Wildlife Control

Wildlife control involves having animal presence managed in various zones where there exist co-habitation with humans. Some wildlife species do not co-exist peacefully with humans and create a nuisance in their environment. Nuisance wildlife therefore have to be managed so that the effects of their nuisance is eliminated. At times, the best way to eliminate them is through the removal of the nuisance-creating wildlife species. The most common effects of such wildlife is damage to property and conveyance of disease to humans and their pets.

Removal of Raccoons

Some of the common wildlife that cause nuisance to the human way of living include: Raccoons, Squirrels, Rats, Mice, Moles, Skunks, Birds, Snakes and Beavers

Tree Hugger, Raccoon

Out of all the above, the most dealt with nuisance animals are raccoons. They are mostly classified as pest species because of the kind of life they have, dwelling around human beings. The raccoons can live in attics and chimneys, play around garbage cans and pits, alarming pets and taking pet food. In most cases, people prefer to have the raccoons trapped and removed from their residence.

The raccoon removal is highly driven by the fact that they have adapted to cope with life around humans, sourcing food from leftovers disposed in garbage collection points and dumpsters, living off house roofs. The impact of this is negatively great as they damage the house, emitting a lot of noise and producing an awful smell due to their droppings. In some events, they break into the room within the residence searching for pet food to indulge in. At this level, it is risky as it transmits diseases such as rabies that in turn affect humans and their pets.

The raccoon’s counterpart, the skunk, is another nuisance with its smell and destruction as the most annoying features. Skunks dig holes in yards, destroy buildings and at some instances, they spray other animals such as human pets causing them to smell so awful. The best way to remove the skunk is somewhat similar to the raccoon; trap and remove from the premise. Caution should be taken, however, to avoid getting sprayed by the animal.

Douglas_SquirrelWith their habit of living in houses, bats are also considered a nuisance. With the awful smell emitted by their droppings, they can make a decent housing facility be so stuffy and uncomfortable to live in. Not only do they cause the bad smell but also swarm around the buildings at dusk, making a lot of noise and scaring the young children who may not be aware of the animal’s behavior. Since they prefer living in attics, the accumulate droppings and even create offspring over time.

The result of this is the destruction of the roof and ceiling, caused by the damaging weight that is ever increasing and the toxic and destructive droppings. Squirrels also have the same habits as the raccoons, living in attics, stealing pet food, destroying wood appliances and getting stuck in homes. The methods employed to curb them are similar to the ones employed when dealing with the others mentioned earlier. Wildlife removal atlanta has Wildlife and Pest on their side. They will humanely relocate the pests away from your home.