__"Now structural damage doesn't mean knocking down a birdfeeder. It means ripping the tar paper off something or knocking down a door or whatever," says Russ Mason, head of wildlife for the DNRE. The state follows several steps to deal with so-called "nuisance" animals, but landowners apparently want more leeway to deal with the problem themselves. One possibility is to hand out special tags to kill problem animals, but state biologists say an expanded hunting season is just as effective. "Whether it's nuisance geese or nuisance deer we try to push the use of hunting seasons, different license types to address an issue before we move down to the next thing," Mason says.