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Contact your Local County Extension Office.
Call a wildlife biologist or wildlife officer with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission
at 800-364-4263 or visit their website.
Sign up on the Landowner Nuisance Wildlife Registry – developed for landowners with problem furbearers willing to allow licensed trappers
or furbearer hunters access to their property during open hunting and trapping seasons
in order to take furbearers causing property damage.
Hire a local nuisance wildlife control operator-- These individuals and companies
are not certified by the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission, and there is no guarantee
of their service. To find a list, go to the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission's nuisance wildlife webpage, click on the tab Nuisance Wildlife Resources, then scroll down near the bottom of
the page where it says "I Want To Hire Somebody to Solve My Nuisance Wildlife Problems."
Click on the PDF list of Arkansas nuisance wildlife control operators.
Wildlife nuisance control operators can be hired to remove common problem animals,
or you can opt to do-it-yourself. Those listed below require special knowledge, permits, services or other response.
Dealing With Wildlife (University of Arkansas)
Internet Center for Wildlife Damage Management (University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point)
Wildlife Damage Publications (Cornell University)