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WILDLIFE

SQUIRREL

SQUIRREL

SQUIRREL

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There are three species of squirrels in Alabama, including the Eastern Grey Squirrel, Fox Squirrel and Southern Flying squirrel. All three species can have up to two litters per year, one in the spring and one in the fall. The Eastern Grey Squirrel can be found in most habitat types in Alabama. The Southern Flying Squirrel is nocturnal, which means they are active at night, unlike its close relatives, the Grey and Fox Squirrels, which are active during the day. If you want to remove squirrels from your home, office or any other place, then call Squirrel Control & Removal Auburn services from Go Pro Wildlife Removal Company.

RACCOON

SQUIRREL

SQUIRREL

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A raccoon is a medium-sized mammal that is known for its cute but troublesome behavior. It can be seen at night near in parks, neighborhoods or yards or areas where food has been left in Alabama. It is a very adaptable animal and can have up to two litters per year. They are omnivorous and feed on many different food types and can adapt well to urban environments. Raccoons can cause serious diseases like baylisascaris, leptospirosis, and rabies. Remove them from your place by hiring Wildlife Removal Auburn services.

BATS

SQUIRREL

ARMADILLO

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Nowadays, 47 species of bats live in the United States, 16 species call Alabama home. These night flyers help keep insect populations down, eating up to 1,000 insects a night. Often these small mammals will make their way into your attic to roost during the day by squeezing through gaps around the roof. Bats can cause serious diseases that may carry more than 60 human-infecting viruses, which can be harmful to humans. Common diseases spread by bats are Rabies, Histoplasmosis, and White Nose Syndrome. Hire the services of Bat Removal Opelika from Go Pro Wildlife Removal Company.

ARMADILLO

ARMADILLO

ARMADILLO

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In the last 100 years, Nine-banded Armadillo's population has greatly expanded northward. In the mid-1800s, it was found only as far north as southern Texas; by the 1970s, it lived in Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri and Tennessee; now they are also on the East Coast. Armadillos are typically active at night or twilight. They shuffle along slowly, using their sense of smell to find food insects and sometimes worms, eggs, amphibians, snails and berries. They root and dig with their nose and powerful forefeet to unearth insects or build a burrow. Armadillos carry bacteria that cause leprosy which is chronic disease that damages nerve system. If you want to remove them from your place, then hire Wildlife Removal Services of Go Pro Wildlife Removal Company.

BEAVER

ARMADILLO

BEAVER

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Beavers are found throughout North America, with the exception of California and Nevada deserts and parts of Utah and Arizona. They live in ponds, lakes, rivers, marshes, streams, and adjacent wetland areas. Beavers are one of the few animals that modify their habitat; they build watertight dams of sticks woven with reeds, branches and saplings, which are caulked with mud. Dams reduce stream erosion by forming slow-moving ponds. These ponds serve as habitat for a wide range of small aquatic life and also provide water and food for much larger animals. If a beaver is trapped or cornered, a beaver will attack a human. Get them out of your house by hiring Go Pro Wildlife Removal Company services.

SNAKE

ARMADILLO

BEAVER

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Do you know Alabama is home to over 40 different species? Alabama is home to six venomous snakes, including the Eastern Coral Snake, Cottonmouth, Copperhead, Timber Rattlesnake, Eastern Diamondback, and Pygmy Rattlesnake, the eastern coral snake packs the most potent venom of all. You will see snakes of different kinds everywhere in Alabama from the Gulf Coast to the mountains in North Alabama. They range in size from the thickness of a pencil lead to lengths approaching eight feet. Snakes kill 50,000 people every year. They can be very dangerous to people because their poison is deadly if the person doesn’t get immediate medical help. Hire Wildlife Removal Services to remove dangerous snakes from your place.

RATS & MICE

RATS & MICE

RATS & MICE

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The common rat, also known as the Norway rat, has traveled around the world. Its origin is from central Asia, and then it spread overland and aboard ships to Europe between the 16th and 18th centuries. The common rat was then presented to American around 1776 in boxes of grain from Europe. Its population quickly spread across North America. The House Mouse is also a common unwanted visitor to your home. Hantavirus, Lymphocytic Choriomeningitis Virus, Plague, Salmonella, and Rat Bite Fever are common diseases that are spread by rats. If you want to remove rats or mice from your place, then hire Wildlife Removal Services of Go Pro Wildlife Removal Company.

COYOTE

RATS & MICE

RATS & MICE

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The Coyote is a nocturnal animal and is most active in the early evening and again before dawn, but occasionally can be seen during daylight hours. It inhabits grasslands, forest edges, brushy areas, and upland and bottomland forests. Its diet is quite variable, but approximately 90% of the food consists of rodents, rabbits, and squirrels. In winter it may scavenge carrion. Canine parvo, canine distemper, toxoplasmosis, Lyme, and Leptospirosis are the diseases of coyotes that can affect humans as well as pets. If you see coyote at your place, get them out by hiring our experienced Wildlife Removal Services.

FOX

RATS & MICE

VIRGINIA OPOSSUM

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Foxes are unique among all canids in their ability to climb trees. Their strong, hooked claws allow them to scramble up trees to avoid predators or to get fruit. They descend by jumping from branch to branch. Gray foxes are active at night or twilight, resting up during the day in hollow trees, stumps or old woodchuck burrows. Grey foxes and Red foxes are the two common species found in Alabama. Attacks of foxes on humans are sporadic. If you found foxes in your place and want to remove, feel free to hire Wildlife Removal Services from Go Pro Wildlife Removal Company.

VIRGINIA OPOSSUM

NON-MIGRATORY BIRDS

VIRGINIA OPOSSUM

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Virginia opossum has a heavy body, resembling a large house cat, a long head and pointed snout with long whiskers. They have long, tapered tales that appear scaly. Both northern and southern populations have white fur on their cheeks and face. Male opossum tends to be larger than females. The opossum has a prehensile tail used for grasping tree limbs. Virginia Opossums carry fatal diseases like tuberculosis, leptospirosis, tularemia, toxoplasmosis, trichomoniasis, relapsing fever, spotted fever, coccidiosis, and Chagas disease. If any Virginia Opossum comes to your premises, and you want it to remove without any harm, just give us a call and we will be there in no time.

NON-MIGRATORY BIRDS

NON-MIGRATORY BIRDS

NON-MIGRATORY BIRDS

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Non-migratory birds are birds that have been introduced to a habitat. The most common species include House Sparrows, European Starlings, Pigeons (Rock Doves) and Muscovy Ducks. These sometimes invasive species can cause issues such as nesting in dryer vents, nesting on building signage and causing unwanted droppings in front of businesses.

GROUNDHOG

NON-MIGRATORY BIRDS

NON-MIGRATORY BIRDS

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Groundhogs are also known as woodchucks. They spend much of their life underground. These animals are notorious for digging holes, and their burrows can have passageways stretching 40 feet (12 meters) or more. These true hibernators will make their way underground in the coldest winter months and then reappear in the spring. Groundhog has big front teeth that may give a person pause about approaching one. They can come into your house from crawl space. Get inspection services and & repair loose siding as well as remove them by hiring Tallapoosa County Wildlife Removal services.