Chance M Beran, Falconer with Avian Strike Force pest bird control. Chance has been with Avian Strike Force since the beginning of the concept, to help people with pest bird problems, overcome and win the battle for bird fecal free work environments. Many pest bird problem start with a root cause, food, water or shelter that the birds exploit and utilize to their advantage.
Falconry based pest bird abaetment with Avian Strike Force
Working with birds of prey has been a lifetime love for Chance M Beran, since he was just 8 years old he has been working and flying birds of prey. Helping people resolve pest bird problems is a passion of Chance M Beran, he has a skill few people possess. Identifying the problem is the first step says Beran, obviously the birds or the problem you might think but Beran says the real pest bird problem is deeper. He asks the question,”Why are the birds here and what is keeping them around?” Chance digs for a deeper understanding of the root cause, looking for the beginning of the problem.
Pest birds have a natural and deep seeded fear of birds of prey, being the main course for dinner over 1000’s of years can etch your DNA to fear hawks, falcons and eagles. Exploiting this fear is the goal of Chance M Beran, he uses the natural instinctive fear all small birds have to his advantage.
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Chance M Beran also provides a whole array of wildlife removal services in the Kansas City market, from pest birds in dryer vents to snakes in the basement, raccoons in the attic and bats in the chimney.
Avian Strike Force is a division of Wildlife Command Center focused strictly on pest bird problems.
Pigeon Removal with trained birds of prey and other aggressive measures
Rodents of Unusual Size
Wildlife Command Center – A St. Louis, Kansas City and Albuquerque Based Wildlife and Pest Control Company Receives Honors For Their Design and Role in DOC NYC’s Film: Rodents of Unusual Size Rodents IMDb
Wildlife Command Center’s Michael Beran is being featured in one of the DOC NYC Film Festival’s most acclaimed films of the year, Rodents of Unusual Size.
Michael Beran, owner of Wildlife Command Center, is an industry leader in Wildlife and Pest Control throughout the United States. Wildlife Command Center has locations based in St. Louis, Kansas City and Albuquerque, and has dealt with almost every wildlife scenario imaginable. Their latest venture, Avian Strike Force, even utilizes falconry and birds of prey to rid nuisance rodents and other damaging flight animals for businesses and industrial properties.
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With their industry leading wildlife and pest removal services, it was no surprise when Jeff Springer, co-producer of ‘Rodents of Unusual Size’, asked Michael to be featured in the documentary film. Michael Beran also helped design the intricate tunneling system for the rodents in the set to make the imaging of the film come to life.
With Michael’s expertise in rodent control and knowledge of how the animals live, his role was paramount in the success of the film and the design of the tunneling set, which produced truly captivating cinematography. Wildlife Command Center Rodents
‘Rodents of Unusual Size’ is one of the most anticipated documentaries at the DOC NYC Film Festival and has generated a buzz for film coinessuers across the globe.
The World Premier of the film is set for November 15th, 2017 at the DOC NYC Film Festival.
The films over view is based off of a setting in Louisiana, that has just suffered from hurricanes, flooding and oil spills, but nothing has been as insidious as the nutria. This giant swamp rat, known for its distinctive orange buckteeth, is prone to tunneling and eating plant roots, threatening the region’s fragile wetlands with erosion. The quirky Rodents of Unusual Size follows fisherman-turned-bounty hunter Thomas Gonzales and other colorful Gulf residents, from hunters and trappers to furriers and chefs, as they try to defend their imperiled land from the invasive species.
The film’s producers, cinematographers and bio are as follows:
Official Site: http://www.rodentsofunusualsize.tv
On Twitter: rousdocumentary
On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rodentsofunusualsizedocumentary/
Director: Quinn Costello, Chris Metzler, Jeff Springer
Producer: Chris Metzler, Quinn Costello, Jeff Springer
Cinematographer: Jeff Springer
Editor: Quinn Costello
Music: Lost Bayou Ramblers
Running Time: 71
Narrated by: Wendell Pierce.
