techniques: Capturing and Marking Wild Capybaras
    14. Human Dimensions: Wildlife Management on Private Land
    15. Human Dimensions: Participation and Opinion Change
    16. Human Dimensions: Attitudes About Lethal Wildlife Management
    17. Diet: Raven Diet and Urbanization
    18. Disease Transmission: Disappearance of Bovine Fetuses
    19. Policy News
    20. Original Article
    21. Opinion
    22. Commentary
    23. Book Review
    24. Our Respects
    25. Information Access: Books and Literature
    26. The Lighter Side
    1. Introduction: Management of imperiled prairie grouse species and their habitat (pages 2–5)

      Nova J. Silvy and Christian A. Hagen

      Version of Record online: 13 DEC 2010 | DOI: 10.2193/0091-7648(2004)32[2:IMOIPG]2.0.CO;2

    2. Great Plains ecosystems: past, present, and future (pages 6–15)

      Fred B. Samson, Fritz L. Knopf and Wayne R. Ostlie

      Version of Record online: 13 DEC 2010 | DOI: 10.2193/0091-7648(2004)32[6:GPEPPA]2.0.CO;2

    3. The cause of the decline of pinnated grouse: the Texas example (pages 16–21)

      Nova J. Silvy, Markus J. Peterson and Roel R. Lopez

      Version of Record online: 13 DEC 2010 | DOI: 10.2193/0091-7648(2004)32[16:TCOTDO]2.0.CO;2

    4. Weather and prairie grouse: dealing with effects beyond our control (pages 22–34)

      Bridgette L. Flanders-Wanner, Gary C. White and Leonard L. McDaniel

      Version of Record online: 13 DEC 2010 | DOI: 10.2193/0091-7648(2004)32[22:WAPGDW]2.0.CO;2

    5. Parasites and infectious diseases of prairie grouse: should managers be concerned? (pages 35–55)

      Markus J. Peterson

      Version of Record online: 13 DEC 2010 | DOI: 10.2193/0091-7648(2004)32[35:PAIDOP]2.0.CO;2

    6. Evaluation of the lek-count index for greater sage-grouse (pages 56–68)

      Daniel P. Walsh, Gary C. White, Thomas E. Remington and David C. Bowden

      Version of Record online: 13 DEC 2010 | DOI: 10.2193/0091-7648(2004)32[56:EOTLIF]2.0.CO;2

    7. Guidelines for managing lesser prairie-chicken populations and their habitats (pages 69–82)

      Christian A. Hagen, Brent E. Jamison, Kenneth M. Giesen and Terry Z. Riley

      Version of Record online: 13 DEC 2010 | DOI: 10.2193/0091-7648(2004)32[69:GFMLPP]2.0.CO;2

    8. Adaptive management of prairie grouse: how do we get there? (pages 92–103)

      Cameron L. Aldridge, Mark S. Boyce and Richard K. Baydack

      Version of Record online: 13 DEC 2010 | DOI: 10.2193/0091-7648(2004)32[92:AMOPGH]2.0.CO;2

    9. Assuring the future of prairie grouse: dogmas, demagogues, and getting outside the box (pages 104–111)

      Roger D. Applegate, Christopher K. Williams and Robert R. Manes

      Version of Record online: 13 DEC 2010 | DOI: 10.2193/0091-7648(2004)32[104:ATFOPG]2.0.CO;2

    10. Federal listing of prairie grouse: lessons from the Attwater's prairie-chicken (pages 112–118)

      Michael E. Morrow, Terry A. Rossignol and Nova J. Silvy

      Version of Record online: 13 DEC 2010 | DOI: 10.2193/0091-7648(2004)32[112:FLOPGL]2.0.CO;2

    11. Epilogue: the ghosts of prairie grouse past (pages 123–126)

      William E. Berg

      Version of Record online: 13 DEC 2010 | DOI: 10.2193/0091-7648(2004)32[123:ETGOPG]2.0.CO;2

  3. Landscape Ecology: Declining Food Resources

    1. Top of page
    2. Editor's Page
    3. Special Coverage
    4. Landscape Ecology: Declining Food Resources
    5. Landscape Ecology: Assessing Ungulate Impacts on Forests
    6. Landscape Ecology: Comparability of Joint Space-Use Techniques
    7. Landscape Ecology: Effects of Error in Land-Cover Data
    8. Techniques: Reliability of Cementum Aging Technique
    9. Techniques: Nest-Box Temperature of the Little Penguin
    10. Techniques: Alligator Capture Techniques
    11. Techniques: Black Bear Den Photography
    12. Techniques: Radio-Handicapping Bobwhites
    13. Techniques: Capturing and Marking Wild Capybaras
    14. Human Dimensions: Wildlife Management on Private Land
    15. Human Dimensions: Participation and Opinion Change
    16. Human Dimensions: Attitudes About Lethal Wildlife Management
    17. Diet: Raven Diet and Urbanization
    18. Disease Transmission: Disappearance of Bovine Fetuses
    19. Policy News
    20. Original Article
    21. Opinion
    22. Commentary
    23. Book Review
    24. Our Respects
    25. Information Access: Books and Literature
    26. The Lighter Side
  4. Landscape Ecology: Assessing Ungulate Impacts on Forests

