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McCloud shares remote monitoring research, insights

May 31, 2018 By
Field-tested research from McCloud dives into the progress being made with remote monitoring systems in a case study. Read more»
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Trapping roof rats with a sweet tooth

September 1, 2017 By
Follow the clues the rats leave behind as they feast on orange trees. At one time, three color variants of roof rats were recognized. They were known by the following subspecies names: Roof, gray-bellied or Alexandrine rat, Rattus rattus alexandrinus.... Read more»
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Squirrel infestation: 35-year nightmare solved

September 5, 2016 By
Every squirrel infestation is annoying, but one that went on for three-and-a-half decades was particularly unpleasant. In 2004, I encountered the ultimate squirrel nightmare. It seemed like something straight from the old TV series “The Twilight Zone.” Imagine the plotline... Read more»
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Raccoonology: Bye-Bye, Bandit Raccoons

June 12, 2014 By
At Animal Doctor, we regularly trap and remove raccoons at residential and commercial locations. We recommend the homeowner, or facility manager at a commercial site to stay clear of doing this work themselves. Raccoons are aggressive and will attack humans.... Read more»
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TrapSmart: WorldWide Solo Unit

March 19, 2013 By
The new TrapSmart WorldWide Solo Unit uses advanced satellite technology to provide instant computer-based monitoring of trapping sites, 24/7, without the need for ground-based cellular communication. The weather-resistant unit provides a GPS web-based, realtime trap information system that includes trap door closed activity, date, time, network status, address,... Read more»
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