Helping resolve human-wildlife conflicts

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...

How Many House Sparrows?

Paying attention to details is critical in wildlife control. So how many house sparrows can you find in this photo? Scroll below to see the answer. The answer is 1 on the roof 8 on the fence 1 in the bush So the total is 10!! Share...

Rachel Gehringher-Wiar

Dear Lincoln Journal Star, I am writing in regards to the article on Saturday, July 19, 2014 entitled best critter defense for her garden? An outdoor cat. On page 8 of the neighborhood Extra by Rachel Gehringher-Wiar. Her advice that readers encourage the presence of free ranging cats to resolve wildlife conflicts for garden seriously misinformed the...

Selling Your WCO Business Part 3

Selling Your WCO Business Part 3 This article is part of a 5-part series. These blogs were originally published as “Selling Your Company” Wildlife Control Technology Magazine Sept/Oct 1999. Disclaimer: Article for informational purposes and is not to replace good legal counsel. Advertising for Buyers Obviously the options here are endless. I would...

Selling Your WCO Business Part 1

Selling your Company Part 1 This article is part of a 5-part series. These blogs were originally published as “Selling Your Company” Wildlife Control Technology Magazine Sept/Oct 1999. Disclaimer: Article for informational purposes and is not to replace good legal counsel. One of the differences between a job and a business is you can sell a...