    1. Top of page
    2. Editor's Page
    3. Special Coverage
    4. Landscape Ecology: Declining Food Resources
    5. Landscape Ecology: Assessing Ungulate Impacts on Forests
    6. Landscape Ecology: Comparability of Joint Space-Use Techniques
    7. Landscape Ecology: Effects of Error in Land-Cover Data
    8. Techniques: Reliability of Cementum Aging Technique
    9. Techniques: Nest-Box Temperature of the Little Penguin
    10. Techniques: Alligator Capture Techniques
    11. Techniques: Black Bear Den Photography
    12. Techniques: Radio-Handicapping Bobwhites
    13. Techniques: Capturing and Marking Wild Capybaras
    14. Human Dimensions: Wildlife Management on Private Land
    15. Human Dimensions: Participation and Opinion Change
    16. Human Dimensions: Attitudes About Lethal Wildlife Management
    17. Diet: Raven Diet and Urbanization
    18. Disease Transmission: Disappearance of Bovine Fetuses
    19. Policy News
    20. Original Article
    21. Opinion
    22. Commentary
    23. Book Review
    24. Our Respects
    25. Information Access: Books and Literature
    26. The Lighter Side
    1. Seedling ratios: a simple method for assessing ungulate impacts on forest understories (pages 137–147)

      Peter J. Sweetapple and Graham Nugent

      Version of Record online: 13 DEC 2010 | DOI: 10.2193/0091-7648(2004)32[137:SRASMF]2.0.CO;2

  5. Landscape Ecology: Comparability of Joint Space-Use Techniques

    1. Top of page
    2. Editor's Page
    3. Special Coverage
    4. Landscape Ecology: Declining Food Resources
    5. Landscape Ecology: Assessing Ungulate Impacts on Forests
    6. Landscape Ecology: Comparability of Joint Space-Use Techniques
    7. Landscape Ecology: Effects of Error in Land-Cover Data
    8. Techniques: Reliability of Cementum Aging Technique
    9. Techniques: Nest-Box Temperature of the Little Penguin
    10. Techniques: Alligator Capture Techniques
    11. Techniques: Black Bear Den Photography
    12. Techniques: Radio-Handicapping Bobwhites
    13. Techniques: Capturing and Marking Wild Capybaras
    14. Human Dimensions: Wildlife Management on Private Land
    15. Human Dimensions: Participation and Opinion Change
    16. Human Dimensions: Attitudes About Lethal Wildlife Management
    17. Diet: Raven Diet and Urbanization
    18. Disease Transmission: Disappearance of Bovine Fetuses
    19. Policy News
    20. Original Article
    21. Opinion
    22. Commentary
    23. Book Review
    24. Our Respects
    25. Information Access: Books and Literature
    26. The Lighter Side
    1. Comparability of three analytical techniques to assess joint space use (pages 148–157)

      Joshua J. Millspaugh, Robert A. Gitzen, Brian J. Kernohan, Michael A. Larson and Christopher L. Clay

      Version of Record online: 13 DEC 2010 | DOI: 10.2193/0091-7648(2004)32[148:COTATT]2.0.CO;2

  6. Landscape Ecology: Effects of Error in Land-Cover Data

    1. Top of page
    2. Editor's Page
    3. Special Coverage
    4. Landscape Ecology: Declining Food Resources
    5. Landscape Ecology: Assessing Ungulate Impacts on Forests
    6. Landscape Ecology: Comparability of Joint Space-Use Techniques
    7. Landscape Ecology: Effects of Error in Land-Cover Data
    8. Techniques: Reliability of Cementum Aging Technique
    9. Techniques: Nest-Box Temperature of the Little Penguin
    10. Techniques: Alligator Capture Techniques
    11. Techniques: Black Bear Den Photography
    12. Techniques: Radio-Handicapping Bobwhites
    13. Techniques: Capturing and Marking Wild Capybaras
    14. Human Dimensions: Wildlife Management on Private Land
    15. Human Dimensions: Participation and Opinion Change
    16. Human Dimensions: Attitudes About Lethal Wildlife Management
    17. Diet: Raven Diet and Urbanization
    18. Disease Transmission: Disappearance of Bovine Fetuses
    19. Policy News
    20. Original Article
    21. Opinion
    22. Commentary
    23. Book Review
    24. Our Respects
    25. Information Access: Books and Literature
    26. The Lighter Side
    1. Sensitivity of a white-tailed deer habitat-suitability index model to error in satellite land-cover data: implications for wildlife habitat-suitability studies (pages 158–168)

      Kathleen K. Fleming, Karl A. Didier, Brian R. Miranda and William F. Porter

      Version of Record online: 13 DEC 2010 | DOI: 10.2193/0091-7648(2004)32[158:SOAWDH]2.0.CO;2

