Andrew Stadnik

Andrew is a senior technician with Wildlife Command Center. He’s a Boston native working with us in our St. Louis office. Andrew is passionate about wildlife, NWCOA certified, and has a strong carpentry background; the perfect combination for resolving human-wildlife conflicts in urban areas! If you have met Andrew, chances are you have also met his lovely dog June, who rides along with him most days. When Andrew and June aren’t sniffing out pests, they can usually be found in the woods riding dirt bikes or BMX bikes, or in the garage tinkering with a motorcycle or two.

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About Michael Beran

Understanding Nuisance Wildlife and how nuisance animals affect people, resolving human vs wildlife conflicts with win/win results Specialties: Falconry and avian control are my specialty Falconry-based bird abatement for agriculture, landfills, resorts and other situations with pest bird problems. Falcons can chase gulls off landfills, coastal resorts and golf courses, more efficiently and quieter than other methods. Providing traditional falconry methods to control nuisance birds at vineyards, crop fields, airports, and landfills. "Falconry based bird abatement" is the use of trained falcons and hawks to intimidate and scare off nuisance birds which cause loss of revenue for crop growers, health hazards in landfills, and safety concerns in airfields.