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“Done Once, Done Right” has become a mantra for Team Trifecta where our pride in providing high quality repair and wildlife exclusion with uncompromising craftsmanship demonstrates we’re much more than trappers.Read More
Team Trifecta’s very own Wildlife Damage Management Specialist Arlin Knapp recently attended and successfully completed the National Wildlife Control Operator Association (NWCOA) Wildlife Control Operator Training Course. We are very proud that Arlin is now a Certified Wildlife Control Operator, way to go Arlin! Topics of this training course were taught by top industry professionals […]Read More
Thanks Kentucky Business Reviews for publishing an excellent video review of Trifecta Wildlife Services! Check out the video: Trifecta Wildlife Services provides personal service and safe long-term solutions for Lexington and Central KY Wildlife Removal, call us today if wildlife has taken up unwelcome residence in or around your property!Read More
Bats in the attic of your Lexington or Central KY home? A professional bat exclusion is prudent, and here’s a tip so you can experience more value in a bat exclusion relative to cost. Professional Bat Removal in Lexington KY is available through several companies, but questioning the company you have contacted on how the bat exclusion will […]Read More
On February 3-5, the National Wildlife Control Operators Association (NWCOA) and National Pest Management Association presented the Wildlife Expo 2015 in Myrtle Beach, SC. This conference was well attended and provided an array of technical and business-related information to professionals working in wildlife damage management. Chad Soard, owner of Trifecta Wildlife Services, made the trip […]Read More
What exactly is wildlife damage management…? Wildlife damage management is best described as any action taken that aims to balance the needs of people with the needs of wildlife with mutual benefit to both. Sometimes solutions require changing an animal’s behavior, yet other solutions to human-animal conflict require a change in human behavior. The strategies […]Read More