Wildlife Control

Bobcat involved in attacks on CT golfer, horse, confirmed rabid

Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) officers tracked down the animal and euthanized it after they were called to a Mohegan Sun Golf Course in Sprague, Connecticut, after a bobcat attacked the unidentified golfer that morning. 

Fur Institute updates "Certified Trap List" for 2019

The Fur Institute of Canada announced updates to their list of certified traps this week. The list of approved traps was updated by the Trap Research and Development Committee (TRDC). To meet the needed requirements for AIHTS trap certification, trap manufacturers must test any trapping device they intend to market for use in Canada. This includes mechanically powered, trigger activated lethal devices, as well as live capture foot-hold and cage traps.

"Tube-man hazing" fails to thwart Oregon wolf pack depredation

A pair of wacky waving inflatable arm flailing tube men are out of a job after they failed to deter gray wolf depredation at a cattle ranch in Butte Falls.

MA officials move bears found living in highway median strip

MassWildlife officals discover a bear family overwintering in a wooded section of a busy highway median in Massachusetts.

Love, musk is in the air for New England furbearers!

While Valentine’s Day has come and gone for folks in the Northeast, its safe to say romance, and in this case, gland secretions, still linger in the March air for many of the region’s wildlife populations.