|This business was founded (in 1985) on the belief that wildlife concerns everyone. Influences on my upbringing were conservative - country style.
This little predator roamed the creeks, woods and fields, with my faithful
dog, seeking tadpoles, frogs, salamanders and other easy prey, and I
still get a thrill finding these creatures in the wild. The next step was
learning how to fish. Learning was easy and led me to believe I could next learn
how to hunt and trap. 45 years later and am still learning. In between, I got
a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Delaware Valley College of
Science & Agriculture - farm school and proud of it. Yes, I personally kill,
process, cook and eat my food from tuna to tomato. It keeps me going.
I keep up with developments in a rapidly evolving field by attending seminars and belonging to national and state wildlife associations. It is good to be doing what I am meant to do.
|National Wildlife Control Operator's Association
Certified Wildlife Control Professional
Member of Certification Committee
|Pennsylvania Nuisance Wildlife Control Operator's Association
|Pennsylvania Trappers Association
Past Public Relations Director
Books: Wildlife Pest Control Handbook (1993,) How to Get Rid of Bats (1998,) Pest Exclusion Barriers (2003.)
Newspaper Column: Town & Country (weekly) - Wild Things
Magazine Column : Trapper & Predator Caller (bi-monthly) Animal Damage Control