  7. Techniques: Reliability of Cementum Aging Technique

    1. Top of page
    2. Editor's Page
    3. Special Coverage
    4. Landscape Ecology: Declining Food Resources
    5. Landscape Ecology: Assessing Ungulate Impacts on Forests
    6. Landscape Ecology: Comparability of Joint Space-Use Techniques
    7. Landscape Ecology: Effects of Error in Land-Cover Data
    8. Techniques: Reliability of Cementum Aging Technique
    9. Techniques: Nest-Box Temperature of the Little Penguin
    10. Techniques: Alligator Capture Techniques
    11. Techniques: Black Bear Den Photography
    12. Techniques: Radio-Handicapping Bobwhites
    13. Techniques: Capturing and Marking Wild Capybaras
    14. Human Dimensions: Wildlife Management on Private Land
    15. Human Dimensions: Participation and Opinion Change
    16. Human Dimensions: Attitudes About Lethal Wildlife Management
    17. Diet: Raven Diet and Urbanization
    18. Disease Transmission: Disappearance of Bovine Fetuses
    19. Policy News
    20. Original Article
    21. Opinion
    22. Commentary
    23. Book Review
    24. Our Respects
    25. Information Access: Books and Literature
    26. The Lighter Side
    1. Reliability of the cementum annuli technique for estimating age of black bears in New Mexico (pages 169–176)

      Cecily M. Costello, Kristine H. Inman, Donald E. Jones, Robert M. Inman, Bruce C. Thompson and Howard B. Quigley

      Version of Record online: 13 DEC 2010 | DOI: 10.2193/0091-7648(2004)32[169:ROTCAT]2.0.CO;2

  8. Techniques: Nest-Box Temperature of the Little Penguin

    1. Top of page
    2. Editor's Page
    3. Special Coverage
    4. Landscape Ecology: Declining Food Resources
    5. Landscape Ecology: Assessing Ungulate Impacts on Forests
    6. Landscape Ecology: Comparability of Joint Space-Use Techniques
    7. Landscape Ecology: Effects of Error in Land-Cover Data
    8. Techniques: Reliability of Cementum Aging Technique
    9. Techniques: Nest-Box Temperature of the Little Penguin
    10. Techniques: Alligator Capture Techniques
    11. Techniques: Black Bear Den Photography
    12. Techniques: Radio-Handicapping Bobwhites
    13. Techniques: Capturing and Marking Wild Capybaras
    14. Human Dimensions: Wildlife Management on Private Land
    15. Human Dimensions: Participation and Opinion Change
    16. Human Dimensions: Attitudes About Lethal Wildlife Management
    17. Diet: Raven Diet and Urbanization
    18. Disease Transmission: Disappearance of Bovine Fetuses
    19. Policy News
    20. Original Article
    21. Opinion
    22. Commentary
    23. Book Review
    24. Our Respects
    25. Information Access: Books and Literature
    26. The Lighter Side
    1. Temperature inside nest boxes of little penguins (pages 177–182)

      Yan Ropert-Coudert, Belinda Cannell and Akiko Kato

      Version of Record online: 13 DEC 2010 | DOI: 10.2193/0091-7648(2004)32[177:TINBOL]2.0.CO;2

  9. Techniques: Alligator Capture Techniques

    1. Top of page
    2. Editor's Page
    3. Special Coverage
    4. Landscape Ecology: Declining Food Resources
    5. Landscape Ecology: Assessing Ungulate Impacts on Forests
    6. Landscape Ecology: Comparability of Joint Space-Use Techniques
    7. Landscape Ecology: Effects of Error in Land-Cover Data
    8. Techniques: Reliability of Cementum Aging Technique
    9. Techniques: Nest-Box Temperature of the Little Penguin
    10. Techniques: Alligator Capture Techniques
    11. Techniques: Black Bear Den Photography
    12. Techniques: Radio-Handicapping Bobwhites
    13. Techniques: Capturing and Marking Wild Capybaras
    14. Human Dimensions: Wildlife Management on Private Land
    15. Human Dimensions: Participation and Opinion Change
    16. Human Dimensions: Attitudes About Lethal Wildlife Management
    17. Diet: Raven Diet and Urbanization
    18. Disease Transmission: Disappearance of Bovine Fetuses
    19. Policy News
    20. Original Article
    21. Opinion
    22. Commentary
    23. Book Review
    24. Our Respects
    25. Information Access: Books and Literature
    26. The Lighter Side
    1. A box-trap design to capture alligators in forested wetland habitats (pages 183–187)

      Wade A. Ryberg and James C. Cathey

      Version of Record online: 13 DEC 2010 | DOI: 10.2193/0091-7648(2004)32[183:ABDTCA]2.0.CO;2

