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Wildlife Damage Management

“Don’t Feed Wildlife”

Help keep wildlife wild and healthy. Wildlife Services encourages you to avoid feeding wildlife such as ducks, geese, gulls, raccoons, deer, squirrels or coyotes. One way you can help reduce wildlife conflicts with people is by not feeding wildlife near human populations and in parks.

Wildlife Services experts are often asked to assist with wildlife damage problems related to animals that have been accidentally or intentionally fed by people. Feeding wildlife can lead to a number of serious problems: 


How You Can Help


Many people enjoy living near and watching wildlife.    You can help keep animals wild by keeping the following tips in mind.

For more information or assistance with a wildlife damage issue, please call your WS state office at  1-866-4USDA-WS (1-866-487-3297).

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Last Modified: May 8, 2013

2012 WS Informational Notebook


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