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We have been in the wildlife control industry for well over a decade, operating a sucessful business. Everyday, people ask for help with a particular critter problem. We want to help, but it isn't always possible. Every species of wildlife come with different challenges and there are many different strategies for control. Quite frequently, we received calls from people that are not in our service area.

We have met alot of wildlife control professionals all around the country. There is an active group of professionals that network in social media groups and professional development training. There are some really great operators out there and we want to put you in touch with them. Our list contains professionals at various levels of their career, but we look for those that are established and focused on continual improvement. The Wildlife Control Helpline was developed to share our network with others. Hopefully, you find this resource as a way to narrow down your search for a professional in your area that can handle your wildlife control problem.

We try to maintain a quality listing of member companies in the Wildlife Control Helpline. Generally, we look for wildlife professionals who are leaders in the area they service.

This may be demonstrated by a variety of factors that may include qualities such as:

Commitment - Presenting a topic at a professional wildlife conference
Education - Certified Widlife Control Professional (CWCP), or Degree in Biology Experience - Maintaining a business for over 3 years
Customer Service - Good reviews in sufficient quantity to demonstrate treating customers fairly.
Reputation - Having a professional reputation within the industry circles.

Make that call to the Wildlife Control Helpline, and be connected to a professional in your area. They are waiting to help you today!

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Wildlife Control Helpline, LLC.
While we believe the member companies to be capable operations, website users must rely on their own judgement and due dilligence when hiring to be sure that they are a good fit for them. These are referrals for users and this is an advertising site. We wish you success in solving your nuisance wildlife problem. These company's in no way represent the Wildlife Control Helpline, LLC.