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Author(s):Knight, Jim
Author Affiliation:Ph.D. and Professor and Extension Wildlife Specialist, Montana State University
Title:Raccoons, bats, snakes and woodpeckers can all make homes on the golf course - sometimes where they are not wanted
Article Series:Coping with unwanted wildlife, part 1
Section:Research
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Source:Golf Course Management. Vol. 81, No. 4, April 2013, p. 94-96, 98-99.
# of Pages:5
Publishing Information:Lawrence, Kansas: GCSAA Communications Inc.
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Animal pest control; Animal traps; Chiroptera; Golf course superintendents; Legislation; Procyon lotor; Recommendations; Serpentes, Ophidia
Abstract/Contents:Discusses the control of different species of animals, including racoons, bats, snakes, and wood peckers, that may become nuisances on golf courses. States the raccoons can be controlled by using traps. Notes that bats can fit through openings as small as 3/8 of an inch, and that all openings into a building must be sealed off to prevent a bat infestation. States that while snakes are an important part of the environment and can take care of other pests, if necessary, can be trapped using glue board. Explains that woodpeckers can be scared away by loud noises and will often leave if sheet metal is placed over areas where they have been drilling. Notes that woodpeckers are protected in many states, and the use of lethal traps often must be approved by a local government.
Language:English
References:5
See Also:See also part 2 "To varying degrees, skunks, woodchucks, mice and swallows can all be nuisances on golf courses, but they can be controlled" Golf Course Management, 81(5) May 2013, p. 90-94, 96, R=220466. R=220466
Note:Includes sidebar, "The research says", p. 99
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Knight, J. 2013. Raccoons, bats, snakes and woodpeckers can all make homes on the golf course - sometimes where they are not wanted. Golf Course Manage. 81(4):p. 94-96, 98-99.
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