Business Phone 1-888-409-PEST (7378) Fax 1(530)527-1613
Inspection~Evaluation~Management Program Developement~Exclusion
Wildlife Pest Management P.O. Box 8022, Red Bluff, CA. 96080
HOW CAN WE BE OF SERVICE?
Our goal is to reduce conflicts between man and animal pests by providing solutions that use the most acceptable and economical methods possible. Our approach consists of the following:
Assessment of existing and potential damage
Survey for conditions attracting the pest
Survey of all on-site environmental factors
Monitoring of program effectiveness applying necessary adaptations
Development of an integrated pest management or behavioral modification
Implementation of pest maintenance program to prevent re-infestation problems
The following methods we use are approved by the Environmental Protection Agency, Fish and Wildlife, and Animal Damage Control Agencies.
*Wildlife Pest Management makes a continued effort to keep up to date on rules, regulations, and technique.
Animals are an important part of our environment, and add to the beauty of our world in the proper wildlife settings. However, wildlife can become destructive pests damaging landscaped areas, homes and other buildings, and commonly contribute to erosion, slope failure and water loss. Additionally, they often carry diseases such as: Bubonic Plague, Murine Typhus, Rabies, Histoplasmosis, Salmonella (food poisoning), Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, Lyme Disease, and others.
PEST ANIMALS (Click on Links for photos)
WHO WE CATER TO?
WPM caters to any of your animal needs. We will service home owners, home owners associations, property management, cemetery, city properties, schools, institutional grounds, hospitals, and/or airports. We work along side of nurseries, landscapers, and Superintendents for such businesses as golf courses, resorts, and hotels.
WHY WE SERVE?
Our goal at Wildlife Pest Management is to create a balance between our clients and wildlife. Most of our commercial accounts are concerned about mounds, burrows, and plant damage caused by pocket gophers, ground squirrels, and destruction of turf, crops and livestock by feral hogs and predators. The plant damage, public safety, and aesthetics alone are enough justification to implement management programs, but adding to this the following additional problems associated with wildlife has greatly increased the demand for nuisance wildlife management services.
Property Damage (Building, Crops and Timber)
Injury and Loss of Pets and Livestock
Call Us With All Your Wildlife Questions!!!
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