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Transactions of the 61st North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference

    Held March 22 to 27, 1996 in Tulsa, Oklahoma


    Opening Session. Reinventing Conservation

    Opening Statement, Rollin D. Sparrowe

    The Environmental Agenda, The Honorable John H. Chafee

    Current Issues in Natural Resource Policy, Peter D. Coppelman

    1995 National 4-H Wildlife and Fisheries Recognition Awards

    Guy Bradley Award, Whitney Tilt

    Special Session 1. Issues and Problems in Predation Management to Enhance Avian Recruitment

    Introductory Remarks, Terry A. Messmer

    Prairie Duck Populations and Predation Management, Raymond J. Greenwood and Marsha A. Sovada

    Environmental Perturbations and Rates of Nest Predation in Birds, TE. Martin, IJ. Ball and J. Tewksbury

    Effects of Predation on Migratory Shorebird Recruitment, Douglas L. Helmers and Cheri L. Gratto-Trevor

    Predation and Galliforme Recruitment: An Old Issue Revisited, George A. Hurst, L. Wes Burger and Bruce D. Leopold

    Impacts of Predation on Passerine Post-fledging Success, Kimberly A. Sullivan and James J. Roper

    Using Landscape Information Approaches to Increase Duck Recruitment in the Prairie Pothole Region, Ronald E. Reynolds, Danny R. Cohan and Michael A. Johnson

    Effects of Mammalian Predator Removal on Waterfowl and Non-game Birds in North Dakota, Pamela R. Garrettson, Frank C. Rohwer, John M. Zimmer, Ben J. Mense and Nancy Dion

    Predator Management to Protect Endangered Avian Species, Gary W Witmer, Janet L. Bucknall, Thomas H. Fritts and David G. Moreno

    Managing Habitat to Enhance Avian Recruitment, I.J. Ball

    Altering Predator Foraging Behavior to Reduce Predation of Ground-nesting Birds, Robert G. Clark, Karla L. Guyn, Robert C. Penner and Brad Semel

    Special Session 2. Conservation Potpourri

    Characteristics of Eastern South Dakota Wetland Basins and Implications of Changes in Jurisdictional Wetland Definitions, Rex R. Johnson, David E. Naugle, Michael E. Estey and Kenneth F. Higgins

    Minimizing Controversy in Wildlife and Livestock Grazing Management, James E. Knight

    A Quarter Century of American Falconry Regulation: An Example of Management/User Cooperation, S. Kent Carnie and Ralph R. Rogers

    Illinois Fur Hunting and Trapping Project: A Case Study in Facing Reality, Mark Damian Duda and David J. Case

    "Wildlife is About as Exciting as Recycling" and Other Viewpoints from the "Uncommitted Public", Therese R. Thompson and George D. Lapointe

    Diversity: Maintenance 1ips for a Double-edged Sword, Sally F. Angus

    Beyond Rhetoric: Facing the New Realities in Fish and Wildlife Agency Management, Spencer R. Amend and Walt Gasson

    Special Session 3. Prescribed Fire and Its Effects on Wildlife Habitat and Populations

    Introductory Remarks, Champe B. Green and Ronald E. Masters

    Monitoring the Long-term Effects of Prescribed Burning on Non-game Wildlife in a Grassland Ecosystem in Central British Columbia, Trudy Chatwin and Ruth van den Driessche

    Restoring Cross Timbers Ecosystems with Fire, David M. Engle, Terrence G. Bidwell and Ronald E. Masters

    Influence on Birds of Dormant Versus Lightning-season Prescribed Fire in Longleaf Pine Forests: Experimental Design and Preliminary Results, R.T. Engstrom, D.B. McNair, LA. Brennan, C.L. Hardy and L.W Burger

    Using Fire and Bison to Restore a Functional Tallgrass Prairie Landscape, Robert G. Hamilton

    Enhancing Oak Regeneration with Fire in Shelterwood Stands: Preliminary Trials, Patrick D. Keyser. Patrick Brose, David Van Lear and Kent M. Burtner

    Effects of Prescribed Burning on Black-capped Vireo Habitat and Territory Establishment, Kevin G. O'Neal, John T. Baccus, William E. Armstrong and Donnie E. Harmel

    Effects of Prescribed Burning on Wild Turkeys, William E. Palmer, K. David Godwin, George A. Hurst and Darren A. Miller

    Responses of Avian Populations and Vegetation to Prescribed Burning in Pine Forests of the Arkansas Ozarks, Amy L. Sa/veter, Douglas A. James and Kimberly G. Smith

    Fire Seasonality Effects on Vegetation in Mixed-, Tall and Southeastern Pine Grassland Communities: A Review, Jeffrey C. Sparks and Ronald E. Masters

    Closing Remarks, Champe B. Green

    Special Session 4. Social and Economic Benefits of Investments in Fish and Wildlife Management

    Implications of Economic Information for Natural Resource Managers: An Alaskan Case Study, Daniel W. McCollum, SuzAnne M. Miller, Philip Janik and Kimberly Titus

    Sustaining Wildlife Values on Private Lands: A Survey of State Programs for Wildlife Management on Private Lands in California, Colorado, Montana, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah and Washington, KaushArha

