The summer season is upon us and as our thoughts turn to vacations and BBQs there is still plenty of urban wildlife activity going on all around us. Summer is a busy time of year for raccoons, squirrels, skunks and birds. Not only are new litters continuing to arrive but the babies born in early spring are now becoming mobile and causing lots of headaches for homeowners.
We’re not sure why their called the dog days of summer because for us it’s all about bats. Their populations soar right along with the temperature as the babies born in June and July begin to fly and fend for themselves during August. At the height of summer, we’ll receive more calls about bats than any other species.
Waking up to find a bat flying around your bedroom is never fun and it is a sure sign of a larger infestation. Fortunately for homeowners it is also the perfect time of year to remove and exclude the colony inside your walls and attic. Click here to learn more about how Skedaddle Humane Wildlife Control can help solve your home’s bat problem this summer.
If you suspect that you have bats, or any other animal intruders, give us a call. Our trained specialists will take the time to explain our humane, effective and guaranteed approach to wildlife control and answer any questions you may have.
Best of all, once our thorough process is complete, we will have humanely removed the wildlife from your home, cleared and repaired any damage, and protected you from future re-entry.
Don’t wait – connect with Skedaddle Humane Wildlife Control today to protect your home and family or
click here to learn more about what the summer season means for wildlife in your community.