Frequently Asked Questions
A. The best way is to visit the Animal Damage Identification Decision Tree.
This area will ask you a series of questions to help you discover what animal is causing the problem.
A. We have a variety of resources to help you properly remove skunk odor.Click skunk deodorizing.
A. The Internet Center for Wildlife Damage Management offers individualized help for both property owners and professional nuisance wildlife damage control operators.
Q. I would like to speak with the professors who founded the site. How can I get in touch with them?
A. As you can understand, the professors are extremely busy. They enjoy
helping the public but their commitments require that they carefully regulate
that aspect of their work. They prefer that you carefully and thoroughly state
your question and/or topic and send it to this email. Chances are he can help you. If he can't, he can forward the question/issue along.
Q. How can I donate a photo to the Internet Center for Wildlife Damage Management?
A. Thank you for your generous offer. ICWDM appreciates the public's willingness to provide images to educate others about the field of wildlife damage management.
Images should be accompanied with the following information
- a note providing the ICWDM full permission to use of the photo. ICWDM only wishes to have non-exclusive serial rights to the photo. You can still use the photo as you see fit.
- Contact information and how you would like to be
credited for the photo (personal name or business name, web address etc.)
- any information on the city/county and state where
the photo was taken
- date or year when the photo was taken (if possible)
- a brief description describing the photo if there is any doubt about what it shows. For example, feces and prints should be identified.
Where can learn how to control a particular nuisance species?
A. The ICWDM has two areas where you can find information on controlling the damage caused by specific species:
- The Prevention and Control of Wildlife Damage handbook is considered the Bible of wildlife damage control in North America. Although a bit dated, it is an excellent place to get an overview of available control methods. Click
to view the table of contents. Prevention and Control of Wildlife Damage Handbook
- We also have individual pages on various species that seeks to provide information that goes beyond what is available in the Prevention and Control of Wildlife Damage Handbook. They are organized under three basic