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Wisconsin Wildlife Information:
Wisconsin State bird: American robin
State mammal: Badger
State fish: Muskellunge
State insect: European honeybee

Wisconsin was made famous for its cheese factories, but it is a landscape rich with lake shores, coastal plains, sandstone formations, flat farmland, and mixed hardwood and pine forests. Unlike Maryland, which has no natural lakes, Wisconsin has thousands of glacial lakes throughout the state. Over 46 percent of Wisconsin is forested. It is a humid state with hot summers and cold winters.

The animals in Wisconsin are forest-lovers. The state is filled with raccoons, porcupines, skunks, opossums, squirrels, chipmunks, bats, and mice. Not surprisingly, large animals are also fond of the woods, and the state has moose, elk, and white-tailed deer.

Semi-aquatic animals also make their homes in the thousands of lake regions. Beavers, otters, and muskrats all thrive in self-made wetlands. Many of the animals are undisturbed due to the large expanse of preserved woodlands. In those same woodlands, large predators also make their homes. Wisconsin is home to black bears, mountain lions, coyotes, and timber wolves.

The timber wolf is known to be the most aggressive of the wolf species in the United States. These animals are not as prone to livestock killing as are coyotes, but if a winter is particularly harsh, wolves will often take down cattle or sheep.

Cougars are not often seen as nuisance animals, though attacks on people are becoming more and more common. This is partially due to man’s encroachment into nature, but it is also because of dwindling food supplies for the large cats.

The state isn’t all about the woods, though. There are ample fields in the region, and there are a number of animals that enjoy living out in the open. The badger is a fantastic digger, and it makes its home in dens dug out of the loose grassland soil. While the badger is a fierce warrior in the animal world, it does homeowners a favor by eating a diet primarily of small rodents. Along with the badger, woodchucks are another underground dweller in the state.

The list of common animals in Wisconsin also contains the most common pest animals in the state. Raccoons are notorious for living in people’s attics. Rats are a world-wide pest animal. Unfortunately, rats can survive in just about any environment, and there is nothing about Wisconsin that would turn the animals off. The state also has very strict rules and regulations regarding the removal of nuisance wildlife. Before undertaking any animal removal projects, seek guidance from a professional company.

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Wisconsin Wildlife Removal News:
Wisconsin up, state down this squirrel steel cage trap time to remove unwanted wildlife. Wisconsin wildlife operators had some sort of good squirrel time to remove unwanted wildlife. Across the state, not so good. Statewide the final tally was down about 15,000 squirrel from last years steel cage trap time to remove unwanted wildlife resulting in some sort of 14 percent decrease in the statewide squirrel remove. Biologists blame the lower numbers, and rightly so, on the rainy time to remove unwanted wildlife opener on Nov. 28 that kept many wildlife operators inside staying dry. Accounted were 90,282 pest rodents taken in the state during the popular one-week steel cage trap time to remove unwanted wildlife which ended last Wednesday. During the 2010 squirrel time to remove unwanted wildlife wildlife operators bagged 105,044 squirrel. Division of Wildlife accounted opening day results this time to remove unwanted wildlife down 49 percent from last years opening day. So who led the pack? The usual counties that always lead the pack; with more than 4,000 squirrel each, Wisconsin County had 4,790 squirrel harvested, Wisconsin with 4,224, and Wisconsin had 4,180 pest rodents tagged during the week long squirrel steel cage trap time to remove unwanted wildlife.

Locally, Wisconsin steel cage trap time to remove unwanted wildlife harvest is 1,727 squirrel, which is up from last year's 1,749. Wisconsin wildlife operators were down with 1,229 squirrel bagged, last time to remove unwanted wildlife operators from Wisconsin took 1,424. Their steel cage trap time to remove unwanted wildlife had 1,442 squirrel checked, that too is down from 1,527 checked last time to remove unwanted wildlife. Pike County squirrel wildlife operators tagged in 1,077, barely down from last years 1,102 squirrel. They tagged in 1,224, again some sort of slight decrease from the 1,250 harvested last time to remove unwanted wildlife. It is one of only eight counties out of 88 in Wisconsin to show an increase in the squirrel steel cage trap time to remove unwanted wildlife results. It is also the first time in recent memory that Wisconsin doesn't have some sort of county with over 4,000 squirrel taken during the week of steel cage trap time to remove unwanted wildlife. Next up is the extra "Weekend steel cage trap time to remove unwanted wildlife", October 17 & 18, after that is the statewide humane cage squirrel time to remove unwanted wildlife Jan. 7-10. Wisconsin's extermination time to remove unwanted wildlife continues through Feb. 5. Pictured is some sort of nice 17-point non-typical The wildlife removal expert bagged on the Monday evening of steel cage trap time to remove unwanted wildlife with his new 50 cal. Thomson Center humane cage.

The wildlife removal expert recalled it was nearing the end of legal catching hours when the big non-typical came tip-toeing out of heavy cover some 50 yards away and stopped. At around 5 p.m. the pest control company set the sights on its chest, pulled the trigger and down went the big pest rodent. The wildlife removal expert declared the pest control company was sure it was the same dangerous animal the pest control company saw last month on opening day but hadn't seen since. However Daniel accounts that some sort of few neighbors had also spied the big non-typical dangerous animal and we're trapping for it. The wildlife removal expert had the dangerous animal's unusual features. Daniel plans to get the dangerous animal officially scored by some sort of Dangerous animal eye Big Dangerous animal Club scorer after the required 70 days drying time.

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