Animal In Attic Louisiana
Popular services in Louisiana include:
- Animal Capture & Removal
- Animal In Attic
- Exclusion Barriers
- Damage Repairs
- Property Services
- Noises In Walls or Attic
- Odor Control
- Dead Animal Removal
- Lawn & Turf Pests
- Attic Decontamination
The most common problems we find in the Louisiana 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 Louisiana 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
Raccoon Removal Service in Louisiana
Raccoons may look look soft and cuddly, but they are not pets. Their notorious biting and scratching can pose a significant medical and insurance liability especially if they carry rabies or other communicable diseases. That’s why our professional raccoon removal service is essential to the health and safety of your property.
Raccoons pose a problem to residents of Louisiana. They have adapted perfectly in the urban setting and are now considered to be pests. Removing such an animal has become popular since these mammals find shelter near or inside our houses.
Attics and chimneys are the best place for these critters to make a house out of, while it will be overturning garbage cans, taking pet food from kitchens and fruits from trees, making a ruckus with household animals (e.g. dogs, cats), a raccoon could always be transmitting rabies. Due to all the above reasons, home owners generally don't like having them around. People who are unfortunate enough to have raccoons in their homes need to take some necessary steps to get rid of them without angering animal rights advocates.
Skunk Sprayed Under House in Louisiana
Skunks wish to excavate their den sites below decks, porches, sheds and footings. These are some grounds why skunk removal is essential. Skunks will fill their den sites with insulating materials such as leaves, paper, bread bags, and feathers, anything that will make their stay pleasant through the winter. Their den places are commonly close to food origins. In suburban areas skunks will excavate yards to acquire grubs and other insects to consume, eating more before winter to increase fat stores. A skunk will eat bird food that's on the ground below bird feeders. A skunk will go into buildings to consume pet food. From time to time, skunks drop into window wells seeking food and can't escape.
When a skunk is threatened, they will hoist they're warning flag, the tail. If their warning is dismissed it will reel around and eject, through a pair of nozzles in side their anus. Skunk spray is a stinging, unpleasant, mustard colored fluid. Skunk spray in the eyes stimulates acute pain and momentary loss of sight. Abrupt movement, disturbances or a close advance could set off the skunk to spray. A Developed skunk is able to fire four to six successive discharges, accurate up to 15 feet. The cloud could reach three times as far. The odor can carry up to a mile. Young skunks are able to discharge this scent.
Covered live trapping is the most effective way on skunk problems. Incorrectly performed skunk control could be a very smelly mistake. Also skunks may carry the disease rabies and should be handled with care. Make sure you are familiar with Louisiana laws before proceeding with skunk removal.
Where Do Groundhogs Live in Louisiana
One way to remove groundhogs is not toxic is to use a safe trap. Groundhogs are intelligent animals so you will have to be tolerant until you can catch them. Once you catch one you can either relocate them yourself or have an animal control office do so. Start out leaving it unset and open with a little amount of vegetation in it so they can get use to a safe meal Several days later you can set the trap to catch the groundhog for relocation.
Fox Exterminator in Louisiana
In Louisiana, 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.
Squirrel Removal Cost in Louisiana
The most common Squirrel in Louisiana is the Gray Squirrel, but there are 4 species in the state. The other 3 are the Northern flying Squirrel, Southern flying Squirrel and the Louisiana Pine Squirrel. There is also one other that is known on the eastern shore that is classified as endangered, this guy is the Fox squirrel. Squirrels are active during the daylight hours all year long. The gray squirrel is 16-20 inches long, they are mainly gray. Some have a reddish cast to their coat and, some are black in color. They weigh between 1.25 -1.75 lbs. The Northern and Southern squirrels are about 8-10 inches in length and 10-12 inches in length and weigh in at 1.25 - 2.75 ounces and 1.75-6.50 ounces. The Red Pine squirrel is about 10-15 inches in length and weigh in at 1/3- 2/3lbs.Gray Squirrels mate twice a year. December through January and again in June. The gestation period is 42-45 days, this is the squirrel we mainly see in our yards and yes we rid of them also, humanely
Bat Exterminator in Louisiana
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. Louisiana 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.
Snake Pest Control Louisiana
We will happily remove snakes. The most common snake call we receive is for the Black Snake. They are found in attics basements, garages, etc. These snakes are not venomous. They can be as big as 6 feet in length. There are two venomous snakes in Louisiana, the Timber Rattler and the Copperhead. The Timber Rattler is pretty rare but not unheard of. Copperheads tend to have more chance contact with humans.
Mole Pest Control Louisiana
A good fraction of individuals are aware that moles typically dig extensive networks of tunnels underground as their primary means of getting from one place to another. But what they may not know is that these subterranean tunnels also double as food traps and storage larders, where the food consists primarily of earthworms that have been paralyzed as a result of a special toxin found in their saliva. It has been said that once an earthworm falls into one of these tunnels, the mole almost instantly senses it and moves in to immobilize it. Consequently, these tunnels may even contain hundreds of unfortunate earthworms just waiting to be consumed. The large volume of food they consume each day is necessary to offset the considerable amount of energy they expend burrowing through the soil. Aside from earthworms, moles also eat grubs, ants, as well as other bugs and their larvae.
Bird Nest Removal Louisiana
In short, birds are pests that require the intervention of true specialists to be rid of them properly. This is particularly true in city environments where local laws may decree a ban on harming them while in city limits. It is even worse if the bird pest control issue is related to an endangered or otherwise protected avian species.
Pigeon Removal Louisiana
In controlling Louisiana 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.
Mice Infestation Louisiana
House Mouse Diet: A mouse will eat almost anything, but prefer cereal grains, seeds, or sweet material. They require very little water, obtaining most of their water needs from their food. Mice can consume large quantities of stored seed and grains from farmers and granaries. House Mouse Habits and Biology: If there are good living conditions(food, water, and shelter),they can multiply rapidly. They sexually mature in two months, producing about 8 litters in a one year life time. Each litter has 4-7 pups. A house mice in a city environment may spend it's entire life in buildings. In rural and suburban settings, it may not only live inside, but be found outside near foundations, in the shrubbery, weeds, crawl spaces, basements, or in garages. They survive well on weeds, seeds, or insects, but when their food supply is shortened by the colder months they move inside nesting closer to a food supply.