NUISANCE: a pest, an annoyance, a troublesome thing
NATIVE: indigenous, natural, born in a particular place, belonging to a particular country by birth
NORTH IDAHO NATIVE SPECIES: Badger, Bat*, Bear*, Beaver, Birds (Grouse, Kildeer, Kingfisher, Migratory birds (Western Bluebird, Canada goose*, Robin, Swallow*), Pigeon*, Northern Flicker, Raptors (Eagle, Hawk, Owl*), Raven, Seagull, Common Snipe, Songbirds (Chickadee, Warbler, Kinglet), Turkey, Water birds (Coot, Mallard, Merganser, Teal), Woodcock, Woodpecker*), Bobcat, Chipmunk, Cougar*, Coyote*, Deer*, Elk, Ermine, Fox, Fisher, Moose, Lizard, Lynx, Marten, Mice, Mole*, Mountain Goat, Muskrat, Otter, Porcupine, Rabbit, Raccoon*, Salamander, Shrew, Snake, Skunk*, Squirrel*, Toad, Turtle, Voles*, Wasp, Weasel, Woodchuck (groundhog, ground squirrel), Wolf, Wolverine… to name a few!
Information regarding certain common species has been compiled using Wild Neighbors – John Hadidian (et. al.) 2007 Humane Society Press and Answering the Call of the Wild – Erin Luther 2010 Toronto Wildlife Centre. To see the information on how to make these animals ‘move along’, please click on the underlined names with the asterisks (*). For general mammal and bird removal techniques - Master List for Removal* For helpful info about your cats >^.^<
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