Seo Approach to Bloggs

As an SEO,I forgot about the value of utilizing the arsenal available to you as a SEO. Blogs are a fantastic way to both get your information out there and have the valuable back links or anchors to your website. These blogs are easy ways to throw out content you as a seo are not sure about and are able to see this content placement on a agro search. regardless of placement it allows real time data that will allow you fix or tweak your content for a viable website and if things go well allows for a fantastic back link or call volume increase!

Also although Google nerfed the blog experience, other search engines have not. One has to remember that even if google is the goal there are other search engines out there that hit a valued customer base! If we forget about them we are simply leaving money on the table.

I get 76% of my website visits from google . this is at combined 47k visits a month, I hit close to 8k on the others because I didn’t forget about them

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Need Bat Removal in Yacht Cove?

Local Wildlife Removal 843-473-8050 Columbia, SC Animal Control

Question: I found a bat in my house, what do I do?

English: Note: this is indicated as a big brow...
English: Note: this is indicated as a big brown bat (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Answer: Call a wildlife removal company that specializes in bat removal. If at all possible try to keep your eye on the bat. Some people are very scared of bats, For these people I would say close all doors so as to minimize were the bat can get to. This will make it easier for the bat pro to find the bat.

Question: Why are bats living in my attic?

Answer: As our civilization grows new construction is surely to follow. The building of new homes and neighborhoods slowly diminish the natural habitat of bats and eventually the bat colony will adapt or evolve. Once the bat colony realizes that the bat colony can survive in an attic, space or even chimney, the bat colony will take advantage of any small opening or gap to enter the structure.

Attics tend to be a hot spot when dealing with bat removal. Attic spaces make an ideal area. Attic spaces make for great protection against the elements and potential predators. Bats in your attic are simply trying to adapt or evolve to protect it’s species.

Question: Where did these bats come from?

Answer: Since most bats eat insects, evolutionists have traditionally taught that bats evolved from primitive insectivores, as did shrews, moles, etc. Fruit-eaters merely modified their diet due to ecological pressures.

Then in the early ’80s J. D. Smith (Smith pp. 347-365) suggested that megabats and microbats evolved separately, because there are many physiological differences between the two other than just size. Microbats have a complicated shoulder joint and a claw only on the thumb, for example, while megabats have a simple shoulder joint but a claw on both the thumb and first finger. Micros use echo-location, while macros mainly rely on their keen eyesight. Micro teeth are designed for prey, while mega teeth grind plant parts. Megabats can live only in the tropics, needing a year-round food supply; many microbats have the ability to hibernate through cold winters.
Question: How do I get rid of bats?

Answer: The best way to rid yourself of a unwanted bat colony in your house is to hire a professional that is trained in true bat removal and bat control techniques to ensure a safe and humane bat proofing process.

A bat exclusion is the only sure fire way to get rid of bats. A One Way Bat Door is the equipment most bat control experts use. It is extremely effective if installed correctly.

Question: Who do I look for to get rid of theses bats in my attic?

Answer : We highly recommend The Wildlife Professionals for all of your wildlife removal and animal control issues.

Question: When do bats have babies? And why can’t I have bats removed?
Depending on the severity of the season, the species and the region a professional bat control operator can advise the best time for bat removal and bat exclusion.

Most bats are federally protected and it is illegal to exclude bats or close bats out when there is a great possibility that the young bats could be affected or even killed by the process. Bats are extremely important to our ecosystem. Never try to kill a bat colony!

Question: What kind of bats is living in my attic?

Answer: The are several types of bats found living in building, office buildings, church, and homes across America. The common two bats most usually found dwelling in building structures are the “Big Brown Bat” and “Small Brown Bat” and they are also protected species.

Question: Is it illegal to poison and kill bats?

Answer: YES

Question: Can I just put a light in the attic and draw the bats out?

Answer: I have not been in an attic that had a strobe light and not found bats still living there. Although I have heard some success stories I have not witnessed it myself.

Question: Will mothballs really drive out the bats?

Answer: I have had measured success with mothballs or naphthalene will sometimes drive a bat colony out for a day or so. But eventually they will come bat. I have been in an attic space that had mothballs in pantyhose hanging from the rafters and witnessed bats hanging from the pantyhose. So I am assuming they simply got used to the smell!

Question: What do I do about the bat guano in the attic after the bats are gone?

Answer: Only use a qualified bat control when dealing with waste guano. Guano can accumulate over time and can have ecoli, bat bugs, and even hystoplasmosis. The guano could be extremely dangerous to those who have asthma, or other breathing issues such as the elderly and the extreme young.

Question : What is attic restoration?

Attic restoration is the process of cleaning out the waste bat guano from the attic space, disinfecting the whole area and putting new insulation down. Attic restoration restores the attic space and in most instances increases the R value( Insulation Value) in your attic space.