  10. Techniques: Black Bear Den Photography

    1. Top of page
    2. Editor's Page
    3. Special Coverage
    4. Landscape Ecology: Declining Food Resources
    5. Landscape Ecology: Assessing Ungulate Impacts on Forests
    6. Landscape Ecology: Comparability of Joint Space-Use Techniques
    7. Landscape Ecology: Effects of Error in Land-Cover Data
    8. Techniques: Reliability of Cementum Aging Technique
    9. Techniques: Nest-Box Temperature of the Little Penguin
    10. Techniques: Alligator Capture Techniques
    11. Techniques: Black Bear Den Photography
    12. Techniques: Radio-Handicapping Bobwhites
    13. Techniques: Capturing and Marking Wild Capybaras
    14. Human Dimensions: Wildlife Management on Private Land
    15. Human Dimensions: Participation and Opinion Change
    16. Human Dimensions: Attitudes About Lethal Wildlife Management
    17. Diet: Raven Diet and Urbanization
    18. Disease Transmission: Disappearance of Bovine Fetuses
    19. Policy News
    20. Original Article
    21. Opinion
    22. Commentary
    23. Book Review
    24. Our Respects
    25. Information Access: Books and Literature
    26. The Lighter Side
    1. American black bear denning behavior: observations and applications using remote photography (pages 188–193)

      Andrew S. Bridges, Josephine A. Fox, Colleen Olfenbuttel and Michael R. Vaughan

      Version of Record online: 13 DEC 2010 | DOI: 10.2193/0091-7648(2004)32[188:ABBDBO]2.0.CO;2

  11. Techniques: Radio-Handicapping Bobwhites

    1. Top of page
    2. Editor's Page
    3. Special Coverage
    4. Landscape Ecology: Declining Food Resources
    5. Landscape Ecology: Assessing Ungulate Impacts on Forests
    6. Landscape Ecology: Comparability of Joint Space-Use Techniques
    7. Landscape Ecology: Effects of Error in Land-Cover Data
    8. Techniques: Reliability of Cementum Aging Technique
    9. Techniques: Nest-Box Temperature of the Little Penguin
    10. Techniques: Alligator Capture Techniques
    11. Techniques: Black Bear Den Photography
    12. Techniques: Radio-Handicapping Bobwhites
    13. Techniques: Capturing and Marking Wild Capybaras
    14. Human Dimensions: Wildlife Management on Private Land
    15. Human Dimensions: Participation and Opinion Change
    16. Human Dimensions: Attitudes About Lethal Wildlife Management
    17. Diet: Raven Diet and Urbanization
    18. Disease Transmission: Disappearance of Bovine Fetuses
    19. Policy News
    20. Original Article
    21. Opinion
    22. Commentary
    23. Book Review
    24. Our Respects
    25. Information Access: Books and Literature
    26. The Lighter Side
    1. Radiotelemetry studies: are we radio-handicapping northern bobwhites? (pages 194–201)

      Fred S. Guthery and Jeffrey J. Lusk

      Version of Record online: 13 DEC 2010 | DOI: 10.2193/0091-7648(2004)32[194:RSAWRN]2.0.CO;2

  12. Techniques: Capturing and Marking Wild Capybaras

    1. Top of page
    2. Editor's Page
    3. Special Coverage
    4. Landscape Ecology: Declining Food Resources
    5. Landscape Ecology: Assessing Ungulate Impacts on Forests
    6. Landscape Ecology: Comparability of Joint Space-Use Techniques
    7. Landscape Ecology: Effects of Error in Land-Cover Data
    8. Techniques: Reliability of Cementum Aging Technique
    9. Techniques: Nest-Box Temperature of the Little Penguin
    10. Techniques: Alligator Capture Techniques
    11. Techniques: Black Bear Den Photography
    12. Techniques: Radio-Handicapping Bobwhites
    13. Techniques: Capturing and Marking Wild Capybaras
    14. Human Dimensions: Wildlife Management on Private Land
    15. Human Dimensions: Participation and Opinion Change
    16. Human Dimensions: Attitudes About Lethal Wildlife Management
    17. Diet: Raven Diet and Urbanization
    18. Disease Transmission: Disappearance of Bovine Fetuses
    19. Policy News
    20. Original Article
    21. Opinion
    22. Commentary
    23. Book Review
    24. Our Respects
    25. Information Access: Books and Literature
    26. The Lighter Side
    1. Methods for capturing and marking wild capybaras in Venezuela (pages 202–208)

      Viviana Salas, Ernesto Pannier, Carolina Galíndez-Silva, Ariana Gols-Ripoll and Emilio A. Herrera

      Version of Record online: 13 DEC 2010 | DOI: 10.2193/0091-7648(2004)32[202:MFCAMW]2.0.CO;2

