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How To Get Rid of Opossums (In Your House and Yard)

Learn how to safely and effectively get rid of opossums in your house and yard in just a few steps.Opossums can be bad news for homeowners, gardeners, and those raising chickens.Generally they don’t stick around too long unless a female opossum makes a home for her young. Under normal circumstances, opossums will meander through your […]

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Skunks In The Chicken Coop: How To Get Rid of Them

Are you having trouble with skunks in the chicken coop? Learn how to get rid of them and keep your chickens safe, for good!If you suspect that skunks may be lingering on your property or breaking into your chicken coop, there are several steps you should take to get rid of them.  If the prospect of […]

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Identifying 12 Backyard Chicken Predators

Learn which animals are chicken predators, and what signs to look out for.Backyard chickens are all the rage right now. You don’t have to live on a farm or large acreage to enjoy fresh eggs. In fact, many people in urban areas raise chickens both for eggs and meat. Owning chickens is a blast, and they’re […]

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How To Get Rid of Raccoons

Tips on how to get rid of raccoons in your home, yard, or attic humanely and safely.Whether you live in a rural area, or deep in the city, raccoons can move in on your property and cause a ton of damage. They scratch up grass in search of grubs, they chew electrical wires, and they even […]

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How To Identify Signs of Wild Animals

Learn how to identify signs of wild animals on your property by inspecting tracks and scat. It’s helpful to know exactly what type of animal is visiting your property so you can deter it effectively. Many animals slip in and out of your yard under the cover of darkness. Use our easy identification guides to figure out which […]

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How to deal with urban wildlife

Urban wildlife is prevalent due to loss of habitation and easy access to readily available food sources. Read on to learn how to deal with the various wild animals on your property. Like all other animals, urban wildlife are seeking food, water and shelter for their families. Whether we live in the suburbs, a city, or […]

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