Humane Wildlife Removal
It’s officially winter!
Depending where you are, snow is either coming, or you already have it. With freezing temperatures, frozen grounds and less daylight, this leaves wildlife animals to be in peak survival mode. While most urban wildlife like raccoons, squirrels and skunks begin nesting for long periods to avoid the cold, they still need to eat.
While most homeowners believe these animals go into hibernation, that is not actually the case, while they will spend a considerable amount of time indoors, they still remain active during the winter for food and shelter before mating season begins, which is typically January and February.