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bate

[bāt]
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In tanning operations, any material used to remove lime from skins and to soften them prior to further processing.
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Western Watersheds Project and WildEarth Guardians, represented by the Western Environmental Law Center, filed formal notice Wednesday they will sue within the next 60 days over bear baiting. Forest officials declined comment, citing policy not to comment on litigation.
After first night's baiting, bait intake was recorded from 29 bait points and later on all of them became active.
Successful removal of German yellow jackets (Hymenoptera: Vespidae) by toxic baiting. Journal of Economic Entomology, 94(4): 811-816.
Over 30 years, I have spent months baiting leopards for myself and other hunters, and it is beyond my experience to have three solid hits by three different cats with no second appearances.
Despite these efforts, 75% of persons who came in contact with a bait were unaware of the baiting operation.
Study coordinator, Shirley Wilson of BASF, said: "The fact that an increasing number are failing to implement most key elements of best baiting practice is a major concern.
Crawfish present in the traps were removed prior to baiting, bait added, and the catch removed after 24 h.
Different baiting studies in Japan have demonstrated lower environmental contamination with E.
Gwent Police are also sending a specially-trained wildlife crime officer to the Countryside Council for Wales Welsh Wildlife and Environmental Crime Conference next week to talk about an operation set up specifically to gather intelligence on badger baiting.
"I must have put in around 60kg of bait over the five weeks, baiting twice a week and resting it," said Andy, who banked 60 carp from the Myton stretch of the river last winter.
As Noonan kept track, other orcas in the park also started baiting gulls this way.
Live baiting, drifting with natural baits and casting with lures also work well.