Humane Wildlife Control in Ann Arbor, MI
The Humane Wildlife Control Society recommends non-invasive solutions to resolve human-wildlife conflicts. This includes:
Determining if the issue needs to be addressed at all
Opting for preventative measures first
Opting for wildlife exclusion as opposed to trapping
If trapping is the only way to solve the problem do so humanely
The Humane Wildlife Control Society screens candidates prior to recommendation. Our process requires any company we recommend to meet the following criteria:
Is properly licensed in for wildlife control
Carries appropriate business licenses and insurance
Complies with all laws and regulations for wildlife control
Adheres to the humane principles listed above.
In , we recommend Humane Wildlife Removal for professional wildlife control services. This is a private company that charges for their services.
If you have any wildlife issues that can be handled by the state government agency for free, the Wildlife Commission can help.
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The State Department of Agriculture may also be able to address your wildlife problem for no charge.
USDA Contact Information: