The Washington ADCP-a private collaboratice effort to address biological, economical, and social constraints to reduce wildlife damage
- Author(s): Ziegltrum, Georg J.
- Nolte, Dale L.
- et al.
The Washington Animal Damage Control Program (WADCP) operates within the general structure of the Washington Forest Protection Association. The general goal of the WADCP is to resolve wildlife damage issues in an economically feasible and socially acceptable manner. The four components of the WADCP are program management and administration; support of individual member activities; research, monitoring, and surveys; and promotional and educational activities. An overview of each of these components is provided.