Our Wild Animal Control Specialists Are Here to Help
When you need professional wildlife pest control and humane wildlife removal, Terminix Canada is here to help. In short, wildlife varies greatly in Canada, with 26 species of snakes and more than 20 different kinds of squirrels. That’s not even mentioning our night-time furry friends like opossums and raccoons. If you’re struggling with wild animal control, it’s helpful to determine just what pest you’re dealing with, so we can tailor our humane wildlife control and wild animal removal techniques to them. But don’t worry, whether you’re looking for wildlife skunk removal or you’re wondering how to get rid of squirrels in your backyard, Terminix Canada will devise a unique solution that is both affordable and effective.
With a variety of wild animals seeking refuge in homes all across Canada year-round, Terminix Canada’s humane wildlife control services are as cunning as the animals we eliminate. Our wildlife animal control specialists take pride in practicing the most humane techniques in wildlife removal to eradicate your pest problem safely and stop them from coming back.
Common Wildlife In Canada
Size: 6 to 10 cm long, wingspan of up to 27 cm.
Colour: Varies from reddish-brown to dark brown.
Behaviour: Preferring dark and dry spaces, bats often inhabit attics, basements and chimneys. They can squeeze through narrow spaces effortlessly. Eating beetles, moths, mosquitoes and more, bats are one of the few mammals known to feed on blood. Bats possess the unique ability to see through echolocation, in which they emit high-frequency sounds to analyze the location of objects based on bouncing sound waves.
Size: Up to 55 cm in length.
Colour: Grey fur with brown, red or black shades.
Behaviour: Similar to freeloading friends, once an opossum has settled in and is comfortable in your space, they are very difficult to remove. They are normally solitary and nomadic and make their homes near food.
Size: Up to 95 cm.
Colour: Grey to reddish-brown, with black rings around their bushy tails and faces.
Behaviour: Raccoons’ front paws work in a similar way to human hands. This allows them to climb, dig and lift things with ease. They use over 200 sounds to communicate effectively with each other. These sounds consist of screeching, chirping, chittering, grunting, groaning and snarls.
Frequently Asked Questions
How Terminix Canada Wild Animal Control Works
On your initial service, we’ll hunt high and low for wildlife, documenting our findings in a comprehensive inspection.
After inspecting and investigating your wildlife problem, Terminix Canada devises a unique and humane wildlife control plan that includes permanent wildlife pest control solutions to prevent wildlife returning.
If wildlife comes back to your home, so will we. Our custom wildlife control techniques adapt with the seasons to address seasonal wildlife activity in your area.
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Find your nearest local pest control expert today. With more than 30 branches across 10 Canadian provinces, you can count on Terminix Canada.