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Iowa DNR Conservation Officers enforce natural resource laws and communicate with the public about the important work of the DNR and other agencies and people who conserve Iowa’s wildlife.
Iowa DNR Depredation Biologists oversee a program to help agricultural landowners and municipalities address wildlife conflicts such as crop depredation or issues around buildings.
Licensed Nuisance Wildlife Control Operator
U.S. Department of Agriculture Wildlife Services
U.S. Department of Agriculture Wildlife Services is a federal program intended to help agricultural landowners and municipalities deal with wildlife conflicts, especially with wildlife that pose a disease threat to humans or agriculture like feral swine or with wildlife protected by federal law, including migratory birds like Canada geese.
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