We're passionate about preserving and protecting animals, and we're committed to doing so in a humane and effective way. Our capture processes are designed to specifically target the animal causing the issue, without causing harm to any other animals in the area.
If you have squirrels in your attic, we use specialized traps placed directly at the entry points they use to access your home. Our team works around the clock, every day of the week, to ensure that no animal is left to suffer in a cage.
We also offer dead animal removal services, which can be crucial for addressing unpleasant odors caused by deceased animals. Whether it's a rat in a wall, a squirrel that's fallen down a chimney, or a raccoon in your attic, we'll locate and remove the carcass, providing much-needed relief from the smell.
Overall, our mission is to provide efficient and effective wildlife management while always treating animals humanely.
The Eastern Gray Squirrel is a common intruder inside Pennsylvania homes, especially in attics. With two litters per year, people often hear the scurrying of young squirrels in their attics in September or March. As rodents, squirrels love to gnaw on woodwork and electrical wiring, which can cause damage and create fire hazards. We specialize in trapping, removal, and total 'squirrel-proofing' of your home to prevent future infestations. With our expertise, you can have peace of mind that your home will be protected from squirrels and the damage they can cause.
Raccoons, known for their distinctive black mask and ringed tail, can cause a wide variety of problems for homeowners. With their strength and agility, they can easily tip over garbage cans or pry their way into houses, including attics. In some cases, a female raccoon with babies may enter an attic, which can lead to more significant damage. While raccoons may seem cute, they can be highly destructive. We specialize in the humane trapping and relocation of raccoons, taking extra care to find and remove any baby raccoons in the process. Let us help you keep your property safe from these potential intruders.
Opossums are fascinating creatures with unique features, including a prehensile tail, opposable thumbs, and the ability to play dead. As marsupials, they give birth to tiny young that grow in a pouch. However, opossums can also cause problems for homeowners by eating garbage and pet food and making their homes under sheds or in attics. At A Wildlife Pro, we offer professional solutions to address opossum problems. If you're dealing with unwanted opossums on your property, give us a call to see how we can help.
Skunks are well-known for their black and white appearance and potent odor. They often take up residence under sheds and decks, causing problems with their distinct scent. Additionally, skunks are known for digging holes in yards while searching for grubs. With over 16 years of experience working with Pennsylvania wildlife, we specialize in expert and humane skunk removal and control. If you have a skunk problem, we can help.
Groundhogs are known for their digging skills, creating tunnels and burrows underground with five or more entrances that can extend up to 50 feet in distance. These burrows also serve as their hibernation spot. Groundhogs are typically active during the day, foraging in fields and gardens. If left uncontrolled, their digging can cause damage to properties, foundations and gardens.
Pigeons, starlings, and grackles are the most common nuisance birds in Southeast Pennsylvania. One of the most common bird control problems is dealing with messy pigeon roosts on or inside commercial buildings. At A Wildlife Pro, we specialize in installing deterrents, such as bird spikes and netting, to prevent birds from roosting. If you're tired of dealing with pigeon droppings all over your property, give us a call. We can help keep these birds away for good.
While most snakes are not venomous, it's always best to err on the side of caution if you come across one. Pennsylvania is home to several species of venomous snakes, and bites can occur when people try to catch or handle them. If you ever come across a snake and are unsure of the species, it's best to leave it alone. At our company, we have the professional equipment necessary to safely remove unwanted snakes from both indoor and outdoor areas, ensuring the safety of both you and the snake.
The Little Brown Myotis is the most common bat species that colonizes in Pennsylvania. These bats have a tendency to live in home attics and can form large maternal colonies. While bats are beneficial animals that consume many insects, they can create a huge mess inside buildings with their droppings (guano), which can cause health issues in humans. We specialize in humane bat control, ensuring the safety and preservation of these winged wonders.
In Northeast PA, foxes thrive in varied habitats like forests, fields, and suburban areas. They're adaptable omnivores, preying on small mammals, birds, and insects while also consuming fruits and vegetables. While fascinating to observe from afar, having foxes in your yard can pose risks. They may dig dens under structures, potentially causing damage. Additionally, they can transmit diseases like rabies to pets and humans. Contact us, and we'll assist in removing them from your yard.
Snapping turtles are common in Northeast Pennsylvania and are known for their aggressive behavior and powerful jaws. They typically inhabit freshwater bodies like ponds, lakes, and streams, preferring areas with muddy bottoms where they can bury themselves. During nesting season, which typically occurs in late spring to early summer, female snapping turtles seek out loose soil to lay their eggs, often showing up in near-by backyards. Don't hesitate to call us for assistance in keeping your property safe from these potential intruders.