Everything you need for removal and deterrence
Opossums and Skunks
GRINNERS AND STINKERS
While not particularly aggressive, possums and skunks still generate concerns that cause them to be a heath risk and nuisance. They can be carriers of ticks, fleas and diseases that are transmittable to both humans and pets.
Canine distemper, roundworm, rabies, human contactable leptospirosis and tularemia are just a few, especially with feces left behind while they are scavenging.
Foundation damage can happen from skunks burrowing around and under outbuildings as well as severe landscaping damage from their search for grubs to eat.
TRASH PANDA LOOKING 4 HOME & FOOD
Fast, adaptable learners, raccoons will work to find ways to get to food they want. Garbage, bird feeders, pet food, chicken coops and food for non-nuisance wildlife are all prime targets.
Property damage from raccoons can be severe. Raccoons will take and create opportunities to get access into your home. Un-repaired holes may be taken advantage of and further damaged. Invasive actions to access shelter in your building can result in insulation being torn apart, siding and exterior damage.
They pose health risks to pets and humans with various transmittable diseases such as rabies and distemper. They can also harm smaller livestock, and may act aggressively towards pets.
Groundhogs and Rabbits
DIG DIG DIG UP YOUR YARD
Groundhogs and rabbits are known for the holes they leave behind. Holes caused by burrowing can wreak havoc on farm equipment driving over the holes, injuries to humans and livestock such as horses and cattle and even foundation damage. An average groundhog excavates 700 pounds of dirt for one den. They may have four or five dens in their territory.
Garden enthusiasts, not only will they eat your flowers and vegetables, the tunnels under gardens can weaken soil structure.
Squirrels and Chipmunks
I ATE YOUR WIFI
Frequently seen raiding your bird feeder, squirrels and chipmunks can also be destructive. A squirrel can fit through a hole only 1 1/2 inches wide and gain access to your home. Both squirrels and chipmunks will chew through wiring, insulation, personal items, and create more holes while searching for nesting materials. With access to your home they may also try to get into food within the house.
YOUR PETS ARE SNACKS
Livestock, small outdoor pets such as cats and small dogs are all possible victims for predators like fox, coyotes and bobcats. The population for these predators are also expanding into urban areas as they adapt and find opportunities. Once they've found a free, accessible meal, they're very likely to continue returning.
WE DAM THINGS
Some damage can be hard to detect depending on the aquatic nuisance, we can help you identify them!
Muskrats and beavers are local aquatic nuisances. Small and elusive muskrats can damage ornamental ponds by eating decorative, and agricultural vegetation. They will tunnel and burrow in water storage areas causing erosion and irrigation canal damage. The damage they do from tunneling and foraging can have extreme long term damage to wetland habitats.
Beavers will chew trees down and create dams as big as 40ft that cause flooding. Septic drain fields and road flooding are possible. Beavers are territorial and removal is more effective than deterrence.
Both can carry tularemia and contaminate water sources.