Varmint Gone Featured On Nat Geo Wild TV Series
On August 21st, Nat Geo Wild premiered their new television series, “When Nature Calls”, featuring Varmint Gone’s Co-Owner, Keith Lange. When wildlife gets a little too close for comfort, people tend to reach for their phones and call for help. Then they take us along for the ride, embedding with six professional animal wranglers. These wranglers are based across the US and have to deal with a wide variety of problems. Everything from rogue moose in Alaska to bats wreaking havoc in a Chicago attic. We are up close and personal with them as they assess the problem, think on their feet and find solutions. Throughout the series, Keith Lange deals with animals from bats and geese, to moose and bears. With his extensive background in wildlife management and rehabilitation, he is not only able to continue helping varmints but also the people who have up-close encounters with them.
Get To Know More About Keith Lange, Co-Owner Of Varmint Gone
Keith Lange is a seasoned wildlife professional when it comes to handling animals. His extensive background in wildlife rescue and rehabilitation comes from 23 years of managing a wildlife reserve in Merrill, Wisconsin. His father, Ron, was also the local specialist. He was called by local game officials and local residents to help hurt and orphaned game animals. Keith’s professional career began with large and small game trapping and nuisance wildlife removal in 1983. He then decided to expand his education by attending the University of Wisconsin. Keith went on to major in Wildlife Biology and minored in Environmental Law Enforcement. Following this, he worked summers with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. During this time, he gained extensive experience in all aspects of Federal and State Environmental regulations. As well as, Federal Trapping/Tagging procedures and specialized trapping techniques.
Varmint Gone Offers Only The Best Across the US
Varmint Gone is a licensed, insured, and local veteran owned company offering fast and reliable wildlife control and wildlife damage repair to homeowners and commercial facilities since 1983. We have three family owned locations: Matthews, North Carolina; Cornelius, North Carolina and Anchorage, Alaska.