Animal Damage Prevention Strategies Checklist

This page is a check list for the information contained in our other page Animal Damage Prevention Strategies. This page was originally published in the magazine entitled Massachusetts Wildlife.

"Because an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure"

Food Reduction

because animals go where the food is.

Exclusion

because keeping them out of your house is easier than driving them out

Habitat Modification

because animals won't go where they can't find food or shelter.

 

8/21/10

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