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Removal of Nuisance Wildlife

Removal of Nuisance Wildlife

General Information

Document Type:SRCSGT
Posted Date:Jul 10, 2017
Category: Natural Resources and Conservation Services
Set Aside:N/A

Contracting Office Address

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, USACE District, Nashville, Attn: CELRN-CT, PO Box 1070, Nashville, Tennessee, 37202-1070, United States


The Nashville District oversees ten lakes, nine dams, fourteen navigation locks, 267 recreation areas, 3,500 camping sites, and over 3,800 miles of shoreline. During the course of any given year, nuisance wildlife issues arise. These issues have ranged from removing skunks or raccoons from campgrounds to dispersing vultures, Canadian geese, and gulls. The need, however, extends beyond just removing a nuisance. For instance, other problems that the District encounters include animals burrowing into the Districts earthen dams - one of which is classified as DSAC I. Being able to quickly address these invasive species prevents weakening of these structures and the failure to address them poses a safety problem. The total area covered by these services is 336,100 acres of land and 216,200 acres of water. As part of our market research we would like to get an idea of what industry is currently pricing these types of services. Please see the listed bid item schedule and complete and return to Contract Specialist Kristal Jones at email kristal.r.jones@usace.army.mil. We realize that more information could narrow the pricing; however this should be adequate for pricing alone at this time. Please keep in mind that mileage and per diem is always priced at the government rate in accordance with the Joint Travel Regulation (JTR). REQUESTCOST *Removal of Canada geese from Obey River Campground Dale Hollow Dam$_____________ Pesticide treatment of vole colonies on Wolf Creek Dam$_____________ *Vulture roost dispersal from Cheatham Dam with lethal control$_____________ Skunk removal from Anderson Road Campground Nashville Area$______________ *Vulture roost dispersal from Wilson Lock with lethal control$______________ *Removal of Canada geese from Percy Priest beaches$______________ *Gull dispersal from Wheeler Lock with lethal control$______________ Raccoon removal from Old Hickory Dam$______________ Beaver control on Old Hickory$______________ *Canada goose removal from Cordell Hull beaches$______________ *Items with asterisk require a Migratory Bird Permit. Application process for Migratory Bird Permit takes approximately 4-6 weeks for each incident of migratory bird take. Does your firm have a current MBP permit? Costs should be listed for each request for control work. We realize it is near impossible to price these items without specific quantities that may be ordered. If you cant price these items as is, please respond in that manner. Please include: Firm Name: Duns Number: Cage Code: Please respond by 24 July 2017. Thank You.

Original Point of Contact

POC Kristal R Jones, Phone: 615-736-7916

Place of Performance

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