Information on rabbit biology and control methods, including exclusion, repellents, live trapping, habitat modification, toxicants, and shooting.
The woodchuck, also known as the groundhog or whistle pig, is one of Pennsylvania's most widely distributed mammals.
Tree squirrels sometimes find their way into buildings through loose siding or ventilation screens.
Skunks are nocturnal residents known for their repugnant odor, and is a cause for concern because they sometimes set up their dens close to human dwellings.
This publication provides basic information for Pennsylvania landowners regarding their rights to control nuisance wildlife. Further information for many of the species mentioned here can be found in the Wildlife Damage Control fact sheet series, published by Penn State Extension. Direct additional questions to a regional office of the Pennsylvania Game Commission or your county extension office.