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Wildlife Pests - Raccoons, Opossums, Snakes and More

When left to their own devices, wild animals can destroy your property, eat drywall, tear insulation, chew through wires and cause fires, make loud noises, leave droppings behind and even die in your walls and smell as they decompose. To have one of the following animals humanely removed from your home, contact MosquitoNix®. Learn more about wildlife and other pests in the Pest Library.

Types of Wildlife

Bats - Bats are flying mammals that live on insects and hunt nocturnally. During the day, they can make their way into dark, secluded areas of your home, such as attics, to sleep.

Birds - Large flocks of birds can easily become a nuisance at your place of business. They can also easily become trapped inside large buildings without being able to find a way out.

Moles - Moles are small, tunneling mammals that dig long tunnel mazes in yards. Unfortunately, mole tunnels can cause extensive damage to sod and landscaping.

Opossums - Opossums are North American marsupials that are not dangerous, but they can build their dens in attics and garages. They can also eat pet chickens and poultry, and can be rabies carriers.

Pocket Gophers - Gophers are burrowing rodents that create intricate tunnel systems underground. While pocket gophers are actually good for the environment, they do create unsightly mounds in your yard and can be removed.

Rabbits - Bunnies are cute only until they start eating all of the vegetables and flowers that you worked so hard to plant in your garden. Sometimes, fences are enough to keep them out. Other times, a professional is needed for safe removal.

Raccoons - Raccoons are nocturnal mammals that can do damage to your property by living underneath sheds and other structures. Once they've begun nesting, they can be very destructive and they can spread diseases in your home.

Skunks - Because of the pungent odor that skunks can spray on you, their removal is best left to professionals. These smelly mammals will wander into your yard in search of grubs and other food.

Snakes - Be sure to always call a professional if you find a poisonous snake on your property. Do not risk getting bitten by these dangerous reptiles.

Squirrels - Squirrels are generally not destructive and can live happily on your property. However, they can sometimes make their way into attics and get stuck without a way out.

Woodchucks - Woodchucks are large, burrowing rodents that can destroy landscaping and eat garden crops. If a groundhog is tearing up your yard, we can help you remove it.

Voles - Voles are small rodents that resemble mice. They can cause damage by chewing on garden plants and tree trunks. They also create tunnels, which can cause damage to landscaping.