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Posts filed under: Wildlife

  • Bird nest removal
It’s not uncommon to find a bird nest on or near your home. Most of us think of this as no big deal; but is that bird nest dangerous? Yes! Bird nests can actually be quite dangerous to both our...
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  • Fall Wildlife Prevention
Fall is one of the busiest times of the year for wildlife. Cooler temperatures trigger these animals to prepare for winter by finding a warm place to shelter and stocking up their food supplies to last them through the cold...
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  • bird nest removal
Birds can cause significant damage to your home and property, as well as your health. What many people don’t realize is that bird nest removal is federally regulated with several species of birds protected. These regulations prohibit the removal of...
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  • Common Summer Wildlife
The most common wildlife critters we think of are typically a nuisance in the winter as they enter our homes in search of food, warmth, and shelter. Just because the weather warms up, however, doesn’t mean these animals just disappear....
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  • Snake Control
While your first inclination when you see a snake might be to run in the opposite direction, consider that there are some benefits to keeping them around; they keep rodent and insect populations under control around your home. If that’s...
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  • wildlife control
Wildlife can cause significant damage to your property by chewing through wood, insulation, and even wires, or by putting your house at risk of fire. They can also contaminate your home and the air you breathe, bringing in potentially harmful...
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  • Winter Wildlife Prevention
The cold winter temperatures not only drive us indoors in search of warmth but critters too! Winter is the time of year when many animals seek warmth, shelter, food, and water indoors – even in our homes! Some common winter...
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  • Squirrel eating nut in snow
The colder weather of the winter months drives many pests to seek shelter, food, and water inside our homes. The most common of these pests are rodents. Raccoons, rats, mice, and squirrels are the most frequent winter visitors to our...
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  • Raccoon (Procyon lotor), also known as the North American raccoo
You’ve seen them before – with their cute, cuddly masked faces – raccoons! While you might be tempted to try and pet them, raccoons carry diseases that are extremely dangerous to humans. They have been known to carry salmonella, roundworms,...
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  • close up of a white snake with dark brown spots slithering on a black reflective surface
Here are 8 of the most common snakes you may encounter in Tennessee including identification tips, threats, and treatment recommendations: 1. Eastern Kingsnakes Eastern kingsnakes are large snakes, usually 3-4 feet long, shiny black in color with white or yellow...
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