Managing Avian Damage in Aquatic Habitats

Type
Publication
Date of Publication
September 12, 2023
Price
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Overview

This 11-page publication helps identify and manage the key bird species causing damage in aquatic areas.

Many birds in Texas rely on aquatic areas, such as lakes, tanks, or ponds, for food and shelter. Though these birds can impact fish populations and damage infrastructure, they do not pose a direct threat to humans.

This publication discusses several species of birds most often seen causing damage, how to identify them, and the various management options available for their control. (11 pages)

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