Resources for Wildlife

Title Available As Summary Date ID Author
Managing Wildlife Damage: Snakes Nov 7, 2019 420-021 (CNRE-56P)
Guide to Threatened and Endangered Species on Private Lands In Virginia Sep 6, 2018 420-039
Learning to Live with Coyotes in Metropolitan Areas Nov 7, 2019 420-050 (CNRE-57P)
Managing Human-Wildlife Interactions: Black Bear (Ursus americanus)
This brochure provides information to improve readers’ knowledge and understanding of black bears and discusses various options designed to minimize negative consequences from our interactions with black bears in Virginia.
May 11, 2022 420-200 (CNRE-145P)
Sustaining America's Aquatic Biodiversity - Freshwater Snail Biodiversity and Conservation
Six hundred fifty different species of snails are widely distributed across the streams, rivers, and lakes of North America. There are unique species associated with every type of aquatic habitat from the Canadian Arctic to the Everglades of Florida.
Nov 5, 2019 420-530 (CNRE-76P)
Sustaining America's Aquatic Biodiversity - Aquatic Insect Biodiversity and Conservation
The diversity of insects can only be described as amazing. More than half of all known species of living things (microbes, plants, and animals) are insects.
Dec 17, 2019 420-531 (CNRE-81P)
Backyard Wildlife Habitats Oct 28, 2020 426-070 (SPES-247P)
Virginia Master Naturalist, Basic Training Course, Mammalogy Jul 19, 2018 465-314 (CNRE-16P)
Cormorant Predation of Commercial Catfish Aquaculture in the Mississippi Delta Mar 9, 2020 AAEC-231NP
Tree Seedling and Understory Plant Presence in Deer Exclosures on the Matthews State Forest Feb 4, 2022 CNRE-138NP
Managing Human-Wildlife Interactions: Feral Swine (Sus scrofa) May 10, 2022 CNRE-146P
Managing Human-Wildlife Interactions: Woodpeckers May 4, 2022 CNRE-147NP
Managing Human-Wildlife Interactions: Raccoons (Procyon lotor) Jun 9, 2022 CNRE-148P
Managing Human-Wildlife Interactions: Woodchuck (Marmota monax) Nov 8, 2022 CNRE-159P
Large and Unusual Insects Found in Virginia
Several different insects are found in Virginia that cause concern due to their large size and coloration. They are for the most part harmless and just curiosities of nature.
Mar 2, 2021 ENTO-148NP (ENTO-419NP)
Converting pastures to native warm season grasses: Summer forage and wildlife habitat in Caroline County Mar 5, 2021 SPES-308NP
Pesticide Applicator Manuals Dec 17, 2021 VTTP-2