  13. Human Dimensions: Wildlife Management on Private Land

    1. Top of page
    2. Editor's Page
    3. Special Coverage
    4. Landscape Ecology: Declining Food Resources
    5. Landscape Ecology: Assessing Ungulate Impacts on Forests
    6. Landscape Ecology: Comparability of Joint Space-Use Techniques
    7. Landscape Ecology: Effects of Error in Land-Cover Data
    8. Techniques: Reliability of Cementum Aging Technique
    9. Techniques: Nest-Box Temperature of the Little Penguin
    10. Techniques: Alligator Capture Techniques
    11. Techniques: Black Bear Den Photography
    12. Techniques: Radio-Handicapping Bobwhites
    13. Techniques: Capturing and Marking Wild Capybaras
    14. Human Dimensions: Wildlife Management on Private Land
    15. Human Dimensions: Participation and Opinion Change
    16. Human Dimensions: Attitudes About Lethal Wildlife Management
    17. Diet: Raven Diet and Urbanization
    18. Disease Transmission: Disappearance of Bovine Fetuses
    19. Policy News
    20. Original Article
    21. Opinion
    22. Commentary
    23. Book Review
    24. Our Respects
    25. Information Access: Books and Literature
    26. The Lighter Side
    1. Landowner attitudes regarding wildlife management on private land in North Carolina (pages 209–219)

      Salinda S. Daley, David T. Cobb, Peter T. Bromley and Clyde E. Sorenson

      Version of Record online: 13 DEC 2010 | DOI: 10.2193/0091-7648(2004)32[209:LARWMO]2.0.CO;2

  14. Human Dimensions: Participation and Opinion Change

    1. Top of page
    2. Editor's Page
    3. Special Coverage
    4. Landscape Ecology: Declining Food Resources
    5. Landscape Ecology: Assessing Ungulate Impacts on Forests
    6. Landscape Ecology: Comparability of Joint Space-Use Techniques
    7. Landscape Ecology: Effects of Error in Land-Cover Data
    8. Techniques: Reliability of Cementum Aging Technique
    9. Techniques: Nest-Box Temperature of the Little Penguin
    10. Techniques: Alligator Capture Techniques
    11. Techniques: Black Bear Den Photography
    12. Techniques: Radio-Handicapping Bobwhites
    13. Techniques: Capturing and Marking Wild Capybaras
    14. Human Dimensions: Wildlife Management on Private Land
    15. Human Dimensions: Participation and Opinion Change
    16. Human Dimensions: Attitudes About Lethal Wildlife Management
    17. Diet: Raven Diet and Urbanization
    18. Disease Transmission: Disappearance of Bovine Fetuses
    19. Policy News
    20. Original Article
    21. Opinion
    22. Commentary
    23. Book Review
    24. Our Respects
    25. Information Access: Books and Literature
    26. The Lighter Side
    1. Improving stakeholder knowledge and agency image through collaborative planning (pages 220–231)

      Nelson W. Lafon, Steve L. McMullin, David E. Steffen and Robert S. Schulman

      Version of Record online: 13 DEC 2010 | DOI: 10.2193/0091-7648(2004)32[220:ISKAAI]2.0.CO;2

  15. Human Dimensions: Attitudes About Lethal Wildlife Management

    1. Top of page
    2. Editor's Page
    3. Special Coverage
    4. Landscape Ecology: Declining Food Resources
    5. Landscape Ecology: Assessing Ungulate Impacts on Forests
    6. Landscape Ecology: Comparability of Joint Space-Use Techniques
    7. Landscape Ecology: Effects of Error in Land-Cover Data
    8. Techniques: Reliability of Cementum Aging Technique
    9. Techniques: Nest-Box Temperature of the Little Penguin
    10. Techniques: Alligator Capture Techniques
    11. Techniques: Black Bear Den Photography
    12. Techniques: Radio-Handicapping Bobwhites
    13. Techniques: Capturing and Marking Wild Capybaras
    14. Human Dimensions: Wildlife Management on Private Land
    15. Human Dimensions: Participation and Opinion Change
    16. Human Dimensions: Attitudes About Lethal Wildlife Management
    17. Diet: Raven Diet and Urbanization
    18. Disease Transmission: Disappearance of Bovine Fetuses
    19. Policy News
    20. Original Article
    21. Opinion
    22. Commentary
    23. Book Review
    24. Our Respects
    25. Information Access: Books and Literature
    26. The Lighter Side
    1. Attitudes of the Michigan public and wildlife agency personnel toward lethal wildlife management (pages 232–243)

      Melissa H. Koval and Angela G. Mertig

      Version of Record online: 13 DEC 2010 | DOI: 10.2193/0091-7648(2004)32[232:AOTMPA]2.0.CO;2

