HUMAN-WILDLIFE CONFLICTS CONTROL

Please complete this form if you would like to be added to our list of individuals who provide assistance with human-wildlife conflicts.  As of January 2019, individual offering trapping services for furbearers in defense of property will need a valid trapping license.  (Furbearers include raccoon, skunk, coyote, beaver, red and gray fox, fisher, bobcat, otter, weasel, muskrat, mink, opossum)

(Please indicate if your services are limited to particular towns by listing them):

Please indicate what type of species control service you will provide (you can check more than one)

*As of January 2019, individuals offering trapping services for furbearers in defense of property will need a valid trapping license.


**For bats, all pest control or nuisance wildlife specialists must follow Vermont’s Best Management Practices for Excluding Bats from Vermont Residences and fill out a nuisance bat work report when excluding bats from buildings. Work conducted by following the best management practices is exempt from requiring a State Threatened and Endangered Species Permit from the Secretary of the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources. Animal Damage/Pest Control professionals following the best management practices and reporting their activities will be identified for public inquiries as Animal Damage/Pest Control professionals in compliance with Vermont Endangered Species law.


***As of January 2019, individuals offering trapping services for furbearers in defense of property will need a valid trapping license.


****As of January 2019, individuals offering trapping services for furbearers in defense of property will need a valid trapping license. Furbearers include raccoon, skunk, coyote, beaver, red and gray fox, fisher, bobcat, otter, weasel, muskrat, mink, opossum.

I understand that by submitting this form I am granting permission for my name and telephone number to be given to people who call or visit the department’s office when they are in need of trapping assistance or other species control methods.

To be removed from the list please email Mary Beth Adler or call (802) 289-0629.

 

 

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