Wildlife Removal Handbook, 3rd. ed. Rev. & Exp. 2017
The Wildlife Removal Handbook is the book that helped hundreds of individuals start in the wildlife control industry as far back as the 1990s.
It has now been revised and expanded to help the next generation. Chapters have not only been revised to keep pace with the developments of the wildlife control industry, but a chapter on equipment has also been added. Consisting of over 200 pages, chapters cover topics such as:
- Getting started
- Handling gray squirrels, raccoons, skunks, woodchucks and chipmunks
- Deodorizing skunk odor
- Euthanasia and carcass disposal
- Disease prevention
- & More
If you want to get started in wildlife control or just are a landowner wanting to learn how to resolve wildlife conflicts on your own but with the quality results of a professional, then you will want this book.
ONLY $25.00 postpaid (print version) be sure to include your name and address and that you are ordering the Wildlife Removal Handbook.
The third edition is now available on Kindle also at a substantially lower price. Visit by clicking Amazon
Praise From Readers
Rick Headley of Ohio says “We just ordered and started reading the digital version of your latest book. Great experienced-based book! Thanks for taking the time to share it! (Got a used version of your animal dame inspection book on the way.)” 7-16-17.
Stephen, June, 2019
I am glad to share more, though I’m a new NWCO, so it won’t be much.
I found your book on the PCT Store. While I had the state and national books, those are “facts” books. What I was looking for was advice, essentially, on what works and what doesn’t, etc…from someone with actual field experience. Your book helped me greatly in that aspect, as throughout the text you expound on your personal experiences in the field, which in turn saves me time and money by not trying things that don’t traditionally get good results. Super helpful, I’m looking to get the inspection guide next!
Rainey Land, Pest Control Manager
Stephen Vantassel’s reference guides are a must-have for anyone involved with nuisance wildlife management whether just starting out or for those that have been involved with the industry for many years. For those less experienced the guides bring together a wealth of information including everything from hands-on trapping techniques, wildlife biology and diseases, working safely, business and even the ethics involved with wildlife management. For the experienced trapper Stephen’s guides provide a ready reference to keep a business thriving and professional. Stephen’s guides should be part of every nuisance wildlife professional’s library.
Again Stephen, many thanks for the help with the process. I am sure it will prove to be well worth the effort since one of my goals even at the tender age of 60 is to keep getting better.
Have a great Christmas!
Dale R Hodgson, BCE
Regional Technical Manager
Rose Pest Solutions
Cuyahoga Falls, OH
Kathy Caulton of Massachusetts says “The author and specialist in this field has decades of practical experience and intensive research. Highly recommend!”
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