Wildlife Removal

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…

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…

Who Do You Call to Remove Wild Animals from Your Home?

If you have wild animals in your home, you do have a few options – depending on the type of animal and the area in which you reside. In many areas, you may call a local animal control service organization. In other instances, you may contact your local police department or sheriff’s office. It must… Read More…

You Should Never Attempt to Trap and Relocate Wildlife on Your Own

If you are reading this, it is quite likely that you have discovered some type of wildlife on your property. Perhaps you have encountered an opossum, a raccoon, a skunk, a fox, some type of wild cat, or even an alligator basking in the sun and a bank of your property that overlooks a body… Read More…

Why Should I Hire a Wildlife Removal Company?

Discovering unwanted, uninvited, and wild creatures in and around your home is an upsetting and potentially dangerous situation. Wild animals have the capability of posing numerous hazards to your health, your home, and any pets that you may own. While it is true that most of these creatures are simply in search of shelter, food,… Read More…

3 Amazing Ways Animals Stay Warm When It Gets Cold

Deer In Winter Snow

Now that colder temperatures abound, people everywhere are pulling out their winter clothes, brewing up warm beverages, getting blankets ready, and cranking up the heaters. As humans, we have a vast array of modern inventions and techniques that we utilize to survive to survive the harshest of environmental conditions – including sub-zero temperatures. But how… Read More…

The Creepy, The Crawly, and The Cute – Our Top 5 Favorite Creatures Associated with Halloween

Black Cat Halloween

Halloween is a fun, exciting, and mysterious holiday. While most enjoy the costumes, tricks, and treats that abound as a result of the holiday, it is often the intrigue associated with the beliefs and superstitions associated with Halloween that really draws us in. It is a day that has been traced back to the rituals… Read More…

Why You Shouldn’t Remove Wildlife Yourself

Why You Shouldn’t Remove Wildlife Yourself

In the states of South Carolina and North Carolina, communities and rural home developments are resulting in many residences being placed in the midst of natural wildlife habitats. It is not at all uncommon for bears, foxes, beavers, deer, groundhogs, a variety of birds, snakes, alligators, and other forms of wildlife to find their way… Read More…

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