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WDFW reminds would-be rescuers to leave young wildlife alone

Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW)

WDFW NEWS RELEASE Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife 600 Capitol Way North, Olympia, WA 98501-1091 http://wdfw.wa.gov/ May 27, 2016 Contact: WDFW Wildlife Program, 360-902-2515 WDFW reminds would-be rescuers to leave young wildlife alone OLYMPIA – With temperatures rising and summer drawing near, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is reminding campers, hikers…

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Bird Control in Aberdeen, WA

Bird Control in Washington

Have wild birds invaded YOUR home? Birds like Starlings can carry disease and will cause damage to your property. At Jack Russell Wildlife Control, we remove those pesky birds and seal up your home to prevent future bird invasions. If you’re in need of bird control in Aberdeen, Washington, don’t hesitate to contact the bird…

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Differentiating me from my COMPETITION

It’s been a while since my last blog post, and I’m sorry about that.  I’ve been very busy.  We never really had a winter slow down this year since the weather was so mild. Wildlife Control In any case, with the huge number of wildlife control jobs available, I am seeing a lot of competitors…

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Fortifying Your house, top to bottom.

I am often asked whether I can keep the animals from coming back, and the answer is YES! Although I can’t possibly detail every possible fortification that houses may need, I will cover the most common.  Starting high, and going low. The CHIMNEY… A lot of homes have chimneys that for whatever reason do not…

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Invasion of the Baby Snatchers

THIS POST BEING SHARED FROM THE WASHINGTON DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND WILDLIFE AS A PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT WASHINGTON DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND WILDLIFE 600 Capitol Way North, Olympia, WA 98501-1091 http://wdfw.wa.gov CROSSING PATHS NEWS NOTES June 2014 Now playing: The invasion of the baby snatchers It’s fawn-napping time again. And we don’t mean baby deer…

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Dozens of Raccoons

Part of the biggest problem I have maintaining this site is the fact that I am so busy this time of year.   I have done literally dozens of raccoon jobs this spring.  Extracting raccoon nests with mother’s and kits from houses. While there are several different methods I might use to extract the animals, the…

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Fun at the Harbor

Sleeping Seal Pup

Clams, Seals, Eagles, Crabs, and Oysters. Well, I was trying to take a family day today, and I would have gotten away with it to, if it hadn’t been for that meddling Possum. We headed out early to Grayland for a rare -1.2 spring tide daylight clam dig.  It took a little over an hour,…

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Spring Rush!

With the warm weather we’ve had so far this month, I expect to get very busy very soon. Although things are cooler and wetter now, I don’t expect the cool will last long.  Spring is here, and warm weather will be more frequent. That means more animals of all kinds getting active nesting.  I have…

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First Raccoon Babies of Spring

Well, the season has arrived.  Raccoons are having their young.  I have been to my first job with young this year.It was a pretty standard operation with the mother having found a gap in the corner where a dormer met the main roof and entering the attic. I went in with my catch pole and…

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