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"Specializing in the Removal of Unwanted Wildlife"


Predator Control

Dengo Wildlife Control includes services to trap, remove & manage most species of Nuisance Wildlife including Predator Control.

Predators are just about anything that hunts and consumes a prey species for it's own survival. That includes a multitude of animals that walk, fly, slither and swim. Without question, Predators have their place in the big picture and help to balance species that would otherwise become a nuisance. Many Predators fall under some degree of Protected Status and must therefore be managed accordingly.

Predator Control is appropriate when a Client is experiencing a "Predator Problem". We often receive calls from people who "saw a Coyote" and want it removed. Seeing a Coyote is not a Coyote Problem and this holds true for "sightings" of most other Predator species. Predator Control can become necessary when Economic Losses occur or incidents that include Human, Pet, Livestock or Poultry attacks. Clients producing a Commodity that represents an easy source of food may experience Predators that abandon their traditional prey and become "specialists" in the harassment or killing of said Commodity. Common "Commodity Operations" are Sheep, Cattle/Dairy Operations during birthing, Fish Farms, Game or Private Ranches grooming Antelope, Deer, Elk or Exotics and Hunting Leases or Clubs that set aside and groom land for Game Birds. At times these Interests are non-economic such as a Client attempting to create a Sanctuary for one or more species and this may "pull" Predators in from afar and create an imbalanced population in the area. Urban settings can experience Predator issues such as Human attacks (very rare) or Pets that are attacked, killed and eaten. Urban Predator Control issues are the new "normal" throughout the United States and have their own set of guidelines.

Predator Control Programs are flexible and tailored to the specific dynamics of each situation. Successful Programs may include Client participation and procedural modifications. Clients should consider the possibility of Programs being "ongoing or contract appropriate". Predator Control Programs/Inspections/Consultation may be generalized as "labor intensive" and should only be considered for Clients experiencing a genuine problem. Urban Programs (inside City Limits) may require joint cooperation with the local Law Enforcement.

Common Predator Species include:

  • Coyote
  • Fox
  • Skunks
  • Raccoons
  • Badgers
  • Bobcat
  • Mountain Lion
  • Raptors
  • Mink
  • Otter

Clients needing Predator Control:

  • Sheep Ranchers
  • Horse Facilities
  • Federal, State & Local Entities
  • Cattle/Dairy Operations
  • Poultry Operations
  • Hunting Leases & Clubs
  • Game Management Agencies
  • Wildlife Re-Introduction Cultivators
  • Law Enforcement Agencies fielding complaints
  • Fish Farms
  • Private Game Preserves or Sanctuaries

For Professional Predator Control, Call Dengo Wildlife Control

(208) 869-9055





Dengo Wildlife Control - P.O. Box 5634 Boise, Idaho 83705-5634, (208) 869-9055

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