Internet Center for Wildlife Damage Management

Provides science-based information on how to manage wildlife damage and responsibly resolve human-wildlife conflicts. Ideas for preventing as well as inspecting and identifying wildlife damage are also available on this website.

Missouri Department of Conservation

Aims to protect and manage the fish, forest and wildlife resources of the state. MDC has resource foresters available to help landowners manage their woodlands, as well as wildlife damage biologists to help landowners and homeowners prevent and control damage caused by wildlife. Availability is dependent on demand for landowner assistance in your area.

U.S. Department of Agriculture APHIS Wildlife Services

Provides information and assistance in resolving human-wildlife damage conflicts, such as those involving migratory birds and feral hogs.