Principles of Vertebrate Pest Control. This lecture is presented in two parts. Each part is 60-minutes in length. Recorded in El Dorado County in the Sierra Nevada foothills. This lecture is by Dr. Terrell P. Salmon, UC Cooperative Extension Wildlife Specialist.
- What makes a pest?
- Habitat Requirements
- Habitat Capacity
- Identification of the Animal Pest
- Understanding Damage Potential
- Understanding the Pest Species
- When Should Vertebrates be Controlled?
- Methods of Control
Watch the program now online:
Principles of Vertebrate Pest Control Part I 57 minutes
For the entire series: UC Master Gardener Lecture Series
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Note: These materials were developed for Master Gardener in El Dorado, Place, Nevada and Amador Counties--located in the Sierra Nevada foothills of California.
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