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5 Facts About Squirrels You Wish You Knew

Squirrels are often seen as pests, and while they can be a slight nuisance, especially in your home, there are some interesting facts out there that may help you to understand them a little further. These facts may be able to help expand your knowledge of how squirrels work and help you to avoid having

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How Do Raccoons Get into Your Home?

Raccoons are interesting in the fact that they are extremely smart animals. This has been noted in many different studies and even shows true in relation to how they can get into your home. They are one of the largest animals in their family and can live relatively long periods of time. Coming from mixed

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Can Squirrels Get Through A Brick Building or Home?

Squirrels can be difficult to follow, and it is very difficult to gauge where they are entering a home. This being said, brick is an interesting material to go over, as it can be different from a softer material, such as wood, which is extremely easy for a squirrel to get through. Let’s take a

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7 Tips to Avoid Birds Nesting On Your Porch

Birds can often be a problem, as they love to nest on convenient ledges of a home. This allows them to stay clear of predators and provides a safe environment for baby birds. This being said, there are some reasons you may not want birds nesting on your porch area, the first being that some

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3 Steps in Handling Wild Baby Raccoons

It is winter and wild animals like raccoons often find shelter inside the attic of a house. So, don’t be surprised that you find a raccoon in the attic or other less visited areas of the home. Mother raccoons will often seek shelter to raise their baby pubs. If you ever find a baby raccoon wandering

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3 Tips On Removing A Bat Yourself From Your Home

Winter seasons are finally here and bats just like people love the warmth of a house. It is actually very common to see a bat flying inside a house in New England. If you see a bat that is living in your home, you can usher a bat back into the wild with some of

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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

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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

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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

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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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