El control de animales depredadores en la zona fronteriza meridional de Estados Unidos
Arizona, California, New Mexico, and Texas each conducts a predatory animal control program. All work is done only after approval of the landowner, lessee, or land administrator. Funds for these programs come from federal, state, county, and minicipal sources, and from various livestock and game protective associations. Control tools include the steel trap, cyanide gun, strychnine baits, and winter 1080 meat stations. Research is constantly seeking new tools and modifications of old devices. All four border states are prepared to assist in predatory animal control whenever a rabies outbreak occurs. Assistance by demonstration has been provided the states of Chihuahua, Sonora, and Baja California to help control predatory animals in those states. The daily application of approved control methods by trained personnel will effectively reduce livestock and game losses to predators and maintain these predatory animals at a tolerable level. Proper application of these approved control methods drastically reduces the hazard to valuable forms of wildlife
Predator control in the Southern United States Border Area
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