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Need Bat Removal in Lexington, South Carolina ?

Local Wildlife Removal 843-473-8050 Columbia, SC Animal Control

Question: I found a bat in my house, what do I do?

English: Note: this is indicated as a big brow...
English: Note: this is indicated as a big brown bat (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Answer: Call a wildlife removal company that specializes in bat removal. If at all possible try to keep your eye on the bat. Some people are very scared of bats, For these people I would say close all doors so as to minimize were the bat can get to. This will make it easier for the bat pro to find the bat.

Question: Why are bats living in my attic?

Answer: As our civilization grows new construction is surely to follow. The building of new homes and neighborhoods slowly diminish the natural habitat of bats and eventually the bat colony will adapt or evolve. Once the bat colony realizes that the bat colony can survive in an attic, space or even chimney, the bat colony will take advantage of any small opening or gap to enter the structure.

Attics tend to be a hot spot when dealing with bat removal. Attic spaces make an ideal area. Attic spaces make for great protection against the elements and potential predators. Bats in your attic are simply trying to adapt or evolve to protect it’s species.

Question: Where did these bats come from?

Answer: Since most bats eat insects, evolutionists have traditionally taught that bats evolved from primitive insectivores, as did shrews, moles, etc. Fruit-eaters merely modified their diet due to ecological pressures.

Then in the early ’80s J. D. Smith (Smith pp. 347-365) suggested that megabats and microbats evolved separately, because there are many physiological differences between the two other than just size. Microbats have a complicated shoulder joint and a claw only on the thumb, for example, while megabats have a simple shoulder joint but a claw on both the thumb and first finger. Micros use echo-location, while macros mainly rely on their keen eyesight. Micro teeth are designed for prey, while mega teeth grind plant parts. Megabats can live only in the tropics, needing a year-round food supply; many microbats have the ability to hibernate through cold winters.
Question: How do I get rid of bats?

Answer: The best way to rid yourself of a unwanted bat colony in your house is to hire a professional that is trained in true bat removal and bat control techniques to ensure a safe and humane bat proofing process.

A bat exclusion is the only sure fire way to get rid of bats. A One Way Bat Door is the equipment most bat control experts use. It is extremely effective if installed correctly.

Question: Who do I look for to get rid of theses bats in my attic?

Answer : We highly recommend The Wildlife Professionals for all of your wildlife removal and animal control issues.

Question: When do bats have babies? And why can’t I have bats removed?
Depending on the severity of the season, the species and the region a professional bat control operator can advise the best time for bat removal and bat exclusion.

Most bats are federally protected and it is illegal to exclude bats or close bats out when there is a great possibility that the young bats could be affected or even killed by the process. Bats are extremely important to our ecosystem. Never try to kill a bat colony!

Question: What kind of bats is living in my attic?

Answer: The are several types of bats found living in building, office buildings, church, and homes across America. The common two bats most usually found dwelling in building structures are the “Big Brown Bat” and “Small Brown Bat” and they are also protected species.

Question: Is it illegal to poison and kill bats?

Answer: YES

Question: Can I just put a light in the attic and draw the bats out?

Answer: I have not been in an attic that had a strobe light and not found bats still living there. Although I have heard some success stories I have not witnessed it myself.

Question: Will mothballs really drive out the bats?

Answer: I have had measured success with mothballs or naphthalene will sometimes drive a bat colony out for a day or so. But eventually they will come bat. I have been in an attic space that had mothballs in pantyhose hanging from the rafters and witnessed bats hanging from the pantyhose. So I am assuming they simply got used to the smell!

Question: What do I do about the bat guano in the attic after the bats are gone?

Answer: Only use a qualified bat control when dealing with waste guano. Guano can accumulate over time and can have ecoli, bat bugs, and even hystoplasmosis. The guano could be extremely dangerous to those who have asthma, or other breathing issues such as the elderly and the extreme young.

Question : What is attic restoration?

Attic restoration is the process of cleaning out the waste bat guano from the attic space, disinfecting the whole area and putting new insulation down. Attic restoration restores the attic space and in most instances increases the R value( Insulation Value) in your attic space.

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Raleigh North Carolina Bat Removal 910-378-9856

Bat Removal in Raleigh, NC by Bat removal experts

We received a call about a bat that had got into the house and the customer was frantic for obvious reasons, After our visit the bat was removed and the bat issue was corrected. Once I heard from a client”Why do bats decide to live in homes and buildings? Do cave bats live my house? Do the bats have white nose syndrome? How do I get rid of bats in Raleigh, North Carolina?  Why is the raccoon in my house instead of out in the forest? Will Squirrels Chew on wires in the attic of my home? Who will remove bats in my attic? ”

The city of Raleigh, North Carolina can issue a bat alert if the threat level is high enough. Are there tricks to get squirrels trapped? Mike couldn’t believe when saw the Raccoon in the trash.” It was in the trash can and it scared me about as much as I did it”. I have tried to trap, but the squirrel is still up there.  Squirrel removal can be tricky. Is there a way to get Squirrel control in Raleigh, North Carolina?

