There are many humane ways to control wildlife in 'unwelcome' situations and places.For general information to aid in solving common wildlife problems visit The Humane Control of Wildlife in Cities & Towns
web site by the Humane Society of the United States. Please contact your local wildlife rehabilitator or Humane Society
for further assistance. Wildlife rehabilitators can be located on the web by conducting an Internet search using
'wildlife rehabilitation' as the keyword. Local chapters of the Humane Society are listed in the blue pages of your telephone
If you encounter orphaned wildlife on your property, please take time to observe
the animal's behavior before attempting rescue. Many baby animals appear to
be orphaned when actually they are being watched by their parents. Usually the
parents will return once you leave. Please visit the
Wildlife Waystation web site for more information on how to deal with orphans.
Please consult with your local humane society, animal control office, or veterinarian
for advice on how to assist injured wildlife.
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