  16. Diet: Raven Diet and Urbanization

    1. Top of page
    2. Editor's Page
    3. Special Coverage
    4. Landscape Ecology: Declining Food Resources
    5. Landscape Ecology: Assessing Ungulate Impacts on Forests
    6. Landscape Ecology: Comparability of Joint Space-Use Techniques
    7. Landscape Ecology: Effects of Error in Land-Cover Data
    8. Techniques: Reliability of Cementum Aging Technique
    9. Techniques: Nest-Box Temperature of the Little Penguin
    10. Techniques: Alligator Capture Techniques
    11. Techniques: Black Bear Den Photography
    12. Techniques: Radio-Handicapping Bobwhites
    13. Techniques: Capturing and Marking Wild Capybaras
    14. Human Dimensions: Wildlife Management on Private Land
    15. Human Dimensions: Participation and Opinion Change
    16. Human Dimensions: Attitudes About Lethal Wildlife Management
    17. Diet: Raven Diet and Urbanization
    18. Disease Transmission: Disappearance of Bovine Fetuses
    19. Policy News
    20. Original Article
    21. Opinion
    22. Commentary
    23. Book Review
    24. Our Respects
    25. Information Access: Books and Literature
    26. The Lighter Side
    1. Diet composition of common ravens across the urban-wildland interface of the West Mojave Desert (pages 244–253)

      William B. Kristan III, William I. Boarman and John J. Crayon

      Version of Record online: 13 DEC 2010 | DOI: 10.2193/0091-7648(2004)32[244:DCOCRA]2.0.CO;2

  17. Disease Transmission: Disappearance of Bovine Fetuses

    1. Top of page
    2. Editor's Page
    3. Special Coverage
    4. Landscape Ecology: Declining Food Resources
    5. Landscape Ecology: Assessing Ungulate Impacts on Forests
    6. Landscape Ecology: Comparability of Joint Space-Use Techniques
    7. Landscape Ecology: Effects of Error in Land-Cover Data
    8. Techniques: Reliability of Cementum Aging Technique
    9. Techniques: Nest-Box Temperature of the Little Penguin
    10. Techniques: Alligator Capture Techniques
    11. Techniques: Black Bear Den Photography
    12. Techniques: Radio-Handicapping Bobwhites
    13. Techniques: Capturing and Marking Wild Capybaras
    14. Human Dimensions: Wildlife Management on Private Land
    15. Human Dimensions: Participation and Opinion Change
    16. Human Dimensions: Attitudes About Lethal Wildlife Management
    17. Diet: Raven Diet and Urbanization
    18. Disease Transmission: Disappearance of Bovine Fetuses
    19. Policy News
    20. Original Article
    21. Opinion
    22. Commentary
    23. Book Review
    24. Our Respects
    25. Information Access: Books and Literature
    26. The Lighter Side
    1. Disappearance of bovine fetuses in northwestern Wyoming (pages 254–259)

      Walter E. Cook, Elizabeth S. Williams and Shelli A. Dubay

      Version of Record online: 13 DEC 2010 | DOI: 10.2193/0091-7648(2004)32[254:DOBFIN]2.0.CO;2

  18. Policy News

    1. Top of page
    2. Editor's Page
    3. Special Coverage
    4. Landscape Ecology: Declining Food Resources
    5. Landscape Ecology: Assessing Ungulate Impacts on Forests
    6. Landscape Ecology: Comparability of Joint Space-Use Techniques
    7. Landscape Ecology: Effects of Error in Land-Cover Data
    8. Techniques: Reliability of Cementum Aging Technique
    9. Techniques: Nest-Box Temperature of the Little Penguin
    10. Techniques: Alligator Capture Techniques
    11. Techniques: Black Bear Den Photography
    12. Techniques: Radio-Handicapping Bobwhites
    13. Techniques: Capturing and Marking Wild Capybaras
    14. Human Dimensions: Wildlife Management on Private Land
    15. Human Dimensions: Participation and Opinion Change
    16. Human Dimensions: Attitudes About Lethal Wildlife Management
    17. Diet: Raven Diet and Urbanization
    18. Disease Transmission: Disappearance of Bovine Fetuses
    19. Policy News
    20. Original Article
    21. Opinion
    22. Commentary
    23. Book Review
    24. Our Respects
    25. Information Access: Books and Literature
    26. The Lighter Side
    1. Policy News : Natural Resource Agency Funding (pages 260–263)

      Caitlin A. Burke, Thomas M. Franklin and Celeste Ruth

      Version of Record online: 13 DEC 2010 | DOI: 10.2193/0091-7648(2004)32[260:NRAF]2.0.CO;2

  19. Original Article

    1. Top of page
    2. Editor's Page
    3. Special Coverage
    4. Landscape Ecology: Declining Food Resources
    5. Landscape Ecology: Assessing Ungulate Impacts on Forests
    6. Landscape Ecology: Comparability of Joint Space-Use Techniques
    7. Landscape Ecology: Effects of Error in Land-Cover Data
    8. Techniques: Reliability of Cementum Aging Technique
    9. Techniques: Nest-Box Temperature of the Little Penguin
    10. Techniques: Alligator Capture Techniques
    11. Techniques: Black Bear Den Photography
    12. Techniques: Radio-Handicapping Bobwhites
    13. Techniques: Capturing and Marking Wild Capybaras
    14. Human Dimensions: Wildlife Management on Private Land
    15. Human Dimensions: Participation and Opinion Change
    16. Human Dimensions: Attitudes About Lethal Wildlife Management
    17. Diet: Raven Diet and Urbanization
    18. Disease Transmission: Disappearance of Bovine Fetuses
    19. Policy News
    20. Original Article
    21. Opinion
    22. Commentary
    23. Book Review
    24. Our Respects
    25. Information Access: Books and Literature
    26. The Lighter Side
    1. From the Field: An easily constructed Tuttle trap for bats (pages 264–266)

