Wildlife Removal Charleston West Virginia 304-395-1400

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Charleston WV Wildlife Removal

Animal Control Services in Charleston
Animal control can be very much diffident than the humane society. Animal control in the wildlife point of view is the process of removing wild animals from your home or office and giving the option of a exclusion or preventative repairs to ensure no future conflicts. The Wildlife Professionals will not do domestic Animal control or domestic animal removal.
We only remove nuisance wildlife animals.

Charleston West Virginia Squirrel removal 
In Charleston as like most states in our great nation squirrels are abundant. Charleston Squirrels have learned to take up residence in the attics spaces, in the eaves, gable vents and even chimneys. In Charleston West Virginia Squirrel Removal is only the first step to the processes, once the culprit squirrel is evicted From Your property an exclusion must be performed to ensure complete Squirrel control. 

Squirrel Removal must be priority Whether is bats in the attic, squirrels in the attic, raccoons in the attic or chimney or rodents in your attic space. The Wildlife Professionals of Charleston can trap and remove them from your property. Dead Squirrel Removal too.

Charleston West Virginia Raccoon Removal
In Charleston as like most states in our great nation Raccoon’s are abundant. Raccoon’s have learned that the attics Chimneys and soffits of Charleston WV homes can be a safe place to have babies and live. In Charleston Raccoon Removal is only the first step. Exclusion of the raccoon’s that were living in the attic is Paramount to conclusion of issue.

An raccoon in the attic of your Charleston WV Home will use your attic insulation as a latrine and one of the first sign that an raccoon is living in the attic is areas where there is raccoon feces or poop gathered. A raccoon removal expert can remove the animal feces and contaminated material as well as trap the animal from the attic.

Size and Weight of Raccoons found in Charleston WV: The adult raccoon is a medium-sized mammal and the largest of the Procyonidae family.  It averages 24 to 38 inches in length and can weigh between 14 to 23 lbs., or more, depending upon habitat and available food. The male raccoon, or boar, is slightly larger than the female, also referred to as sow. The young are called kits.

Physical Features: The mask of black fur that covers the raccoon s eyes is its most characteristic and familiar feature. One hypothesis for the dark fur on a raccoon is that it may help reduce glare and enhance the nocturnal animal’s night vision. The raccoon has grayish brown fur, most of which is dense underfur to insulate the animal against the cold. Five to eight light and dark rings alternate on the raccoon tail. Because its hind legs are longer than the front legs, a raccoon often appears hunched when they walk or run. The five toes on a raccoon’s front paws are extremely dexterous, functioning essentially as five little fingers which allow it to grasp and manipulate food it finds in the wild as well as a variety of other objects, including doorknobs, jars, and latches. A raccoon’s most heightened sense is its sense of touch. It has very sensitive front paws and this sensitivity increases underwater. When able, a raccoon will examine objects in water.

Life span of a raccoon in Charleston WV:

In the wild, a raccoon has a life expectancy of about 2 to 3 years, but in captivity a raccoon can live up to 20 years. A raccoon in the attic can cause a lot of damage in just one year; imagine 2 to 3 years of a raccoon in your attic.

Diet: The raccoon is an omnivorous and opportunistic eater, with its diet determined heavily by its environment. Common foods include fruits, plants, nuts, berries, insects, rodents, frogs, eggs, and crayfish. In urban environments, the animal often sifts through garbage for food. The majority of its diet consists of invertebrates and plant foods.

Geography: The raccoon is native to North America and can be found throughout the United States, except for parts of the Rocky Mountains, and southwestern states like Nevada, Utah, and Arizona. It can also be found in parts of Canada, Mexico and the northern-most regions of South America. During the 20th century, the species was introduced to other parts of the globe, and now has an extensive presence in countries like Germany, Russia, and Japan.

