Wild Wednesday Series ~ The Importance of Prevention & Avoiding the “DIY” of Wildlife Removal
with Perry LePew’s Wildlife Management Co., Kevin LePew
Humane Wildlife Management & The Use Of Robotics!
May 12th at 7PM
Perry Le Pews Wildlife Management Company is a known and trusted name in wildlife removal and prevention.
Perry’s team of wildlife professionals have perfected an ultra humane system on capturing and releasing problematic wildlife. Our concept is based on three aspects; wildlife capture, confine, and release. A system in which the rescued animal can maintain a survival rate of 100%. Our program utilizes robotic units, which allow for a quick and precise capture of wildlife.
As thousands of wildlife animals are killed by licensed Problem Animal Control agents every year, Perry Le Pews remains constant in its no kill system to combat this issue. Our system is exclusive to Perry Le Pews’ team of trained wildlife removal experts. Not only have we educated thousands of clients over the years, but we’ve also saved thousands of wildlife animals because of our patented system.
While most animals removed from a home or from a nuisance situation are put to death or inappropriately handled, Perry Le Pews Wildlife Management Company remains constant in educating the public in this proactive method of handling problematic urban wildlife. We stand by our belief of no killing, no chemicals, and using the best technology to allow man and animal to coexist.
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