You can view a trailer of the film, and see Wildlife Command Center’s Michael Beran at: http://www.docnyc.net/film/rodents-of-unusual-size/
Be sure to catch this amazing film after the World Premier at the DOC NYC Film Festival.
Congratulations to Michael Beran and Wildlife Command Center for their integral part in the film, and a special thank for providing their knowledge of the Nutria and Wildlife Removal Services.
Pigeon removal by the Pigeon Master in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Call me today to discuss your pigeon problem 505-697-7899. I can help you get to zero pigeon population on your facility, having done many many pigeon projects I have learned that the key to success is the three. P’s
Pressure in multiple ways, we like to start by taking out all the leadership of the flock. Follow up every night with one of two very effective techniques.
Persistence, once we start a project we keep the pressure on the pigeons until complete removal is achieved.
Presence always means staying on the project and keeping new arrivals in check, if they show up. Continue reading →
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Kansas City Bats
Recently we had a customer call us with a common problem. She had been hearing a high pitched squeaking noise coming from above her bedroom ceiling and now has a bat flying around her kitchen. It was around 10 pm when Wildlife Command Center received the call and began to walk her through what she needed to do. Kansas City Bat Removal KC Missouri We explained to minimize the areas and rooms the bat could access by closing any doors she could, covering the bottoms with a towel or blanket and to keep an eye on the bat until one of our trained technicians could arrive. Bats do not try to fly towards humans and are actually very skilled at avoiding us while flying around through their use of echo location. We assured her that it was safe to stand off to the side and observe the bat as we sent our team to rescue her from the situation.
One The Bat Call
Upon arrival the customer explained that she did her best to close any doors but had lost sight of the bat while doing so. Our team starts by carefully checking the most common places bats hide while stuck inside the living space of a home. The technicians at Wildlife Command Center are trained in bat behavior, the proper handling and removal of bats. After a very thorough search, we were able to find the bat had landed behind a pillow and crawled its way down into the living room couch. The bat was removed safely and unharmed.
After the successful removal of the bat, Wildlife Command Center returned to perform a 70 point bat inspection of the home to identify where the bat could have gained entry to the home and establish if there was a colony of bats living inside the attic. Our team found that a colony of bats were entering the home near the chimney and living inside the attic space. We determined the bats had been there for an extended period of time due to the excessive buildup of their droppings, guano, found inside the attic. Kansas City Bat Removal KC Missouri
Wildlife Command Center presented her with a detailed action plan to completely seal the entry points of the home, exclude the colony of bats and clean up the guano. To properly exclude the bats from the home and ensure they would not return, every bat accessible entry point was sealed off. Over the main entry point a bat exclusion device was installed to allow the bats to leave, but upon return would no longer have entry to the home. After we established the colony had left, our team removed the guano, contaminated insulation and sanitized the attic. Now the bats are gone, the home is bat proof and it’s like the colony of bats were never there.
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Our team at Wildlife Command Center is passionate about dealing with bats properly. Bats are actually very beneficial to the environment and are a protected species. There are a lot of wrong ways to deal with bats, but our technicians are trained with the National Wildlife Control Operators Association to be Bat Standards Compliant. Not only can handling a colony living in your home improperly harm the bats, but it can lead to increasing the problem. Don’t take the chance of pushing the bats into the living space of your home or exposing yourself to the health risks associated with bat guano, let Wildlife Command Center help you resolve the issue effectively and safely. Kansas City Bat Removal KC Missouri
Wildlife Command Center Red Fox Capture and Removal Programs
Red Fox are perhaps the smartest and most versatile of all the fox species, they have learned to be very adaptable and populate almost every corner of the earth. Red Fox have an uncanny ability to survive and escape detection, given to human folk lore as the “Sly Fox”.
Red Fox are difficult to capture making removal a challange
Red Fox can see very well at night and have extremely good hearing and sense of smell. It can be very challenging to capture a red fox with traditional methods, Wildlife Command Center has developed over time a proven program to catch and relocate red fox that have started to cause problems for home owners.
Wildlife Command Center 314-399-8272 can take care of all your Red Fox issues. Trapping and relocation programs to capture and release red fox that are creating a problem for homeowners.
