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Squirrels inhabit homes most frequently during the fall, winter, and spring and are often heard in the attic right around sunrise and sunset, and occasionally throughout the day as well.
The first obvious signs of a bat infestation may be the presence of guano (bat droppings) or a musky unpleasant odor especially when rainy.
If chirping sounds are heard in an attic or crawlspace, this may indicate the presence of Raccoons they may leave claw marks along a soffit or fascia when entering a structure. Paw prints on downspouts of gutters can indicate the presence of raccoons.
Birds are commonly seen feeding in the park or perching on a power line. When large numbers of birds collect, they can quickly create problems. Birds can be noisy and roosting habits and their frequent defecation may cause damage to structures and their contents.
They may have as many as ten young at a time. Which are carried in their pouch at until they become too large and then ride on the mother’s back. They will inhabit many of the same places as raccoons.
Bee infestations are becoming an increased concern due to large numbers of attacks on humans and pets. Attacks normally happen by accidentally stumbled upon bees while walking the dog, mowing the lawn, or intrusion into living spaces.
Rats are one of the most annoying, damaging and widespread rodents in the United States. People do not often see rats, but signs of their presence are easy to detect.
All types of reptiles mainly snakes are invading many of a non-native species.
Armadillos are considered a pest due to their habit of digging, burrowing, and excavating. Armadillos use their sharp claws to dig for food, such as grubs, and to dig dens.
Flying squirrels, while entertaining and adorable, are capable of considerable amounts of damage to your home and to your yard. In the yard, flying squirrels have been known to strip a tree of all its bark, dig holes in your lawn and terrorize your bird feeders and gardens.
Your best bet is to trap the skunks in live cage traps, and relocate them. It's actually pretty easy to do, and safer and more effective than trying to kill the skunk.
When these animals invade your home,they leave behind their feces (droppings) and urine which contaminate your insulation and drywall, as well animals especially rats and squirrels can destroy your A/C duct work, expose electrical wiring and much more.
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