Wild Animal Removal
Wild Animal Removal
Problem animals and rodents can cause significant damage to structures and property. Wild Animals pose serious health risks to people and domestic animals when they spread zoonotic diseases. Our certified Wildlife Control Agents, specialize in safe wildlife removal. The safest and most humane removal methods are used to remove animals and prevent damage to property. Only licensed and qualified professionals should attempt to remove, handle, or trap problem wildlife.
Animal Removal Methods
Methods Include live trapping, physical capture, one-way devices, bat cones, colony traps and more. For long-term prevention, wildlife exclusion also known as animal or rodent proofing is a proven method for sealing wild animals out of a structure. Our animal removal specialists will implement the best management practices for every type of wild animal situation.
- Squirrels (Gray, Flying and Red Squirrels)
- Groundhogs (aka Woodchucks)
- Pest Birds
Although very beneficial to nature, bats can pose serious health risks when they enter buildings or come in contact with people, domestic animals and pets.
Ultra Safe’s Wildlife Management Division can prevent bats from entering homes and buildings without causing harm to the bats. If bats have already entered a structure we can extract or remove the bats safely and then perform a long-term bat exclusion. The goal of our bat services is to help preserve bats while protecting people and domestic animals.
*If you suspect that bats have entered your home or building call our Wild Animal Removal Professionals right away! We are available 24/7
for Bat Proofing, Exclusion and removal!
Squirrels are typically active during the day with peak activity in the morning and late afternoon. If you hear sounds of scurrying in the walls or attic or observe other signs of squirrels entering a structure, contact our licensed squirrel control specialists to inspect and solve the problem asap. Squirrels can cause a great deal of damage in short amount of time.
To avoid contact and/or a possible wildlife bite, always have a professional handle any squirrel removal. There are many important steps needed to prevent and control squirrel activity inside a home or building. All existing squirrels will be trapped, removed or allowed to exit via one-way devices before performing the final squirrel proofing of entry points.
Flying Squirrel Removal
Many people are unaware that Flying Squirrels even exist in Massachusetts. This is because Flyers are nocturnal and are rarely seen by people. They are the smallest of the three species with Flyers being slightly larger than adult mice. We offer long-term prevention, removal and exclusion services for Flying Squirrels.
Raccoons are among the most problematic of all nuisance wild animal species. They eat a wide range of food and will take advantage of accessible trash whenever possible. Raccoons do not hibernate, but they do live in dens and become less active during the colder months of the year. Raccoons are also a major host of rabies in the U.S., especially here in Massachusetts where their populations are on the rise again. Raccoon feces can contain dangerous sometimes deadly organisms like raccoon roundworm.
The combination of food and potential shelter, often bring problem raccoons dangerously close to people and domestic animals. Homes and buildings with chimneys, attics, porches, sheds, basements and other areas can provide a perfect winter den for Raccoons. These animals are very powerful with strong hands and fingers. Problem raccoons often cause significant damage when they enter a structure.
Raccoon damage often continues once the animal gets inside. Soiled insulation along with damaged vents and heating and cooling equipment are common areas that raccoons can damage once inside.
If a raccoon has entered a home or building, it should be addressed right away. This will minimize the risk of any human-wildlife conflict. Raccoons can cause serious damage around homes and buildings, especially when they try to enter through soffits, attics or chimneys.
Raccoon Prevention Tips
Secure your garbage and compost- Raccoons will happily raid garbage cans and compost heaps. Make sure garbage is kept in tightly closed containers. Take out trash on the morning of pick-up instead of the night before. Keep compost in secure vented containers to prevent access to this attractive food source. These practices prevent artificial feeding of raccoons and also makes your area less attractive to them.
Do not feed or try to approach raccoons. Raccoons are wild animals and feeding, whether directly or indirectly, may cause them to lose their fear of people. Raccoons which become (used to people) may approach humans expecting food or attention. This can become a dangerous situation and create human-wildlife conflict.
Feed pets indoors
Do not put pet food outdoors under any circumstances. Pet food left outdoors inadvertently feeds a variety of wildlife including raccoons. Attracting animals to frequent a particular area can cause the spread of disease from raccoons to other wildlife and domestic animals or pets.
Hire a Professional
Raccoons can be dangerous animals to come in contact with. Only qualified wildlife professionals should attempt to remove, handle, or trap problem raccoons. Our goal is to address the problem animal and implement an exclusion plan to prevent future wildlife conflict.
Share this information with your family, friends and neighbors! Your personal efforts may be not be enough if friends or neighbors are providing raccoons and other wildlife with food and shelter.
Skunks are found throughout most of Massachusetts, except for the Elizabeth Islands and Nantucket.
They are highly adaptable and use a variety of habitats including fields, open woodlands, wetlands, beaches, salt marshes, and agricultural areas, as well as urban and suburban developments.
Preventing Conflicts with Skunks
Skunks, like many other wild animals, can thrive in suburban and urban areas. To avoid problems with skunks and to make your property less attractive to them, you should follow some basic rules.
Remain calm when encountering a skunk Should you encounter a skunk, speak softly and move away in order to give it room to leave. Once you back away, the skunk will no longer feel threatened and will move off.
Secure your garbage Skunks will raid open trash materials and compost piles. Secure your garbage in tough plastic containers with tight fitting lids and keep in secure buildings when possible. Take out trash the morning pick up is scheduled, not the previous night. Keep compost piles in containers designed to contain but vent the material.
Feed pets indoors Outdoor feeding attracts skunks and other types of wild animals to your door!
Eliminate Access Crawl spaces, porches and sheds- Skunks will use such areas for nesting and raising young. Close shed and garage doors at night, Ultra Safe is equipped to install heavy duty wire mesh in the ground and/or behind lattice to keep skunks and other animals from digging under porches and sheds.
Protect your pet from being sprayed Always turn on a flood light and check your yard for skunks before letting your dog out at night.
Keep bird feeder areas clean Use feeders designed to keep seed off the ground as the seeds can attracts skunks. Remove feeders if skunks are seen regularly around your yard.
Educate your neighbors Pass this information along since your efforts could be futile if neighbors are purposely or unintentionally providing food or shelter for skunks.
Skunk Control and Removal Services
We treat each wildlife case individually. Only qualified professionals should attempt to remove, handle, or trap problem skunks. Our goal is to address the problem animal in question and implement a plan of action to prevent future conflict.
Pest Bird Removal
Ultra Safe Pest Management is a Bird Barrier certified company!. Our specially trained technicians can assist with any type of pest bird related activity.
In Massachusetts, pest birds can cause significant damage to structures and other property. In addition to property damage, bird droppings and related debris can be harmful and even spread viruses to exposed people. Pest birds also contribute to the spread of bird mites and fleas.
Bird Control Control Services
- Bird Netting, Bird Proofing & Exclusion
- Deterrent Devices and repellents
- Installation of Bird Barriers
- Bird Dropping and Debris Cleaning
*The pest birds we commonly control are Pigeons, Starlings and Sparrows.
Call today to speak to one of our Bird Removal & Exclusion Specialists!