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USDA Promotes Development of Wildlife Contraceptives

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The USDA National Wildlife Research Center has published a new brochure outlining the development of Gonecon for deer and OvoControl for pigeons, geese and ducks.

| April 27, 2010

The USDA National Wildlife Research Center has published a new brochure outlining the development of Gonecon for deer and OvoControl for pigeons, geese and ducks. 

In the "Solutions Through Science" section of their website, NWRC provides a summary of their various initiatives into wildlife contaception.  If the link does not work, try pasting the following URL directly into your browser: http://www.aphis.usda.gov/publications/wildlife_damage/content/printable_version/wildlife_contraceptives.pdf

  

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