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Increase in Deer Hit by Cars

October 29th, 2018

For carcass removal or wildlife control in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky, call Tri-State Wildlife Management at (859) 635-0037.

Dead Deer Removal

White-tailed Deer

October and November are important months regarding deer in the greater Cincinnati area. Three things can be observed in these months November, each having a common cause for an increase in deer hit by cars. To start with, Tri-State Wildlife Management receives a spike of calls from customers in need of deer carcass removal. Secondly, many deer are hit by vehicles. According to State Farm Insurance, “November is the No. 1 month for deer-vehicle collisions, followed by October and December.” Lastly, deer hunting seasons in Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana all include October and November in some fashion, be it gun or bow season.

The cause of all three of these is found in the biology and behavior of white tailed deer. Mating season for deer occurs in the late fall, leading to an increase in movement, especially for bucks, in search of a doe. When a home or business owner calls Tri-State Wildlife Management about a deer carcass on their property, it’s usually due to the deer being seriously injured by a vehicle, only to walk nearby and die.

Tri-State Wildlife Management takes the burden of a decomposing deer (and the related stench) off the hands of property, home, and business owners. TSWM removes dear carcasses at all stages of decomposition and can deodorize the area.

Tri-State Wildlife Management is fully licensed and insured, and we stand behind all our work.

Dead Deer Removal: Tri-State Wildlife Management – Wildlife Control and Carcass Removal in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. For dead deer removal, call today at (859) 635-0037.

A Smelly Valentine – I have a Skunk Problem

February 13th, 2018

You’re all set for a wonderful Valentine’s Day. You’ve bought the perfect gift and you have a romantic home cooked meal planned for that evening. You leave your house to buy the groceries for the meal and it hits you, the notorious odor from a skunk.  It will be lingering for days and it’s too late to get dinner reservations at any decent restaurant. This is no surprise to those of us in the wildlife business. January and February marks the beginning of skunk mating season in the Northern Kentucky/Cincinnati area.

The onset of breeding season means skunks will begin traveling more frequently and further in search of a mate. If you’re lucky, a skunk you see (OR SMELL) on your property could just be a passerby. Typically, skunks stay in a 1/2 to 2 mile diameter area, but during mating season, a male may travel 4 to 5 miles a night. Due to increased travels, you will likely start seeing more skunks hit on the roads.  You will also begin smelling skunk musk for a variety of reasons related to an increase in travels. First and foremost, when a skunk is hit on the road, their anal glands that store their musk rupture. Secondly, skunks in an unfamiliar territory encounter dogs, cats, raccoons, etc., and they spray to protect themselves. Thirdly, a male skunk may spray another suitor to ward him off, and lastly a female may spray a male if uninterested.

Usually when a customer calls Tri-State Wildlife Management about a skunk problem, it’s because they smell the skunk rather than see it. Skunk musk can be smelled from a mile away. In addition, if an animal or area has been sprayed by a skunk, it will linger for quite some time. This can make it difficult for businesses and homeowners to determine whether they actually have a skunk problem. So, how do you know if you have a skunk problem?  Customers typically call Tri-State Wildlife Management with a skunk problem either after smelling strong skunk spray or after seeing one. Skunks typically live under manmade structures ,such as porches, stoops, sheds, and decks. Sometimes, customers don’t even realize that there is a hole dug out from under the bottom of their porch for animal entry, and oftentimes even if they do, customers assume chipmunks are the culprit.

Tri-State Wildlife Management can take care of your skunk problem for you. Our courteous staff works for you to provide a cost effective solution to your skunk intrusion and/or damage issue. As a full service company, we initiate an Integrated Wildlife Management Program beginning with an inspection and customer education, followed by removal of intrusive skunks and repair of skunk damage. TSWM also offers skunk deodorizing services as well as prevention services, including habitat modification and barrier wall and fencing installation.

We strive for the most humane and environmentally effective techniques for dealing with wildlife problems. Tri-State Wildlife Management’s use of modern innovative methods provides sound wildlife management services to ensure the protection of our customers’ investments and health. TSWM is fully insured, and we stand behind all of our work.

Tri-State Wildlife Management – Protecting You, Your Property, and Your Investments

For skunk removal in Northern Kentucky or Cincinnati,  call Tri-State Wildlife Management at (859) 635-0037

Northern KY Dead Deer Removal

March 11th, 2016

For dead animal removal in Northern KY, call Tri-State Wildlife Management at (859) 635-0037. We’re equipped to serve you when the need arises, with little inconvenience to you as possible.

Dead Deer Removal

White-tailed Deer

Northern KY Dead Deer Removal: Dead animal removal is an unappealing aspect of our business, which is why most companies do not attempt this endeavor. Tri-State Wildlife Management (TSWM) is equipped to serve you when the need arises. Our well trained staff will remove the animal with as little inconvenience to the property owner as possible. We also have techniques and materials to manage odor.

Our most common calls for dead animal removal come from homeowners, businesses and cities who have a dead deer in a yard, parking lot, or high traffic area. When a deer is hit by a vehicle, it may walk away, only to die nearby in a yard or parking lot. Tri-State Wildlife Management also receives calls when homeowners discover a deer has been impaled with their pointed wrought iron fence. In the vast majority of cases, it becomes the responsibility of the home or business owner to dispose of a deer carcass once it is on their property.

Whatever the issue, Tri-State Wildlife Management is here to serve your needs. Tri-State Wildlife Management is fully insured, and we stand behind all of our work.

Tri-State Wildlife Management – Protecting You, Your Property, and Your Investment

Northern KY Dead Deer Removal: For deer carcass removal, call Tri-State Wildlife Management. We will take care of your smelly, unsightly problem for you. Put our experience and expertise to work for you!


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