Since beginning their careers, Go Pro Wildlife Removal owners Chris and Stephanie Kadletz have operated with a goal of bridging the gap between human interactions and protecting wildlife. Before moving to the Auburn, Alabama area, Chris and his wife Stephanie owned a successful aquarium business in Florida and helped build a sea turtle rehabilitation exhibit.
“I enjoy helping people and Go Pro Wildlife Removal is one way I can help people, as well as wildlife.”
- Chris Kadletz
Pursuing his passion of working with native and exotic wildlife, Chris has been working with wild animals since 2004. During this time Chris has served both the public and animals in different capacities including wildlife rehabilitation and as a wildlife control operator.
With a degree in Animal Science, Chris uses his knowledge and expertise to educate the public regarding how to protect their homes and find permanent solutions to wildlife removal. As the only member of the National Wildlife Control Operations Association (NWCOA) in the Auburn/Opelika, Alabama area, Chris is continually researching best methods of wildlife removal through control operator training and annual conferences.
Since 2004, Stephanie has been working in the field of wildlife rehabilitation helping to resolve human wildlife conflicts. Stephanie started in this industry motivated by the need to help educate the general public about human wildlife conflicts, as well as preserving the native wildlife.
Currently, Stephanie works as a Raptor Rehab Specialist at the Auburn University Southeastern Raptor Center. Stephanie assists in teaching veterinary students about wildlife medicine and rehabilitation. She has spoken at numerous wildlife rehabilitation conferences at the state and national level. As a member of the National Wildlife Rehabilitators Association (NWRA) and International Wildlife Rehabilitation Council (IWRC), Stephanie continues to serve as a strong voice for wildlife rehabilitation.
Stephanie holds a degree in Animal Science and is working towards a Master’s degree in Natural Resources.
Having worked in the wildlife industry for the past seven years, Trever enjoys implementing solutions that not only solve customer issues but allows the public and wildlife to live harmoniously. With a background in construction, Trever provides expertise when executing the most challenging exclusion projects.
Trever enjoys not only the interaction with wildlife, but the challenge of learning and anticipating their natural instincts and how these intersect with the general public. An avid outdoorsman, Trever attributes his experience in and appreciation of nature to this love of wildlife.
Our team lives by our philosophy of bridging the gap between human interactions and protecting wildlife. We spend countless hours outside of assisting our customers, helping wildlife through rehabilitation efforts.