The Anthropocene is proposed as the current epoch, which is “viewed as the period during which human activity has been the dominant influence on climate and the environment”. Many wildlife species, even if they are considered endangered, are overabundant in the ever-shrinking habitat ranges they occupy.
Overabundant species, even native ones, can reduce biodiversity by monopolizing resources, spreading infectious diseases, and changing species composition or relative abundance.
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February 23, 2019, Madison, WI: SpayVac for Wildlife Inc has been accepted as one of the finalists for the 16th Annual Governor's Business Plan competition. https://govsbizplancontest.com/. The contest links up-and-coming entrepreneurs with a statewide network of community resources, expert advice, high-quality education, management talent and sources of capital.
February 22, 2019.  Dr. Bechert’s abstract has been accepted for oral presentation at the International Urban Wildlife Conference in Portland, OR this summer.  Mr. Mark Fraker will be giving a talk titled “Single-dose, multi-year immunocontraception using SpayVac®“ at the 18th Wildlife Damage Management Conference held at Mississippi State University on 26 March 2019: http://www.cfr.msstate.edu/worksho…/wildlifedamage/index.asp"
October 18, 2018. SpayVac-for-Wildlife Inc. receives $50,000 grant from the Public Lands Council to help advance SpayVac® pZP vaccine for horses to market.
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