Devon Wildlife Management was established in 2015 by myself, I found it was time to expand the business after many years working from home. Ermington Mill was chosen as our base because of its easy access to the A38 and South Hams, its location provides a great spring board to travel anywhere in the county. This move has enabled us to add more services to our very busy mole catching business at the request of many of our customers, all without the use of poison’s or chemicals.
Gerald Ayliffe joined us in January, bringing with him a fantastic ability to catch Moles; this has helped with the huge increase in activity over the winter. My daughter Natalie is doing a lot of the administration work, whilst looking into new products and innovations which we intend to introduce next year.
When you use our services to have any Rabbits, Moles, Squirrels, Rats, Mice, Mink, Stoats or Weasels controlled, you can feel confident that the work will be carried out by competent professional people.
We do not use any poisons or chemicals in our work and have a good understanding of the alternative options to carry out the tasks required.
We will work with you to find the best way to complete this while considering your needs as a client.
Fancy a morning out with a mole catcher
Spend a morning with a mole catcher where you can see our traditional skills in use.
This is a morning out where you get the chance to check and set our mole traps.
We won’t spend time teaching you how to catch moles, this is not a mole catching course, but we will show you what we do while taking in some spectacular views of South Devon.Click Here for more info.
Fancy an afternoon out rabbiting
Spend an afternoon with us where you can take part in rabbiting using polecats and long nets. This is an afternoon out where you get the chance to set the nets and watch our pole cats at work. We won’t spend time teaching you how to catch rabbits, this is not a rabbit catching course, but we will show you what we do and get you to take part while taking in some spectacular views of South Devon. Click Here for more info.