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ARLINGTON HEIGHTS
847 - 259 - 5587
HINSDALE / OAKBROOK
630 - 286 - 7999
CARY / MCHENRY
847 - 516 - 9934
CHICAGO
773 - 347 - 2244
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Animal Info
Raccoons

Raccoons are one of the most well-known irritating critters. At the same time they are capable, adaptable, intelligent and very talented animal. They have very agile hands and with the help of that it can climb easily and break into houses. They are fearless and thus commonly come into conflict with humans in urban settings.

Squirrels

Squirrel is incredibly nimble and simply and their favourite spot is the attic of people’s home and keep grinding its way inside. Squirrels have two litters of young per year, they safely raise young ones in your attic. Once inside, these rodents, like all rodents, will often chew on wood and wires, not to mention the noise they make running around up there.

Opossom

We can find this everywhere in Chicago. These marsupials are usually calm and slow. However, several aspects of their behavior bring them into conflict with people. First of all, as hunters, they frequently get into peoples pet food and garbage. Secondly, they frequently enter attics here in Florida - and once inside, they really make a mess! Third, they dont live very long, and they seem to prefer to die inside an attic or wall or under a house, so they are my most common carcass removal.

Armadillo

Armadillos are unusual creatures, and like all of the animals on this list, they don't mean any harm and are usually gentle, but they have a real excavating practice, and this often causes fights with people. Armadillos often choose to make a warren next to or under a home or other cover. They also dig under paths, cabins, decks. They dig worms and victuals out of the ground, and can often smashup a person's nice restructuring while in pursuit of food.

Rats

Rats are probably the single most commonly dealt with nuisance animal here in Chicago. Male rats are called bucks, unmated females are called does, pregnant or parent females are called dams, and infants are called kittens or pups. A group of rats is either referred to as a pack or a mischief. "True rats" are members of the genusRattus, the most important of which to humans are the black rat, Rattus rattus, and the brown rat, Rattus norvegicus. They usually enter merely for warmth and shelter, but also for food. Once inside, they make a lot of scurrying and scratching noises, but they also chew on wires, defecate and urinate everywhere, and often enter the home and raid the pantry. They are nocturnal, and amazingly fast and agile.

Mice

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Skunk

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Moles

Moles are a small mammals that are most well-known for living in tunnels underground. Moles are commonly found in Europe, Asia, South Africa and North America although there are oddly no moles inhabiting Ireland. They dig through the soil with their powerful claws, and people often object to the surface tunnels that they create - including the numerous feeding tunnels that they dig while searching out earthworms, grubs, and other insects.

Ferals

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Birds

The most common pest bird in the wildlife control industry is the pigeon, as seen to the left. Pigeons are common in urban areas, and live very well in conjunction with people. They often roost in public areas, such as on building ledges, beams, and store signs. Pigeons are also bred for meat, generally called squab and harvested from young birds. Pigeons grow to a very large size in the nest before they are fledged and able to fly, and in this stage of their development (when they are called squabs) they are prized as food. They also frequently live in attics, and we often deal with groups of pigeons living in the attics of homes, condos, and apartment buildings.

Bats

Bats are amazing creatures, and are my favorite animals to deal with. Bats represent about 20% of all classified mammal species worldwide, with about 1,240 bat species divided into two suborders. Many superstitions and misconceptions surround this peaceful and beneficial animal. The irritation bats that we deal with are always settling bats - usually a maternity group of females, roosting together in a large group inside a building.

Snakes

Snakes are not terribly common, and the simple way to avoid conflict is to stay away when you see one of these species. Many species of snakes have skulls with many more joints than their lizard ancestors, enabling them to swallow prey much larger than their heads with their highly mobile jaws. The rest should be enjoyed and admired, or at least not treated with fear and disdain. The general rule for any snake: just leave it alone!

Dead

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Others

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