Animals More Active in the Summer MonthsYou will still need to take a preventative approach to the typical animals in your areas, like mice and birds. However, some animals become more of a problem in the summer, like:
About the author: Alex joins Skedaddle as the company’s first franchise owner in British Columbia. After graduating from the University of Guelph with a degree in Wildlife Biology & Conservation, Alex earned his Masters of Science of Forestry from Lakehead University. With the opportunity to work with wildlife Alex took a job in forestry working in remote areas across British Columbia. Alex most recently spent time working for Environment & Climate Change Canada. His passion and love of wildlife led him to join Skedaddle to provide families across the Tri-cities with a humane approach to wildlife control. In his spare time, Alex enjoys playing board games with friends and family, playing sports and also dabbles in some wildlife photography.
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