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- Getting Involved | WA Trappers Assc
HOW YOU CAN HELP We all want to see trapping continue on into the indefinite future. You can help that vision be a reality by investing a little time and effort into making WSTA a bigger, better, stronger organization. It will pay dividends in the long run. Become a member By banding together and adding your name to our membership roster, you've helped make WSTA stronger. Those membership numbers really mean something when we testify to the Board of Game or contact a legislator for help. Recruit more members Another great way to help build strength is to recruit new members. If each one of us could recruit one new member per year, we would become a force to be reckoned with. Both supporters and opponents would notice the tremendous growth in WSTA. Volunteer For the association, there are always tasks (both big and small) that need to be done, and groups meeting on a regular basis. We'll do our best to find a project that meets your talents and available time. We are stronger by association and you'll be helping to build us stronger. Write an article One of the most valuable contributions they can make is to write an article for our online updates. We are the glue that binds our organization together. By composing thoughts and sharing experiences and insight, we all see and learn things on the 'line that would be of interest to fellow trappers. Take a few minutes to put words together and send them to us. Be an ethical trapper Conduct your trapping activities in compliance with the highest ethical standards. Every year, we have to deal with incidents where traps are set in inappropriate places. Those incidents give every trapper a black eye in the view of the general public and eat up a tremendous amount of our time and energy. Be sure that you aren't one of the trappers causing these problems. Donate By giving to the WSTA, you are supporting our efforts across the state in pursuit of ethical and safe trapping.
- Membership | WA Trappers Assc
Why join WSTA? PROTECTION REPRESENTATION EDUCATION Your membership helps protect your trapping rights. Renewing members receive an Official WSTA Logo decal Educational scholarship opportunities for students Educational literature to inform the public about trapping Representation at national and international wildlife meetings Information provided on a state-by-state basis by NTA state representatives. Member Login Not a member? Join today! Standard Membership Regular Membership $ 30 30$ Every year Adults 18 and Older Select Licensed Business $ 50 50$ Every year Business Membership Select Junior Membership $ 5 5$ Every year Ages 17 and Under Select Senior Membership $ 15 15$ Every year Adults 70 and Over Select Lifetime Membership $ 450 450$ No expiration Select Stronger by Association
- Resources | WA State Trappers Association
RESOURCES Helpful Links Trapper Education Dept. of Fish & Wildlife (WDFW)- Washington Reintroduction of Fishers in WA WDFW Download Tips for Successful Lobbying Trapping Seasons and Regulations Furbearer Trapping Report Form for a Special Permit to Trap a Problem Animal Application Application for Trappers License (Trapping licenses are available at any License dealer. Buying a trapping license through WDFW will add an extra $105 application fee.) Community Forums Hunting Washington - Discussion Forum (in your profile you can request access to WSTA members-only page) Trapperman.com WSTA is an affiliate of the National Trappers Association and Fur Takers of America Wildlife Control Operators (WCO's)- Hire a Specialist! Critter Control of Seattle Servicing Seattle, Tacoma, and eastside areas (206)431-6833, (253)922-8274 or (425)688-0188 "Protecting People, Property, Wildlife" in the Puget Sound area for 18 years Now offering wildlife and insect control, repairs/exclusion, and cleanups. Maverick Wildlife Services- Michael Monroe Cell: (360) 903-3110, Home: (360) 834-6174 Area of Service: Camas, Washougal, S.E. Clark County, W. Skamania County Will remove Raccoon, Opossum, Beaver, Starling, Squirrel, Skunk, and others. I do repairs. Problem Critter Control- Bill Bieker Phone: (360) 623-0298, Email Address: email@example.com Will take care of your problem animals (beaver, otter, raccoon, moles, skunks, possum, etc.) Area of Service: West Lewis County area (Centralia, Chehalis and surrounding area). Trey's Wildlife Trapping Phone: (425) 941-5001, Website: treyswildlifetrapping.com Area of Service: N. King County & S. Snohomish County Protecting Health, Safety & Property using Certified Humane removal methods to resolve problem wildlife issues. Repair & Insect/Rodent Control services available. Central Washington Wildlife Control- Eric Lauver Area of Service: Grant, Kittitas, Douglas, Franklin, and Adams Counties. Phone: (509) 797-5175, Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org www.centralwashingtonwildlifecontrol.weebly.com Nuisance wildlife solutions. Big Bad Wolf Wildlife Damage Control- Michael Wells Area of Service: South Seattle Area Phone: (253) 948-8278, Email Address: Bigbadwolfwdc@gmail.com Kathlene Amrine Area of Service: Lewis and Cowlitz countries Phone: (360) 985-7135, Email Address: Kra@tds.net Experienced Flat tail Beaver trapping, Mt Beaver trapping as well as Porcupine. 30 years of experience. Reasonable prices. Jack Russell Wildlife Control Area of Service: Southwest Washington; Olympia and surrounding areas. Phone: (360) 508-8115, Website http://jackrusselltrapping.com/ Bat removal, bird control, raccoon removal, rat control, and more! We also seal your home to prevent future infestation. Nuisance Wildlife Removal and Consultation Services- Bobby Hilt Area of Service: Clallam and Jefferson Counties Phone: 360-640-4595, Email: email@example.com "No critter to big or small, I can get ritter your critter once and for all" Otters, Beavers, Bobcat, coyote, Mt. beaver to moles. Sure Set Trap Co- Josh Lewis Area of Service: Buckley, WA Phone: (360) 593-3074, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org If you are a Wildlife Control Operators and are interested in having your information posted on our webpage, please contact us now. *WSTA assumes no liability for any services nor warrants any services provided by WCOs. WSTA assumes no responsibility for any liability as a result of any action or lack of action of a WCO. WSTA accepts no responsibility nor endorses any agreements or claims made by any WCO. Have a Question? Contact Us Thanks for submitting! Submit