Past Conference Presentations

2020 Ohio Community Wildlife Cooperative Annual Conference Presentations:

Monday, November 16, 2020

Animals and Covid-19: The Latest Science and How Animals Will Help End the Pandemic
Barbara Ray, City of Dublin

What is SCRAM?
Adam Turpen, SCRAM! Humane Animal Control and Removal Services

The Plasticene and its Impact on Wildlife
Cathi Lehn, City of Cleveland Mayor’s Office of Sustainability

Tuesday, November 17, 2020

Goose Management: Lessons Learned and Applying them to Natural Resource Management in Cities
Sam O’Connell, City of Mentor

The Wild Art of Communication: Offering Reasonable Solutions to Common Wildlife Conflicts
Barbara Ray, City of Dublin 

Feral Swine in Ohio
Tyler Genders, USDA Wildlife Services

Wednesday, November 18, 2020

White-tailed Deer Damage Management: Does Your Community Have a Deer Problem??
Caleb Wellman, USDA Ohio Wildlife Services Program 

Urban deer population management — is the patchwork approach sustainable?
Brad Bonham and Lynn Tetley, City of Wyoming

City of Mentor’s Urban Deer Program
Sam O’Connell, City of Mentor 

History and Process – New Albany Deer Management Program
Brett Hall, New Albany Police 

Thursday, November 19, 2020

A Look at a Combined Approach to Deer Management
Dave Borneman, City of Ann Arbor, MI

Question and Answer Session with Conference Speakers



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