Continuing Education at the 2019 Wildlife Control Training Group Annual Seminar

The Trifecta Wildlife Services Team, Chad Soard, Tim Stephan, and Kevin Mims, attended the Wildlife Control Training Group’s 25th Annual Wildlife Control Instructional Seminar held in Erlanger, KY on February 21st and 22nd, 2019. The seminar is an opportunity for private, municipal, state, and federal wildlife and pest control personnel to obtain practical, hands-on training…

Continuing Education at the 2018 Wildlife Control Training Group Annual Seminar and Bird Management Class

Chad Soard and Tim Stephan of Trifecta Wildlife Services, attended the Wildlife Control Training Group’s 24th Annual Wildlife Control Instructional Seminar held in Erlanger, KY on January 18th and 19th, 2018. The seminar is an opportunity for private, municipal, state, and federal wildlife and pest control personnel to obtain practical, hands-on training in resolving human…

Continuing Education at the 2016 Wildlife Control Training Group Seminar

Chad Soard, owner of Trifecta Wildlife Services, attended the Wildlife Control Training Group’s 22nd Annual Wildlife Control Instructional Seminar held in Indianapolis, IN on February 11th and 12th, 2016. The seminar was an opportunity for private, municipal, state, and federal wildlife and pest control personnel to obtain practical, hands-on training in resolving human and animal conflicts. The…

Winter Wildlife Woes

Cold winter weather is here and critters want to be cozy too! Fall has come to a close and winter is officially here, and though in Lexington KY much of December felt like spring weather, we’ve seen the cold return and the animals have expected it too. I thought I’d share some recent pictures from wildlife…

Living with Raccoons in Lexington Neighborhoods

Informative New Poster Concerning Raccoons in Neighborhoods Urban and suburban habitats like Lexington, KY can support raccoon populations upwards of 250 animals per square mile in some areas; this is 500% higher than areas of what’s considered ideal “natural” habitat such as bottomland forests. Raccoons thrive in human-dominated landscapes and it’s not hard to understand…