Since 1955 H.B. Sherman Traps have been the worldwide standard in live animal traps, helping facilitate small mammal research in a safe, environmentally friendly way.
The traps are used to catch a wide variety of animals including shrews, voles, mice, rats, chipmunks, flying squirrels, ground squirrels, and so much more.
The most common reported uses are population studies, collection, teaching and ecological or environmental impact studies. Others use them for mark and release programs, summer nature camps, or simply personal observation and pleasure. They are even used to promote fossil research and relocation.
Since 1955 Sherman Traps have become the industry standard in live animal trapping and study worldwide. Sherman Traps, Inc. supplies a variety of organizations including The Centers for Disease Control, U.S. Forest Service, the Department of Agriculture, the U.S. Military, the National Park Service, South Africa's Department of Nature Conservation, Zoos and Universities around the world. In addition, thousands of individual scientists and research organizations use these traps everyday for both study and observation.
H.B. Sherman Traps, Inc. maintains it's reputation by listening to clients. We understand that the needs of researchers are constantly changing as research methods become more and more sophisticated. Our willingness to adapt to meet those needs results in the development of new and better live animal traps with the features you require. Whether you have a special use application or just want to discover which product is right for you, we invite you to explore the site, order online, or give us a call. Our Trap Consultants are always available to answer your questions.
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