Helping resolve human-wildlife conflicts

A Rat is a Pig is a Dog is a boy

Posted by on Apr 4, 2010

I recently reviewed this book by attorney Wesley J. Smith on Amazon.com. Whether you are support or oppose animal rights, Smith’s discussion of the social and ethical issues...

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Acton Institute

Posted by on Nov 6, 2010

Christians, The Care of Creation, and Global Climate Change is yet another work dedicated to exhorting Evangelical Christians to take environmental issues seriously and more...

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Advertising

Posted by on Sep 27, 2012

Business Trucks: Signage or No Signage? I wanted to focus attention on one of the most important aspects of a NWCO’s business, his truck. Other than your own health, your...

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bait

Posted by on Oct 10, 2013

A Bait Holder for Liquid and Chunk Baits Every wildlife control operator (WCO) knows that suspending bait is preferable to throwing it on the cage floor. The problem is how does...

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Recent Posts

Excluding Wildlife From Sheds

Excluding Wildlife From Sheds

Jun 28, 2015

Excluding Wildlife From Sheds One of the most important ways to reduce conflicts with wildlife and vertebrate pests is to reduce the availability of their preferred living areas known as harborage. The concept is quite simple, if the species can’t find a good place to live, it is less likely to remain in the area. At minimum, reduced living areas...

M-44s and Domestic Dogs

M-44s are devices that eject sodium-cyanide into the mouth of canines that pull the device. They are outstanding tools for the control of coyotes (Canis latrans) and foxes (Vulpes vulpes). While important tools for wildlife damage management, M-44s do have a draw back, namely M-44s and domestic dogs can be a lethal combination if domestic dogs happen to...

Stephen on the BBC

Stephen on the BBC Stephen M. Vantassel was invited to participate on the BBC show, “All Things Considered.” Stephen had to compete with 3 animal protectionists in the United Kingdom. We discussed the theology of human-animal relations. Although Stephen has been a critic of Dr. Andrew Linzey for years (who has yet to respond), he was pleased to have...

Window Wells

Window wells that are 4 inches or more in depth may become pit traps for unsuspecting wildlife. Protect wildlife from needless death by covering the with a simple window well cover. One animal you could prevent entrapping is a skunk. And you know how that can end. Share...

Swans versus Canada Geese

Swans don’t always drive away Canada geese. If you were wondering if swans were effective in keeping Canada geese out of a pond just look at this photo. Share...