Non-Lethal Wildlife Deterrents

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We provide educational information and expert consultation services on the selection and use of non-lethal wildlife deterrents to agricultural operations in Benton County that are anticipating or have experienced conflicts with wildlife.  These materials and services are provided by Benton County, Oregon State University Extension Service, Chintimini Wildlife Center, and Program Advisors.  The Program Advisors include experts in ranching with wildlife, predator ecology, and human-carnivore conflict.

If you have a specific question about non-lethal wildlife deterrents, please contact:

Sheanna Steingass
Environmental Project Coordinator

Information on Living with Wildlife:

Predatory Mammals
Birds of Prey
Nuisance Animals