|3:00pm - 6:00pm||Registration and Exhibitor Setup||Lobby|
|6:00pm - 8:00pm||Welcome Reception||Season's Quad
|8:00 am - 5:00 pm||Registration||Lobby|
|8:00am||Welcome, Introductions and Housekeeping||BellSouth Auditorium
||Dr. Mike Mengak|
|8:15am||Emerging Issues in Nuisance Wildlife Management
||BellSouth Auditorium||Robert Hudson - USDA APHIS Wildlife Services
|9:00am||Review of Latest AVMA Guidelines on Euthanasia and How They Relate to Nuisance Wildlife Management
||BellSouth Auditorium||Dr. David Miller|
|9:45am||BREAK||Bellsouth Auditorium Break Station
|10:15am||Investing in Wildlife Damage Management Research: Taking the Long View
||BellSouth Auditorium||Dr. Gene Rhodes|
|11:00am||The Future of Private Industry in Wildlife Damage Management
||BellSouth Auditorium||Mr. Jason Reger|
|11:45am||LUNCH (included with registration)
|12:45pm||Efficacy of Predator Control: Importance of Space, Time and Predator Diversity
||BellSouth Auditorium||Dr. Mike Conner|
|1:30pm||Regulated Commercial Harvest to Manage Overabundant White-tailed Deer: An Idea to Consider
||BellSouth Auditorium||Dr. Scott Hyngstrom|
|GENERAL PAPER SESSION I - FERAL SWINE|
|2:15pm||Characterization of Habitat Attributes Associated with Wild Pig Vehicle Collision Locations||BellSouth Auditorium||James C. Beasley|
|2:35pm||Beyond Surveillance: Towards the management of feral swine diseases||BellSouth Auditorium||Michael J. Bodenchuk|
|2:55pm||Wild Pig Attacks on Humans||BellSouth Auditorium||John J. Mayer|
|3:15pm||BREAK (Posters and Exhibitors)
||Bellsouth Auditorium Break Station|
|3:45pm||Serologic Surveillance of Selected Pathogens in South Carolina’s Feral Pig Population||BellSouth Auditorium||Sheldon Owen|
|4:05pm||Effects of opportunistic shooting on trap visitation by wild pigs||BellSouth Auditorium||Lindsey M. Phillips|
|4:25pm||Feral Swine DNA
||BellSouth Auditorium||Joe N. Caudell|
|5:30pm||Social sponsored by Clemson University - School of Agricultural, Forest and Env. Sci.||Ballroom B
|6:30pm||Dinner (included with registration)||Ballroom B|
|TIME||Concurrent Session I - Avian (BellSouth Auditorium)
||Concurrent Session II - Rodents (Ballroom A)
|8:00am||Blackbird population management to protect ripening sunflower: A historical review. Bradley Blackwell.
||Field assessment of the effectiveness of DiazaCon on reducing gray squirrel reproduction and population. Kristina Dunn.
|8:20am||Parasites of culled double-crested cormorants from the Eastern U.S. Kate Sheehan.
||An overview of the Chesapeake Bay Nutria Eradication Project. Stephen Kendrot.
|8:40am||Nest Site Selection, Habitat Use, and Food Habits of Monk Parakeets in Dallas and Tarrant Counties, Texas. Janet Reed.
||Methods for detecting nutria in an eradication campaign in the Chesapeake Bay ecosystem. Stephen Kendrot.
|9:00am||Brown-headed cowbird (Molothrus ater) response to pyrotechnics and lethal control in a controlled setting. Travis DeVault.
||Prairie Dog Management and Conservation Benefits. Mike Bodenchuk.
|9:20am||Managing raptors to reduce wildlife strikes at Chichago's O'Hare International Airport. Travis Geurrant.
||New rodenticides: update on recent trails. Gary Witmer.
||Break (Bellsouth Auditorium Break Station)||Break (Bellsouth Auditorium Break Station)|
|General Paper Session II (Bellsouth Auditorium)
|10:00am||The Need to Address Black-backed Jackal and Caracal Predation in South Africa.
|10:20am||Human-tiger conflict in India.
|10:40am||Lack of support for coyote control of raccoon populations predicted by the mesopredator release hypothesis.
|11:00am||Bird use of solar photovoltaic installations at U.S. airports: implications for airport safety.
|11:20am||Evaluating subsonic .308 ammunition for use in wildlife damage management.
|11:40am||Why did the terrapin cross the runway?||Laura Francoeur
|12:00pm||Lunch (Ballroom B)|
|General Paper Session III (Bellsouth Auditorium)|
|1:00pm||Trends in wildlife strike reporting at the New York City airports after flight 1549.
|1:20pm||Avian Survey Methods for Use on Airports.
|1:40pm||Efficacy of raccoon eviction fluid: A trial evaluation
|2:00pm||National wildlife control training program.
|2:20pm||Deer-activated bio-acoustic frightening device deters white-tailed deer.||Scott Hygnstrom|
||Bellsouth Auditorium Break Station|
|3:20pm||Use of underpasses and fencing to mitigate deer-vehicle collisions on I-80 in eastern Nebraska.
|3:40pm||Advances in the modern snare.
|4:00pm||Wastewater treatment wetlands: potential hazardous wildlife attractants for airports.
|4:20pm||Business Meeting of the Wildlife Damage Management Working Group
|5:30pm||Social Hour - Cash Bar
|6:30pm||Dinner||Speaker - Dr. Patrick McMillan, Host of the ETV program "Expeditions with Patrick McMillan"|
|8:00am||Board bus at Madren Center for field tour (requires additional registration fee)
||Madren Center Lobby
|8:15am||Depart Madren Center for field tours with various stops around Clemson University and the Clemson Experimental Forest.
|Noon||Travel to Athens, GA (Box lunch provided on bus)|
Tour of University of Georgia Deer Research Facility
|5:00pm||Social and BBQ Dinner at Warnell Flinchum's Phoenix - Sponsored by Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources
|7:30pm||Depart Athens, GA and return to Madren Conference Center, Clemson, SC. Expected return time of approximately 9:30 pm|