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Trail camera tips for wildlife monitoring Posted on 07 Sep 2019 in the Products & Wildlife categories.

Consider adding trail cameras to your equipment arsenal for wildlife control. Here are a few tips to guide your purchase and use. Read more»

Tips for bird control success Posted on 03 Apr 2018 in the Birds & featured & Technical categories.

Boost your bird business with expert advice for commercial and residential jobs. Read more»

Raccoons, Unmasked Posted on 18 Nov 2015 in the featured & Raccoons categories.

Because this pest can be found in the city, suburbs or country, managing raccoons can help boost business. With their black burglar-style mask and striped tail, raccoons are among the... Read more»

The Wild Side: Opossums Posted on 09 Sep 2015 in the featured & Technical & Wildlife categories.

Are Virginia opossums causing problems for you and your clients? The following facts and figures may help you better manage Didelphis virginianus.  ⦁ Virginia opossums are the only opossum species in North... Read more»

Venomous Snake Control Strategies Posted on 24 Jun 2015 in the featured & Technical & Wildlife categories.

Snakes. Just the sight of one makes some people recoil in horror (or chase it with a shovel). Chances are your customers rationalize this behavior by saying, “It might be... Read more»

The Wild Side: 10 Tips for Better Bat Management Posted on 02 Jun 2015 in the featured & Technical & Wildlife categories.

Many homeowners are afraid of bats, so it’s important to effectively control these animals. Following are 10 tips to help you better manage bats. 1. Don’t confuse mouse droppings with... Read more»

Roadtrip Roundup: NPMA/NWCOA Wildlife Expo 2015 Posted on 31 Mar 2015 in the Events & News & Roadtrip Roundup categories.

MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. — Although early-February snowstorms along the eastern U.S. threatened to cancel air travel and snarl traffic, the Fourth Annual Wildlife Expo was a huge success. Approximately 230... Read more»

The Wild Side: Skunks Posted on 04 Mar 2015 in the featured & Skunks & Wildlife categories.

Skunk odor does not last forever, but can seem to reappear when humidity increases. Here are a few more facts about Mephitis mephitis and their ilk: ⦁ Skunk essence isn’t... Read more»

Groundhog Day: 5 Methods to Control Woodchucks Posted on 12 Jun 2014 in the Rodents & Woodchucks categories.

Biology, behavior and control tips to turn woodchuck problems into profits Woodchucks are short, stocky ground squirrels that weigh an average of 5 to 10 lbs. Their dark brown tail... Read more»

How to Properly Identify Snakes Posted on 21 Feb 2014 in the Wildlife categories.

Properly identifying snakes is essential to reducing customer fear and needlessly killing snakes. Unfortunately, snake identification isn’t easy. Try these four tips: 1. Stay out of bite range — typically no... Read more»