If any wildlife has intruded onto your property or broken into your home—whether in search of food, shelter, or a place to nest—then you’re going to want to contact our wildlife management services right away. You should never attempt to deal with wildlife yourself, no matter how innocent or small the pest may appear to be.
Our Wildlife Management Services
Attempting to capture wildlife on your own can be dangerous, especially since some types of wildlife will fight back and could injure you. In addition to causing bodily harm through bites or scratches, they could spread poison or disease.
Our wildlife management service will come to your property as quickly as possible to deal with the problem. Once you tell us what you know, we will locate, capture, and remove the pest from your property safely. Additionally, we will inspect your property to make sure that there are no additional wildlife pests or signs of pests and take precautionary efforts to prevent wildlife from invading your property in the future.
Types of Wildlife We Can Manage
The following are just a few of the types of wildlife that we can manage for you:
- Rodents: Rodents are problematic because they will enter the house in search of food, water, shelter, and a place to nest. Rodents can spread all types of diseases through their urine, droppings, and saliva, making them especially dangerous to children and pets. Additionally, they can damage your home by chewing through furniture, insulation, and even electrical wires, which can result in a fire hazard.
- Frogs: If you have a coqui frog problem on your property, let us take care of it. We will solve your problem and perform a thorough inspection to figure out the best preventative measures to take.
- Bats: Bats feed on insects and typically don’t cause much damage, but if you have a bat infestation, they may be colonizing on your property. In addition, bats can carry rabies. We will identify if you have a bat problem and the extent of the problem. We will remove any bats before finding and sealing access points around your home.
- Mongooses: The mongoose is known for feeding on small birds and mammals as well as fruits and plants, which means that they can destroying your garden. Mongooses are also known to carry a potentially deadly disease known as leptospirosis, a disease often misdiagnosed as malaria. It can cause fever, liver failure, meningitis, and even death.
If you have a problem with any of these types of wildlife—or any others—then be sure to contact us at Oliver Exterminating to schedule our wildlife management service today.