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If you have been hearing attic noises, skunk odor creeping its way into your home or an animal living in your chimney, it can be intrusive and truly frightening. Aside from that, nuisance wildlife in your home can cause serious damage and even pose a serious threat to you, your family and even pets. Attempting to get rid of unwanted wildlife yourself can not only be dangerous and illegal, it can also really complicate the problem. Animals that have had failed attempts at capture, almost always learn the working of a trap and will never enter one again. If they do, they usually get pretty good at stealing the bait right out of the trap without setting it off. If you are looking for a wildlife removal company near you, we are your complete resource to MI wildlife removal solutions, information and wildlife control companies near you in Michigan.

Michigan Raccoon Removal
Michigan Skunk Removal
Michigan Squirrel Removal
Michigan Bat Removal

Common Michigan Nuisance Wildlife Situations

Chimney Animals: Animals living in a chimney are typically the result of having an uncapped chimney that is either near branches or on a home that is frequented with animals. Common situations for Michigan wildlife in chimneys is raccoons and raccoon mother with litters of babies denning in the spring, squirrels that have fallen down the chimney and are unable to climb back up, birds that have fallen down and are unable to fly up the chimney, chimney swifts which are able to fly out once reaching adult size, bat colonies roosting inside of the chimney and we have even encountered a duck that had fell into the chimney and sadly died.Animal removal from chimneys will vary in methods from animal to animal. Raccoons are usually either fished out by hand or if the correct time of the year they areevicted with a hormone treatment, squirrels can typically be scared into running up a rope that has been dropped down the chimney, birds that can not fly must be hand removed, and chimney swifts and bats must be removed with a one way valve once the young are able to fly. Of course with all wildlife removal situations there is no one set method for any means of removal since wildlife is unpredictable and will not always work with the removal method of choice.

Attic AnimalsWildlife inside of attics is one of the most common situations in terms of wildlife creating issues with Michigan homeowners. Attic spaces are generally left alone, which makes wildlife comfortable in making entry and feeling safe. Ultimately wildlife seek out places to den that are safe from predators and elements. Attic animals typically consist of raccoons, squirrels, birds and bats. Raccoons tear up and crush insulation, leave large entry holes where they enter that will also allow rain inside and they leave large amounts of parasitic (raccoon round worm) feces throughout the attic space as well. Luckily raccoon damage restorationis typically covered by homeowners insurance policies. Squirrels inside of attics can gnaw wires which can and do cause home and business fires, they can also crush insulation and create nests inside of the attic. Unfortunately most insurance policies do not cover squirrel damages since they are rodents. Michigan bats in attics can really create big problems. Not only does their guano smell pungent and cause the ceiling to weaken as the poop accumulates, it also carries histoplasmosis spores that can cause lung disease. Homeowners insurance policies will vary on what is covered for homes infested with bats. Some policies will cover the droppings removal and attic clean out services along with sealing up the home and others will only cover the bat guano removal. Birds in the attic also present disease with their poop as well as bird mites, the real issue with birds is the amount of nesting accumulation they can create in small periods of time. Bird nesting removal is absolutely necessary to keep attic insulation functioning as well as preventing mold growth from the moisture the nesting material holds, bird mite infestations and the inevitable accumulation of dead birds in the attic.

Wildlife Under Stoop and DecksAnimals under decks and stoops in Michigan can create numerous incidents that can really be a problem. The worst problems that nuisance wildlife create under a deck or a stoop is skunks spraying, raccoons accumulating piles of feces and animals dying underneath, thus needing extraction. To clear up the difference between the two, typically a deck will be built over an existing stoop, so the animals living under the deck are actually living under the stoop unless the deck is very low to the ground and tightly enclosed. When a skunk is underneath and sprays, the concrete being porous as it is, will soak up the molecules drawing them into the home. Usually heat or moisture will activate these odors hence the reason they enhance when heat or air conditioning is turned on.Raccoon feces as mentioned earlier carries parasites that can be extremely harmful and even fatal to people and pets, but even more so children. Dead animals under stoops are quite labor intensive when removing the carcass. Removing the dead animal usually requires lots of digging and when the stoop is under the deck,removal of the dead animal under decks also requires removing deck boards to access the stoop. In these situations the difficulty does not stop there as access to dig under the stoop is not easy with the structure of the deck prohibiting access. Opossums, skunks and raccoons are all common animals that look to stoops as comfortable places to die.

