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Animals are most often moved by people who are experiencing problems with wildlife or by those who think the animal would be better off somewhere else. Never move wildlife; it can cause a lot of harm to the animal. Not only is moving wildlife illegal in Massachusetts, but it is often ineffective for those who are trying to find a solution to a wildlife problem.
Here are some reasons not to move wildlife:
If you are facing conflicts with wildlife, check your property to see what is attracting the animal. Get rid of food sources, such as garbage or bird feeders, and close off crawl spaces. You may want to contact a Problem Animal Control agent to take care of the wildlife. You can also review more information on our Problem with wildlife page.
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