Raleigh, North Carolina Bat removal can be crucial when plagued by bats in in your attic! The Wildlife professionals of Raleigh, North Carolina does not trap bats in you home, the use of a one way bat door exclusive to the wildlife professionals are used. we do not use the generic version found online!

Bat Removal service in Raleigh, North Carolina.
In Raleigh, North Carolina as like most states in our great nation Bats are abundant. Bats have learned that the attics, Chimneys and soffits of our homes can be a safe place to have babies and live. Raleigh, North Carolina Bat Removal Service is only the first step. Exclusion of the Bats in the attic is Paramount to conclusion of issue. Bat removal by Raleigh, North Carolina bat removal experts are the way to go when trying to get rid of bats in your home and have Raleigh, North Carolina bat control available.Whether is bats squirrels raccoons or rodents in your attic The Wildlife Professionals can trap and remove them from your property.

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Pest Control in Houston Texas Call 832-324-9035

Pest Control in Houston Texas

Call 832-324-9035

Pest Control in Houston Texas, Galveston Texas and all Metro South and North Houston. We are a pest animal removal company and do not exterminate pest insects. Our services include:

  • Rodent(mice – Rat) Removal
  • Bat Removal
  • Raccoon Trapping
  • Opossum Trapping
  • Squirrel Removal
  • Attic extclusion
  • Attic Restoration

Tim C. Houston, TX  ” Jimmy was an amazing professional. He was on time and very knowledgeable in Pest Control, I was very happy with their services.”

Jennifer M. Humble, TX    ” I used another pest control company and when I found out I had bat issues it was unfortunate that my existing pest control company was not equipped  for bat removal and recommended The Wildlife Professionals. Mike and Jimmy were great! Would tell anyone to use them! Thanks guys”

Mike T. Galveston, TX  ” After many sleepless nights because of raccoons living in the attic, I call The Wildlife Professionals and spoke with Jimmy and the next day he was there, inspected the attic, dropped traps and by the next day after all of the raccoon were trapped and removed from my house, amazing!”

 

We service Aldine TX, Allendale TX, Almeda TX, Almeda Plaza TX, Atascocita TX, Barrett TX, Barry Oaks TX, Bayridge Park TX, Bayside Terrace TX, Baytown TX, Bellaire TX, Bellaire Junction TX, Bordersville TX, Brookhaven TX, Brownwood TX, Bunker Hill Village TX, Channelview TX, Clinton Park TX, Cloverleaf TX, Crosby TX, Deer Park TX, Dogwood Acres TX, East Haven TX, East Houston TX, East La Porte TX, El Jardin Del Mar TX, El Lago TX, Fairbanks TX, Foster Place TX, Galena Park TX, Genoa TX, Golden Acres TX, Greens Bayou TX, Harrisburg TX, Hedwig Village TX, Hennessey TX, Highland Heights TX, Highlands TX, Hilshire Village TX, Houston TX, Humble TX, Hunters Creek Village TX, Jacinto City TX, Jeanetta TX, Jersey Village TX, Katy TX, La Porte TX, Lamar Terrace TX, Link Five TX, Lois TX, Lomax TX, Mayfair TX, Meyerland TX, Morganspoint TX, Nassau Bay TX, Pamela Heights TX, Park Place TX, Pasadena TX, Pelly TX, Pierce Junction TX, Piney Point Village TX, Red Bluff TX, Riverside Crest TX, Rosslyn TX, Satsuma TX, Scenic Woods TX, Seabrook TX, Sheldon TX, Shoreacres TX, Skyscraper Shadows TX, South Houston TX, Southside Place TX, Spring TX, Spring Valley TX, Surf Oaks TX, Sylvan Beach TX, Taylor Lake Village TX, Todville TX, Tomball TX, Walden Woods Webster TX, West University Place TX, Westwood Park TX, Winchester TX, Wooster TX in bat removal.

 

Denver Colorado 720-306-1188 Squirrel removal

The Wildlife Professionals and squirrel Removal

Call 720-306-1188

 

I bought an apartment in Denver Colorado the early 90’s . I was so excited to have my own place, after all it was my first place. Moving in was pretty easy. I really didn’t have a lot of stuff to move. Me and a few buddies from college helped me. We ended up drinking a few drinks and laughed about our college days. It was a great day.

Later that evening though as I was trying to get ready for bed I began hearing noises in the attic. at first I thought it was normal settling of the house I moved into. Though as the night went on I continued to hear loud noises in the attic. It was so loud I just couldn’t find sleep.

I laid there in my bed for what seemed for ever listening and trying to figure out what was going on. Lets just say it was a sleepless night for me.