    Investments in Wildlife Enhancement through Widespread Implementation of Sustainable Agriculture for Social and Economic Benefits, J. Theodore Morris, Peter T. Bromley, John R. Anderson, Jr., Robert C. Abt and William E. Palmer

    Sustaining Wildlife Values in the Public Sector: An Overview of State and Federal Management Issues, Mark Damian Duda and Kira C. Young

    Economics of Wolf Recovery in Yellowstone National Park, John W. Duffield and Chris J. Neher

    Economics of Endangered Species: Bald Eagles on the Skagit River Bald Eagle Natural Area, Washington, Cindy Sorg Swanson

    The Role of Elk Conservation in Sustainable Development: Past, Present and Future on Montana's Rocky Mountain Front, Thomas R. Baumeister. Hal Salwasser and Ashley L. Preston

    Special Session 5. Recruiting, Retaining and Training Consumptive Users of Fish and Wildlife

    Facing Realities in Recruiting, Retaining and Training Consumptive Fish and Wildlife Users, Shari L. Dann and R. Ben Peyton

    Factors Related to Hunting and Fishing Participation in the United States, Mark Damian Duda, Steven J. Bissell and Kira C. Young

    Desertion in the Ranks: Recruitment and Retention of Sportsmen, Jean C. Mangun, Dale A. Hall and Joseph T. O'Leary

    Status of Hunter Education in the United States and Canada, Robert L. Byrne, Gary J. Taylor, Phil T. Seng and Kira C. Young

    Retaining Likely Dropouts from Hunting: New York's Apprentice Hunter Program, Jody W. Enck, George F. Mattfeld and Daniel J. Decker

    Adoption of Home Study Hunter Education to Enhance Learning, Delwin E. Benson and Lawrence J. Hilaire

    Training and Retaining Women in Traditional Fish- and Wildlife-based Recreation, Christine L. Thomas and Diane Humphrey Lueck

    Overcoming Constraints to Women's Participation in Consumptive Uses of Fish and Wildlife, Nancy A. Connelly, Daniel J. Decker and Rebecca J. Stout

    Systematic Strategies for Recruiting, Training and Retaining Hunters and Anglers, James R. Wentz

    Wisconsin Student Hunter Project, Scott R. Craven, Donald H. Rusch and Carl A. Batha

    Recruiting, Training and Retaining Hunters and Anglers: Challenging the Natural Resources Education Community, Bruce E. Matthews

    Special Session 6. The Link Between Long-term Research and Management

    Linking Long-term Research and Management, Paul R. Krausman and Eric G. Bolen

    Long-term Research on the White-tailed Deer/Conifer Thermal Cover Relationship: Aligning Expectations with Reality, Glenn D. De/Giudice and Michael R. Riggs

    Effects of Research on Sage Grouse Management, Clait E. Braun and Thomas D.l. Beck

    Research Contributions to Management of Canada Geese in the Mississippi Flyway, Donald H. Rusch, F. Dale Caswell, Murray M. Gillespie and James O. Leafloor

    Research and Effective Management of Neotropical Migrant Birds, John H. Rappole and Richard M. DeGraaf

    Linking Research and Management Conceptual Designs and Case Studies, Michael L. Morrison, William M. Block, Linnea S. Hall. Laurel L. Christoferson and John A. Martin

    Long- Versus Short-term Research and Effective Management: A Case Study Using the Wild Turkey, Bruce D. Leopold, George A. Hurst and Darren A. Miller

    The Precautionary Principle, Weakening the Link Between Long-term Research and Management, William I. Morrill

    Linking Temporal with Spatial Scales in Wildlife Research, J.A. Bissonette

    Managing Research as an Investment, Bruce P. Van Haveren

    Special Session 7. Issues and Ecological Dimensions of "Forest Health"

    Forest Health and Biological Resources: Making the Connection, R. Neil Sampson

    Restoration of Forest Ecosystem Health: Western Long-needled Pines, W Wallace Covington and R. Neil Sampson

    Forest Health and Spotted Owls in the Eastern Cascades of Washington, James G. MacCracken, Blake S. Rowe and Wade C. Boyd

    Special Session 8. Commissions, Compacts and Councils: Strengthening State-based Institutions

    North American Waterfowl Management Program: State Action to Protect Migratory Resources, Gary T. Myers, Bettina Sparrowe and Ross Melinchuk

    MICRA-From Dream to Reality, Jerry L. Rasmuss en

    Developing the Tools of Cooperative Interjurisdictional ProgramsThe Experience of Statistics and Fisheries-independent Data Gathering in Southeastern Marine Fisheries, Larry B. Simpson and David M. Donaldson

    Cooperative State Action to Address Research Needs - The Experience of the Southeastern Cooperative Wildlife Disease Study, Victor F. Nettles and William R. Davidson

    Cooperative Fish Therapeutic Funding Initiative: States in Partnership with Federal Agencies to Ensure the Future of Public Fish Culture, Rosalie Arlene Schnick

    State Action to Conserve Endangered Species: Bull Trout Restoration in Montana, Gregory T.M. Schildwachter

    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.