Beavers in Cleveland

Beaver coming out of the water

Over the last twenty years, the beaver population in Ohio has been stable and abundant. Beavers preferred in forested ponds, lakes and rivers with the highest abundance being found in the eastern and southern portions of Ohio.  Are Beavers in Cleveland? Yes, you can find beavers in Cleveland. The Cuyahoga River flows through the middle […]

How to Get Rid of Armadillos

Nine-banded armadillos thrive in warmer regions across the United States, especially in the southeast and southwest. They are known for their hard-scaled armor and clawed toes used for digging. These unique creatures are relatively harmless. The greatest risk they pose is digging up your yard and garden.  Armadillo Holes Armadillos dig for grubs, worms, and […]

Beehive Removal

Location, location, location. If you have a beehive on your property, the location will determine if you should have it removed.

Squirrel Removal in Wake County

The most effective method to get rid of squirrels is to trap them. You can also get a squirrel to evict itself with a one-way valve. If you set traps to get rid of squirrels, check them daily. You don’t want to leave a squirrel in a trap for longer than necessary. Squirrels in North […]

Rodent Removal in Raleigh-Durham

Raleigh might be one of the rattiest cities in the U.S., but the Triangle has several pest rodents that can cause havoc in your house. Rodents in Wake County Rodents make up the single largest group of mammals. Within the species diversity, all rodents have a single pair of incisors that continuously grow. To manage […]

Bat Removal in Raleigh

The most humane way to get rid of bats is to let them evict themselves. A bat valve allows bats to fly out of your attic but prevents them from returning. But there are restrictions in North Carolina on when you can install a bat valve.  Did you know we are at the beginning of […]

Raccoon Removal in Boston

Raccoons live throughout Massachusetts except for Nantucket in a variety of habitats including residential and urban areas. Food sources and den sites attract raccoons to your property. By removing food sources and limiting access to denning sites, you can prevent a raccoon problem in Boston.  Raccoon Damage Naturally, den sites for raccoons include hollow trees, […]

Squirrel Exclusion in Charlotte

If you have a squirrel infestation in your home, the most effective squirrel control option is a full home exclusion. Simply trapping and removing the squirrel doesn’t solve the underlying issue.  Once they have established a nest, they tend to return to it. So a released squirrel might try to come back.  A full home […]

Bird Removal in Charlotte

Pigeon flying

Charlotte and Mecklenburg County have an extensive network of birding spots that include greenways, parks, and wildlife refuges. There are 470 species of birds in North Carolina, and you can find most of them in Mecklenburg County. Not only are birds beautiful to watch, but they also provide a multitude of benefits to the ecosystem. […]

Raccoon Removal in Western North Carolina

Raccoon in a yard

Homeowners in Western North Carolina are most likely to notice a raccoon problem during the spring. In the mountains, raccoon breeding season is from February through March.  Female raccoons generally prefer hollow trees as dens, but attics share the same qualities for an excellent den as a hollow tree. Raccoons in Western North Carolina Raccoons […]