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We Provide a Full Range of Pennsylvania Wildlife Removal Services

What problems do wildlife cause?

Most of the calls we get are because homeowners hear animals scurrying around inside the attic or walls. Most of the damage inside a houes or attic is unseen. Rodents like squirrels, mice, and rats often chew on electrical wires. Wildlife such as raccoons, bats, birds, opossums, and rats spread several diseases that humans can and do catch, such as Histoplasmosis, Salmonella, Leptospirosis and more. Many critters leave droppings and urine in an attic or cause mold or odor problems. We also handle animals outside the house. It could be a critter that has dug a large hole next to your house, or a raccoon in your garbage cans, an opossum that is stealing pet food, or a skunk living under your deck, causing an odor problem. Some animals destroy your garden or landscaping. Or perhaps you are simply scared of snakes. Whatever the problem is, our wildlife experts can remove the source of the problem, and prevent it from happening again. We are not a Scranton extermination company, nor pest control. We are dedicated Scranton wildlife control experts.

Scranton Raccoon Removal - Raccoons commonly live in the attic, where they cause damage. They can also cause many problems outside.

Scranton Rat Extermination - We solve rat and mouse problems PERMANENTLY, by finding and sealing shut any and all rat entry holes.

Scranton Bat Control - We have a 100% success rate safely removing Pennsylvania bats from buildings, and we guarantee our work.

Scranton Squirrel and Rodent Removal - For any critter, such as squirrels in the attic, we remove them, repair damage, & clean.

Why is our company the best?

We believe we are Scranton's best. We do a complete job, from start to finish. We remove wildlife humanely and effectively. When we encounter animals inside a house, we inspect every part of the house, from ground to roof, to identify all the areas of entry, and we perform professional repairs, with guarantee. We inspect inside the attic to find any damage, and provide full cleaning services. We offer attic restoration, permanent rodent control, bat colony exclusion, bird prevention, snake removal, dead animal removal and odor control, and more. We are fully Pennsylvania licensed and insured, and ready to solve your Scranton critter problem. Call us any time for a phone consulation and price quote, at 570-904-8590.

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The woodchuck is the colloquial term for the Scranton raccoon removal groundhog and is classified as a marmot or rodent. Woodchucks live specifically in North America and can survive in any climate other than tropical jungles. It can live as far north Scranton raccoon removal as Alaska and as far south as Texas because of its dual layered coat. The woodchuck has a thick and wooly undercoat that protects it from the cold that is a dark brown or black color. It Scranton raccoon removal also has a light brown top coat in which the hairs are very sharp and are one line of defense from predators. The groundhog is small (only reaching up to a foot and a half) and has very powerful Scranton raccoon removal arms that are used to dig.

The woodchuck is an amazing burrower Scranton snake removal and can dig very fast and deep in order to make a quick escape. However, the groundhog’s burrowing behavior is mainly reserved for making its den. The den is very important to a woodchuck because a woodchuck will sleep, eat, hibernate and rearing its young in the den like with Scranton snake removal. The extensive burrowing from an established den system will cause significant damage to farmland or land stability as the burrows and tunnels are not Scranton snake removal far underground and are usually around food sources.

Woodchucks are mainly herbivores and have a Scranton rat control diet that mostly consists off of vegetation. Groundhogs like to make their burrows near farmland or growing vegetables. However, woodchucks can also be seen foraging and eating nuts, insects, grubs and Scranton rat control fruit.

Woodchucks hibernate like other animals such Scranton bat removal as bears and mountain lions. The way that they can do this is to eat everything they can during the summer and fall and then use their body fat to sustain them through their long nap in the winter. Groundhogs do not need to live next to a water source, but Scranton bat removal will instead receive most of their hydration from plants and roots that extend into their den. This diverse diet is one of the reasons that the woodchuck is so successful in any climate it finds itself in.

Everything in the life cycle of the groundhog is short, same as with Scranton bat removal. The breeding period is less than a month in the early spring, the gestation period is only a month and the young are only allowed to stay in the den for 5 weeks. The young when they are first born, are completely defenseless as they are blind and hairless. The male Scranton bat removal woodchuck stays in the den through the entire pregnancy and then leaves right before the litter arrives.

Altogether the life of a Scranton rodent extermination woodchuck maxes out at six years but averages at 3 years. This shorter life expectancy is due to the vast amount of predator the woodchuck has. Some common predators include; hawks, dogs, bears, mountain lion, foxes, coyotes and most of all humans. Humans Scranton rodent extermination find woodchucks to be incredibly irritating and damaging to their gardens and lawns. While killing groundhogs is a rare solution to the problem, they are often drowned out of their burrows and traps are sometimes set up to catch them or scare Scranton rodent extermination them.

Even though they are considered a pain, humans have always been fascinated with woodchucks and with Scranton bird control. There are rhymes about them and one prophetic groundhog will even tell us if there will be six more weeks of winter or if we should get ready to put away those heavy jackets. Groundhog Day is on Scranton bird control February 2nd of every year and attracts world-wide attention on morning news broadcasts. Whether a pest or a weather forecaster, the woodchuck has served as a mascot for the North American continent.

Other Scranton animal pest control topics:
What To Do if a Bat is in Your Home
What Do Wildlife Rehabilitators Do With Racoons
Should I Ever Poison a Groundhog
What House Mods Will Keeps Pigeons Away

Have you been hearing movement in your walls, but don't know what to do? Give us a call! We have all the answers to your Scranton wildlife needs. There are a few different types of rodents that could be living in your walls if you are hearing movement. Our team is specially trained to deal with these types of issues, plus many more. We service the following cities: Dunmore, Carbondale, Kingston, Wilkes-Barre, Back Mountain, Nanticoke, Hazleton, East Stroudsburg, Berwick, Binghamton, Bloomsburg, Port Jervis, Northampton, Dickson City, Wilkes-Barre, Carbondale, and Hazleton. We also service the following counties: Monroe County, Susquehanna County, Wayne County, Columbia County, Bradford County, Carbon County, Sullivan County, and Schuylkill County.

We are ready to solve your Scranton wildlife removal issue!

Call 24/7 to discuss your wildlife problem and get a price quote.

Call us any time at 570-904-8590 - We look forward to solving your wildlife problem!

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