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How to Keep Birds From Nesting Inside Your Home

There are many species of birds in the state of Massachusetts and it is true they can capture your attention with their beauty and songs. However, as the winter is near, birds that stay in the north could make their nest inside your home. They can cause significant damages to your home and block ventilation

Raccoons in Garbage

3 Things You Can Do to Prevent Raccoons from Making a Mess in Your Trash Can

Raccoons are medium-sized mammals that are native to North America and can be commonly found in the Greater Boston area. Their traditional habitat is forest but due to their adaptability, they are found in mountains, coastal marshes, and urban areas. With that being said, many homeowners consider them pests because they could make a mess

Squirrels in Your house MA

Can Squirrels Climb A Vertical Wall & Chew Through It

Squirrels are commonly found rodents roaming in and out of houses in New England. The squirrel family includes tree squirrels, ground squirrels, chipmunks, woodchucks, flying squirrels, amongst other rodents. As a professional wildlife removal company, people often ask us can squirrels climb a vertical brick wall? The answer to that is fairly easy, just like climbing

Why You Should Hire a Animal Removal Specialist to Remove Skunks From Your Home

Did you recently find a skunk digging under a deck, shed, porch or house and made a den there? It is a very common case for many homeowners in Massachusetts. This situation happens when a mother skunk wants to dig a safe haven to raise her babies. Many sheds are raised off the ground and

Bat Removal in Boston MA

Why You Might See a Bat During the Day

Why You Might Spot a Bat During the Daytime Believe it or not, bats are mammals and help maintaining the balance of the ecosystems by eating more than 3 times their body weight in insects. Not only it reduces the insect population, but also minimizes bugs when you are barbecuing. Bats are mostly active after

7 Reasons Why You Should Remove Squirrels From Your Home

Many people consider squirrels an animal that would do little damage to your home because of their lovely and cute appearance. However, they can do so many damages in your home that it would take thousands to repair the damages. So, here are the 10 reasons why you should remove squirrels from your home. 1.

Squirrels Living in Your Attic?

Squirrels are in the same family of Sciuridae as other common animals such as chipmunks, prairie dogs, and marmots. They usually pose no harm to humans but they can bring diseases or cause thousands of dollars in damage to your home. New England winters are tough for squirrels to live because it is cold and

Hibernating Bats in Your Home in the Winter?

Have you seen bats roaming in your home lately? It’s winter in New England and where else is warmer than your home for bats? Bats tend to hibernate in warm and dark places in your home in the New England area from October through April. If you see a bat, there is a potential that

Start Protecting Your Home Now From Raccoons in the Spring

The balmy spring weather melts all of the snow and brings animals out of hiding to raise their young. While raccoons and their babies are cute, you may not think so when they invade your home and attic. Raccoons can easily adapt to any situation, and this can make your home a perfect spot for

What Animals to Watch for this Winter

The Christmas season brings out all types of animals. While some of the most common wildlife you see in the fall and winter is squirrels, skunks and bats, you can also spot a reindeer or moose! You will see reindeer yearlong, depending on your home’s area. Some people have reindeer as domesticated animals, while others

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We offer 24 hour emergency animal removal services. We humanely remove all types of animals from homes all over Massachusetts. Some of the animals we have removed include: bats, raccoons, squirrels and skunks.
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