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Popular services in Delaware include:

  • Animal Capture & Removal
  • Animal In Attic Removal
  • Exclusion Barriers
  • Damage Repairs
  • Property Services
  • Noises In Walls or Attic
  • Emergencies
  • Odor Control
  • Dead Animal in Wall
  • Lawn & Turf Pests
  • Attic Decontamination

The most common problems we find in the Delaware area are:

Mainly these are not a threat to us but a nuisance, although yes rabies can be an issue with some of these animals. Amongst the wildlife we also have commensal rodents who live in our Delaware homes and properties as well and you may or may not have noticed them. A few of our uninvited guests are:

  • The common House mouse
  • The Deer mouse
  • Roof rats
  • Norway rats
  • Voles

Raccoon Control in Delaware

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When you through away leftover foods you have to make sure that they are packed in a double plastic bag. Never forget to partially cover the bags with bleach or cleanser before putting them in the garbage cans. You have to keep the area around the house clean of fallen fruit or waste papers or any short of garbage. Always check your surroundings in order to make sure that there will be nothing to attract raccoons to your house.

Raccoons will damage almost anything to gain access to a potential den or food source. They will tear apart roofs, soffits chimney covers, facia boards, soffits, or sheds to gain access to a potential den or food source. They will often damage lawns and gardens in search of grubs and earthworms.

There are many ways to enforce raccoon removal. It is up to you to decide which one is the best. Be sure to select a method that is somewhat humane. Their removal doesn't necessarily mean that the animals must be harmed.


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Skunk In Backyard in Delaware

Skunk Habits Delaware

Animals are attracted to food and shelter, it is as simple as that. Simple protecting your garden is not enough to keep skunks away. You must also eliminate all other attractions on your property, including pet food, pet bowls, bird baths, squirrel feeders, bird seed, compost piles, garbage cans, and more. Skunks are not good climbers, so a low fence could be very effective too.

Professional Help in Delaware

It is important to hire a licensed wildlife removal company for safe and humane skunk control service if your skunk problem is too big to manage on your own. This is especially true if you have skunks nesting in indoor areas of your home, like a crawl space or under a porch. They retain the professional training and resources to remove skunks safely, and relocate them to a safer and faraway habitat.


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Groundhog Control in Delaware

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There are many ways to do away with groundhogs. All gardeners have their own preferred method. Some want to do away with them humanely without resorting to killing them. Others just want them gone efficiently and quickly. After you get rid of the groundhog, it is necessary that you watch out for a reappearance of a groundhog population.

If it does not bother you using chemicals in your mission to do away with the groundhog, a relative humane way to do so is by using ammonia. It is a quick-acting way to get a groundhog to move away. It may sound brutal and inhumane but if you handle it correctly, the groundhog inhabitants will move away without having to kill them. The way it works is by causing their burrows to be distasteful to them. With a distasteful burrow, they will journey on their own to another area of land away from the garden.


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Fox Exterminator in Delaware

In Delaware, there are two types of fox, the Gray Fox and the Red Fox. We service many calls about these guys hanging out in people's yards. Most times people are afraid of them, but for the most part they are harmless. This does not mean you should try to get near them, they are a wild animal and any mammal can have rabies, plus, it is in any animal’s nature to protect themselves if they feel threatened. They are curious and want our food. These guys are on the rabies list and are known to get mange. This is noted by hair loss of the tail and body. The Gray fox is a salt-pepper gray with rustic yellow on the sides of the neck, back of the ears, legs and feet. The tail is bushy with a black tip. These sly fellas vary in size, somewhere about 32-45 inches in length from nose to the tip of the tail and weigh between 7 and 15 lbs, they mate from around mid-January to early February and the gestation period is 51-53 days, and the pups are born from March through April and have 3-9 pups.


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Squirrel Pest Control in Delaware

One thing you do need to do is figure out what type of squirrel you are trying to get rid of. Once you've done that, here are a few steps for keeping them out:

  • Moth Balls
  • Squirrel Evictor (high intensity strobe light annoys their sensitive eyes, and disrupts their living cycle.)
  • Removal of Diet Source such as birdseed.
  • Gutter Guards
  • Live Traps
  • Keep Tree Branches Trimmed Away From Home
  • Remove Stacked Wood Piles
  • Repair Cracks for Them to Get Into

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Bat Exterminator in Delaware

There are roughly 40 species of bats in the U.S., The three main species of bats you see flying around are the little brown bat, the big brown bat and the evening bat. The wing span of the little brown bat is 9 - 10.6 inches; they are dark brown, shiny and have smooth fur. The big brown bats has a wing span of 12.8-13.8 inches and are a reddish brown copper color to a darker brown. The evening bat has a span of 10.2-11 inches and is a medium brown in color. These guys use a high frequency to detect food and obstacles; it’s really amazing if you think about it. They use audible sounds in order to communicate with each other. These bats mate in the fall and winter time, amazingly the female retains the sperm in her uterus and does not fertilize until spring time that is quite something. The young are born from May through July and start flying around 3 weeks of age and are weaned July through August. The little brown bat has usually one pup but can have two. The big brown bat has two pups and so does the evening bat. Delaware Wildlife Removal performs bat exclusions. If you have one or two that flew in your house, we can get them out and release them at anytime.