This went on for days. after a week I hired a Denver wildlife removal guy to come and look at the issue. It turned out I had a family of squirrels living in the attic. and in great timing I moved in at the time when they are having baby squirrels in my attic.

He was a great guy and explained that the best way to fix the issue was to trap the mommy squirrel and their young. I simply said “Yes!!! I need to sleep. Do what you have to !”  and he just went to work. Jumped up in the attic and put a few traps up there.  Later he said call him if I heard a different noise in the attic that would suggest that he caught a squirrel in his traps. I told him I would and he left.

Later that evening as the sun went down I started to hear the familiar noises in the attic. this went on for just a few moments before I heard a metal on metal sound and I knew my animal control guy caught at least on of the squirrels in the attic.

I Laid in my bed for close to an hour just listening and I heard that same sound a few times so I decided to call him and explain to him what I experienced and he told me we are probably good and he would there in the morning.

He did show in the morning and he actually pulled out all three traps full of squirrels that were giving me such a hard sleeping. He later repaired the areas the used to get into the apartment. I never had an issue sleeping after that.

Years later I became a Denver – Colorado Springs CO wildlife removal agent and now I am that guy that answers the strange noises in the attic calls and I am the guy that goes to these places and reassures the person dealing with squirrels in the attic and the noises that makes impossible to sleep and I always remember that October I got my first home to live in and how I was helped and that makes me ever more resolved to fix the issues no matter the call!

Belmont Ohio Animal Removal 412-737-4298 Wildlife Control and Removal

Belmont Ohio Animal Removal and Animal Control 412-737-4298

 

This blog is for information about wildlife and animal control in the greater Belmont Ohio areas. If you are dealing with wildlife removal or animal trapping issues please call us at 412-737-4298

We are The Wildlife Professionals and we have serviced the greater Belmont Ohio Area for over six years. We have built an amazing client base and have knowledge and experience as well as references as the number one bat and animal removal service in the Belmont Ohio area.

We are not a pest control company dealing with bugs such as termites and roaches. We are licensed and certified in animal control and as wildlife trapping agents with the state of Colorado.  Below are information on the animals we remove from homes, business and church from the great state of Belmont Ohio.

Bat Removal in Belmont Ohio.

Bat removal in Belmont Ohio is when you believe you have a bat issue in your home it is best to try to determine whether or not to call a bat removal specialist to inspect your property. Sometimes a bat in your house can be explained by an open window or an open door including a garage door.

A few things to think about in Belmont Ohio; Bats will find attic as a great place to live and build a bat colony. a bat colony in the attic will cause several issues including bat guano and bat urine build up in the attic insulation. They will live in the attic and the majority of them will be female bats. Female bat only give birth to one baby bat a year. As the only flying mammal a baby bat can not fly upon birth and because of this as Belmont Ohio wildlife control agents we can not remove or exclude bats when baby bats are present. If baby bats are present bat exclusion or bat removal can not be done in Belmont Ohio, at risk of damage to the bat colony or the baby bats. It is very often that bats are found near pools or water sources. When a backyard pool is involved a bat colony is usually near. A bat flying near my pool, bats flying by my pool, bats in my house, bat in my bathroom, bat in my living room, bats in my attic, bat in my bathroom, bat in my attic, bats in my attic, bats in my chimney, bats in my building, bats in my room, Bat control, Bat trap, humane bat removal,

The do it yourself bat removal homeowner in Belmont Ohio can remove bats but at risk of the bat colony. it is always safer and more responsible to speak to your local bat control or attic bat removal professional before making any decisions in bat removal or bat control.

Often the best way to determine a bat issue is to watch the house at dusk. Bat will fly out just after the sun goes down and this is a great way to see were the bats are leaving the house or building. If you are thinking of trying to remove the bat colony this is the best time to decide your course of action. The do it yourselfer must remember that even if you can determine were that bats are leaving does not mean that the bats can not find a new place to enter the property; in fact a bat can fit in the smallest of areas or voids. the rule of thumb is that if you can place a nickle on its side in a hole or void a bat can also fit into the area and regain access.

There are several exclusion devices available in Belmont Ohio for removal of bats. One is a bat check valve or basically placing a trash bag over the area the bats are leaving and this is a terrible practice due to the fact most bats die in the trash bag and that not all bats leave an area at the same time. The other is a One Way Bat Door, I actually promote and advocate this practice. The one way bat door is a cone shaped device that allows the bats to leave the area at their own time span , though does not allow access back into the area. As long as there are no baby bats present; this tends to be the best procedure in removing bats.

Once bats are removed from the attic space, removed from the chimney, or removed from the eaves gates an attic clean out or attic restoration can be completed. All of the bat guano and attic insulation can be removed and new placed down.

