We want to make sure that if you have an animal in your home it is removed the most humane way possible. If you have a skunk, we want to make sure that it is removed with the least amount of spray as possible. If you have a raccoon in your attic, it’s so important to not only remove the parent but to make sure all of the yearlings are removed also.
If you have bats in your attic, removing them while they are nursing can cause the young ones to die. Bats by themselves are actually very beneficial to us because they consume large amounts of insects. However, having them roost in our attics can be very problematic. Removing bats is difficult to do one by one, and most often requires an exclusion process that can take several days.
Opossums can be extremely nasty when they are cornered, especially when they have babies with them. They need to be handled with care to safely remove them.
When doing animal removal, having knowledge about the animal’s biology and birthing season is imperative in order to be successful, thorough, and safe. Kits and pups need to be handled differently, by law, and their removal can create significant complications, especially since the pups are tucked away in a harder to find area.
Obviously, once a raccoon, skunk, or opossum is removed we want it to stay gone and that means using exclusion techniques to make sure they, or any other animal, cannot return.
If you have an animal that needs to be removed from your property don’t try and touch it or approach their den. They can transmit diseases and have nasty bites. Give HH Wildlife Removal a call and we will be able to discuss your options with you.