Elite Wildlife Solutions


Elite Wildlife Solutions of Westchester is a privately owned and operated business by Mr. David Dilworth. He is a Westchester native and has lived in Westchester his entire life. Since a young child Mr. Dilworth has been a wildlife enthusiast as far as anyone can remember.

Since he was a young child David was introduced to the great outdoors first by his father and uncles, tagging along on small game hunts with beagles and hounds. He recalls having just as much pleasure listening to the stories of past hunts, and the one that got away, as the actual hunting itself. It were these stories and exciting tales which made him work hard at becoming one of the hunting comrads of his father and uncles, and to one day have stories just as exciting to tell of his own. Before he was able to hunt with a weapon because of his age and being to young, David still spent every spare moment walking in the woods learning animal tracks and the sign which they left behind to ensure his success once he were of age to hunt.

Besides the introduction to wildlife in the local woods of Westchester County, Mr. Dilworth’s mothers family comes from Catteraugus and Chattaqua County about 375 mi. from his native town of Elmsford, NY. It was here as well where David was exposed to a long line of hunters, trappers, and fishermen which undertook these activities as much for sport as they did to put food on the table. It was here where he learned the importance of wildlife management and to respect mother nature since she is the hand that feeds us.

 

We realize that as time goes on which was once rural is now suburban, and what is now suburban will at some point be urban. While more and more habitat is reduced and lost to building of new homes, parks and recreation to fulfill our ever demanding call for prime real estate, Westchester and the surrounding Counties Putnam and Dutchess are becoming more and more increasingly crowded. While the natural habitat is being reduced to fulfill our needs and wants we are also increasing the potential for wild animal and human interaction and conflict.
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It is Elite INC. Vision to help reduce and resolve these ever increasing issues safely, legally, and methodically with humane treatment of wildlife and give everyone a sound piece of mind in a CHAOTIC time.
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Elite handles every and all calls in respect to wildlife management. Services include but are not limited to trapping and removal of nuisance wildlife, fixing damage caused by wildlife and preventative measures to keep your property from future disruption.

 

Mr. Dilworth Attended Briarcliff High School in Briarcliff Manor NY. After graduating from Briarcliff High School in 1995, David went to SUNY Cobbleskill in Cobbleskill, NY where he majored in Fish and Wildlife Management Curriculum. While in SUNY Cobbleskill he had the opportunity to work a long side the NYS DEC fishery/hatchery while donating some of his spare time. David also participated in an Eastern Coyote Study that ran the duration of 12 weeks, recording the coyotes density in population, movements, and locations in correspondence with a recorded coyote howl and bark and the responses in a given area.
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After attending SUNY Cobbleskill,  David returned to Westchester and continued his studies atWestchester Community College. Mr. Dilworth attained 2 associate degrees there 1. An independent study degree, with a concentration in Nutrition, and 2. A Liberal Arts/Math/Science degree which consisted of 2 Science sequences(Human Bio &Anatomy & Physiology and 2 Math Sequences(Pre-Calculus & Calculus) There after he completed his Undergraduate Degree of a Bachelors of Business Administration at Westchester’s own PACE University in Pleasantville, NY in 2005.
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Mr. Dilworth has a lifetime of experience dealing with wildlife, reading & interpreting animal sign, tracking and capturing of target animals. In addition to the Fish & Wildlife Management credits attained at SUNY Cobbleskill, David gives credit to all his mentors throughout the years who have helped develop him and supported him to become the professional wildlife enthusiast he is today.

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We realize that as time goes on which was once rural is now suburban, and what is now suburban will at some point be urban. While more and more habitat is reduced and lost to building of new homes, parks and recreation to fulfill our ever demanding call for prime real estate, Westchester and the surrounding Counties Putnam and Dutchess are becoming more and more increasingly crowded. While the natural habitat is being reduced to fulfill our needs and wants we are also increasing the potential for wild animal and human interaction and conflict.
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It is Elite INC. Vision to help reduce and resolve these ever increasing issues safely, legally, and methodically with humane treatment of wildlife and give everyone a sound piece of mind in a CHAOTIC time.
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Elite handles every and all calls in respect to wildlife management. Services include but are not limited to trapping and removal of nuisance wildlife, fixing damage caused by wildlife and preventative measures to keep your property from future disruption.

 

Mr. Dilworth Attended Briarcliff High School in Briarcliff Manor NY. After graduating from Briarcliff High School in 1995, David went to SUNY Cobbleskill in Cobbleskill, NY where he majored in Fish and Wildlife Management Curriculum. While in SUNY Cobbleskill he had the opportunity to work a long side the NYS DEC fishery/hatchery while donating some of his spare time. David also participated in an Eastern Coyote Study that ran the duration of 12 weeks, recording the coyotes density in population, movements, and locations in correspondence with a recorded coyote howl and bark and the responses in a given area.
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After attaining 30 Cr. At SUNY Cobbleskill, David returned to Westchester and continued his studies at WCC/ Westchester Community College. Mr. Dilworth attained 2 associate degrees there 1. An independent study degree, with a concentration in Nutrition, and 2. A Liberal Arts/Math/Science degree which consisted of 2 Science sequences(Human Bio &Anatomy & Physiology and 2 Math Sequences(Pre-Calculus & Calculus) There after he completed his Undergraduate Degree of a Bachelors of Business Administration at Westchester’s own PACE University in Pleasantville, NY in 2005.
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Mr. Dilworth has a lifetime of experience dealing with wildlife, reading&interpreting animal sign, tracking and capturing of target animals. In addition to the Fish & Wildlife Management credits attained at SUNY Cobbleskill, David gives credit to all his mentors throughout the years who have helped develop him and supported him to become the professional wildlife enthusiast he is today.

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