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Popular services in Mississippi include:

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

The most common problems we find in the Mississippi 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 Mississippi 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 Droppings in Mississippi

Raccoon Sounds Mississippi

One of the top rabies carriers

Raccoons are distinguished by the following characteristics:

Markings such as a black bandit like mask across the eyes and a bushy ringed tail; they are an agouti in color which is a salt and pepper gray/black. Raccoons are nocturnal. Raccoons are omnivorous, and will eat almost anything including small mammals and birds. They whimper, whine, squeal and even hiss. They are very good climbers. Adult Raccoons are 2-3 ft in length and their weight can be anywhere from 10-30lbs with a few weighing in at more than 40-50lbs. Raccoons mate once each year between December and June but usually within February and March. The gestation period is approximately 63 days and they typically have 1-4 young in which the mother weans at about 2-4 months old.


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Skunk Problems Around The House in Mississippi

What Will Deter Skunks Mississippi

One of the top rabies carriers

Skunks are members of the Weasel family. They are nocturnal and in the North they sleep during most of the winter. Skunks are omnivorous and primarily feast on insects and small mammals but they also eat berries, fruits and grasses. They will make their den in many places including rock piles, woodpiles hollow stumps and under small buildings/sheds. There are 4 different species in the U.S. The 2 most common are the striped skunk and the spotted skunk, both found in Mississippi. The striped skunk is approximately 29 inches long and weighs in at about 8lbs., the spotted skunk is smaller in size, approximately 21inches in length and weighing in around 2 and half lbs. Both of these species breed once a year, usually in February. The gestation period for these gals is about 7-10 weeks. Babies are usually born May through June and she has about 4-6 but they have been known to have up to 16. We do get sprayed!! So let us remove them for you.


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What Do Groundhogs Eat in Mississippi

Bait To Catch A Groundhog Mississippi

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 Control in Mississippi

Foxes are becoming more and more common in Mississippi society and can cause problems in people’s gardens and threaten the lives of pets.

This wildlife pest can come in contact and in conflict with smallholders and groundsmen and is often found digging out foundations in areas that are structurally dangerous.


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Squirrel Nest Removal in Mississippi

The most common Squirrel in Mississippi 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 Mississippi 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


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Bat Droppings in Mississippi

Bats are fascinating mammals with incredible appetites and impressive flying skills. Bats are admirable, to say the least, but real estate and homeowners do not want these critters dwelling inside their properties. Bats will find access points into residential and commercial buildings where they feed, breed, and nest their young. They typically settle in dark and isolated areas, such as attics, sheds, and crawl spaces. When this situation is discovered, the only solution is bat removal and bat control. Continue reading to learn why bat removal and exclusion are so crucial, and how to contact your Mississippi local bat control specialist for help.


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Rattlesnake Removal Mississippi

There's a reason you have snakes on your property or in your house. Your property is in Mississippi which has snakes (that includes most areas), and your property has features that are attractive to snakes. Most commonly, this means that your property is full of debris that attracts snakes. Snakes like a safe place to live and hunt and hide, and places to crawl in. So vegetation is a big snake attractor. So you can, if you wish, eliminate or trim back heavy vegetation. But more than that, if you have any rocks, sidewalk, plywood, a shed, or anything else that snakes can crawl under and den in, then you've REALLY got some attractive snake habitat. Eliminate all of these areas. Fill in gaps under rocks with dirt. Install an exclusion barrier, like a steel screen, around your shed or deck. Get rid of plywood or bricks or other debris. You can also install a fine-mesh fence sloping outward at a 30 degree angle, or tall solid fence around the perimeter of your property. If you've got snakes in your house, find out how they are getting in via a full inspection of the house.


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Vole Extermination Cost Mississippi

Best Way To Rid Moles Mississippi

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 Mississippi. 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 Mississippi

Some of these technicians and Mississippi pest control companies will also offer specialist cleaning services as well. They will cleanse the area of all bird droppings; clean the walls and local area in a manner that would cause anyone who frequented the home or business to wonder whether birds had ever existed there in the first place.

Pigeon Exterminator Mississippi

Currently there are well-defined mechanisms to address the problems caused by insects and rodents in facilities where food is stored or processed. Even the methods for the protection of the growing areas have experienced significant advances, allowing largely mitigate the detrimental effects they cause in crop pests. However, there are still difficulties to achieve the same effectiveness in controlling other pests affecting the food industry: poultry pests.


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Getting Rid Of Mice Mississippi

Remove Snakes From Yard Mississippi

The young are weaned when the are about 2-3 weeks old and become sexually mature at 8 weeks of age.The females have 2-4 litters per yr depending on the climate, the young born in Spring and Summer can breed that same yr. The mates usually remain together during the breeding season but but may take new mates in the spring if both survive the winter months, the do not hibernate but will become inactive on those really cold days during the winter months.


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