•Identify the wildlife species involved.

•Before contacting for assistance be certain the problem is sufficiently severe and persistent so as to require action.

•Consider the alternatives in the following order:

•Remove food sources, cover materials or vegetation, overhanging tree limbs, or other means of access that initially attracted and is now holding wildlife in your location.

•Establish protective structures or barriers to prevent wildlife from entering and damaging property.

•Humanely remove wildlife from buildings and grounds. (If trapping, transporting or killing wildlife is involved, a Wildlife Depredation Permit will be needed.)

•Permanently repair buildings to prevent re-infestation.

•Monitor buildings and grounds periodically for recurring problems, taking appropriate, immediate attention to control and prevent damage.

If these measures fail to resolve the wildlife-caused damage, contact our Certified Wildlife Damage Control Agents to handle your wildlife issue for you. Call us today for an estimate. 252-537-0171.  Or email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission 


Main Office

1780 Roanoke Ave
Roanoke Rapids, NC 27870

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