Book Review By Stephen Vantassel: ‘Key Questions in Urban Pest Management’ (Partho Dhang)

Host and wildlife control consultant Stephen Vantassel reviews ‘Key Questions in Urban Pest Management’ By Partho Dhang on today’s edition of the Living The Wildlife podcast. This publication offers knowledge and training in this field vital for professional and trainee pest managers. It is specifically intended to provide an aid to such candidates. The book…

An Overview Of Biological Issues Regarding Porcupines With Wildlife Control Consultant Stephen Vantassel

Before getting into the specificity of porcupine control in upcoming episodes, Stephen will address several biological issues as they relate to porcupine. On today’s episode of the Living The Wildlife Podcast, host and wildlife control consultant Stephen Vantassel gives us a brief overview of porcupine biology. Porcupines are known as large rodents with coats of…

Feral Pig Baiting With Stephen Vantassel & Guest Lee Williamson (Wildlife Biologist At Texas Parks & Wildlife).

Having discussed the challenges of feral pig baiting within the last few weeks, on today’s edition of the Living The Wildlife Podcast, host and wildlife control consultant Stephen Vantassel welcomes guest wildlife biologist Lee Williamson (Texas Parks & Wildlife) who has extensive experience with the reduction of feral pig populations through mammal pesticides developed over…

Host And Wildlife Control Consultant Stephen Vantassel Welcomes Dr. Michael Wierda For A Brief Discussion On The Importance Of Wearing Respirators

Join us for today’s discussion on the importance of wearing respirators. On today’s edition of the Living The Wildlife Podcast, host and wildlife control consultant Stephen Vantassel welcomes Dr. Michael Wierda for a brief discussion on the importance of wearing respirators. Dr. Michael Wierda is an Assistant Professor in Extension with Utah State University and…

Reviewing Albert Taylor’s ‘Fundamentals Of Mantracking’

If you are a wildlife control professional, you need to watch this video. On today’s edition of Living The Wildlife, host and wildlife control consultant Stephen Vantassel reviews the Fundamentals Of Mantracking. Stephen discusses his passion for inspection, particularly wildlife damage inspection, identifying signs of animals that will ensure we do proper control over the…

Stephen Vantassel Discusses The Humaneness Of Traditional Methods Of Wildlife Control On This Edition Of The Living The Wildlife Podcast.

The quality of compassion or consideration for animals is a concern that is increasingly important in today’s world. On today’s edition of the Living The Wildlife Podcast with host and wildlife control consultant Stephen Vantassel, we explore the issue of the humaneness of wildlife control methods as we witness growing concern around the country about…

Beaver Trapping With The Bailey Beaver Trap: A Product Review By Wildlife Control Consultant Stephen Vantassel

Today’s video finds wildlife control consultant Stephen Vantassel (Host of Living The Wildlife) giving us an overview of the The Bailey Beaver Trap. Do not skip this video if you are involved with beaver control as a wildlife control or removal specialist. A personal favorite of Stephen’s he is quick to clarify that he does…

Is There Value In Belonging To An Association Or Club As A Wildlife Control Professional?

[wordpress] For many reasons, a considerable number of professionals in the wildlife control industry choose to remain independent of any industry associations. More often than not, they simply fail to see any value in joining an industry association. However, it is undeniable that more often than not, our voices are more effective collectively than as…

Why Should Wildlife Control Associations Lobby Their Government? Because If They Don’t Others Will And This May Impact Your Business Dramatically

Find out why making your voice heard on many topics that impact your business is vital. You may not think lobbying your government for your interests as a wildlife control professional matters to you or your business but it actually should. On today’s edition of the Living The Wildlife Podcast, host and wildlife control consultant…