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The Bird Damage Management Conference held February 10–13, 2020 in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA provided a forum for professionals from across the United States to discuss and share management approaches, research strategies, policy, and messaging regarding the management of blackbirds (Icteridae), starlings (Sturnus vulgaris), corvids (Corvidae), and vultures (Cathartidae). Mathematical models were presented at the conference and subsequently discussed in a special issue of Human–Wildlife Interactions. Rapidly changing landscape variables point to the need for detailed systematic population monitoring programs with specific objectives. Nationwide periodic monitoring would provide data about changes not only in bird populations due to changing landscapes but also could be used to assess management activities.
Linz, George M.
"Modeling Migratory Nongame Birds: A Plea for Data,"
Human–Wildlife Interactions: Vol. 14
, Article 22.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.usu.edu/hwi/vol14/iss3/22