Michigan

Michigan

Michigan is the Midwestern U.S state that borders four of the great lakes; lake Erie, lake Michigan, lake Huron and lake superior. It is the 10th most populous of the fifty U.S states and its capital is Lansing. Detroit is the largest city and heart of Michigan, holding the seat of U.S auto industry. Michigan is famed for its many public golf courses, lighthouses, and registered boats as compared to any other state in the U.S.

History of Michigan

In the early 17th century, French invaded Michigan and colonized the Native American tribes who had settled by then. During the French and Indian war in 1762, France was defeated and the land came under the British rule. The American revolutionary war saw British defeated and the newly independent U.S came in power. Michigan territory was eventually formed in 1805. It stood the test of time till 1837 when it was admitted into the union as the 26th state. From this very instant, Michigan has been progressively growing and currently it’s an important industrial center serving the four lakes region.

Michigan is one popular immigrant destination which has developed such a diverse economy. It is home to three premier automobile companies with its headquarters located in Detroit metropolitan area. Michigan consist of 2 peninsulas; the lower and upper peninsula. The two are separated by the straits of Mackinac; 8 km channel joining Lake Huron to Lake Michigan.

The Upper Peninsula is sparsely populated but economically important due to its abundance of natural features and resources making it a great tourist destination. The Lower Peninsula, on the other hand, is home to high-tech industries and a center of processing, services and manufacturing firms.

Things to do in MI

Michigan State has many cities with incredible fun and adventurous activities to do. Henry Ford museum is one place you can’t afford to miss. The Dymaxion, for example, has more to offer than just an exhibition; from farming equipment, trains, cars, furniture to jewelry, it really has got something for everyone. This museum is a legacy on its own; the demonstration on some of the manufacturing and assembly process is a great marvel. Every minute spent here is quite educative. A visit to Henry Ford Museum is simply irresistible!

Greenfield village houses the largest indoor-outdoor museum and historic complexes in Michigan. It offers a full representation of America’s rich culture and history. This village contains some of the real & ancient factories and houses that famous people have worked and lived in. Most of these structures were disassembled & brought from their original locations and reassembled in the Greenfield village. Here you will find the houses or factories of the Wright brothers, Thomas Edison, Daniel Webster, Stephen foster and Henry ford.

What you can do in this state is simply endless; you can take a ride to the Comerica Park and catch a Tiger game as one of our great day activities. Around the museum are first-class restaurants, bars and rest houses. Detroit Zoo is another big deal, spare part of your precious time to visit one of the best zoos in the U.S. If you need to explore some of the inspirational landmarks, Silent Night Memorial Chapel has got your back. This chapel is an authentic replica of Austria’s Oberndorf and stands as a tribute to God and world’s favorite Christmas carol.

Michigan has many eye-catching attractions that always capture our imaginations. From museums, lighthouses, zoos, wineries to water parks; this beauty of a state is inspiring, thrilling and a place worth spending your time.

Michigan squirrel removal

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Michigan Wildlife Control Services


Wildlife control in Michigan is a constant need. Wildlife and human populations in Michigan are both growing and as they grow, conflict between homeowners and nuisance wildlife is growing. We help mediate these situations so that humans and wildlife can live in harmony through humane methods. Wildlife control does not end when the animal trapping has been completed. Without wildlife exclusion, Michigan wildlife species are notorious for locating dens that have been previously occupied and moving right in. This is in large part to the odors that are left behind from blood, hair, urine, feces and even dead carcasses. Once the Michigan animal trapping process has been completed, animal proofing and wildlife exclusion must be done to ensure a permanent fix to the nuisance animal problem. This must always be done with materials that are stronger than what the animals tore through to enter the home. If the issue is animals under a deck or stoop, materials must be heavy duty wire or steel and put under ground at a minimum of 12-15 inches, preferably on an outward angle. We offer only the finest materials and expert wildlife exclusion services for all wildlife issues, both high and low. Contact one of our offices today to schedule an estimate.