Wildlife Management in Whitehall
The Whitehall Wildlife Management Committee is an ad hoc committee created through the Office of Mayor with the help of the President of Whitehall Borough Council. The Committee is comprised of 12 appointed Whitehall residents who meet on a monthly basis to discuss and analyze issues involving wildlife in Whitehall Borough. The Committee is organized into 3 subcommittees – the Research subcommittee, the Management by Lethal Means subcommittee, and the Management by Non-Lethal Means subcommittee.
The Committee is currently conducting community-wide research and studying research-based approaches to the management of wildlife.
Landscape and Flower Garden Plants, Rated by Resistance to Deer
Sections of the Whitehall Borough Code pertaining to wildlife
- Section 71 “Animals” (see 71.6.1 for feeding regulations)
- Section 75 “Property Maintenance (see 75.7 for Pest Control Regulations)
2018-2015 Borough Reports
- Living with Nature: A Report about the Residential Survey on the Management of Wildlife in the Borough of Whitehall
- Message from the Whitehall Wildlife Management Committee (Fall/Winter 2017 Borough Report)
- Wildlife Management committee Report 2017 (Spring/Summer)
- Wildlife Sightings and Encounters (Fall/Winter 2016 Borough Report)
- Lyme Disease and Zika Virus Information and Prevention Tips (Spring/Summer 2016 Borough Report)
- Coyote, Mosquito, and Rodent and Pests (Spring/Summer 2016 Borough Report)
- The Facts on Deer and Lyme Disease (Fall/Winter 2015 Borough Report)