Red foxes are found throughout a lot of of the hemisphere from the Arctic Circle to Central America, the mountains of central Asia, and northern Africa. This species is the widest distribution of any canine. Red foxes have additionally been introduced to Australia and also the Falkland Islands.
Red foxes utilize a large variety of habitats together with forest, savanna , prairie, deep desert, mountains, agriculture, and concrete areas. Red Fox like mixed vegetation communities, like edge habitats and mixed scrub and ground. they’re found from water level to 4700 meters elevation.
Coloration of red foxes ranges from pale chromatic red to deep burnt sienna on the higher elements and white, ash-gray or slaty on the face. The lower a part of the legs typically|is typically|is sometimes} black and also the tail usually encompasses a white or black tip. 2 color variants usually occur. Cross foxes have burnt sienna fur with a black stripe down the rear and another across the shoulders. Silver foxes vary from robust silver to just about black and are the foremost prized by furriers. These variants are concerning 27% and 15% of red fox people, severally. Red foxes, like several different canine species, have tail glands. In red fox this organ is found seventy seven metric linear unit higher than the foundation of the tail on its side and lies at intervals the corium and subcutaneous tissue. The eyes of mature animals are bright yellow. The prominent nose is dark black/brown or black. The dental formula is 3/3 1/1 4/4 2/3. The tooth row is more than [*fr1] the length of the skull. The premolars are straightforward and pointed, with the exception of higher fourth premolars, the carnassials. Molar structure emphasizes tearing and crushing. The mitt has five claws and also the pes four claws. the primary digit, or dew claw, is rudimentary however clawed and doesn’t contact the bottom.
Red foxes are the biggest of the Vulpes species. Head and body length ranges from 457 to 901 metric linear unit, tail length from 303 to 557 metric linear unit, and weight from four to fifteen metric weight unit. Males are slightly larger than females. Populations in southern deserts and in North America are much tinier than European populations in general. Body mass and length among populations additionally varies with latitude.
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Get Help Fast if trapped by a squirrel and removal is needed to control the squirrels
When it comes to wildlife removal, there’s no such thing as an “ordinary” workday. Every call brings its own unique challenges – it’s part of why I love my work. But when I answered my phone on this particular morning, I knew things were going to be really different. squirrel inside home
“Help! I’m trapped inside my house! Please, call the police, sheriff, anybody… But you’ve got to help me!”
The voice on the other end of the line sounded so scared that I wondered if there was a burglar in her house. The level of alarm in her voice was through the roof.
Calmly, I asked her to tell me where she lived and exactly what the problem was. In between panicked breaths, she managed to get it out:
“There’s a squirrel running around in my kitchen!”
I breathed a sigh of relief. Not a burglar – a squirrel removal. “OK ma’am. Stay calm. I’ll be right there.”
I got to her house in St. Louis, Missouri, as quickly as I could. The door was unlocked, but I knew from her phone call that she was trapped inside somewhere. When I made my way into her kitchen, the first thing I saw was a squirrel sitting on her sink, hunched up, nibbling on some bread.
Yes, he had made himself right at home, not at all perturbed by the panicked woman who was hiding nearby. I called out for her and the squirrel freaked out at the sound of my voice. He jumped right into a closed kitchen window, pulling the blinds and curtains down with him as he fell. Then he hit the ground and started running circles around the kitchen like it was a racetrack. We’re talking fast. Squirrels can reach up to 20 mph when they run, but this felt like 200! squirrel inside home
My immediate goal was to contain the squirrel so he didn’t cause any more damage. I lunged at him and grabbed him by the haunches. He wasn’t about to be taken down so easy. He promptly turned around, looked at my hand, and sunk his teeth in hard.
It hurt like crazy, but I wasn’t about to let this little critter win. I didn’t let go, and grabbed him behind the head with my other hand. He was caught! But here I was, on the ground, bleeding all over the place with a wild squirrel squirming between my hands.
I hollered for the lady again and let her know that I had the squirrel contained. Slowly, she opened the pantry door where she had been hiding the whole time. She took one look at me, saw all the blood on the floor…
And passed out.
