Alpha Wildlife & Pest Management employs humane methods to capture wildlife using live traps. Our trained professionals diligently check these traps every 24 hours using the latest technology to ensure the safety and well-being of these animals.
Squirrels are common rodents known for their bushy tails, sharp teeth, and ability to climb trees and buildings. They can cause damage to property and homes by chewing on wires and insulation.
Raccoons are nocturnal mammals with distinctive black masks around their eyes and bushy ringed tails. They can become a nuisance to homeowners as they may raid garbage cans, damage property, and carry diseases such as rabies.
Birds are warm-blooded animals with feathers and beaks. While they are generally harmless, they can become a nuisance to homeowners when they nest in unwanted areas or leave droppings that can cause health problems.
Possums are small, nocturnal marsupials with grayish fur and long, pointed snouts. They have a habit of playing dead when threatened, which can make them a nuisance to homeowners. Possums can also carry diseases such as leptospirosis and salmonella.
Skunks are small mammals with black and white stripes and a potent spray used for self-defense. They can become a nuisance to homeowners by raiding trash cans and digging burrows in yards. Skunks can also carry diseases such as rabies.
Groundhogs, also known as woodchucks, are burrowing rodents with a stout body and short legs. They can cause damage to gardens and landscaping by digging extensive tunnels and eating plants. Groundhogs are also carriers of diseases such as tularemia.
Bats are nocturnal flying mammals with leathery wings and a unique ability to use echolocation to navigate. They can become a nuisance to homeowners when they roost in attics or other indoor spaces, and can also carry diseases such as rabies.
Snakes are elongated, legless reptiles that can vary greatly in size and color. While many species of snakes are harmless, some can be venomous and pose a danger to humans and pets.
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