Many farmers and landowners have land management goals . They want to increase the quality of their deer herd and turkey numbers. However, there are times when those goals cannot be met. One of those reasons is due to an overpopulation of predators. We specialize in predator management. Working with farmers and landowners, we’ll reduce the number of predators on your land to help you achieve your land management goals.
Similarly, we also work with farmers and landowners to help them control beavers, muskrats and raccoons. Overpopulations of these animals can cause to damage to property. That property includes, crops, livestock, drainage ditches, irrigation canals and streams.
The management of your land is not static. You have constant investments in food plots and habitat restoration. These investments allow you to increase in the quality of your deer herd and turkey numbers. Your land management plan, combined with our predator management will yield a maximum return on your investment.
Residential Wildlife Removal:
In addition to predator management, we also work with condominium associations, homeowners and homeowner associations. We work with them to remove unwanted wildlife. These typically include raccoons, skunks, opossums, ground hogs, muskrats and beavers.
Prior to the setting of traps we develop a wildlife management strategy. The development strategy is done with consultation from the homeowner or the association. Above all, these strategies are the best for long-term success in reducing and/or eliminating the conflict:
- Identifying what is attracting the wildlife
- Developing a strategy to reduce the wildlife conflict or damage
- Executing on the strategy
- Monitoring the strategy
It is important that the strategy be continually be followed and monitored. Consequently, if it isn’t the wildlife will only come back. That is to say, trapping alone will not permanently remove or reduce the conflict.
What We Are Not:
First of all, we do not specialize in the removal of animals inside a residential home, commercial or industrial building. Likewise, we don’t do repair work as a result of damage done by wildlife. Moreover, we are not a wildlife rehabilitation center.
We do not use pesticides or chemicals to remove or control wildlife. It is our belief, that there are more humane ways to accomplish removal of the targeted species. Moreover, chemical and pesticides are harmful to the environment, are indiscriminate in their target and have lasting effects in the food chain.