Wildlife Control

Wildlife Issues to Be Aware of This Summer in South Carolina

Summer Wildlife Issues In South Carolina-

Summer – the warmest, most beautiful, and favored season. The days grow longer and the sun seemingly shines brighter. The increased temperatures compel and urge people to embark on outdoor journeys and adventures. Throughout the State of South Carolina, summer is not only a season, it is a time of transition, a new dimension. Despite… Read More…

How to Protect Your Spring Garden from Wildlife

Rabbit In Spring Garden

Now that your spring garden is in full bloom, it is quite likely that you have observed a wide array of wildlife attempting to maneuver through or consume the vegetables, fruits, and/or flowers that you have worked so diligently to cultivate. Perhaps it was squirrels, wild rabbits, woodchucks, moles, birds, raccoons, or deer. While these… Read More…

Wildlife Safety Tips

Earlier in February, a Gloucester resident’s dog was killed by a coyote in their own backyard. And because of this unfortunate event, Gloucester Police Department offers some safety tips that will help prevent tragedies like this in the future. Do not attempt feed these wild animals. Do not leave your pets outside your home unattended… Read More…

How to Handle Urban Wildlife

Urban fallow deer - Dama dama

Following the increased number of wildlife moving into the urban and suburban areas in Wisconsin, DNR offers to help people in keeping wild animals safe. DNR wildlife biologist Dianne Robinson shares the following tips. Avoid feeding human food to birds and other animals as this may cause spread of disease. Plant natural food including bushes… Read More…

Ways to Keep Your Property Snake-proof

Rainy season is that time of the year when those crawling animals start creeping into your property. But don’t fret because there are a few things you can do to keep these animals such as snakes out of your own yard. Below is a checklist. Keep your backyard free from clutter and other debris. Regularly… Read More…

Tips on How to Remove Unwanted Wildlife from Your Property

Finding unwanted wild animals inside your property can be both dangerous and unsettling. They don’t only pose threat to your health but these creatures can also cause a lot of damage to your home. Below are tips on how to remove these wild animals from your property. Make sure to seal all openings and gaps… Read More…

Ways to Keep Your Wildlife Off Your Property

Wild animals can certainly do damage to your lawn and property. They can get into your garbage bin, make a mess and even eat up all the plants in your lawn. Now to make sure your property is free from wild animals such as skunks and raccoons, here are some tips for you. Cut off… Read More…

Ways to Control Canada Geese Population

While they may be one of the elegant creatures, Canada geese can also be a tremendous nuisance to people especially when they concentrate in one area. And because seeing these birds in large numbers has been a recent phenomenon in Canada, below are some tips on how to disperse them. Mow and spray the grass… Read More…

City of Ashland Controlling Bold Wildlife

Known for having wildlife all over town, the City of Ashland is currently taking steps to keep the wild animals from becoming bolder. After a deer summit was held in September, citizens decided to put new signs to help warn the public about feeding the wild animals. City officials said that if you are caught… Read More…

Protect Wildlife by Keeping Dogs Under Control

Officers of the National park are urging the public especially the walkers to keep their dogs under control during breeding season of wildlife in order to help protect the latter. According to Peak District rangers, new-born lambs and ground-nesting birds are particularly susceptible to harm or injury during spring and early summer. To ensure safety, walkers should never allow dogs to chase or approach farm animals. Your pet dog can get kicked, trampled or even lost for chasing these wild animals. To learn more, click here.

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