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Fall, Michael W. (1942)



  • Existence: 1942

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Fall, Michael W., 2017

Scope and Contents

Mike Fall was interviewed by Cyns Nelson on May 10, 2017.

This subseries includes a digital recording of the interview, a release form, and a transcript.

Dates: 2017

Fall, Michael W., 2005 - 2010

 Sub-Series — Box 1: [Barcode: NWRC0005-S1-001], Folder: 7
Abstract Mike Fall reminisces about his career, from 1970-2001, with the Denver Wildlife Research Center(DWRC) (later renamed the National Wildlife Research Center), a facility within the USDA's, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS), Wildlife Services. Fall discusses his vertebrate pest control and trapping work in the Philippines and other foreign countries such as Nicaragua, Venezuela, and Bangladesh. He also talks about his work as head of an international program unit, working...
Dates: 2005 - 2010

International Programs Records

Identifier:  NWRC 0029
Abstract The National Wildlife Research Center’s International Program was a collaborative effort between the Denver Wildlife Research Center (DWRC), foreign governments, universities, and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). The goal of the project was to assist developing countries in increasing their food supply by reducing crop losses caused by vertebrate pests. The project ran from 1967-1995. This collection contains studies, reports, maps, images, correspondence, budget...
Dates: Majority of material found within 1967 - 1995; 1957 - 2006

Mammal Damage Unit Records --

Identifier: NWRC 0034

Over the years, the Mammal Damage Unit of the DWRC/NWRC conducted research on coyote predation on livestock; rodent damage to crops, rangeland, and buried cables; and damage to timber production and reforestation efforts caused by deer, bear, and rodents, particularly pocket gophers. The Unit also studied the use of pesticides as well as methods to identify and develop non-lethal or non-chemical alternative management methods for specific wildlife problems.

Dates: 1909 - 2002; Majority of material found within 1940 - 1990

Trapping Oral History Initiative Records --

Identifier: NWRC 0005
Abstract In 2005, the USDA/APHIS Wildlife Services program (Wildlife Services) began work on the Trapping Oral History Initiative. Dr. John Shivik approached Nancy Freeman, NWRC Archivist/Records Manager, in July 2004 with an idea for capturing the experiences and knowledge of Wildlife Services trappers. The goal of the Initiative was to capture the personal stories of retired and semi-retired federal government trappers. Together Shivik and Freeman planned the Trapper Oral History Initiative,...
Dates: 1999-2011 (Bulk 2004-2008)

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Collection 3
Archival Object 2
Mammal damage 2
Philippines 2
Africa 1
Agricultural pests 1
Animal Damage Control Program (U.S.) 1