Did Hurricane Irma Send You an Uninvited Houseguest?
Watch Out for Displaced Animals
Even though the Florida Department of Health has urged residents to watch out for displaced wild animals such as alligators and snakes, there are bound to be a few surprises along the way. No one expects to find a raccoon in their closet. Wildlife management companies have already received numerous reports of wild animal sightings in homes and neighborhoods. Nuisance wildlife can be dangerous, especially frightened wild animals that have been forced to flee their natural habitat. Florida home and business owners should rely on a professional wildlife removal company to inspect buildings and humanely return wild animals to their preferred habitat.
There’s no doubt that hurricane Irma displaced thousands of wild animals, including snakes, raccoons, birds, possums, rats, squirrels, armadillos and many other wildlife species. All they wanted to do is get out of the rain. Well, there’s a solution to every problem, and an expert wildlife management operator can make things right again. Nuisance wild animals are a common occurrence in Florida, but hurricane Irma caused everyone, people and animals alike, to head for the hills.
Wild Animal Parks
The good news is that Florida wildlife park officials have assured the public that no dangerous wild animal species have escaped. That is good news for Florida residents, not to mention the animals. Wild animal parks are home to many dangerous species, including snakes, gators and raccoons.
Wild animals are quite adept at entering homes in the best of times. Snakes, squirrels, rats and other animals don’t require much of a hole to enter attics, basements or HVAC systems. Wildlife management companies can professionally seal homes and businesses to prevent wild animals from entering homes, commercial businesses and industrial facilities.