Programs & Funding

NWRC has a diverse research portfolio.  This is indicative of the wide array of conflicts that can arise between wildlife and human.  Research needs are evaluated on a 5-year schedule and stakeholders have the opportunity to comment on the future research direction of the Center.  Currently, there are 13 research projects.

Fort Collins

  • Economic evaluation of wildlife damage management tools
  • Genetics
  • Rabies
  • Repellents
  • Fertility Control
  • Rodent management
  • Ungulate Diseases and Damage
  • Wildlife Pathogens and Food Safety

Philadelphia, PA

  • Chemical sensory perception

Starkville, MS

  • Bird damage in aquaculture

Sandusky, OH

  • Aviation safety

Fargo, ND

  • Blackbird and Starling damage in agricultural crops

Corvallis, OR

  • Forest and Aquatic Mammals

Gainesville, FL

  • Invasive Species and Vulture Management

Hilo, HI

  • Islands and Invasive Species

Logan, UT

  • Predator Management
Lab Representatives
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