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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 Madison, and are State Licensed in Connecticut to perform the work we do. We operate a full-service Madison 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 Madison 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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Some kill by venom, some by constriction.
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.
This isn’t just in North America, but is the only one worldwide. It is found in the southeastern part of the United States, but many have seen this snake reach to parts of the Gulf of Mexico.
They can also carry fleas, ticks, lice, mites, and more that can spread through the home.
They then feast on flying insects, primarily moths and beetles.
After a while they get full and head back to the roost in order to rest.
Most venomous species in the U.S. are a type of pit viper, including copperheads and rattlesnakes.
The sound of a human voice is very effective in driving raccoons away.
Bat excrement can be harmful to your health.
In fact, it is the most destructive and powerful cytotoxin of any snake on earth.
These reptiles live in the water and hide in the brush or in the water itself waiting for potential victims to arrive.
The pit vipers have a triangular shaped head, a prominent pit between eye and nostril and elliptical pupils.
They bite the prey and quickly wrap themselves around it.
Cottonmouth snakes will eat virtually anything that they can fit into their mouth, but will kill any animal that they see as a threat.
The bites of venomous snakes, however, can be lethal if not treated immediately.
BAT BEHAVIOR: Bats are nocturnal.
I've seen adults cowering up on chairs, shaking.
Though less than 1% of bats carry the rabies virus and transmit it, it is difficult to say if a colony of bats that is residing in the house has it or not.
There are four different kinds of toxins that a snake can inject into its victim, including neurotoxins, cardiotoxins, hemotoxins, and cytotoxins.
Snakes are cold-blooded animals, which is why they sun in the warmer months and go into hibernation during the colder.
To help keep body temperatures from dropping too low, sometimes snakes will even hibernate in dens together, thus sharing the limited heat available.
Snakes have several different ways to kill prey.
The waste has a foul odor, but it can also grow fungal spores that people can breathe in, leading to the lung disease Histoplasmosis.
I must reiterate that this is a directory of professional nuisance wildlife companies who have met my quality guidelines, and every company charges different rates.
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