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Prevention and Control of Wildlife Damage 1994

"...because an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure."

Protecting Bird Feeders
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Introduction & Disclaimer

Prevention is an imperfect discipline. Animals adapt to our methods and materials and workmanship break and decay over time.  Monitoring and maintenance are necessary in any prevention program. Acting quickly before a problem gets out of hand will save you a lot of trouble down the road.

If you are looking to mitigate a problem that is already occurring please visit the solutions links in the menu bar. If you aren't sure what the cause of the problem is then visit the animal damage identification section. NEVER, NEVER, NEVER secure a vent or hole unless you are absolutely sure the hole or vent is no longer being used.


What do you seek to protect?

Birdfeeders? Structures?    Crops/Gardens/Plants FishPonds? Animals?
Chicadee feeding. Raccoon in a chimney Deer browsing a tree. Photo by Greg Clements Coy pond. Photo by Stephen Vantassel Coyote attacking a sheep. Photo by G. Connelly


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