Wildlife Population Studies
Sometimes you need a population count of local wildlife. This is often necessary when certain species are threatened or endangered. The count can help establish whether the local population is thriving or declining.
Population counts can serve as a key indicator of whether local conditions are favorable or unfavorable for the species. For example, is there a toxic element in the environment that is negatively impacting the species? Or is the water supply contaminated beyond what the species can tolerate?
By studying trends in the population of local species, management decisions can be made to enhance or maintain the current management plan.
If you need an assessment of your local wildlife status, contact the wildlife management experts at AAAC Wildlife Removal for a wildlife population study.