Want To Work With Wildlife? Become A Wildlife Management Professional!

Mark Dotson

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Wildlife can get out of control at times and someone is needed to put it “back in control". Wildlife managers do this every day.

From rescuing a squirrel that took a wrong turn down a chimney to a garter snake that made its way under the door, this is normal territory for the Professional Nuisance Wildlife Manager.

So many people would love to work with wildlife and struggle to find a job in the governmental sector. They often do not know that there are many private company opportunities that exist in wildlife management.

Governmental jobs are hard to come by and the ones who have these jobs keep them for as long as they can. This makes it difficult for a person who just graduated from college or someone who has a real interest in a wildlife career.

Our country has grown exponentially. This growth has created wildlife conflicts with homeowners and commercial buildings. This problem will continue to grow with the growth of our nation.

A wildlife manager is called upon to resolve many different types of wildlife complaints. A common complaint is removing squirrels from an attic. The squirrel is one of the most prolific animals that produce two litters a year. With this many young, they have to go somewhere and it sometimes is in your home!

One the squirrels are inside of a home, damage may occur to the wiring and structure. Some of this damage may be quite severe and even cause structural damage or a fire if not correctly promptly.

Wildlife managers will be in demand for a long time to come and provide a very valuable and much needed service.

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Mark Dotson, a 20-year Wildlife Veteran helps people interested in working with wildlife to fulfill their dream. Author of the soon to be released “King of Cages!" book and ebook. Sign up for a regular e-newsletter about working in the field of Wildlife Management at our website. Need help with a wildlife problem or want to start your own business, visit this site http://www.aallanimalcontrol.com/franchise.cfm Need supplies to solve your own problem, check out this site http://www.wildlifedamagecontrol.net


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