Deer Removal
White-tailed Deer are very compelling animals, and many citizens take enjoyment in seeing, observing, photographing, or hunting deer. Although a highly valued animal, the white-tailed deer has reached record population levels. Numbers in many states are at all time highs and are continuing to expand. Densities may surpass 40 deer per square mile in some rural areas, and over 100 deer per square mile have been documented near many urban areas. If the biological carrying capacity of an urban area goes beyond its maximum, the habitat quality decreases and the physical condition of the deer herd declines. The habitat quality and deer herd health will not improve unless deer densities are reduced. Such circumstances enhance the possibility of winter starvation due to poor nutrition and disease.
Overall, public perceptions toward deer are becoming more unenthusiastic as deer densities, and deer damage increases. Public concerns include deer crop damage, deer damage to landscape plants, deer car collisions, the transmission of Lyme disease via deer ticks and consequences of high deer numbers on habitat quality for other wildlife species.
Numerous communities are confronting the challenge of managing overabundant deer herds in areas closed to legal hunting and deer removal methods. Repellents, Fencing and scare tactics help reduce deer damage at specific sites; nevertheless, these methods could just move deer and probable deer damage to other locations. With sufficient food sources, a deer herd can double in size every 2-3 years. In the end, some form of population management is needed to control deer herd expansion and manage deer numbers within the social carrying capacity.
Quality deer management practices brought to you by Pro Deer Control; Yes, as a private company we can provide Professional Quality Deer Control for you in the State of Michigan or other States. Deer damage control and deer removal inside city limits or for crop damage. Our trained professionals will do site evaluations and provide solutions to your deer damage problems.
If the option is deer culling, Pro Deer Control will work with the State and City officials to get the necessary permits for a deer cull. We will work with city officials and the department of public safety to address all concerns and safety, if a sharpshooting program is viable as a deer cull option. We have the training necessary to shoot in sensitive areas with all safety concerns addressed. There are other options available besides sharpshooting, capture and euthanization, deer fencing, repellants and habitat modification. All these options when used properly are some of the most effective deer management options available in the USA. Here at Pro Deer Control we are committed to provide a professional service, thru proven scientific deer control plans, research, constant training and a common sense approach to quality deer management. Meeting with the client, gathering info on complaints, deer damage being done, goals of client, sight evaluation, herd estimate, formulating a deer control plan to bring down the deer herd to a tolerable and safe level, and we will even maintain that level with a long-term plan. One deer control method is deer trapping; this is with the use of a drop net system, capturing deer and then euthanization with out firing a shot with in city limits. Crop damage can be reduced to a tolerable level thru our sharpshooters. By controlled hunting plans, incorporating earn-a-buck type programs where hunting would be a safe option.
Pro Deer Control provides deer removal thru deer culling and sharpshooting in these states: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Wisconsin, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wyoming.
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