Introduction to Eagle Creek

When wildlife damage exceeds a person’s tolerance it can negatively alter ones perception and view of wildlife. Eagle Creek Wildlife Control strives to ensure that wildlife and people live in harmony.

Eagle Creek Wildlife Control has over 20 years experience in wildlife management. Our staff is highly trained and educated, having a firm background and working knowledge of wildlife management. Eagle Creek Wildlife Control is fully licensed and permitted for capturing and removing various wildlife species. We have extensive experience handling problem wildlife on Golf Courses, Parks, Residential Communities, Gas Plants, High Rises and Landfills. Eagle Creek Wildlife Control manages all species of animals from Voles to Moose and we are recognized for our work with Canada geese, Gulls, Beavers, Muskrats, Coyotes and Deer.


Company History

Eagle Creek Wildlife Control has been in the business for over 20 years, having started in Calgary by company founder, Ron Hanson. Ron had served thirty years with Alberta Fish and Wildlife division as a field officer, Problem Wildlife Specialist, Provincial Problem Wildlife Coordinator and senior manager, concluding his service with the government as Chief of Field Services. Upon retirement he started Eagle Creek Wildlife Control to address the growing concerns and impact of urban expansion and human/wildlife conflicts. Utilizing his extensive experience and knowledge of human wildlife conflicts, he started a company devoted to addressing the growing concerns of wildlife in expanding urban settings. Clients to whom this service was provided during company inception are still being served today.
Eagle Creek currently employs four full time staff and several seasonal employees and is pleased to work with senior Wildlife Biologist Ron Bjorge, BSc., who has a wealth of invaluable experience in his field. Our Health and Safety Officer is Aundria Hood, BSc., EMT-P, HSA, a City EMT with and extensive wildlife management experience, and our Office Administrator is Ron Hanson, a former English teacher who worked with the Conservation Education Branch of Alberta Fish and Wildlife for five years before becoming a teacher and then going on to join Eagle Creek Wildlife Control.