Belmont Ohio Raccoon Removal by raccoon removal experts in the Belmont Ohio Area. When you believe you have a raccoon issue in your home it is best to try to determine whether or not to call a raccoon removal specialist to inspect your property. Sometimes a raccoon will find its way in the your attic or chimney area.

Raccoon’s also have been found living under homes and business crawlspace and decks or outbuildings in Belmont Ohio.

An raccoon in the attic 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 Belmont Ohio raccoon removal expert can remove the animal feces and contaminated material as well as trap the animal from the attic.

Information on raccoons and their life:

Size and Weight: 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 its eyes is its most characteristic and familiar feature. One hypothesis for the dark fur is that it may help reduce glare and enhance the nocturnal animal’s night vision. The species has grayish brown fur, almost 90% of which is dense underfur to insulate the animal against the cold. Five to eight light and dark rings alternate on its 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: 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.

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.

Belmont Ohio Squirrel Removal by attic squirrel control and squirrel removal experts. Squirrel removal experts in the Belmont Ohio Area. When you believe you have a squirrel issue in your home it is best to try to determine whether or not to call a squirrel removal specialist to inspect your property. Sometimes a squirrel will find its way in the your attic or chimney area.

Squirrels feed on small insects, roots, tree bark, leaves and acorns. It can be noted that when you give a certain type of squirrel tree bark for him to chew, the little guy would just flatly ignore it. Don’t feel bad because some Squirrel species do not have stomachs that break down cellulose .

One famous relative of theirs, the flying squirrel  has a special stretchy skin called the patagium that extends and helps the animal glide through the air. When it takes its jump, scientists report that it could daringly take the plunge from 150 feet. Flying squirrel removal is also available.

Belmont Ohio Snake Removal  by snake control and snake removal professionals in Belmont Ohio.

If you are bitten by a snake : 
First thing is was the snake venomous? If you know you have been bitten by a harmless snake in Belmont Ohio, it will save you much stress and eliminate the need for treatment. Many people are bitten by harmless snakes each year and experience nothing but small scratches that readily heal. If you are certain a venomous snake was involved, get to the nearest hospital or medical facility as quickly as possible. If possible, notify them ahead of time via telephone of your situation. This gives the physician time to prepare and call the nearest poison information center for advice. 

As In Belmont Ohio Snakes are in every state of our country. you will at one time or more in your life run across them, whether in your garden, garage or even in your home.

Eastern Rat snakes are one of my favorite snakes just because they are so fascinating. For one thing they don’t need the sun to metabolize their foods. this means that they don’t have to be out in the sun to digest their meals. they hang out in crawl spaces and even attics for months at a time where other snakes would need to come and go.

So its no wonder that in Belmont Ohio I am called on most of my reptile calls to remove them.

Copperhead Snakes or Agkistrodon Contortrix
Theses snakes can vary in color from grey to Brown Cross bands to light brown variations.
When Copperhead snakes are born (alive, and not from eggs) they look like adults except for the yellowish or greenish tail coloration.


Copperhead Habitat:  Most copperhead snakes prefer open Rocky Woodland , Rock Edges, and open grassland near woodland outcrops. Copperheads blend in tremendously with most leaf litter. In the Summer(Hot) Months Copperheads become nocturnal. In Spring and Fall they are often found on Wooded Hilltop Rock Outcrops with a southern exposure in Belmont Ohio
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Mother Copperhead snakes typically give birth from August to October depending the area or state they live in, and they give live birth and not from eggs.
Food consists of insects, frogs, toads, lizards,small birds, other snake and they love rodents.

Prairie Rattlesnake: Crotalus Viridus
a Pitt Viper Snake, Has one of the largest rattles of most if rattlesnakes. Dark Gray or Brown Blotches, Head body and tail are greenish gray to brown. Tails bands are similar color to body blotches, belly grayish white. youth looks similar to adults.
Habitat: Rocky Canyon or open prairies with abundant small wildlife that burrow to feed upon. They are burrow explorer experts.
in Spring and fall they prefer south facing hillsides with large rock outcrops.
Summer months they become nocturnal exploring the grasslands and prairies for food such as lizards, mice, rats, chipmunks, gophers, prairie dogs and other smaller snakes.

Pigmy Rattlesnake:
Western Diamond Back Rattlesnake:
The Western Diamond Back Rattlesnake is considered one of the largest rattlesnake in the U.S.A .These Pit vipers are dangerous to livestock, pets and human.
Size ranges for 10 inches to 60 inches (that’s five feet long) These awesome snake are born alive and not from eggs. their venom is a hemotoxic venom that attacks the blood system

Eastern Diamond Back Rattlesnake:
The Eastern Diamond Back Rattlesnake is the largest rattlesnake found in the U.S.A .These Pit vipers are dangerous to livestock, pets and human.
Size ranges for 10 inches to 8 feet in length and weighing in at around 10 pounds. These awesome snake are born alive and not from eggs. their venom is a hemotoxic venom that attacks the blood system
You can find theses pit vipors around dry pine, Flatwoods, Pine leaf litter, and Coastal Scrub or brush areas.

