Owned and Operated by Gary H. Ure since 1995
"Kingston’s Original Wildlife Guy"


Wildlife Removal Techniques

PASSIVE (Hands-Off) Techniques

  • Habitat modification: removing natural wildlife attractants and opportunities for undesirable species
  • Human disturbance: regular visits to den area
  • Removal by deterrence: visual (lights or moving)
  • Sound: gunshots, bangers, yelling or striking objects
  • Smell/Odour: mothballs, predator scent, urine, ammonia soaked rags, blood-meal, deodorizing den site openings
  • Touch: electrical fencing
  • Exclusion: One-way doors, physical barriers, sheet metal, screen

ACTIVE (Hands-On) Techniques

  • Live capture, caging, netting, noosing, grabbing and hands-on assistance during breeding season
  • Diseased or unhealthy wildlife: trapping, shooting*, poisoning**

*For rabies high risk area
**Second Nature Wildlife Management is not a licenced pesticide applicator and does not promote the use of poison to manage wildlife

As directed by the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources (OMNR 0 Reg. 665.98 s.133{1}a):

If you live capture nuisance wildlife such as raccoons, skunks and foxes, and do not kill it humanely, you must, immediately release on-site of capture. All other wildlife shall be released within close proximity to the capture site (maximum 1 kilometre) and in similar habitat wherever possible. Wildlife relocation is not recommended.

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