      Jeff A. Alvarez

      Version of Record online: 13 DEC 2010 | DOI: 10.2193/0091-7648(2004)32[264:FTFAEC]2.0.CO;2

    2. From the Field: Efficacy of detecting Chronic Wasting Disease via sampling hunter-killed white-tailed deer (pages 267–272)

      Duane R. Diefenbach, Christopher S. Rosenberry and Robert C. Boyd

      Version of Record online: 13 DEC 2010 | DOI: 10.2193/0091-7648(2004)32[267:FTFEOD]2.0.CO;2

    3. From the Field: Automated doors for waterfowl banding traps (pages 273–275)

      E. Paul Ashley and Norman R. North

      Version of Record online: 13 DEC 2010 | DOI: 10.2193/0091-7648(2004)32[273:FTFADF]2.0.CO;2

    4. From the Field: Progress in restoring the aplomado falcon to southern Texas (pages 276–285)

      J. Peter Jenny, William Heinrich, Angel B. Montoya, Brian Mutch, Cal Sandfort and W. Grainger Hunt

      Version of Record online: 13 DEC 2010 | DOI: 10.2193/0091-7648(2004)32[276:FTFPIR]2.0.CO;2

  20. Opinion

    1. Top of page
    2. Editor's Page
    3. Special Coverage
    4. Landscape Ecology: Declining Food Resources
    5. Landscape Ecology: Assessing Ungulate Impacts on Forests
    6. Landscape Ecology: Comparability of Joint Space-Use Techniques
    7. Landscape Ecology: Effects of Error in Land-Cover Data
    8. Techniques: Reliability of Cementum Aging Technique
    9. Techniques: Nest-Box Temperature of the Little Penguin
    10. Techniques: Alligator Capture Techniques
    11. Techniques: Black Bear Den Photography
    12. Techniques: Radio-Handicapping Bobwhites
    13. Techniques: Capturing and Marking Wild Capybaras
    14. Human Dimensions: Wildlife Management on Private Land
    15. Human Dimensions: Participation and Opinion Change
    16. Human Dimensions: Attitudes About Lethal Wildlife Management
    17. Diet: Raven Diet and Urbanization
    18. Disease Transmission: Disappearance of Bovine Fetuses
    19. Policy News
    20. Original Article
    21. Opinion
    22. Commentary
    23. Book Review
    24. Our Respects
    25. Information Access: Books and Literature
    26. The Lighter Side
    1. In My Opinion: Importance of discussion and criticism (pages 286–287)

      T. P. Hutchinson

      Version of Record online: 13 DEC 2010 | DOI: 10.2193/0091-7648(2004)32[286:IMOIOD]2.0.CO;2

  21. Commentary

    1. Top of page
    2. Editor's Page
    3. Special Coverage
    4. Landscape Ecology: Declining Food Resources
    5. Landscape Ecology: Assessing Ungulate Impacts on Forests
    6. Landscape Ecology: Comparability of Joint Space-Use Techniques
    7. Landscape Ecology: Effects of Error in Land-Cover Data
    8. Techniques: Reliability of Cementum Aging Technique
    9. Techniques: Nest-Box Temperature of the Little Penguin
    10. Techniques: Alligator Capture Techniques
    11. Techniques: Black Bear Den Photography
    12. Techniques: Radio-Handicapping Bobwhites
    13. Techniques: Capturing and Marking Wild Capybaras
    14. Human Dimensions: Wildlife Management on Private Land
    15. Human Dimensions: Participation and Opinion Change
    16. Human Dimensions: Attitudes About Lethal Wildlife Management
    17. Diet: Raven Diet and Urbanization
    18. Disease Transmission: Disappearance of Bovine Fetuses
    19. Policy News
    20. Original Article
    21. Opinion
    22. Commentary
    23. Book Review
    24. Our Respects
    25. Information Access: Books and Literature
    26. The Lighter Side
    1. Commentary: The flavors and colors of facts in wildlife science (pages 288–297)

      Fred S. Guthery

      Version of Record online: 13 DEC 2010 | DOI: 10.2193/0091-7648(2004)32[288:CTFACO]2.0.CO;2