Water Moccasin Snake: Venomous
Coral Snake: Venomous
Timber Rattlesnake: Venomous
Massasaugas Rattlesnake : Venomous

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Belmont Ohio Opossum Removal by animal removal or opossum control in Belmont Ohio can handle any possum issue you may be dealing with including trapping the animal and removing it. When you believe you have a animal control issue in your home it is best to try to determine whether or not to call a opossum removal specialist to inspect your property. Sometimes a possum will find its way in the your attic or chimney area.

Opossum also have been found living under homes and business crawlspace and decks or outbuildings.

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

 Belmont Ohio pest control companies are fantasic for dealing with ants and cockroaches, But not usually best soltution for animal control and wildlife removal problems. Some pest control offer wildlife removal and even bat removal, though most do not have the experience to deliver a solution to the wildlife or animal conflict.

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Denver Colorado Animal Removal and Animal Control 720-306-1188

 

This blog is for information about wildlife and animal control in the greater Denver Colorado areas. If you are dealing with wildlife removal or animal trapping issues please call us at 720-306-1188

We are The Wildlife Professionals and we have serviced the greater Denver Area for over six years. We have built an amazing client base and have knowledge and experience as well as references as the number one bat and animal removal service in the Denver area.

We are not a pest control company dealing with bugs such as termites and roaches. We are licensed and certified in animal control and as wildlife trapping agents with the state of Colorado.  Below are information on the animals we remove from homes, business and church from the great state of Colorado.

Bat Removal in Denver Colorado.

Bat removal in Denver Colorado is when you believe you have a bat issue in your home it is best to try to determine whether or not to call a bat removal specialist to inspect your property. Sometimes a bat in your house can be explained by an open window or an open door including a garage door.

A few things to think about in Denver Colorado; Bats will find attic as a great place to live and build a bat colony. a bat colony in the attic will cause several issues including bat guano and bat urine build up in the attic insulation. They will live in the attic and the majority of them will be female bats. Female bat only give birth to one baby bat a year. As the only flying mammal a baby bat can not fly upon birth and because of this as Denver Colorado wildlife control agents we can not remove or exclude bats when baby bats are present. If baby bats are present bat exclusion or bat removal can not be done in Denver Colorado, at risk of damage to the bat colony or the baby bats. It is very often that bats are found near pools or water sources. When a backyard pool is involved a bat colony is usually near. A bat flying near my pool, bats flying by my pool, bats in my house, bat in my bathroom, bat in my living room, bats in my attic, bat in my bathroom, bat in my attic, bats in my attic, bats in my chimney, bats in my building, bats in my room, Bat control, Bat trap, humane bat removal,

The do it yourself bat removal homeowner in Denver Colorado can remove bats but at risk of the bat colony. it is always safer and more responsible to speak to your local bat control or attic bat removal professional before making any decisions in bat removal or bat control.

Often the best way to determine a bat issue is to watch the house at dusk. Bat will fly out just after the sun goes down and this is a great way to see were the bats are leaving the house or building. If you are thinking of trying to remove the bat colony this is the best time to decide your course of action. The do it yourselfer must remember that even if you can determine were that bats are leaving does not mean that the bats can not find a new place to enter the property; in fact a bat can fit in the smallest of areas or voids. the rule of thumb is that if you can place a nickle on its side in a hole or void a bat can also fit into the area and regain access.

There are several exclusion devices available in Denver Colorado for removal of bats. One is a bat check valve or basically placing a trash bag over the area the bats are leaving and this is a terrible practice due to the fact most bats die in the trash bag and that not all bats leave an area at the same time. The other is a One Way Bat Door, I actually promote and advocate this practice. The one way bat door is a cone shaped device that allows the bats to leave the area at their own time span , though does not allow access back into the area. As long as there are no baby bats present; this tends to be the best procedure in removing bats.

Once bats are removed from the attic space, removed from the chimney, or removed from the eaves gates an attic clean out or attic restoration can be completed. All of the bat guano and attic insulation can be removed and new placed down.

Denver Colorado Raccoon Removal by raccoon removal experts in the Denver Colorado Area. When you believe you have a raccoon issue in your home it is best to try to determine whether or not to call a raccoon removal specialist to inspect your property. Sometimes a raccoon will find its way in the your attic or chimney area.

Raccoon’s also have been found living under homes and business crawlspace and decks or outbuildings in Denver Colorado.

An raccoon in the attic 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 Denver Colorado raccoon removal expert can remove the animal feces and contaminated material as well as trap the animal from the attic.

