State Certified Wildlife Damage Control Agent
(919) 561-0283 email@example.com
More than 30
years trapping and hunting experience.
Member National Trappers Association and
North Carolina Wildlife Federation.
University of Pittsburgh
Having problems with the local wildlife?
Sometimes you can take care of the problem
yourself, all you need is a
Sometimes you need someone to take care of it for you.
I can help you in either case!
I specialize in rural nuisance wildlife management.
· Inspection of property and damages. Free inspection !
· Recommendations for exclusion of nuisance wildlife and Issuance of a State Wildlife Depredation Permit at no charge.
· Live trapping
and removal, or lethal, humane removal of the
nuisance wildlife if necessary. (Note: NC Wildlife regulations prohibit
the live relocation of certain species.)
Wildlife I deal with: (Click on each animal to learn more )
FEES: Always all fees will be discussed
before any work is done. For
removal of most
included are Gray Fox, Red Fox, Beaver, Raccoon, and Muskrat.
For rural wildlife damage control in
Chatham and Wake Counties
“Wildlife Damage Control Agents approved under this program may issue
permits to control wildlife causing damage and assist the landowner in
controlling the animal causing the damage. Wildlife depredation permits
are free, but agents may charge for their services. Fees charged are
between Agents and their customers. The Wildlife Resources Commission
is not involved in any way with fees charged for wildlife damage control services.”
Please note: NC Wildlife Control deals exclusively with furbearers
(fox, beaver, muskrat, coyote, skunk, raccoon, and bobcat), plus squirrels.
By North Carolina State Regulations I cannot deal with deer problems.
I do not do any wildlife exclusion
(although suggested options will be discussed at no charge),
I do not deal with rodents, birds, bugs, bees, or bats.
If you need any wildlife exclusion,
wildlife damage repair, dead animal removal, wildlife
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