Animal Exterminators - Common Wildlife Pests

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Common wildlife pests include squirrels, moles, opossums, raccoons, rats, bats, deer, mice, coyotes, seagulls, snakes, woodpeckers and pigeons. Some of these species are protected by state or federal regulations, such as bears, bats, deer, ducks, geese, woodpeckers, and coyotes. A professional animal exterminator is informed and up to date on regulations involving species that may be protected by law and require special handling.

To the general public, whether or not a species is labeled a pest can be a matter of opinion. Sometimes it depends on the degree to which the animal can be tolerated by humans. Many people are not concerned about a mole living in their lawn and enjoy seeing squirrels feeding in their yards or gardens. The neighbor next door may feel that both are nuisance pests that are wreaking havoc on their property.

If the behavior of a wild animal is affecting your family, ignoring the problem will not encourage it to go away. If you have questions or are uncertain about the animal issue, contact animal exterminators to speak with trained professionals about wildlife removal services. Most invading rodents settle in your home and decide to stay. Unfortunately, the longer an animal remains undisturbed in any particular area, the more difficult it will be to remove. The animal will build a nest, produce offspring and attract others to shelter in your home. Contact a wildlife removal company to speak with a trained professional regarding the problem, no matter how minor it may seem.

Common Wildlife Management Complaints

Many of nature's creatures are quite capable of causing extensive damage in a short period of time. Raccoons, opossums, rats, squirrels, bats, and many other animals cause millions of dollars in property damage every year. Some carry diseases and parasites that can be transmitted to you or your pets.

Common problems include squirrels climbing noisily in the walls of your home or scurrying across the attic at night. Squirrels also chew on electrical wiring, which poses an alarming risk for your family. Moles digging tunnels on your property, raccoons tipping over trash cans and rooting through the mess. A nuisance pest may eat your pets food for or worse, attack and bite it.

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