Wildlife in your attic, basement, walls, or crawlspace can affect your quality of life and your health. Active animals will keep you up at night. Most mammals can introduce additional pests and diseases into your home. If an animal is in the house, it causes damage. The longer the animal cohabitates in the house, the more damage it causes.
Do you suspect you have nuisance wildlife in your home? Schedule a free inspection today for wildlife control and removal in Western Massachusetts.
Wildlife Removal in Western Massachusetts
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Wildlife Control Services
After an exhaustive inspection, we execute a custom strategy to humanely removal of the targeted species.
Wildlife Pest Prevention
Habitat modification and exclusion services prevent future wildlife from entering your home.
Wildlife Damage Repair
Eliminating evidence of animals by repairing damage, restoring insulation, and disinfecting.
Nuisance Wildlife in Western Massachusetts
Despite industrialization, Massachusetts has preserved many of its forests with 150 state forests, reservations, and parks; and dozens of wildlife refuges. This is especially true in bucolic Western Massachusetts. About 20% of the population lives in Western Massachusetts. The Berkshire Hills and Taconic Moutain Range provide excellent habitat for wildlife. There are over 4,000 miles of rivers (the longest in New England is the Connecticut River) and 1,000 small lakes and ponds within the state. Like humans, animals need food, water, and shelter.
The human population in Berkshire County and Franklin County provides ample opportunity for food and shelter.
Wildlife in Your Home
Common wildlife species include bats, black bears, beavers, bobcats, coyotes, moose, skunks, raccoons, squirrels, woodchucks, and white-tail deer. It is unlikely any of the larger mammals will become a nuisance on your property.
Generally, smaller mammals will make a home out of your home in the spring and winter. During the spring, mammals seek shelter to safely rear their young. During the winter, animals seek shelter from the cold, dry winters in Western Massachusetts.
Attics, crawlspaces, and basements make ideal shelters for animals. Even if you never see an animal in your home, there will be plenty of evidence you need wildlife pest control.
Signs of Wildlife
- Unusual noises in mornings or at night
- Unpleasant aromas
- Damage to the outside of your home
- Debris in house
- Rub Marks/Paw Prints
- Animal runs around the property
Trutech Wildlife Service provides wildlife control and animal removal throughout Western Massachusetts including Northamptom, Pittsfield, Amherst, Stockbridge, LennoxHolyoke, South Adley, Palmer, Ludlow, Williamstown, Charlemont, Greenfield, Deerfield, Sheffield, New Marlborough, Tolland, Granvill, Blandford, Huntington, Russell