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About Daniel


I've been catching and observing wildlife since childhood, especially snakes.  I centered my education around it by earning a Bachelors of Wildlife Science from Auburn University and a Masters of Wildlife Science from Virginia Tech.  We relocated to Albuquerque in 2007, and I've been working in nuisance wildlife management since.  Over the years I've been able to work with a wide variety of pest issues, and I have a great background for giving you professional advice and honest work for taking care of nuisance wildlife issues. I really do enjoy trapping and pest removal.


I've been married for twenty four years and have 2 boys. We round out the family with 2 dogs, 2 box turtles, a Siberian hamster, a hooded rat, and a saltwater fish tank (a true love hate relationship...).  As a family we are avid hikers and campers and generally make sure the family vacation is focused on visiting a national park or some other spectacular area to get out in nature.  When I do get some time to myself, I enjoy mountain biking in the Manzanos and Foothills; steadily getting better on an acoustic guitar; walking the dogs, or reading (big fan of true survival stories and post apocalyptic/dystopian fiction). I trained for years in martial arts until the Covid pandemic pushed me out of the dojo (Krav Maga and Sanucus Ryu Jiu Jitsu). We also regularly rock climb as part of the Stone Age Climbing Gym community.  

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