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Wildlife will make their presence known. Strange noises, odious odors and uncomfortable feelings can impact your peace. These are usually the first signs of wildlife. Unfortunately, the damage caused by these critters generally go unseen because it happens between the walls, in the attic, or in your crawl space.

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Don’t let your guard down with these armor shelled mammals. In any moment they can leave your yard unrecognizable.


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While bats can eat tons of mosquitos, they can also spread diseases and illnesses if they are not properly removed.


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These orange tooth architect’s are phenomenal sculptors of the land. While deeply admired, they can be a DAM nuisance, causing floods, cutting down tress and piling debris.

Bees, Wasp, & Hornets

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Food for thought — 1 out of every 3 mouthfuls of our food depends on pollinators. While we love these insects, the thought of being stung isn’t easy to digest.


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Birds are a wonder to see in the air but when they encroach upon your space, their loud noises, disease and messes can make you pull out your hair.


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These canines may look like a neighborhood dog, however they can be a real threat to your pets and even yourself.

Flying Squirrel

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Known to glide from tree to tree, These rarely seen creatures sure do make a scene! Littering your attic with latrines to disrupted insulation, these small rodents make a rather large noise.


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Sly as a fox isn’t just a quote, these beautiful slick animals can be a threat to pets and humans. The longer they stay around the more curious they become.


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Known for their V-shaped pattern, we know them for violating yards with their waste and aggressively charging bystanders.


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These creatures “GO-FOR” gardens, lawns and good soil. Although cute in nature they cause major pitfalls for your property.

Gray Squirrel

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Even though squirrels are great for burying acorns and reproducing trees, they also produce headaches from constant noises, gnawed wires, etc.

Ground Hog

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How much wood would a wood chuck chuck — Actually, not too much at all. These rodents actually prefer fruits and veggies but, they will also chuck dirt and make holes throughout your yard.


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Moles are a sign of a healthy yard - While these poor sighted animals can’t see well, you will clearly see your yard destroyed as they tunnel for insects living in your soil.

Mouse & Rat

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These sharp witted rodents are after more than just your sharp cheddar. While rats and mice are known to laugh, there is nothing humorous when they are present.


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These Marsupials may play dead but there is nothing playful when they are in your residence procreating, leaving fecal matter and wreaking havoc.


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These weasel related animals are cool to observe in their aquatic habitat but, beware — they can eat up to 25% of their body weight in fish in a day.


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Bugs Bunny is an entertaining rabbit to watch — but not from your window. Don’t worry, we’ll be having these veggie eating mammals saying that’s all folks’ in no time.


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While their mask can be considered cute to some, these villains love to break in and destroy whatever they can find.


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Although snakes feed on pesky rodents that may be lurking in your home, they can prove a real threat to you.


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These tortoises can live up to 45 years old. While their age is impressive their bite and ability to deplete fish population is even more staggering.


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These deep divers can be great swimmers, swimming up to 50 ft underwater. But, even more deep are their tunneling abilities and land deprivation.

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