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Bird Rescue in Phoenix, AZ
1.US Wildlife SVC
2224 W Desert Cove Ave Ste 209
Wildlife RefugeFederal Government
2.Liberty Wildlife Rehabilitation Foundation
11825 N 70th St
3.US Fish & Wildlife Svc
2545 W Frye Rd
4.Southwest Wildlife Rehabilitation & Educational Foundation
8711 E Pinnacle Peak Rd
28011 N 78th St
6.Lonewolf Wildlife & Pest Specialists
2913 e impala ave
Wildlife RefugePest Control Services-Commercial & IndustrialPest Control Services
13930 N 146th Ln
8.Wild At Heart Inc
31840 N 45th St
9.Camp Shadow PinesServing the Phoenix, AZ area
Wildlife RefugeCamps-RecreationalParty PlanningParty & Event Planners
CAMP SHADOW PINES was founded by the late philanthropist, Grant Malouf. Mr. Malouf was very active in many Christian activities and dreamed of a ministry through which he might serve the Lord. He loved children and had a special heart for the handicapped and disadvantaged. After years of planning and searching he was finally able to lease a 50 acre site from the U.S. Forest Service. The long abandoned property had formerly been used as a job corps center. Malouf and his family set about the awesome task of restoring the property and remodeling the buildings. The facility was finally opened in 1982. His vision of seeing hundreds of happy children laughing and playing was finally realized. Only four years later, in 1986, Grant Malouf passed away. His family, who now had the same vision, picked up the torch and carried on. Over the years, the camp has constantly been improved, expanded, and has tripled in capacity. The facility is now 100% accessible by wheelchairs. Over 7,000 persons attend Camp Shadow Pines annually. Future plans include additional dormitories, meeting rooms, an amphitheater, and a large campground area with showers/bathrooms and kitchen. Camp Shadow Pines is committed to being the faithful steward of the land and facilities our lease agreement allows us to use. In cooperation with the U.S. Forest Service, we assist in preserving the trees, aid the U.S. Game and Fish with wild life protection, work with local ranchers to insure water access, repair roads and trails, and much more.
10.AA Rodents Control
10250 E Mountain View Rd
Animal Removal ServicesPest Control ServicesWildlife Refuge
Hudson Wildlife Removal offers animal and wildlife removal, relocation and control services in Kissimmee, Orlando, and Surrounding areas. We have a different approach to wildlife and animal removal problems: No traps or poisons of any kind are used.Specially designed one-way doors are installed to humanely evict animals.Exclusion work is guaranteed for 10 years. Many companies call themselves humane, but Hudson Wildlife Removal exclusively uses techniques endorsed by the Humane Society of the United States, SPCA, Bat Conservation International, Friends of Florida Wildlife and DFW Wildlife Coalition. These techniques have been used successfully for more than 25 years. Dont try to solve wildlife problems on your own without first consulting the wildlife specialists at Hudson Wildlife Removal . Our PhilosophyHudson Wildlife Removal is owned and operated by wildlife experts. Our mission is to prevent native wildlife from being orphaned, injured, relocated or euthanized by offering humane, effective solutions for homeowners and property managers. Most wildlife control companies in the United States use box traps to capture and relocate wildlife. That may seem like a humane solution; however, Hudson Wildlife Removal does not use box traps for three reasons: Several studies have shown that relocated animals rarely survive more than two weeks. In unfamiliar territory, relocated animals are unable to successfully compete for food and shelter with the existing population of wildlife in that area.Many of the trapped and relocated animals are lactating females. Their orphans are left behind to starve.Trapping and relocating animals does not solve the problem. If animals are removed, others from surrounding areas will move in to take their place. Instead of box traps, Hudson Wildlife Removal uses humane eviction and exclusion techniques. Call now for more details.
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