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Snake In My House Delaware

When it comes to snakes going out during the night, it will depend on the species. Some snakes are nocturnal while others are not. The snakes will eat small rodents and reptiles. Their prey like to go out in the night, so some snakes will come out to find their prey during the night, but some will sleep instead. Snakes are cold blooded, and this means that their metabolism will depend on the environment. When it is cold, the snake will not move quickly and it will not be able to hunt well. In high temperature places, the snake can be nocturnal during summer since it is warm at night, and this is the reason why nocturnal snakes are common in tropical places.


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Mole Problems Delaware

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Voles, also called meadow mice or field mice, they have compact short stocky bodies, short legs and short tails, their eyes are very small and their ears are partially hidden, very small. Voles are usually brown or gray in colour and have a very dense coat with longer guard hairs. There are 23 different Vole species in the U.S. but the ones we are about to mention are found mainly in Delaware. The meadow vole--Its is about 5 1/2-7 1/2 inches long. Its Fur is gray to yellow brown,obscured by black tip hairs, its under side is gray to buff in colour. Pine/woodland vole--is smaller and is about 4-6 inches in length and has a soft dense brown fur, with light gray to a cinnamon underside and the tail is barely bi-coloured or uncoloured. These voles eat a variety of plants, mostly grasses and herbs.In the late summer early fall they store seeds,bulbs etc, they also eat bark off trees if their populations are high. These voles are active all yr round day and night, the home range is usually 1/4 acre or less. Voles breed throughout the year but mainly spring and summer, they will have 1-5 litters per year and ranges 3-6 per litter but have been known to have up to 11. The gestation period is about 21 days and the young are weaned about the same at 21 days and the females mature in just 35-40 days. Voles life spans are very short, ranging form 2-16 months.


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Pest Birds Delaware

Delaware has such problems with birds such as pigeons that they employ people for cleanup of the bird droppings around the city. Some birds such as pigeons are not native to the United States but they continue to become a hazard to buildings, structures and even health. Some droppings are not only a health hazard and can carry diseases but also they are also corrosive to structures. The bacteria, fungal agents and ectoparasites found in pigeon droppings are responsible for a host of serious diseases, including histoplasmosis, encephalitis, salmonella, meningitis, toxoplasmosis and more.

Basic Delaware Bird Pest Control Products

One of the most popular products that come to mind first is bird netting. Netting comes in different sizes to fit the area you are looking to keep the birds out of. It comes in different strengths and is inexpensive to buy. You can also use bird netting keeping other little animals out of your gardens and plants. Another very popular bird pest control product is electric wire track and bird spike products. Some people will also use traps to catch and rid of birds but you may want to check to be sure that this is acceptable in your area where you live. There are also bird scare products that can be used such as owl decoys, bird blasters that are components that are audio and visual stimulants to deter them.

Pigeon Pest Delaware

In controlling Delaware pest birds no single method is suitable for all cases. It depends on individual situations, the species to control, the number of individuals and their link to the place we want to protect. Therefore, before choosing any of the methods available, it is advisable to consult an expert to tell us what might be effective in each case, in order to use our time and money on those who actually have a chance of success.

In this sense, it is important to note that many wild birds are carriers of pathogenic microorganisms, especially bacteria such as Salmonella, Campylobacter and Escherichia coli. In these circumstances, the risk of transmission of pathogens is high, especially if the birds have access to storage areas of raw materials or finished product.


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Mouse In House Delaware

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These rats like to be at a higher elevation compared to the Norway rat, where they like the lower spaces, such as the ground, 1st floors of buildings etc.The Roof rat like to be above the 2nd floor and higher where they will settle in a breed and quickly infest buildings. The food that these guys eat are alot like the squirrel, which are nuts, fruits, vegetables, berries and seeds.They are omnivorous and will eat just about anything the find.They do require water daily although the foods they eat may carry enough water. The will travel 100-150 ft for food and water and seldom travel 300 ft from their burrow. The young are born 21-23 days, just like the deer mouse-white footed mouse, they have 5-8 young and have 3 litters per yr.The young will nurse for about 4-5 weeks and at 3 months reach maturity and will be ready to mate.


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