After a long and cold winter, there is nothing more refreshing than looking out your window to see the first signs of spring blossom through the snow. As we all start to enjoy more time outdoors, so do our furry and feathered friends. Spring brings the wildlife in our communities an abundance of food that allows them to begin emerging from their winter dens, exploring their environment, and reproducing throughout the next several months. Warmer weather, higher temperatures, and blooming gardens, create the perfect springtime recipe for urban wildlife to thrive across communities in North America.
Raccoons, squirrels, skunks and birds give birth to their new litters at different times throughout the spring. Their number one priority is to find a safe and warm place to birth and raise their young. Unfortunately for homeowners this means a dramatic increase in wildlife activity. Protecting your home is best done proactively, so follow these tips to protect your property from wildlife damage.
If you notice any signs of wildlife entry this spring, please give us a call or send a message. The arrival of babies each spring makes wildlife removal more complex but after over 30 years in business, we have seen it all. Our expertly trained technicians are here to help you through every step of the process, and our humane approach to wildlife removal is effective and safe for both you and the wildlife.
By humanely removing all wildlife from your home, thoroughly decontaminating the area and screening every entry point, you can be sure your property is protected against future wildlife threats. Don’t hesitate – contact Skedaddle Humane Wildlife Control to protect your family and your home at the first sign of wildlife intrusion.
We start by performing a comprehensive inspection of your home and use hands-on techniques to humanely remove unwanted home guests.
Trained specialists remove your wildlife using a humane, effective, and guaranteed approach.
We promise our workmanship and materials will stand the test of time.
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