Brazoria County, TX Wildlife Control Services

Licensed and Humane Wildlife Removal in Brazoria County Texas

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The Critter Squad Texas Wildlife Removal & Control

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The Critter Squad are a fully licensed and insured nuisance wildlife control company in Brazoria County TX and we specialize in resolving all types of conflicts with wildlife using the latest and most humane methods available. Our specialty is humanely removing wildlife from residential and commercial locations including, not only the removal of the animal(s) but also repairing the damage they may have caused. We wildlife proof the structure so the animals do not return in the future, full attic clean out, restorations and much more. Regardless of the issue in Brazoria County Texas, The Critter Squad can solve it! All of our work is 100% backed with a written GUARANTEE.

The Critter Squad are your local Brazoria County animal removal specialists in humanely removing animals and wildlife from your home and property. PERMANENTLY! The Critter Squad guarantees that once the offending animal is removed, they will not be able to return due to our exclusion process that eliminates access back into your home. We do not use poison or killing traps, thus eliminating the possibility of injuring your domestic pets. We currently serve Houston and the surrounding areas and are experts in removing animals from attics, chimneys, yards and buildings. We are licensed and have more experience than your backyard animal trapper. When Animal Happen in Texas, we got your back!

Servicing the entire area of Brazoria County County Texas



Let the babies go as well (put them in a box with heat), even if they are very young, and the mother raccoon will always come back for them and bring them to a new shelter. Keep in mind that a bat will avoid sunlight if at all possible. What to do with caught raccoon - You will either kill it or transport it somewhere else and release it (relocate it. I recommend the latter if it's legal, but if you must kill it, do so humanely. Diet: The raccoon is an omnivorous and opportunistic eater, with its diet determined heavily by its environment. Some of these traps are made from different materials, such as solid-walled plastic or other materials. These egg spores can live for years as dry pods. As stated above, the droppings of raccoons can contain raccoon roundworm (Baylisascaris procyonis & B. Even so, your hunt may be unsuccessful. Remember, if you get the raccoon by either of these methods, you still have to find and remove those young. One of these incidents resulted in a lawsuit when a pet cat died from exhaustion/dehydration from being carelessly left in a cage trap for two days. Near the back of the cage is a trip pan.


The virus is found in the saliva of the animal and enters the bloodstream of any living thing it bites. Pictures and information about racoons - all kinds of it on my website here. Just browse around! Removing raccoon from your house - You could try to sweep it out with a broom, as a last resort. Be sure to keep your kids and pets locked up! Why Are They There? Wild animals live in attics because it's great habitat. Updated 2018. The facial length of the skull is less than the cranial, and their nasal bones are short and quite broad. When feeding, the flight pattern of a Big Brown is fairly straight, and they usually fly from 20 to 30 feet high, often emitting a chatter while flying. We have a single-man lift with a 24-foot platform height which can be used outside or inside buildings. When they hibernate they seek a cave that doesn’t dip below forty degrees Fahrenheit and in southern, warm climates they may not hibernate at all. You may see staining around areas a bat can use to enter your home. It's probably against the law for you to trap and relocate raccoons if you are not licensed - it's illegal in most states. Taller structures are more likely to receive less maintenance due to a lack of access for repairs.


The following tips are helpful to recognize and help prevent raccoon activity in the attic or other parts of the home. How Can You Tell Bats Are In Your Attic? Now your attic is totally clean and safe to be in. Bat excrement can be harmful to your health. Can you use a trap to catch a raccoon in an attic - Yes, but if you set the trap inside the attic space, like on the boards or insulation, you won't have a high success rate. Good luck, and be smart about getting rid of bats in the attic! If they live in an attic for any length of time, they walk all over and flatten the insulation, lowering the R-Value (insulating effectiveness). Those that have emphysema, pneumonia, or bronchitis are also particularly prone. However, If correctly handled, the pups will not suffer, and you won’t be harmed. The cool air from your home can escape into the attic through very small cracks and holes, and the bats simply follow the currents to the source, accidentally ending up in your living area. Get raccoons out of the attic - indeed you ought to get them out of the attic, or they will cause all sorts of raccoon damage.


However, it, or one of its young, might decide to stay. If the raccoons lack food they will relocate to a place where they can find food and water. A variety of materials work well, from plastic or metal screening, to caulk, to high density polyurethane, depending on the situation. The raccoon, whose method of locomotion is usually considered to be plantigrade, can stand on its hind legs to examine objects with its front paws. Some structures may require high-lifts or other equipment to perform a bat exclusion and bat-proofing. Raccoons emit a number of vocalizations. Most important, you will learn how we can help you handle the insurance claim and have your expenses refunded. Repairing and restoring require professional skills and experience. They can enter the attic in a variety of places. Cover the bat with a thick towel by using a netting motion. You can't do an exclusion while the young are flightless, because they'll all either die or crawl down the walls of your house and many will find a way inside your rooms.