Fayetteville Wildlife and Animal Removal

Pest Animal Removal Fayetteville - Wildlife Control

Welcome to Pest Animal Fayetteville! We are a wildlife removal company servicing Fayetteville, NC. We won't beat around the bush. Here's what you'll need to know if you hire us for your wildlife control and removal needs: 1 - We have over a decade of experiencing backing a friendly, family-run and operated business. 2 - We can deal with any and all wildlife problems you may encounter, including venomous snakes, large deer and coyotes, raccoons, opossums, rats and mice, birds, bats, and more. In fact, we pride ourselves on our ability to remove and relocate an entire thousand-plus-strong bat colony, without harming or killing a single individual bat in that colony. 3 - We always promise to use the very safest and most humane approaches to wild animal control. This means that we do not use poisons, even with rats, mice, and other rodents. 4 - We complete the entire job, from sniffing out the location of the animal(s) to repairing the damage they leave behind. We even clean up waste material and other contaminated or hazardous matter, and will ensure that all entry points are repaired and sealed to prevent re-entry. In short, we take care of everything that needs to be taken care of when you have a wild animal interloper trespassing on your property. Whether it's a huge bat colony in the attic or a skunk that could have died underneath the home, you can rely on our friendly, experienced, and fully-trained and licensed professionals to get the job done. Call us now at 910-401-3587 for your Fayetteville wildlife control needs.

About Pest Animal Fayetteville and Our Services:

Same-day or next-day appointments.

Thorough inspection of your property and attic.

Humane wildlife trapping and exclusion.

We repair wildlife damage and prevent re-entry.

We offer attic cleanup and sanitation services.

Specializing in wildlife only - no poisons.

Fully North Carolina licensed and insured.

Experts in North Carolina bat removal from buildings.

Fayetteville raccoon removal and skunk removal.

Fayetteville snake removal and prevention.

Fayetteville bird control services.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Our Service Range

Our Service Range

We service Cumberland County, Hoke County and more. We service Fayetteville, Ashley Heights, Bowmore, Dundarrach, Eastover, Falcon, Five Points, Fort Bragg, Godwin, Hope Mills, Linden, Pope Field, Raeford, Rockfish, Spring Lake, Stedman, Vander, and Wade.

Fayetteville Wildlife Removal Tip of the Month: Facts About the Flying Squirrel

Did you know that there is an animal called the Fayetteville flying squirrel? Although people gave it this name, it does not necessarily fly. All this squirrel does is glide. Is has a patagium that acts as a parachute while on the squirrel. When he squirrel senses danger and is running down the hill it just hops and opens up the patagium. This makes it possible for it to glide in the direction it feels like hence escapes the predator. The North Carolina squirrel uses its tails as a stabilizer and acts as the break. When landing it uses the same tail to lessen the speed, hence land without injuring itself.

Many people do not like it when they find out that there are North Carolina flying squirrels that live amongst themselves. This is because these small animals are not the best friends a man can have. One reason as to why we are saying this is because they can feed on almost anything that they come across in your house. These ranges from eggs to the small bread left overs that people do throw away after having a hearty meal. Keeping these animals at bay therefore becomes a major problem. One thing that you should know about these animals is that once they have notice that there is some food in your place, they will keep pestering you and coming to your homestead whenever they like. The sad thing with them is that they are very persistent. They will stop coming to your Fayetteville house and homestead once they are sure there is no food to be found at your place.

Many people who find it hard to bear with the Fayetteville squirrels find it easier trapping them and sending them to a faraway place. When they do so, they think that these animals will not find their way back to the house and continue feeding from there. Nevertheless, one thing that you should sure about animals is this, any animals, as long as it is live can find its way back to where it came from. It can be able to pick up its scent and follow it to the place where it needs to go. This means that even if you carry the squirrel to a faraway place and think that it will not come back, then you are mistaken. All you are doing is giving it a ride only for you to see it come back. If you want to know whether this is real, just place a mark on the North Carolina squirrel. It can be using either paint or any other tagging material.