Habitat: Originally raccoons lived in the tropics where they could be found foraging along riverbanks. Over time they moved north up the continent, successfully adapting to new territories and expanding their diet. Traditionally, they live in tree cavities or burrows emerging at dusk to hunt frogs and crustaceans while keeping an eye out for predators such as coyotes and foxes. Barns have aided their northern migration, offering refuge from cold northern winters, and now, raccoons have been found as far north as Alaska. The species originally kept to the deciduous and mixed forests of North America, but its impressive ability to adapt has enabled the animal to move into a wide range of habitats, from mountainous terrains to large cities. The first urban sighting was in Cincinnati during the 1920s. Raccoon populations do very well in urban areas, primarily due to hunting and trapping restrictions, a general lack of predators, and an abundance of available human food. The size of a raccoon’s home range varies depending on habitat and food supply. In urban areas, its home range generally spans about one mile.

Breeding and Social Structure: The animal is nocturnal, mostly foraging and feeding at night. Though previously thought to be quite solitary, there is now evidence that the species congregates in gender-specific groups. Mating season for raccoons falls generally anytime between January and June.  Most females begin reproducing around the age of one. The female has a 65-day gestation period and gives birth to two to five kits, usually in the spring. A mother usually separates from other raccoons to raise her young alone. The male does not participate in the raising of the kits. The black mask is already visible on newly-born kits. The kits stay in the den with their mother until they are between 8-10 weeks old, and will stay with their mother until they reach 13-14 months of age.

Whether is bats, squirrels, raccoon’s or rodents in your Property, The Wildlife Professionals can trap and remove them from your property. Dead Raccoon Removal too.

Charleston West Virginia Bat Removal
In Charleston and all parts of our nation Bats are of great benefit to the environment, however when bats take up residence in a home it can be a daunting task to evict them. Bat removal by Bat removal and control experts are the only true way in Charleston WV to solve the wildlife conflict.

Charleston WV Bats typically take residence in attic spaces of our homes churches – other buildings. they can live there for years without the homeowner ever knowing. Scratching in the attic in Charleston, or noises in the wall can be an indicating factor that you have a wildlife conflict.

  Bat Removal in Charleston WV this is a serious issue due to the amount of guano(droppings) that can accumulate. Bat’s guano carry many health hazardsincluding histoplasmosis that  causes respiratory issues. Not to mention the weight of the accumulated guano will actually weigh down the ceiling -in some cases cause the ceiling to fail and fall into the living place. 

Bats also have another secret weapon in their arsenal in Florida. most Charleston Bats carry Bat bugs. Bat bugs are almost identical to bed bugs and cause the same issue. Bat bugs will feed on the blood of anything living and can be very difficult on their own to get rid of.

  • Charleston Wildlife -Animal Control and Removal
  • Charleston Get rid of Squirrels in your attic, Removal and Control
  • Charleston Get rid ofRaccoons In your attic, Removal and Control
  • Get rid of Bats in your attic, Charleston Removal and Control
  • Charleston Attic insulation removal and replacement
  • Bat Removal South Charleston
  • Charleston Dead animal Removal
  • Bat box installation

We specialize in Charleston West Virginia Bat Removal and Bat control

Also: Charleston WV Bat control Bird Removal Beaver Removal , Removal Cats, Coyotes Removal, Chimney Swifts Removal, Chipmunks Removal , Flying Squirrels Removal, Dead Animal Removal,Fox, Geese, Groundhogs, Moles, Muskrat, mice, Opossum, Pigeons, Rabbits, Raccoon Removal , Rat Removal, rodents of all kinds, Skunks, Snake Removal, Squirrel Removal, Sparrows, Starlings, and Woodpeckers removal and control service

Do you have squirrels in the attic  in your Charleston West Virginia Home? Do you have raccoons in the attic In Charleston WV? are you hearing unexplained sounds coming from the attic? is there scratching in the wall. do you have snakes in the yard?  have you seen opossum in the trash at night? have you seen or heard bats in the attic in Charleston West Virginia ? have you found a snake skin in the basement or attic space? have you heard unexplained noises in the chimney? smelling foul odors that may be a skunk under your house or in the crawlspace and heating ducts? Do you have alligators? Do you have an alligator in you yard or pool? Do you need alligator removal and control?

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