Understanding The Basics Of Masonry Chimneys And What To Do When You Find Racoons In Your Chimney.

On today’s edition of Living The Wildlife, host and wildlife consultant Stephen Vantassel takes us through the basics of Masonry Chimneys and how to deal with racoons hiding in your chimney. #pestcontroltraining #pestcontrol #pestcontrolservice #pest #termitecontrol #pestmanagement #bugs #pestcontrollife #antirayap #covid #termites #insects #bedbugs #rodentcontrol #pests #fumigation #rayap #exterminator #termite #ants #fogging #hunting #rats #basmirayap…

Understanding How Carbon Monoxide Fumigation Works

On today’s edition of Living The Wildlife Podcast, wildlife control consultant Stephen Vantassel discusses the basics of Carbon Monoxide Fumigation. In particular, this episode focuses on carbon monoxide as a component of carbon monoxide fumigation. Throughout today’s edition, he’ll discuss vertebrae control, aerosols, pesticides and other formulation differences. He’ll also discuss advantages and disadvantages in…

Living The Wildlife Podcast’s Stephen Vantassel: “The Connector Trap” Product Demo

On today’s edition, wildlife control consultant Stephen Vantassel demos “The Connector Trap” by Bud’s Trap Company, LLC. “The Connector” was designed to create another tool for a lethal trapping method among wildlife/Pest Control experts. Weighing only 2lbs, it is dark brown in color to minimize attention while set for a target animal. In addition to…

The Reality Of Charitable Giving For The Wildlife Control Business Owner

On today’s edition of The Living The Wildlife Podcast With Stephen Vantassel, we discuss the challenges of charitable giving for the small wildlife control business owner. #pestcontroltraining #pestcontrol #pestcontrolservice #pest #termitecontrol #pestmanagement #bugs #pestcontrollife #antirayap #covid #termites #insects #bedbugs #rodentcontrol #pests #fumigation #rayap #exterminator #termite #ants #fogging #hunting #rats #basmirayap #pestfree #like #mice #cleaning #bhfyp…

Living The Wildlife Host Stephen Vantassel Interviews Jordi Segers: Coordinator of the White Nose Syndrome Program Canada

On today’s edition of the Living The Wildlife Podcast, host Stephen Vantassel welcomes guest Jordi Segers, Coordinator of the White-Nose Syndrome Program in Canada to better understand the threat White-Nose syndrome poses to bats and what the means for the ecology. #pestcontroltraining #pestcontrol #pestcontrolservice #pest #termitecontrol #pestmanagement #bugs #pestcontrollife #antirayap #covid #termites #insects #bedbugs #rodentcontrol…

Mike Martin and C.Gotlibowski of pestwildlifeproducts.com Join Stephen Vantassel to discuss their journey into pest and wildlife control.

Stephen Vantassel Interviews Mike Martin and C.Gotlibowski of pestwildlifeproducts.com to discuss their journey into pest and wildlife control. Featuring rat traps, chipmunks removal tips. #pestcontroltraining #pestcontrol #pestcontrolservice #pest #termitecontrol #pestmanagement #bugs #pestcontrollife #antirayap #covid #termites #insects #bedbugs #rodentcontrol #pests #fumigation #rayap #exterminator #termite #ants #fogging #hunting #rats #basmirayap #pestfree #like #mice #cleaning #bhfyp #jasapembasmihama #bhfyp…

How Understanding Bird Damage in Cherry Orchards Can Help You Protect Other Fruit Trees

Bird damage in cherry orchards can give you an insight into protecting fruit trees in general. On today’s edition of the Living The Wildlife Podcast, wildlife control consultant Stephen Vantassel discusses why understanding bird damage in Cherry orchards can help you apply techniques and principles to protecting fruit trees in general. #pestcontroltraining #pestcontrol #pestcontrolservice #pest…

What You Need To Know About Active Ingredients In The Rodenticide Known As Bromethalin

Starting with the Non-anticoagulant, fat soluble and relatively fast acting characteristics of this rodenticide and its effect on the nervous system, Stephen ends it with a wake up call to all professionals whose clients decide they can do their own pest control with the same chemicals and no training.On today’s edition of Living The Wildlife…