A crane operator in Ballard, Wash., found unexpected visitors when he climbed up to the cab of his 150-foot tower crane earlier this week — two raccoons. The construction company called an animal damage control business in to trap the … [Read More]
A research team from the University of Wyoming is studying the possibility of using chemical contraception to help control coyote populations. The group, led by zoology doctoral candidate Marjie MacGregor, has been experimenting with deslorelin, a hormone that makes coyotes sterile. … [Read More]
James Dean, a Florida animal damage control trapper, thought he was going to the Gulf Coast to help with the BP oil spill cleanup. Instead, he’s on the other side of the state fishing. The frustrated trapper has been waiting … [Read More]
Use the "Coontrol" trap to control animals causing havoc on property.
Question: Any good tricks for catching skunks when they are in their grubbing mood? [Read More]