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WCS Offers Yard Invader-Home Invader Reference Book

Vertebrate Pests

The book is written by nuisance wildlife control expert Rick Shadel. It is 65 pages in length and includes 318 pictures.

| July 9, 2010

Wildlife Control Supplies (WCS) is the exclusive distributor of Yard Invader-Home Invader: A Practical Field Identification Guide for the Professional & Novice

WCS provides the following description: "Written by Rick Shadel of S&S Wildlife Services this reference manual is one of the best available and contains 65 pages and 318 pictures.  Shadel is an industry leader in nuisance wildlife control and here he shares valuable information on identifying the signs of the most common nuisance animals. In an easy to follow format he provides details needed to understand the problem which expedites determining the solution to a variety of common problems. 65 pages, 318 color."

WCS is currently the exclusive distributor of this manual.

For more information and to order, click here.

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