When is it the right time to call a Wildlife Removal Company?

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There’s a lot homeowners can do to prevent a problem, or solve an existing one. It’s important to keep in mind that wild animals don’t want to be around humans, they just want to eat, sleep and breed in the most convenient places possible. That’s often under your driveway, in your attic, on your landscape or in your walls!

You can discourage bats and squirrels from nesting in an attic by sealing entry points under eaves and replacing damaged siding or roofing. Keep trash cans securely lidded and in the garage until the morning of pickup to frustrate a raccoon. Keep rodents away by removing bird feeders for the summer and fall, when there’s plenty of food in the wild. Keeping pet food indoors and fastening pet doors at night will keep snakes and other hungry creatures from coming in.

Call (866)-263-WILD 24/7 and speak with a trusted professional.

When It’s Time to Call a Professional

Of course, if you already have an armadillo burrowed under your home’s foundation, or a persistent family of raccoons that still find a way into the trash, it may be time to call a professional wildlife removal service. No matter how small, it is never wise to handle a wild animal by yourself. They can inflict physical injury when confronted, and their droppings and bodies carry parasites and diseases.

Call (866)-263-WILD 24/7 and speak with a trusted professional.

A wildlife removal specialist receives extensive training in the biology and habits of nuisance animals in spring, and is expert in techniques for raccoon trapping and armadillo trapping. Call for a free assessment of your wildlife problem this spring, and start the summer off right!

Call (866)-263-WILD 24/7 and speak with a trusted professional.

Spring is always a welcome rejuvenation for the winter landscapes of Florida. The people of the Sunshine State are getting out and about, and so are the animals. Everything from the ever-present grey squirrel to the armor-plated armadillo is scurrying around, looking for food, digging burrows and making nests for new litters of young. Insects hatch, and bats get busy eating them, flitting around at dusk.

Wildlife Prevention Tips

Wildlife Prevention Tips

With all the diversity of Florida wildlife come the problems of invasive species, lack of natural predators and a shrinking habitat. While we enjoy sharing the environment with the wildlife that surrounds us, there are limits when it comes to the property damage we’re willing to endure. When overpopulation creates a nuisance or a danger to human health, it’s time to consider a strategy for keeping wildlife at bay.

 

 

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