Wildlife Removal and Prevention is easy when you know what to look for. Here are signs you need a wildlife removal specialist!
To understand the problems and common conflicts with deer and issues that can arise from the overpopulation of deer, consider this..
Spring and summer is baby deer season! For many homeowners in rural communities, this means a possible encounter with a baby dear on your property. This may seem alarming at first, but actually, it is a pretty common occurrence. What to do if you find a baby deer?
As the deer populations grow and urban sprawl continues to encroach upon rural communities, there is an increase in deer-car collisions. Here’s how to prevent deer-vehicle collisions. Deer-vehicle collisions are dangerous and costly, but they can be avoided.
Spring and summer season brings flowers, outdoor activities, and the very destructive yard rodent: the groundhog. A larger member of the squirrel family, the Marmota monax can wreak havoc to homes, yards, and foundations. Many homeowners have experienced the destruction caused by groundhogs -and their elusive behavior. While most groundhogs are pretty shy and getting rid of them is challenging, …
How do I know if I need wildlife exclusion in my home? Small animals like birds, squirrels, opossums, bats, and raccoons are always on the lookout for a safe place to live and nest—and sometimes that safe place is your home or attic. An infestation of pest wildlife can cause damage to your home, health, or property. That’s why professional …
Here’s how to Prevent Birds from Nesting around your home – hint: it requires the installation of humane and effective bird deterrents.
With spring comes the return of birds! Here are some important bird nest do’s and don’ts from the experts.
Deer will stop at almost nothing to devour your saplings, flowers, fruits and vegetables. Here are some ways to keep deer out of your garden this Spring.
Birds and bats can be such beautiful creatures. It’s amazing to see them flying through the sky or perched in a tree. But did you know that their droppings can be dangerous to your health? Birds and bats can carry a variety of diseases, so it’s important to take precautions when dealing with their droppings. Keep reading for more information …
Birds, nests, and eggs are all protected under wildlife legislation. These restrictions apply not only to the bird you’re trying to eradicate but also to other bird species that may be harmed as a result of your efforts. To deploy controls in most nations, you’ll need a license and a skilled operator.