Wildlife We Service
Grey squirrels can be a problem anytime of the year, but are more of an issue during spring and fall. Spring time marks the season for babies. Squirrels can have up to 3 litters a year. Squirrels take the opportunity to enter attics and use your insulation as nesting material to raise young. While inside, squirrels defecate on insulation and chew electrical or cable lines. Flying squirrels do the same except they are communal (living in colonies) and are nocturnal. Playful critters, flying squirrels can make a lot of noise through the night and disturbing your sleep.
Protected in NJ, bats can squeeze into structural gaps that lead into your attic or walls. If you have a colony living in your attic, you may have already experienced strange sounds or a pungent odor. Bat guano if allowed to pile up, will eventually form a mold called histoplasmosis. This mold if disturbed will become airborne. Sometimes bats find their way in living quarters. This is considered exposure. Its important to have it removed and tested for rabies as a precautionary measure.
Causing a lot of damage, Raccoons can be a true nuisance. Whether raiding garbage cans or tearing up shingles, Raccoons need to be taken care of before anymore damage occurs. Raccoons love to raise their young in attics or chimneys. Feces builds up causing unpleasant odors.
Groundhogs are vegetarians, eating all sorts of vegetation including garden vegetables and flowers. Groundhogs are excellent diggers, excavating under decks, sheds and near foundations. This tunneling sometimes compromises foundations and structures if left alone.
Besides the obvious reason to have skunk removed, they are great diggers usually leaving divots in your lawn searching for grubs and other insects. Skunk enjoy burrowing in wood piles, under decks or sheds. If not taken care of, skunk will multiply.
Starling and Sparrows become nuisances when they enter exhaust vents to nest and raise young. Usually home owners will find these birds exiting loose or hanging soffits. Pigeons become problems as they roost on ledges and defecating causing an unsightly scene. Also carrying many diseases in their droppings, pigeons can create illnesses if come in contact with it.
All Things Wildalso has solutions for mockingbirds, woodpeckers, barn swallows and more.
On occasion, ducks find a comfy spot in your yard to lay their eggs. Eventually, come ducklings. Unable to fly, the ducklings stay on your property with mama staying near. They use pools as their water source defecating in it.
All Things Wildremoves and relocates the entire family so you can enjoy your pool.
Whether black rat snakes, garter snakes or water snakes,
All Things Wildwill develop a strategy to solve your snake problem. Usually the most common snake calls are that snakes are in the yard, in the basement or garage.
Chipmunks eat bulbs and roots of your flowers and ornamentals. Creating burrows about 3 inches wide, Chipmunks will create a large mound of dirt near the burrows. These critters also at times accidentally enter into living spaces.
Mice and Rats carry several diseases.