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Quickly, I put the squirrel in a pet carrier so it couldn’t get away. I got a paper towel, wetted it with some water, and patted it on her cheek. She came to and looked at me.
“Did you kill the squirrel?” She sounded worried. squirrel inside home
Yes, she had passed out because she saw all the blood and thought I had killed the squirrel! As I cleaned up the house, she told me her version of what happened: the squirrel had launched at her from across the kitchen and tried to bite her neck. That was why she had been hiding.
Before I left, I was determined to figure out exactly how that squirrel got into the house so she wouldn’t have a problem with crazy kamikaze squirrels again. That’s when I saw a small trail of black soot in the kitchen. I follow it right back to the fireplace, where I could see little squirrel tracks. Turned out, her chimney didn’t have a cap on it and wildlife could just climb in and out freely. The warm air coming from the house in the winter had attracted the squirrel. I patched up the chimney and took the squirrel far, far away – 22 miles away, in fact.
I dropped that wily creature off in south Jefferson county, where there was an old, abandoned pecan orchard. He’d have a lot of trees with big holes to hide in and plenty of food for the rest of his squirrel days.
This is why I like to say that we not only rescue people from wildlife, but we rescue wildlife from people, too. When an animal’s trapped in your house, he’s just as scared as you are. We know how to rescue them (and you) and find them a great new home where they won’t bother you again. And we also know how to fix up your home so you won’t keep having the same animal infestations over and over.
If you live in St. Louis and would like your home inspected for secret squirrel entrances, let me know. We can help before the squirrel has you hiding in a pantry, making panicked phone calls. But if you ever find yourself cornered by wild animal, we can help with that too.
Raccoon Removal with new technology using the FLIR E05 Thermal Imaging Device
Raccoon Removal and Capture is difficult enough, but that job just got a little easier with the FLIR E05 Thermal imager. Thermal imaging allows the Wildlife Command Center technician to quickly acquire the location of the raccoon in your home and devise an action plan sure to capture the raccoon and return your home to some type of normalcy. Raccoon Control is not only a safety issue but the damage from raccoons can be extremely significant, ranging in the $1000’s to 10’s of $1000’s of dollars. Call us today, we can help get an action plan started and get the raccoons out of your house.
If you don’t educate, who will? Go downtown with a couple animals and talk, tell the world our beloved animals are not to be feared. Wildlife Command Center has a dedicated group of nuisance wildlife control operators that are extremely knowledgeable about wildlife and wildlife issues. When it comes to educational programs, birthday parties, or impromptu educational talks down at the Delmar Loop, Wildlife Command Center can provide the knowledge and support needed for good educational purposes.
How to get rid of a Groundhog or Woodchuck in St Louis, Missouri
Michael E Beran
Text Msg to 314-502-8339 St Louis Groundhog Control
Groundhog Woodchuck removal control how to get rid of Whistle Pigs
Groundhogs will enter your yard to find food and a safe place to burrow. It’s important that you take some steps to minimize damage and make your yard less attractive. Woodchucks love to burrow under sheds, decks and raised flower beds, making these areas harder to use of difficult to dig can be effective in dissuading Woodchucks from using the area. Groundhogs prefer burrowing in areas that provide ample cover; remove piles of debris, rocks and/or wood where groundhogs may take shelter. Use gravel to fill in any abandoned animal burrows.
Harvest crops like beans, peas and melons as early as possible. Dark green leafy vegetables and such plants that grow in yards attract Woodchucks, keep broad leaf plants (weeds) under control in your yard at all times, it is one of the easiest ways to control woodchuck activities. Trim back plants groundhogs may eat or use for cover. Remove any tree trunks or other sources of wood that groundhogs can gnaw or grind their teeth on.
Identify Areas of Damage
Becoming familiar with your groundhog’s habits and where it spends most of its time will help you target a control method.
