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The Internet Center for Wildlife Damage Management is changing. ICWDM is no longer being administered by University of Nebraska-Lincoln and is now run by Scott Hygnstrom at University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. Please check out our new site and bookmark ICWDM.com National Wildlife Control Training Program-Online has been updated and is now located at ICWDM.com. Please change your bookmark and use our new site! ICWDM is a non-profit, grant funded site that provides research-based information on how to responsibly handle wildlife damage problems. WHAT IS WILDLIFE DAMAGE MANAGEMENT (WDM)? Wildlife damage management is an activity that seeks to balance the needs of human activity with the needs of wildlife to the mutual enhancement of both. Sometimes the solution to an animal-human conflict requires the human to change his or her behavior. Other times, the solution is to change the animal's behavior. Various tools and strategies are used to reduce human-animal conflict, such as behavior modification, repellents, exclusion, habitat modification, relocation, lethal control etc. As can be seen from this site, wildlife damage management is truly a diverse and complex field. We trust this site will help you discover the best way to manage your wildlife-human conflict for the betterment of both. University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point Home Home has been updated and is now located at ICWDM.com . Please change your bookmark and use our new site! Preventing Wildlife Damage Wildlife damage management is an activity that seeks to balance the needs of human activity with the needs of wildlife to the mutual enhancement of both. Home Home

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