The Presence of Nuisance Alligators Likely to Increase Now That Mating Season Is in Full Swing

Alligator Crossing Road

Alligator mating season is now in full swing. This means that individuals in gator-prone areas – especially throughout South Carolina and North Carolina – are likely to see an increase of alligators over the course of the next few months. Males are known to attach themselves to a certain territory. Examples include a favorite pond,… Read More…

Spring in the Carolinas – Prepare Yourself for Wildlife Encounters

In the Carolinas, spring is a very active time for a wild variety of wildlife. As the warm weather sets in, many species in South Carolina and North Carolina start following the urges associated with their internal clocks. They move around, they seek out a mate, they engage in feedings, and they nest. Examples include… Read More…

Sightings of the South American Tegu Must Be Reported 

South American Tegu

Recent sightings of a very large and invasive species of lizard have been reported throughout the State of South Carolina and the State of Georgia. The wildlife agencies throughout both states are encouraging individuals to report any sightings of this creature. It has the capability of growing up to lengths of 4 feet and may… Read More…

The 3 Most Venomous Snakes in North Carolina 

Eastern Diamond Back Rattlesnake 

It has been estimated that there are 37 various species of snakes throughout the State of North Carolina. Despite the fact that a bite may prove to be painful, 31 species are non-venomous. A total of 6 species are venomous. These are found in a variety of habitats – from forests, to swamps, to lakes…. Read More…

What Potentially Troublesome or Dangerous Creatures Are in the State of South Carolina?

The State of South Carolina is considered a coastal state. It includes numerous land and water creatures. In the area of the coast plain, the vegetation is that which grows abundantly in coarse types of soil. The land is relatively flat. In the inland region, there are sand dunes, fields, and forests. The state is… Read More…

Apart from the Smell, Do Skunks Cause Any Problems?

Despite the fact that skunks are kind of on the cute side, there is a wide array of potential problems and dangers that stem from those furry, little, black and white striped creatures. Apart from the immense defense mechanism of the scent glands to product a noxious odor, there are a few problems that skunks… Read More…

Do Raccoons Pose Any Type of Danger to People and Property?

Raccoons are considered to be one of the cutest of all wildlife. They are fluffy, naturally curious, and have those gorgeous eyes. Do not let them fool you, though. While they may look innocent and endearing, they have the potential to cause many problems – with both people and the properties that those people live… Read More…

Rodents Are Among the Most Dangerous Pests to Infest Homes

Rodent

Rodents are exceptionally more than a simple annoyance. These creatures have the ability to cause irreversible damage to your home and even have the capability of killing you! In fact, most professionals in the wildlife, pest control, electrical, and healthcare industries agree that rodents are considered to be one of the most dangerous pests when… Read More…

What Is the Commercial Wildlife Control Process?

The commercial wildlife control process is that which wildlife removal experts eliminate wild animals and nuisance animals from commercial properties through professional removal, remediation, and then aid in ensuring reinfestation is prevented by working closely with the owners of said property. In most instances, the wildlife species that are removed are those that cause damage… Read More…

Wildlife Extractors – Your Questions Answered

As wildlife extractors, we are always presented with a question. It could be as simple as what we do or it could relate to the types of pests that we handle. We know and understand that extraction is a relatively new and upcoming field. In this brief guide, we will outline the most common questions… Read More…

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