Allan D.G. (1989) Strychnine poison and the conservation of avian scavengers in the Karoo, South Africa. South Africa Journal of Wildlife Research
Cain S.A., Kadlec J.A., Allen D.L., Cooley R.A., Hornocker M.G., Leopold A.S. & Wagner F.H. (1972) Predator control. 1971: report to the Council on Environmental Quality and the Department of the Interior. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA.
CCAC (2003) CCAC Guidelines: On the Care and Use of Wildlife. Ottawa, Ontario, Canada: Canadian Council on Animal Care.
Carroll C., Noss R.F. & Paquet P.C. (2001) Carnivores as focal species for conservation planning in the Rocky Mountain Region. Ecological Applications
Denney R. (1972) Relationships of wildlife and livestock on some developed ranches of the Laikipia Plateau, Kenya. Journal Range Management
Douglas C.W. & Strickland M.A. (1987) Fisher. In: Wild Furbearer Management and Conservation in North America, ed. Novak M., Baker J.A., Obbard M.E. & Malloch B., pp. 511–529. North Bay, Canada: Ontario Trappers Association.
Eason C.T. & Wickstrom M. (2001) Vertebrate Pesticide Toxicology Manual (Poisons). Department of Conservation Technical Series No. 23. Wellington, New Zealand: Department of Conservation.
Greenwood R.J., Arnold P.M. & McGuire B.G. (1990) Protecting duck nests from mammalian predators with fences, traps, and a toxicant. Wildlife Society Bulletin
Handy D. (2013) Wolf culling woes. Alberta Outdoorsmen September: 11.
Hervieux D., Hebblewhite M., Stepnisky D., Bacon M. & Boutin S. (2014a) Managing wolves (Canis lupus) to recover threatened woodland caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou) in Alberta. Canadian Journal of Zoology
Kelsall J.P. (1981) Status report on the wolverine, Gulo gulo, in Canada in 1981. Report. Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada (COSEWIC), Ottawa, Canada.
Khan S.A. (2010) Overview of strychnine poisoning. In: The Merck Veterinary Manual, Tenth Edition, ed. Kahn C.M. & Line S., pp. 2744–2746. Whitehouse Station, NJ, USA: Merck & Co.
Kranjec J. (2015) Stand up before it's too late. Alberta Outdoorsmen. January Issue: 11.
Lorvelec O. & Pascal M. (2005) French attempts to eradicate nonindigenous mammals and their consequences for native biota. Biological Invasions
Proulx G. & MacKenzie N. (2012) Relative abundance of American badger (Taxidea taxus) and red fox (Vulpes vulpes) in two landscapes with high and low rodenticide poisoning levels. Integrative Zoology
Reynolds J.C. & Tapper S.C. (1996) Control of mammalian predators in game management and conservation. Mammal Review
Sikes R.S., Gannon W. L. & the Animal Care and Use Committee of the American Society of Mammalogists (2011) Guidelines of the American Society of Mammalogists for the use of wild mammals in research. Journal of Mammalogy
Sovada M.A., Woodward R. O. & Igl L.D. (2009) Historical range, current distribution, and conservation status of the swift fox, Vulpes velox, in North America. Canadian Field-Naturalist
Vyas N.B. (1999) Factors influencing estimation of pesticide-related wildlife mortality. Toxicology and Industrial Health
Wade D.A. (1980) Predator damage control, 1980: recent history and current status. Vertebrate Pest Conference
Weir R.D. & Corbould F.B. (2006) Density of fishers in the sub-boreal spruce biogeoclimatic zone of British Columbia. Northwestern Naturalist
Wobeser G. & Wobeser A.G. (1992) Carcass disappearance and estimation of mortality in a simulated die-off of small birds. Journal of Wildlife Diseases
Young S.P. (1942) The war on the wolf. Part II. American Forests
48: 552–555, 572–574.