This is the everyday life when your entire family is involved in wildlife control...
On a walk this weekend on the Greenway I captured a couple pictures of wildlife sign (evidence) that the average person might miss.
The first one shows just everyday mud along a bank. It is the industrious work of beavers maintaining the waterway.
The second looks like a marshy area but to us it screams the active trail of beaver. Sometimes it could be otter or muskrat as well. Based upon the size and other evidence (blatant dams) it is obviously beaver.
The last picture looks like old washed out dog feces in the middle of the boardwalk. It is not the negligence of dog owners. It is from coyote. Please note the deer hair that is left behind after the feces has washed out.
When I encourage customers to let the trapper walk the property without accompanying him, it is for this exact reason. Little nuances paint the picture and if distracted something could be missed.
Next time you are walking take note to see what you can catch.
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So let’s think about the cost of trapping when babies are involved. We have to rehab them (if Licensed) or other companies have to find a rehabber. Talk about burning through any profit margins on trapping. 🧐.