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Transactions of the 05th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference

    Held March 18 to 20 1940 in Washington, D. C.

    Contents

    PART I - GENERAL SESSIONS

    ADDRESS OF WELCOME, Harold L. Ickes

    MESSAGE FROM CANADA, Hoyes Lloyd

    PLANNING FOR WILDLIFE RESTORATION, Ira N. Gabrielson

    KEEPING TABS ON WILDLIFE LEGISLATION, Carl D. Shoemaker

    POLLUTION ON THE RUN, Karl E. Mundt

    HOW GOES THE PITTMAN-ROBERTSON ACT?, Albert M. Day

    THE CCC IN THE WILDLIFE PROGRAM, Charles H. Taylor

    THE RELATIONSHIP OF COMMERCIAL AND SPORT FISHERMEN, Charles E. Jackson

    IS THE FARMER-SPORTSMAN COUNCIL THE ANSWER?, John D. Chalk, D. I. Rasmussen, Frank C. Edminster. Colin M cF. Reed, Arnold Nicholson, J. Paul Miller

    SELLING WILDLIFE TO THE PUBLIC, A. Willis Robertson, Frank Thone, Mrs. Gideon N. Stieff, C. A. Paquin, John G. Mock, Bob Edge, H. W. Hochbaum, John H. Baker, W. T. Spanton

    PART II - SPECIAL SESSIONS

    Fish Stocking Policies

    NEW YORK'S BIOLOGICAL SURVEY AS A BASIS FOR FISH MANAGEMENT RESEARCH, C. W. Greene

    FOREST SERVICE FISHERIES DEVELOPMENTS AND POLICIES IN THE SOUTHEASTERN UNITED STATES, Ancil D. Holloway

    WHAT ARE THE PROSPECTS FOR THE CONTINUATION OF SPORT FISHING IN TENNESSEE VALLEY AUTHORITY WATERS?, A. H. Wiebe

    A COORDINATED FISH MANAGEMENT PLAN FOR NORTH IDAHO, David J. Maclay

    A DISCUSSION OF FISH STOCKING POLICIES IN NATIONAL AND STATE PARKS OF THE SOUTHEASTERN STATES, Willis King

    FISH STOCKING IN THE NATIONAL FORESTS IN THE NORTH CENTRAL REGION AND THE COORDINATED PROGRAM IN MICHIGAN, R. R. Hill

    NATURAL PRODUCTIVITY OF FISH AND CRAYFISH IN RIFFLES, E. L. Wickliff

    PREDATOR CONTROL IN RELATION TO FISH MANAGEMENT IN ALASKA, Carl L. Hubbs

    THE FORAGE RATIO AND ITS USE IN DETERMINING THE FOOD GRADE OF STREAMS, A. D. Hess and Albert Swartz

    SOME FACTORS OF IMPORTANCE IN A STOCKING POLICY FOR TROUT AND SALMON LAKES, Gerald P. Cooper

    Values of Non-Game Species

    ECOLOGICAL CLASSIFICATION OF THE MAMMALS AND BIRDS OF WALKER COUNTY, TEXAS, AND SOME ADJOINING AREAS, Walter P. Taylor

    SOME BIRDS NATURALIZED IN NORTH AMERICA, May Thacher Cooke and Phoebe Knappen

    RELATION OF FRANKLIN'S GULL COLONIES TO AGRICULTURE ON THE GREAT PLAINS, Philip A. DuMont

    THE INFLUENCE OF BIRDS ON LOCAL GRASSHOPPER OUTBREAKS IN CALIFORNIA, Johnson A. Neff and C. C. Wilson

    BIRDS AS A FACTOR IN CONTROLLING INSECT DEPREDATIONS, Clarence Cottam and Francis M. Uhler

    BIRD CONTROL: A STATEMENT OF FEDERAL POLICIES WITH A SUGGESTED METHOD OF APPROACH, E. R. Kalmbach and Johnson A. Neff

    ENVIRONMENTAL IMPROVEMENT FOR VALUABLE NON-GAME ANIMALS, William R. Van Dersal

    THE FISH-EATING BIRD PROBLEM AT THE FISH HATCHERIES OF THE NORTHEAST, Richard H. Pough

    Measurement of Fish Populations

    REPORT ON THE UPPER PECOS RIVER CREEL CENSUS, SANTA FE NATIONAL FOREST, Merle A. Gee

    AN ANALYSIS OF FISHING IN THE TVA IMPOUNDMENTS DURING 1939, R. William Eschmeyer and Clarence M. Tarzwell

