Bat Colonies Large numbers of bats living in attics or walls are undesirable. Most bat colonies are small and go unnoticed for years, but when odor or noise increases or bat droppings accumulate, eviction and exclusion are the only safe and permanent remedies. Entry...

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Raccoon Latrine (Feces Removal)

What is a raccoon latrine? Raccoons defecate in communal sites, called latrines. Raccoon feces usually are dark and tubular and have a pungent odor. Latrines may be found at or on: trees (around the base and at forks), raised horizontal surfaces (such as fallen logs,...

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Baby Season

We want to remind everyone that wild animals are having their babies right now, so please be extra careful and give the mother and babies they space they need to survive and thrive. Sometimes a baby animal may appear to be abandoned, but the mother is actually out...

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The spring and summer months are when our wild neighbors are seeking den sites and giving birth to their young. Now is the time when skunks, raccoons, squirrels and other wild animals will be seeking shelter under and around...

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Wildlife Detectives About this website If You See An Opossum In Your Yard, Let It Be I can distinctly remember the first time I ever saw an opossum. I just…

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Wildlife Detectives· PSA for nature. This is why you do not cut trees in the spring or summer months. There are certain species of birds, like this screech owl shown here that are cavity nesters - they nest in the cavities of trees and their nests are not visible,...

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Department of Fish and Wildlife Trapping license: 65504

From raccoons living inside your attic to a skunk living under your home, Wildlife Detectives identifies what type of animal has taken up residence, and if babies are present. Using our “hands off” humane techniques, we ensure no animals are harmed, and that mother and young stay together. We then seal up entry points to prevent a re-occurrence.

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