Common groundhog activities include:
1. damaging, eating and digging up crops like peas, beans, melons and alfalfa
2. eating grasses, dandelions and clover
3. gnawing/clawing and chewing wood or woody vegetation like trees and shrubs
4. chewing through electrical wires/tubing, irrigation lines and cable runs
5. digging holes and burrowing under lawn or structures
Seek out any groundhog burrows on your property – you can identify these by locating their entrances/exits. Burrows generally contain 3-5 entrance holes, each about 7-8 inches in diameter. Groundhogs often hide these holes by digging them underneath vegetation and/or loosely covering them up with leaves and sticks.
Choose a Control Method
Once you’ve identified the general whereabouts of your groundhog and what kind of damage it is causing, you can select the best control method. The more methods you use, the better your chances are at getting rid of groundhogs and keeping them off your property.
Groundhog Woodchuck den site and burrow layout
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Live Groundhog Trap
The most effective way to remove a groundhog is with a live groundhog trap. Groundhogs are cautious creatures, so keep in mind the following tips:
Prevent transferring your scent to the trap by wearing gloves when handling it.
Bait your trap in a way that forces the groundhog to fully enter it – this will ensure the animal cannot back out when the door comes down.
Prevent roll over and escapes after the groundhog is caught by ensure the trap cannot move. Place a brick on the top for extra stability.
Camouflage the inside and outside of the trap with leaves so that the groundhog feels more comfortable entering.
For more tips and step-by-step instructions, read (How To Trap a Groundhog) Woodchuck / Groundhog Trapping Tips:
You can use either a lethal body-grip trap mounted right over the hole, or a live capture cage trap. The lethal type of trap is guaranteed to work, but it’s very dangerous to use, and should only be set by professionals with experience. It can also kill unintentional animals, and is illegal in many states. A live cage trap has a lower success rate, but if you set it on the groundhog pathway and bait it with tasty vegetables, you’ll probably get the woodchuck, and then you can relocate it a few miles away. What Bait To Use In Groundhog Traps
The joke of the trapping industry is to use apples coated with peanut butter. I have no idea why, but every do-it-yourself amateur homeowner seems to know to use apples with peanut butter as bait. Unfortunately, that bait isn’t very effective. Groundhogs are herbivores, and in reality, fresh vegetables work best – such as broccoli, corn, beans, etc. How to Catch a Groundhog
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Groundhogs, also known as woodchucks, are large, ground-dwelling rodents. Adults average about ten pounds. They are strictly vegetarians, as many people know, based on the damage in their garden. Groundhogs dig large, complex, interconnecting burrows. They are excellent & prolific diggers. Each spring, a female gives birth to 4-6 young. Groundhogs are true hibernators in the northern parts of their range. The spring emergence always occurs exactly on February 2nd. Oftentimes the groundhog will engage in a behavior known as shadow spotting. Well, perhaps that’s not true, but they do emerge in he springtime and resume their digging patterns.
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If not properly controlled, groundhogs can cause serious structural damage when burrowing. Their tunnels break apart building foundations, and they will often chew through electrical wires and irrigation systems that may be in their way. For best results, use multiple groundhog control products at once.
Groundhogs enter into deep hibernation in the winter, at which time they are underground and inactive. Because of this, groundhog control efforts will only be effective in warmer months.
The best time to try to get rid of groundhogs is early in the spring, before mating season. Once a groundhog enters gestation, it will be difficult to repel them. And once a groundhog gives birth, you’ll have more groundhogs on your property to control.
Plantings, woodpiles and debris surrounding your home provide shelter for groundhogs, making them more likely to live on your property or burrow underneath the grass or foundation. Minimizing ground cover will prevent this type of destructive behavior.
Before operating a live trap, get to know your local laws regarding trapping and relocating groundhogs or woodchucks.
Prevent groundhogs from occupying abandoned burrows by covering openings with wired fencing. VERY IMPORTANT: make sure that there are no groundhogs living in the burrow. Identify all openings (there should be 2-5). Dig each out about 1 foot deep, then cover the hole with 3′ x 3′ of wire fencing and bury the fencing securely. Ignoring the signs communicated by woodchucks, AKA the “groundhogs” (also spelled “ground hogs”), regarding their presence and intentions can spell disaster for your garden. As surely as Phil Connors had no future in “Groundhog Day,” doomed by his unawareness to relive the same day over and over, so your garden will have no future if you pay no heed to this garden pest’s sign language. Your garden will be trapped in a perpetual Groundhog Day of destruction, raided at will by the marauding rodents. No, you must learn to read the signs — and practice effective groundhog control.
