State Certified and Licensed Wildlife Trapper
Professional Wildlife Management is essential in maintaining the delicate balance of the Predator/Prey Ecosystem, in preventing millions of dollars of Environmental/Economic destruction and Protecting Livestock, Pets and Humans. My name is Tim Ivey and I am a State Certified and Licensed Wildlife Management Trapper. I have 43 years of combined expertise Hunting and Trapping, Patterning Animal Movements, Tracking, and Understanding Predatory/ Prey Behavior. I am not a Fur Trapper, I am a Wildlife Management Trapper. I target and remove specific Nuisance or Diseased animals that pose a danger to other animals or Humans.I also remove a number of animals from the population to keep diseases in check. When wildlife is not managed and allowed to overpopulate, Nature takes over, disease breaks out, and the animals suffer an agonizingly slow inhumane death. Coyotes,or more properly Coy-wolves, have invaded Rural and Urban areas killing Pets, Livestock and even attacking Humans. These predators that have become Habituated to Human Contact must be removed or their behavior will escalate to the point of actual human attacks. Hazing may only work temporarily or not at all. Sometimes, it even causes an attack. The only real solution is to remove the Threat.That is what we do. Humanely and Professionally.
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"Your Beaver, Bobcat, Coyote or Wild Hog Issue Will Not Resolve Itself. Contact Us and We Can Remove the Animals Before Further Damage Is Done."
"What to Expect When Contracting with Eastern Wolfers" 1. A State Certified and Licensed Trapper with 43 years of expertise in animal behavior, patterning animal movements, tracking, hunting, and Trapping. 2. Expert Scouting of your property including use of Satellite Imagery to see the big picture and ensure we cover all travel ways possibly used by the Predator. Boots on the Ground scouting to determine how many traps need to be set. Consulting and Education about the Nuisance animal in question. Resolution to your problem. 3. A Detailed explanation of the pricing for your particular situation since each one is unique. 4. Use of the latest techniques and BMP Traps, Removal or Relocation depending on the species. 5. Courteous, Professional interaction and answers to your questions. 6. Discussion of safety to surrounding properties and domestic pets on or off of your property. We will ask that you, the Client, contact your neighbors and inform them that we are setting traps to capture the target animal. By state law it is illegal for anyone other than the Trapper or the DNR to disturb or remove animals from my traps. 7. Trap checks every 24 hrs. as required by State law. 8. Recommendations that will help make the trapping cycle much more effective. 9. Pictures taken of the captured predator or animal. You may also view the animal live if you wish. 10. Humane release of all non target animals. 11. Recommendations that will reduce the chance of predation happening in the future. 12. References available upon request. "I recently trapped 5 female coyotes off of a large Cattle Farm in Walton County. 3 of the 5 were pregnant therefore debunking the myth that only the Alpha's breed. All healthy female coyotes will breed. There was a mass movement roughly 4 weeks ago where females were roaming far and wide searching to be bred. There is no way the coyote population could have exploded like it has in the last decades with just the alphas breeding. Another trapper friend caught two female coyotes and put them in a cage. One gave birth to 7 pups, the other gave birth to 9 pups."
COYOTES OF DEKALB COUNTY, GA.
Mating pair of coyotes taken in Dekalb County behind some new apartments
Dekalb coyote pack on the prowl near the Mall at Stonecrest
Huge male coyote with a substantial amount of Canadian Wolf mix taken behind the Mall at StoneCrest in Dekalb County.
COYOTES OF MUSCOGEE COUNTY, GA.
VERY AGGRESSIVE CHICKEN KILLING COYOTE
BOBCAT taken on a 989 acre. tract in Upatoi, Ga. and Released.
COYOTES OF WALTON COUNTY, GA.
Female coyote taken on a Scent Post
Male coyote trying to get into the lake
Gorgeous male coyote
Female coyote taken on a night time trap check
Breeder female coyote taken in a funnel.
Beautiful female breeder taken on a 200 acre. tract along with her mate the same morning.
Young Bobcat taken and Released on a 200 acre tract