Bird Damage Management Conference
Blackbirds, starlings, corvids, and vultures cause threats to agriculture, personal property, aircraft safety, and human health. The Bird Damage Management Conference provided a venue for professionals from across the U.S. to discuss and share management approaches, research strategies, policy, and messaging regarding the management of blackbirds, starlings, corvids, and vultures. They focused on developing successful (cost effective and environmentally sound) strategies and tools for bird damage mitigation.
The Conference technical sessions were video-taped for live-streaming and can now be accessed online for viewing. To access the videos, click on the Technical Session Videos link at the top of this webpage. You then will be asked log in. Log In with the password "Starlings2020" to view the videos. For assistance with your password contact email@example.com.
Human-Wildlife Interactions (https://digitalcommons.usu.edu/hwi/) is seeking to publish a special issue devoted to the management of bird damage. Human-Wildlife Interactions (HWI) is the only scientific journal dedicated specifically to publishing manuscripts that report research, management case studies, and policy perspectives designed to enhance the professional management of human-wildlife conflicts. HWI is an open-access journal published 3 times per year. Publication notification and distribution are accomplished via email and social media. For questions about the Conference and contributing to the special HWI issue, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.