What if I experience nuisance wildlife at my home or in my area?
Should you have a reoccurring problem with nuisance wildlife, the Animal Control Bureau may be able to assist with have-a-heart trap to capture the nuisance animal; unfortunately, wildlife captured cannot be relocated and the animal will have to be euthanized.

Furthermore, the Bureau will not trap wildlife that is simply passing through your yard. A nuisance animal is considered an animal that habitual destroys property. Some animals are exempt from being declared a nuisance, such as all birds of prey (ospreys, eagles, falcons, hawks, etc.) deer, and any animal or reptile protected by the state and or federal government.

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1. What do I do if I find a dead animal?
2. What do I do if I am bitten by an animal?
3. What do I do it my pet bites someone?
4. What is rabies?
5. Can humans have rabies?
6. What can I do to help control rabies?
7. Where can I purchase a dog license?
8. What if I or someone I know are missing a pet?
9. What if I experience nuisance wildlife at my home or in my area?
10. Who is responsible for enforcing wildlife related laws?
11. Are cats required to be licensed?