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Thank you for your interest in American Wildlife Removal! We specialize in the humane capture and removal of nuisance animals in a knowledgeable and professional manner. We have been in business since 1988 in Bethel, and are State Licensed in Connecticut to perform the work we do. We operate a full-service Bethel nuisance wildlife control company, and with our full house/grounds inspection, we can offer solutions to prevent animal problems in the future.
When we do a home inspection for animals, we will be able to tell you what the problem is. With a complete understanding of the animals we work with, we can quickly and easily identify which animals are causing the problem and exactly where the animals are gaining entry. With our expertise and vast awareness of wildlife, we work efficiently, solving your wildlife problem as quickly as possible.
We service Bethel and the surrounding counties; and because of our knowledge, professionalism, and great reputation, we are highly recommended by many state, city, and local municipalities.
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These bats are small, with a wingspan of 8 inches, and a weight of less than half an ounce.
NUISANCE CONCERNS: The primary concern involves large colonies.
The poo and pee out of the same hole. Since many people ask me, I have posted some photos of what snake poop looks like.
They emit high-pitched chirps and read the sonar-like returns of the sound waves as they bounce back off of objects.
They sleep in roosts during the daytime, and emerge at dusk.
Non Venomous snakes use constriction to subdue their prey.
This virus affects the immune system, mainly the nervous system very quickly.
Many snakes have distinct stripes or patterning.
They smell with their tongues, by flicking the forked tongue out and tasting the air with the Jacobson's organ.
Though in very few cases symptoms are seen immediately, in many instances it is not recognizable for even months. These cases usually result in death.
The combination of their urine, droppings, birthing debris, and decayed food scraps are known to cause unsightly leaks in the walls and ceilings, unbearable odors inside the home, and upper respiratory illnesses.
Contact a professional wildlife management technician for positive identification.
The Mexican Free-Tail Bat Tadarida brasiliensis is common in the south.
They mate in October, before winter hibernation, and after a delayed fertilization and a 60 day gestation, give birth to one or two baby bats in early June.
Regardless the method of capture, the prey is consumed whole.
There are even a predator urine which causes a bad odour is also used.
BAT BEHAVIOR: Bats are nocturnal.
They bite the prey and quickly wrap themselves around it.
Young are born in June, and can fly by August.
Raccoons invade your yard or home in search of food.
What makes them so dangerous is not just the kinds of toxins that they can emit, but also the effect that toxin can have on its victim.
The Rabies virus is called a Neurotropic Virus.
But these are not too effective as the mother raccoon might choose to bear the odor in order to raise her pups in a safe place.
Bats, being a protected species, must be handled by trained professionals like our team.
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