Chintimini Wildlife Center: Living With Wildlife Every year as animals move around looking for food, shelter, and places to nest and have their babies, the potential for nuisance wildlife situations arises. While most people are thrilled to see wildlife, not everyone relishes the idea of sharing their property with them. This web page has a great list of simple actions you can take to reduce conflict and live more easily with your resident wildlife.
- Predatory Mammals
- Rats & Mice
The Humane Society of the United States Learn about innovative, effective, and humane approaches for solving problems with wildlife via our “Find Answers to Wildlife Problems” tool below. Humane and non-lethal solutions are given priority when addressing conflicts between people and wildlife.
More info about Nuisance Wildlife?
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Disclaimer: The information above is provided for educational purposes only. We encourage you to do your own research on specific methods that will work best for you and your property. Any beliefs and/or opinions stated by the resources listed above do not necessarily reflect the beliefs and/or opinions of AWPP committee members, Benton County, or their affiliate organizations.