WILDLIFE DAMAGE MANAGEMENT FOR AQUACULTURE
 














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WHAT PREDATOR ARE YOU TRYING TO CONTROL? POSITIVE IDENTIFICATION IS CRUCIAL FOR PROPER CONTROL. When approaching the question of wildlife control around an aquaculture facility, the following items must be considered:

  • Many predators are just actually consuming weak or dying fish that are often the result of poor management or water quality.


  • The number of fish lost to predators may be insignificant based on the cost of eradicating the predator.


  • Some nuisance animals learn management behaviors and circumvent standard control measures.

  • This web site is to be used as a resource for control options. For any lethal control measures,
    IT IS THE AQUACULTURE PRODUCER'S RESPONSIBILITY TO OBTAIN ANY AND ALL PERMITS FROM BOTH STATE AND FEDERAL AUTHORITIES with jurisdiction over the species that is being controlled.
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