Easton Wildlife Management Services

By: Easton Wildlife Management Services  09-12-2011
Keywords: management services, Animals, License

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Wildlife wander into our urban areas looking for food and a place to stay where it is dry and free from predators. They bring with them a wide variety of trouble, as anyone who has been confronted with this issue is aware. When dealing with a wildlife situation, several management options, lethal and non-lethal, are available. However, no single method or combination of methods is applicable in all damage situations.
Easton Wildlife Management Services uses humane and industry leading techniques consistently to extract these animals in the safest, quickest pos­sible manner, while regarding effective cost schedules.
In these situations, an experienced, qualified Wildlife Control Officer, like Bill Easton, is imperative. Bill has the necessary skills to correctly decide which method of capture should be deployed. Bill is licensed to carry out the mission effectively and legally.
When involved with wildlife in residential areas, Stress Management is a major factor as to how the particular animal is to be handled. Most mammals respond with positive results when ‘Stress Factors’ are addressed first and foremost. Our equipment is designed with these ‘Stress Factors’ in mind and reassures the animal in a non-threatening way.
Most wildlife damage situations require immediate control of offending animals. Delay enhances the chance of multiplication in wildlife numbers, increasing the risk of both human and domestic animal safety.
Options Open To Licensed Wildlife Managers:
  • Relocation
  • Chemical Immobilization
  • Specie Specific time-controlled lures
  • Toxicant (poisons) – PLEASE note that Bill does not use poison control methods
  • Shooting
  • No action/tolerance
Animal Contamination Services:
  • Bio-hazard removal
  • Disposal of debris
  • Disinfect and deodorizing treatments
With our knowledge and expertise you can rest assured that your residence and/or commercial buildings will be free from airborne contaminations.

Wildlife Relocation
Wildlife Relocation is a much-heated debate at this time in our society, and the guidelines in place are focused on the reduction of “Virulent Diseases”.
With Raccoon Rabies now in the eastern part of the province, it is paramount that knowledgeable and trained professionals only carry out relocation practices. Professionals are familiar with the assorted disease and virus “warning signs” that appear in these animals.
Occasionally, euthanasia by way of a humane device is a more cost effective avenue to dispel these destructive animals and prevent them from high-risk situations and the spreading of disease.
During the process of capture and eventual release, care is given to the fact some animals may be diagnosed with a particular disease or malady. These particulars will be addressed before any release is considered and some animals may have to be euthanized. All terminations will be performed in the most humane and ‘Specie Specific’ method to ensure a painless departure according to the guidelines of the Canadian Zoo and Wildlife Veterinarians Association.

Chemical Immobilization
As a trained Chemical Immobilization Technician, Bill Easton can safely immobilize animals so they can be tagged for genetic profiling, and identification, tested for disease, and relocated safely to a more suitable environment.
By using data from the above, studies can be used to determine a large variety of occurrence within the wildlife population, and are carried out in conjunction with the MNR (Ministry of Natural Resources) guidelines.
It is illegal to trap and/or relocate animals without a license to do so.

Conservation Officers and/or Game Wardens enforce trapping laws and regulations throughout Canada.
A nationwide study concluded that all recorded incidents of human injury from traps, including the spread of disease, were generated from the “Handy Man” approach, which led to the establishment of official Licensed Regulations.

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