North Texas Wildlife Control operates in the Heart of Texoma Country based out of Whitesboro, Texas in Grayson County. Ken’s love of wildlife started with childhood hunting and fishing adventures. This led to a degree in Wildlife Biology and Management from Arizona State University with a minor in Fisheries Management. During that time 2 summers were spent working for the Arizona Game and Fish Department and 1 summer with the U.S. Forest Service as a Wildlife Technician on projects. The following fall, a 38 year career as a Federal Wildlife Biologist with Wildlife Services under the U.S. Department of Agriculture was started. The Wildlife Services Program is the lead agency in the United States for wildlife damage management and research. Ken’s experience in dealing with wildlife conflicts occurred from the deserts of Arizona, to the grassland/oak woodlands of Oklahoma, to the high country of New Mexico. The last 27 years of his career was spent as Wildlife Services District Supervisor of Northern New Mexico. The work consisted of dealing with wildlife species such as coyote, bobcat, black bear, mountain lion, endangered Mexican wolves, feral hogs, beaver and numerous rodent and bird species. Protecting livestock, agricultural crops, natural resources, human health and safety, pets, airports, recreational areas, homes and businesses were all part of the job.
A move to Whitesboro, Texas happened in 2011 after retirement from Wildlife Services. Friends and neighbors with wildlife problems became the catalyst for North Texas Wildlife Control. People need good professional help to resolve wildlife conflicts for the benefit of both people and the wildlife resource. Proper identification of the problem and the animal responsible, combined with the most efficient and safe control methods, along with some professional effort, leads to resolution of the conflict. The goal of North Texas Wildlife Control is to provide this its customers.
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