How to Practice Humane Wildlife Control and Still Get Rid of the Critters

As urban sprawl claims more animals’ natural habitat, the need for humane wildlife control services continues to grow. Many animal species seek warmth, shelter, and safety in people’s attics and crawl spaces. These make great locations for raccoons or squirrels to hunker down for the winter, or to bear and raise their young. Unfortunately, these unwelcomed guests make noise, create messes, and can cause thousands of dollars in damages to structures they invade. Here are the three main steps to practicing humane wildlife control in your home. The first step in humane wildlife control is to identify the animals taking up residence in your attic or crawl space. Live traps allow the intruding creatures to be captured, alive and unharmed, so that they can be relocated to a more suitable environment. Most people would prefer that raccoons, squirrels, chipmunks, opossums, and the like not be killed if it isn’t necessary. Humane wildlife control companies typically take these animals to

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