Rare Red Wolves Have Been Released in the State of North Carolina

On the 21st of May in 2021, facilities that specialize in the captive breeding of red wolves announced that they released several of these creatures into the eastern region of North Carolina. This came after a federal court ruling was made in favor of conservation groups in January of 2021. This requires that the US… Read More…

Wildlife Commission in North Carolina Requests That All Beachgoers Watch for Shorebirds Through the End of August

North Carolina Beach

If you are a beachgoer in the State of North Carolina, it is imperative that you remember that we share the shores with a multitude of creatures that identify this area as “home”. In particular, we share them with shorebirds; which are birds that nest and raise their brood on the shorelines. The Wildlife Commission… Read More…

How to Minimize the Risk of Conflicts with Coyotes in the Late Spring and Early Summer Months

Now that the outdoor temperatures are a bit warmer, coyotes are quickly becoming an increasingly common sight among those that live in the Carolinas. These creatures have either set up their dens for their new pups or are in the process of setting these dens up for the future arrival of their pups. Once the… Read More…

Should I Have Snakes Around My Home Professionally Removed?

Snake on Grass

It is a known fact that snakes have the ability to instill a fear that is deep-rooted within people unlike that which is matched by any other animal. This is true – even among other types of wildlife. Nearly all animals in the wild view snakes as a threat. There are many animal species that… Read More…

Professional Removal Services Offered to Individuals and Businesses Experiencing Issues with Wild Hogs

Feral Hog On Property

Now that the worst of the cold weather is behind us, Spring has sprung, and summer is upon us, more and more individuals are making their way to the great outdoors. While there are many types of wildlife that we should always be on the look out for and should use caution around, one of… Read More…

Caution Urged as Alligator Mating Season Draws Near

Alligator Season

Alligators start the process of courting in the early weeks of April. By May and June of each year, mating season is in full swing. By the end of June or in the early part of July, female alligators will begin the process of depositing their eggs in nests that are composed of mixtures of… Read More…

Do I Have Bats in My Home?

While it is true that there are many individuals out there that have a true passion for bats and may even collect these creatures, generally speaking, you do not want bats in your home. Not only are these animals a bit scary to the average person, they may result in many dangers to your home… Read More…

Protect Your Business from Nuisance Wildlife with Commercial Wildlife Control Services

Rodent Hiding

We here at Palmetto Wildlife Extractors offer a variety of commercial wildlife control services that help business owners ensure that their property is free from issues that stem from the presence of nuisance wildlife. In this brief guide, we will review a few of the control services that we offer to business owners in and… Read More…

Simple and Effective Techniques for Preventing Conflicts with Coyotes

Coyote

Coyotes are known for avoiding people. This is true even with their habitats are situated in urban and suburban areas. However, potential food and water sources are known to attract coyotes into residential neighborhoods. Examples include pet and water bowls that are left outdoors, compost bins, homemade ponds, and even trash bins. If food and… Read More…

Feral Wild Pigs Cause Significant Damage and Pose Many Dangers to Those in Areas Where They Roam

Feral Pigs

Feral wild pigs are now considered to be the most abundant of all free-ranging animals with hooves within the United States. Despite this, they are not native. The species was first introduced to the country when Hernando de Soto arrived at the Florida coast in the year of 1539. Explorers carried these animals with them… Read More…

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