This is the worst way to deal with Groundhogs but sometimes you have to learn what not to do as well as what works DO NOT USE THIS METHOD How to Kill a Groundhog with Poison
Many people turn to poison to get rid of their groundhog problems. There are several types of poisons on the market and they all work in various ways; with the end result death of the groundhog. Fumigation is a method under which gaseous pesticides or fumigants are used in the entire area to suffocate or poison the groundhogs within. The most widely used and preferred fumigant is Methyl Bromide. However, we need to understand that use of poison to get rid of groundhogs affects the human health as well. It is toxic to almost all forms of life and that includes human beings as well and should be used with extreme caution.
How to get rid of a Groundhog or Woodchuck in St Louis, Missouri
Michael E Beran
Text Msg to 314-502-8339 St Louis Groundhog Control
How to make the best squirrel bait with creamy peanut butter
One of the key ingredients is Greater Value Creamy Peanut Butter I tend to think the cheaper brands of peanut butter are better for making the best squirrel bait, maybe it has something to do with peanut butter roasting or packaging. Great Value Creamy Peanut Butter has a taste the all the squirrels will love. This roasted peanut butter offers squirrels a delicious source of the protein and iron needed for a healthy, strong body and fluffy tail. The sweet and salty taste combination of this peanut butter makes a yummy addition to squirrel baits or favorite baked squirrel treats. This roasted peanut butter does not contain any artificial colors, flavors or preservatives.
How to make the best squirrel bait with no mess bird seed
The second ingredient you will need is Pennington Ultra Waste Free Blend this blend of seed is the very best, it has nuts and fruits and seeds that squirrels really dig, literally! A superior blend of high quality seed—with fruit and nut blends to attract the largest variety of beautiful and colorful squirrels. The Ultra blends also provide a mix of the nutrient-packed seed crucial to squirrel health, perfect for the best squirrel bait.
How to make the best squirrel bait using Squirrel Trail Mix
Next on the list of ingredients is Squirrel Trail Mix oil from Wildlife Control Supplies. The essential oils in this mixture are the very best and are good are drawing squirrels in from two or three blocks away. Highly underrated as an attractant!! During the course of a season, Scott Behren’s goes through gallons of Squirrel Trail Mix. Research conducted showed that squirrel traps which used this product only as a trailing scent outperformed traps utilizing only bait placed in the back of the trap by a 2 to 1 margin. If trailing scents haven’t been a part of your operation in the past we highly recommend you give them a try. – See more at: How To Trailing
How to make the best squirrel bait for trapping with a coffee grinder
The final item needed to make the best squirrel bait for trapping is a coffee grinder, the kind used to grind coffee beans into fine coffee grinds. I like the Mr Coffee Coffee Mill (by the way I have safe links with prices if you just click on the highlighted links) The Mr. Coffee Precision Coffee Grinder With Chamber Maid Cleaning System gives you freshly ground beans for a fresh cup of coffee every time. Its stylish looks and smart features make it an excellent addition to any kitchen for making squirrel bait. This electric coffee grinder comes with three precision-grind settings that let you grind the squirrel seeds to the texture of your choice. You can grind squirrel seeds from fine to coarse, just as you like it. The grinding chamber can be removed for easy pouring. This Mr. Coffee grinder will grind for up to 12 cups at once. Its wide lid and integrated spout facilitate decanting. The press-and-pour wide lids of this electric coffee grinder make both filling and dispensing easier.
One of the nicer features of this grinder is its Chamber Maid cleaning system that clears grounds from chamber walls so older, less-than-fresh ground coffee isn’t mixed in with a newly-ground batch. Both the top and grinding chamber of the Mr. Coffee grinder are dishwasher safe.
How to make the best squirrel bait by Wildlife Command Center
Once you have assembled all the items needed then watch the video below to learn how to make the very BEST squirrel bait for trapping pesky squirrels.
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