Information on raccoons and their life:

Size and Weight: 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 its eyes is its most characteristic and familiar feature. One hypothesis for the dark fur is that it may help reduce glare and enhance the nocturnal animal’s night vision. The species has grayish brown fur, almost 90% of which is dense underfur to insulate the animal against the cold. Five to eight light and dark rings alternate on its 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: 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.

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.

Denver Colorado Squirrel Removal by attic squirrel control and squirrel removal experts. Squirrel removal experts in the Denver Colorado Area. When you believe you have a squirrel issue in your home it is best to try to determine whether or not to call a squirrel removal specialist to inspect your property. Sometimes a squirrel will find its way in the your attic or chimney area.

Squirrels feed on small insects, roots, tree bark, leaves and acorns. It can be noted that when you give a certain type of squirrel tree bark for him to chew, the little guy would just flatly ignore it. Don’t feel bad because some Squirrel species do not have stomachs that break down cellulose .

One famous relative of theirs, the flying squirrel  has a special stretchy skin called the patagium that extends and helps the animal glide through the air. When it takes its jump, scientists report that it could daringly take the plunge from 150 feet. Flying squirrel removal is also available.

Denver Colorado Snake Removal  by snake control and snake removal professionals in Alabama.

If you are bitten by a snake : 
First thing is was the snake venomous? If you know you have been bitten by a harmless snake in Denver Colorado, it will save you much stress and eliminate the need for treatment. Many people are bitten by harmless snakes each year and experience nothing but small scratches that readily heal. If you are certain a venomous snake was involved, get to the nearest hospital or medical facility as quickly as possible. If possible, notify them ahead of time via telephone of your situation. This gives the physician time to prepare and call the nearest poison information center for advice. 

As In Denver Colorado Snakes are in every state of our country. you will at one time or more in your life run across them, whether in your garden, garage or even in your home.

Eastern Rat snakes are one of my favorite snakes just because they are so fascinating. For one thing they don’t need the sun to metabolize their foods. this means that they don’t have to be out in the sun to digest their meals. they hang out in crawl spaces and even attics for months at a time where other snakes would need to come and go.

So its no wonder that in Denver Colorado I am called on most of my reptile calls to remove them.

Copperhead Snakes or Agkistrodon Contortrix
Theses snakes can vary in color from grey to Brown Cross bands to light brown variations.
When Copperhead snakes are born (alive, and not from eggs) they look like adults except for the yellowish or greenish tail coloration.


Copperhead Habitat:  Most copperhead snakes prefer open Rocky Woodland , Rock Edges, and open grassland near woodland outcrops. Copperheads blend in tremendously with most leaf litter. In the Summer(Hot) Months Copperheads become nocturnal. In Spring and Fall they are often found on Wooded Hilltop Rock Outcrops with a southern exposure in
Denver Colorado.


Mother Copperhead snakes typically give birth from August to October depending the area or state they live in, and they give live birth and not from eggs.
Food consists of insects, frogs, toads, lizards,small birds, other snake and they love rodents.

Prairie Rattlesnake: Crotalus Viridus
a Pitt Viper Snake, Has one of the largest rattles of most if rattlesnakes. Dark Gray or Brown Blotches, Head body and tail are greenish gray to brown. Tails bands are similar color to body blotches, belly grayish white. youth looks similar to adults.
Habitat: Rocky Canyon or open prairies with abundant small wildlife that burrow to feed upon. They are burrow explorer experts.
in Spring and fall they prefer south facing hillsides with large rock outcrops.
Summer months they become nocturnal exploring the grasslands and prairies for food such as lizards, mice, rats, chipmunks, gophers, prairie dogs and other smaller snakes.

Pigmy Rattlesnake:
Western Diamond Back Rattlesnake:
The Western Diamond Back Rattlesnake is considered one of the largest rattlesnake in the U.S.A .These Pit vipers are dangerous to livestock, pets and human.
Size ranges for 10 inches to 60 inches (that’s five feet long) These awesome snake are born alive and not from eggs. their venom is a hemotoxic venom that attacks the blood system

Eastern Diamond Back Rattlesnake:
The Eastern Diamond Back Rattlesnake is the largest rattlesnake found in the U.S.A .These Pit vipers are dangerous to livestock, pets and human.
Size ranges for 10 inches to 8 feet in length and weighing in at around 10 pounds. These awesome snake are born alive and not from eggs. their venom is a hemotoxic venom that attacks the blood system
You can find theses pit vipors around dry pine, Flatwoods, Pine leaf litter, and Coastal Scrub or brush areas.

Water Moccasin Snake: Venomous
Coral Snake: Venomous
Timber Rattlesnake: Venomous
Massasaugas Rattlesnake : Venomous

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Denver Colorado Opossum Removal by animal removal or opossum control in Denver Colorado can handle any possum issue you may be dealing with including trapping the animal and removing it. When you believe you have a animal control issue in your home it is best to try to determine whether or not to call a opossum removal specialist to inspect your property. Sometimes a possum will find its way in the your attic or chimney area.