  22. Book Review

    1. Top of page
    2. Editor's Page
    3. Special Coverage
    4. Landscape Ecology: Declining Food Resources
    5. Landscape Ecology: Assessing Ungulate Impacts on Forests
    6. Landscape Ecology: Comparability of Joint Space-Use Techniques
    7. Landscape Ecology: Effects of Error in Land-Cover Data
    8. Techniques: Reliability of Cementum Aging Technique
    9. Techniques: Nest-Box Temperature of the Little Penguin
    10. Techniques: Alligator Capture Techniques
    11. Techniques: Black Bear Den Photography
    12. Techniques: Radio-Handicapping Bobwhites
    13. Techniques: Capturing and Marking Wild Capybaras
    14. Human Dimensions: Wildlife Management on Private Land
    15. Human Dimensions: Participation and Opinion Change
    16. Human Dimensions: Attitudes About Lethal Wildlife Management
    17. Diet: Raven Diet and Urbanization
    18. Disease Transmission: Disappearance of Bovine Fetuses
    19. Policy News
    20. Original Article
    21. Opinion
    22. Commentary
    23. Book Review
    24. Our Respects
    25. Information Access: Books and Literature
    26. The Lighter Side
  23. Our Respects

    1. Top of page
    2. Editor's Page
    3. Special Coverage
    4. Landscape Ecology: Declining Food Resources
    5. Landscape Ecology: Assessing Ungulate Impacts on Forests
    6. Landscape Ecology: Comparability of Joint Space-Use Techniques
    7. Landscape Ecology: Effects of Error in Land-Cover Data
    8. Techniques: Reliability of Cementum Aging Technique
    9. Techniques: Nest-Box Temperature of the Little Penguin
    10. Techniques: Alligator Capture Techniques
    11. Techniques: Black Bear Den Photography
    12. Techniques: Radio-Handicapping Bobwhites
    13. Techniques: Capturing and Marking Wild Capybaras
    14. Human Dimensions: Wildlife Management on Private Land
    15. Human Dimensions: Participation and Opinion Change
    16. Human Dimensions: Attitudes About Lethal Wildlife Management
    17. Diet: Raven Diet and Urbanization
    18. Disease Transmission: Disappearance of Bovine Fetuses
    19. Policy News
    20. Original Article
    21. Opinion
    22. Commentary
    23. Book Review
    24. Our Respects
    25. Information Access: Books and Literature
    26. The Lighter Side
    1. Our Respects (pages 301–302)

      Version of Record online: 13 DEC 2010 | DOI: 10.2193/0091-7648(2004)32[301:OR]2.0.CO;2

  24. Information Access: Books and Literature

    1. Top of page
    2. Editor's Page
    3. Special Coverage
    4. Landscape Ecology: Declining Food Resources
    5. Landscape Ecology: Assessing Ungulate Impacts on Forests
    6. Landscape Ecology: Comparability of Joint Space-Use Techniques
    7. Landscape Ecology: Effects of Error in Land-Cover Data
    8. Techniques: Reliability of Cementum Aging Technique
    9. Techniques: Nest-Box Temperature of the Little Penguin
    10. Techniques: Alligator Capture Techniques
    11. Techniques: Black Bear Den Photography
    12. Techniques: Radio-Handicapping Bobwhites
    13. Techniques: Capturing and Marking Wild Capybaras
    14. Human Dimensions: Wildlife Management on Private Land
    15. Human Dimensions: Participation and Opinion Change
    16. Human Dimensions: Attitudes About Lethal Wildlife Management
    17. Diet: Raven Diet and Urbanization
    18. Disease Transmission: Disappearance of Bovine Fetuses
    19. Policy News
    20. Original Article
    21. Opinion
    22. Commentary
    23. Book Review
    24. Our Respects
    25. Information Access: Books and Literature
    26. The Lighter Side
    1. Information Access: Books and Literature (pages 303–304)

      Version of Record online: 13 DEC 2010 | DOI: 10.2193/0091-7648(2004)32[303:BAL]2.0.CO;2

  25. The Lighter Side

    1. Top of page
    2. Editor's Page
    3. Special Coverage
    4. Landscape Ecology: Declining Food Resources
    5. Landscape Ecology: Assessing Ungulate Impacts on Forests
    6. Landscape Ecology: Comparability of Joint Space-Use Techniques
    7. Landscape Ecology: Effects of Error in Land-Cover Data
    8. Techniques: Reliability of Cementum Aging Technique
    9. Techniques: Nest-Box Temperature of the Little Penguin
    10. Techniques: Alligator Capture Techniques
    11. Techniques: Black Bear Den Photography
    12. Techniques: Radio-Handicapping Bobwhites
    13. Techniques: Capturing and Marking Wild Capybaras
    14. Human Dimensions: Wildlife Management on Private Land
    15. Human Dimensions: Participation and Opinion Change
    16. Human Dimensions: Attitudes About Lethal Wildlife Management
    17. Diet: Raven Diet and Urbanization
    18. Disease Transmission: Disappearance of Bovine Fetuses
    19. Policy News
    20. Original Article
    21. Opinion
    22. Commentary
    23. Book Review
    24. Our Respects
    25. Information Access: Books and Literature
    26. The Lighter Side
    1. The Lighter Side (page 305)

      Version of Record online: 13 DEC 2010 | DOI: 10.2193/0091-7648(2004)32[305:TLS]2.0.CO;2

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