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Most North Carolina rules pertaining to control of wildlife species were designed for large mammals and rural situations. Now regulations must meet the needs of urban residents to control urban animal nuisance and household damage.
Procedures for animal damage control have changed in response to environmental protection efforts. Permits, traps, and pest control chemicals can be acquired from the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission and Agricultural Extension Service.