    THE FISH POPULATION OF A SMALL POND IN NORTHERN ALABAMA, Clarence M. Tarzwell

    ESTIMATION OF A BREEDING POPULATION OF CHUB SUCKERS, A. Heaton Uderhill

    BEAVER-TROUT RELATIONSHIP IN THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION, D. I . Rasmussen

    MEASUREMENT OF FISH POPULATIONS IN THE RUSSIAN RIVER, ALASKA, Oliver T. Edwards

    EXPERIMENTS ON THE STOCKING OF FISH PONDS, H. S. Swingle and E. V. Smith

    AN ATTEMPT TO EVALUATE THE EFFECT OF STREAM IMPROVEMENT IN CONNECTICUT, George W. Hunter, Ill, Lyle M. Thorpe and David E. Grosvenor

    CONTROL OF GAR FISH IN LOUISIANA, Jame s Nelson Gowanloch

    Wildlife Management on Agricultural Lands

    WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT ON LAND DITCHED FOR AGRICULTURE, Warren S. Bourn

    THE LIFE EQUATION OF THE RINGNECK PHEASANT IN PENNSYLVANIA, Pierce E. Randall

    COTTONTAIL NESTING - STUDY IN PENNSYLVANIA, John D. Beule

    NESTING COVER USED BY MEARNS COTTONTAIL, George 0. Hendrickson

    THE EFFECT OF LAND-USE ADJUSTMENTS ON WILDLIFE POPULATIONS IN THE OHIO VALLEY REGION, Charles A. Dambach

    A STUDY OF BOBWHITE FOODS IN RELATION TO FARM PROBLEMS IN NORTHERN MISSISSIPPI, J. A. Johnson

    IS WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT PRACTICAL NEAR POPULATION CENTERS?, Merrill C. Gilfillan

    WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT IN COAL STRIPPED LAND, Lee E. Yeager

    REGULATED PRIVATE SHOOTING PRESERVES IN CONNECTICUT, Leslie A. Williamson

    WHY MORE WILDLIFE IS NOT PRODUCED ON AGRICULTURAL LAND, J. Paul Miller and Burwell B. Powell

    Waterfowl Habitat Management

    COLLECTING AND STORING SEEDS OF WATERFOWL FOOD PLANTS FOR PROPAGATION, W. F. Kubicheck

    STUDIES PRELIMINARY TO A WATERFOWL HABITAT RESTORATION PROGRAM ALONG THE ILLINOIS RIVER, Harry G. Anderson

    WATERFOWL MANAGEMENT ON THE ATLANTIC COAST REFUGES, Richard E. Griffith

    RESTORATION OF WATERFOWL HABITAT IN WESTERN CANADA, B. W. Cartwright

    CANADA GOOSE HABITATS IN UTAH AND OREGON, C. S. Williams and C. A. Sooter

    SMALL AREA MANAGEMENT FOR WATERFOWL, Miles D. Pirnie

    WOOD DUCK HABITAT MANAGEMENT IN ILLINOIS, Arthur S. Hawkins and Frank C. Bellrose, Jr.

    THE MUSKRAT: A FACTOR IN WATERFOWL HABITAT MANAGEMENT, William T. Krummes

    CROW-WATERFOWL RELATIONSHIPS ON FEDERAL REFUGES, Merrill C. Hammond

    Introduced Species

    THE HUNGARIAN AND CHUKAR PARTRIDGES IN PENNSYLVANIA, Richard Gerstell

    THE INTRODUCTION AND TRANSPLANTATION OF GAME BIRDS AND MAMMALS INTO THE STATE OF NEW YORK, Gardiner Bump

    THE ROLE OF EXOTICS IN THE OHIO VALLEY, Lawrence E. Hicks

    GAME INTRODUCTIONS IN MICHIGAN, H. D. Ruhl

    POSSIBLE TEMPERATURE FACTORS IN NORTH CENTRAL PHEASANT DISTRIBUTION, Rudolf Bennitt and Harold V. Terrill

    THE CHUKAR AND HUNGARIAN PARTRIDGES IN AMERICA, Clarence Cottam, Arnold L. Nelson and Lawrence W. Saylor

    WILDLIFE INTRODUCTIONS IN ALASKA, Olaus J. Murie

    THE EUROPEAN WILD HOG IN AMERICA, A. C. Shaw

    ROCKY MOUNTAIN GOATS IN THE BLACK HILLS OF SOUTH DAKOTA, Lloyd W. Swift

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