Opossum also have been found living under homes and business crawlspace and decks or outbuildings.

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

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We also provide:

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Raccoon Control 304-395-1400 Charleston West Virginia – Animal Control- Wildlife Removal

Raccoons found in Charleston West Virginia have become urbanized; which means they have lost the fear of humans and have begun to find our homes as suitable living conditions for their own offspring. Raccoons have found that an attic space is a great place to do so.

If you are dealing with raccoon trapping issues, raccoons in the attic, raccoon removal, pest raccoon problems, raccoon control, coon removal, raccoon under the deck, raccoon in the chimney, raccoon in the house, raccoon  in the crawlspace or even noises in the attic call The Wildlife Professionals to help!

Our technicians are licensed in wild animal removal and humane trapping practices and can offer viable solutions to your raccoon or animal conflict.

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Raccoons are round, fuzzy creatures with bushy tails and a black mask of fur that covers their eye area. These animals may look like cute, cuddly bandits, but they can be quite fearsome when approached.
Size
Raccoons are about as big as small dogs. They grow to about 23 to 37 inches (60 to 95 centimeters) and weigh 4 to 23 lbs. (1.8 to 10.4 kilograms), according to National Geographic.
Habitat
Raccoons are found in North and Central America, Europe and Japan. They are very adaptable, so they live in a wide range of climates and habitats. They typically make homes, called dens, in trees or caves, though they will also make homes in barns, abandoned vehicles and other man-made locations, according to New Hampshire Public Television.
Though raccoons are more than happy to make human areas their homes, they can be vicious when approached by humans. Humans should be particuarlly cautious of approaching raccoons because they are common carriers of rabies, roundworms and leptospirosis, according to The Human Society. Most experts do not recommend having a raccoon as a pet.
Habits
Raccoons are not very social creatures. They are nocturnal and sleep during the day. During the winter, they tend to sleep more, but they do not hibernate in the traditional sense. They simply sleep while their bodies live off stored fat. They lose around 50 percent of their body weight during the winter, according to the University of Michigan’s聽Animal Diversity Web(ADW).
Though these animals look like the outlaws of the outdoors, raccoons are very clean creatures. They are known to wash their food in streams and even dig latrines in areas they frequent regularly.
Diet
As omnivores, raccoons eat vegetation and meat. The vegetation in their diet consists of cherries, apples, acorns, persimmons, berries, peaches, citrus fruits, plums, wild grapes, figs, watermelons, beech nuts, corn and walnuts. When it comes to meat, raccoons consume more invertebrates than vertebrates, according to the ADW. Some of the raccoon鈥檚 favorite animal treats are frogs, fish, crayfish, insects, rodents and bird eggs. When food is scarce, raccoons aren above scavenging human trash or eating roadkill.

Offspring
Baby raccoons are called kits or cubs and are usually born in the early summer. Females have one to seven offspring after a gestation period of 60 to 73 days. As a group, a mother and her baby raccoons are called a nursery.
For the first two months of their lives, babies live in their den and are weened at 7 to 16 weeks. At 12 weeks, they will start to roam away from their mothers for whole nights at a time, according to the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. They become completely independent at 8 to 12 months of age. Raccoons live around 2 to 3 years in the wild.
Conservation status
According to the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), the pygmy raccoon is critically endangered. The pygmy raccoon may have fewer than 250 mature individuals left in the wild, and the IUCN estimates that the total population size, including juveniles, is only 323 to 955. Other raccoon populations are not currently endangered.
Other facts
Raccoons can run up to 15 mph (24 km/h) and can fall 35 to 40 feet (11 to 12 meters) without injury, according to the ADW.
Raccoons are considered one of the primary carriers of the rabies virus in the United States, though only one person has ever died from a raccoon to human transmission of the disease, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
One theory is that the black mask around a raccoon eyes helps deflect glare and helps with night vision, according to PBS Nature.

Charleston, WV Pet Waste Removal 304-395-1400 Poop Scoop services

It’s that time of year again. From firing up the grill to kids playing in the yard and the last thing you want is to deal with is the pest waste or dog poop left in the yard also referred to as land mines.

Although we are a wildlife removal company in Charleston, WV; we also provide pet waste management for our areas. We offer dog waste management, pooper scooper service, disposal of pet waste, yard clean up, Dog waste, pet waste, pet waste professional, pet waste service, waste service, dog waste removal, pet waste removal, Goose poop Removal, goose waste disposal,

Our pet waste removal is handled with biodegradable bags and the pet waste is disposed in designated landfills for decomposition.

We have been providing services in Charleston, WV since 2010 and are dedicated to excellence in our performance to our clients.

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Our pet waste department will be starting services on 4/15/2016 please call in advanced to secure your place in our routes for pest waste removal.

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