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Wildlife Control Supplies Now Offering 2013 Catalog

Wildlife Control Products

The 2013 catalog spotlights the company's latest unique offerings.

| April 9, 2013

EAST GRANBY, Conn. - Wildlife Control Supplies (WCS) recently published its 2013 catalog of products for wildlife, nuisance animal and pest control operators.

At 104 pages in full color, the 2013 WCS catalog is the largest the company has yet offered, and it holds a broad offering of products for wildlife and pest professionals, WCS said. While continuing to expand its product line, WCS lends growth to the industry with new and innovative products that professionals have come to trust and rely on, WCS said. 

In addition to all the new products, the catalog cover features a licensed reproduction of a coyote print by well-known wildlife artist Joe Goodman. "Joe's work has always been a favorite of ours and we were thrilled to be able to work with him on the cover for our latest catalog," said Alan Host, WCS founder and president.

To contact WCS or request a free catalog, call 877/684-7262 or visit www.shopwcs.com

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