The Secrets of Flying Squirrel Removal 2011 - the last time I revisited this topic was with Kirk Lapierre on our 3rd Anniversary Podcast which also covered his Uncle Kirk’s Bait and lure line and a discussion on Canada Geese.
This week we are gonna revisit Flying Squirrel removal and hope that each of you find the time to join us LIVE for our last scheduled podcast for 2011.
If you ever thought about adding a new service to your business this might be your next money maker. You may not need a pest control license in your state. Check local laws. This podcast is all about offering services for Honeybees, Africanized Bees, Wasps and Hornets David Mcleod will be discussing a new green method of his to remove yellow jackets, hornets, wasps and africanized bee removals. Rob Overton who designed and introduced the Beevac will also be part of our panel of experts on mechanical methods vs using pesticides for stinging insect control.
Rod Allen of Omaha, Robb Russell of Gainesville ,Florida join in on the call as we discuss web design, blogging, SEO and other topics. Much time was spent with George Cera and we discussed setting up a content management system with George. We discussed blogging, Google Panda and other topics.
Rich Fuller, a NWCO operator near New London, Ct and Hartford Ct is working on sites he bought from http://www.domainsbyrobb.com and using Coffee Cup Visual Site Designer. Approx 2/12 hours recorded.
Confessions About The Bottom Feeders
October 16, 2011
We needed a podcast for the US Congress so I brought everyone back to discuss why defending wildlfie services or redefining their missions to just education and research. Our nations debt has more then doubled and peaked at 15 trillion dollars since we first began covering the financial absurdity of even having USDA Wildlife Services doing any trapping services in the field. Listen to our podcast and find out first hand from those who stepped forward and shared how USDA Wildlife Services destroyed their private business and personal families lives using tax dollars to defeat them.
David Mcleod of Georgia Wildlife Services joined me and we discussed how the Weather is changing and critters are already looking for better winter quarters. We will be talking about those critters how to trap them and how to keep them out from a professional’s perspective.
What ate my pussy? or words to that effect on the WpN Discussion Forum. Bruce Roady shared some pics and trying to figure our what has eaten over 30 or so feral cats.
Went to do an inspection on a small farm that has something killing house/barn cats. On first info I thought it was a coyote. there are several in the area. However, Upon seeing pics of half eaten cats, I have my doubts it is a yote. All or almost all bones are left intact. only the Intrails are eaten, and only about half of the carcasses have been carried off.
Now is the real kicker for me. The next farm has lost 12-13 cats in the same manner. The next farm 17 cats in the same manner. Total cats so far, 30-35 cats. In the past month!!!
I am not gonna put these pics on FB so if you want to see them go to WPN!
Coyotes are the most common and most serious predator of livestock in the United States. They prey on big game, livestock, rodents, wild birds, and poultry. This breed of canine, has no natural predator other than themselves. Coyotes normally kill livestock with a bite in the throat, but they infrequently pull the animal down by attacking the side, hindquarters, and udder. The rumen and intestines may be removed and dragged away from the carcass. On small lambs, the upper canine teeth may penetrate the top of the neck or the skull. Calf predation by coyotes is most common when calves are young. Calves that are attacked, but not killed, exhibit wounds in the flank, hindquarters, or front shoulders; often their tails are chewed off near the top. Deer carcasses are frequently completely dismembered and eaten. Drip irrigation system users report that coyotes chew holes in plastic pipe and disrupt irrigation. Coyotes damage watermelons by biting holes through the melons and eating the centers out; raccoons, on the other hand, make small holes in the melons and scoop the pulp out with their front paws. Coyotes will also damage other fruit crops.
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So in a nutshell we are talking predators tonight. Join Us!
Title: Who Ate My Pussy? Vandalia Illinois Mystery Defies Simple Answers.
Episode Notes: Who Ate My Pussy? Vandalia Illinois Mystery Defies Simple Answers. No Robb did not go off the deep end it’s just a catchy title for this years Fall Predator Podcast.
Start Time (EDT): 11/06/11 08:00 PM EST
Duration (minutes): 120