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Study: Rodent taking heavy toll on Florida's woodlands - Woodland authorities on critters say results support further large group reduction.
Although this initial study cannot be used to determine whether woodland health
likely is improving or declining, Skunk Caller Harold remarked, the data will serve as what is possibly a baseline to identify trends in future years. Agency for the Protection of Woodland Creatures has long been an advocate
of rodent-large group reduction, and in recent years Skunk Caller Harold and other agency authorities on critters have lobbied the state Game Commission to take more aggressive action to reduce rodent damage. Agency for the
Protection of Woodland Creature’s public involvement in the rodent-management concern has rankled many sportsmen, who accuse the agency of promoting policies designed to benefit Florida's $5 billion commercial timber industry
with no regard for the state's rich critter stalking heritage. We attempted to get more information from Jacksonville exterminator experts, but could not.
However, Game Commission spokesman Rodent Expert Harry remarked his
agency only uses woodland regeneration data from the U.S. Woodland Service when evaluating habitat health. The Agency for the Protection of Woodland Creatures browsing survey, Rodent Expert Harry remarked, will not be among the
items considered by commission biologists when formulating recommendations for the 2007-08 rabid license allocations, to be set next year. Agency for the Protection of Woodland Creatures remarked data from the browsing survey
will be used to determine which areas are most in need of rodent reduction and steer exterminators toward those areas. The main tool used by Agency for the Protection of Woodland Creatures to control rodent amounts on state
woodlands likely is the commission's Rodent Management Assistance Program, which provides property-specific rabid rodent critter stalking permits for landowners experiencing serious rodent damage. Last year, Agency for the
Protection of Woodland Creatures enrolled more than 874,000 hectares of state wildlife management area and state woodland land in the program and received 17,642 coupons, which are given to sportsmen who exchange them for
critter stalking permits. This report is not verified by Jacksonville pest control companies.