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Dead Deer Removal - Fairfield County, CT

Wintertime in the northeast can be rough on the local deer population. Between higher volume of deer activity and hunting seasons, there seems to be a higher risk of deer dying on private property. Much like any dead animal removal, this can be a particularly nasty job. Between decomposition and the inevitable swarm of flies and maggots, most homeowners don't want to have to take care of it on their own.

If you've discovered a dead deer on your property, Call TriState Wildlife Today! (203) 297-6347 - http://tristatewildlife.com/servicing/fairfield-ct/dead-deer-removal/

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2015-01-18
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Fairfield County, NY - Raccoon Removal - 06810

Over 80% of the time, when a raccoon is found in the attic, it's either pregnant, or has very recently given birth to a litter of pups. This is because expecting mothers look for the safest place to nest, and in most cases, that's going to be an unsecured, or accessible attic space. Attics are protected from both the elements and potential predators. They're also equipped with all of the warm nesting material a raccoon could hope for.

The biggest issue, aside from the risk of direct human contact, is the hazardous damage that nesting raccoons create. They shred insulation, chew on beams and wires, and urinate and defecate everywhere, which has been known to spread very serious diseases to humans that breath the contaminated air. Raccoons are simply bad news for the health of your home.

Raccoon trapping programs, coupled with damage repair and prevention techniques, is the most effective way of ridding your home of raccoons. One of the most important steps of the removal process is searching the entire attic space for babies. These adorable creatures are often hidden away from sight, and are completely helpless without their mother. No raccoon trapping program is complete without it!

If baby raccoons have been found abandoned by their mother, it's very important for find a trained wildlife rehabilitator, who can care for the babies until their fully grown. At TriState Wildlife, we care about all of the animals we encounter, and always treat them humanely and with respect!

If you've been hearing noises in the attic, Call TriState Wildlife Today! (203) 297-6347 - http://tristatewildlife.com/servicing/danbury-ct/raccoon-in-attic/

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#raccoonremoval
#raccooninattic
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2015-01-18
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Bat Removal and Exclusion in Fairfield County, NY

If you have Bats living in your attic, Call TriState Wildlife Today!
Greenwich, CT Office: (203) 297-6347

This home had a nasty infestation of bats living inside the attic. Over the course of two months, the family had three bats make their way inside the living space of the home. As soon as the little brown bats migrated for the season, we quickly worked to bat-proof the entire house. By painstakingly sealing every active and potential entry point on the house, we could guarantee that they would remain bat free!

http://tristatewildlife.com/servicing/greenwich-ct/bats-in-attic/index.html

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2014-07-08
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Groundhog Trapping and Removal Services - Fairfield County, CT

Groundhogs can be a relentless nuisance to home owners come the warmer months of the year. They don't see a perfectly manicured lawn, or a beautiful garden that's been painstakingly planted and nurtured, only a veritable buffet to dine on. A family of groundhogs can undo all of that hard work in a matter of days, by digging countless burrow holes in the yard and eating the tops off every plant they can find.

TriState Wildlife offeres Live Groundhog Trapping, Removal and Exclusion Services. Call our Fairfield County Team at (203) 297-6347

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Dead Skunk Removal in Fairfield, Connecticut

Skunks are one of the common carriers of Rabies in nuisance wildlife. If a skunk has been seen stumbling around during the day, acting erratically, or foaming at the mouth, it's likely in the end stages of the disease. If you have a rabid skunk in your yard, keep a safe distance and give us a call at (203) 297-6347

This rabid skunk died in a back yard, after it was seen stumbling around and foaming at the mouth. Most local municipalities no longer have animal control officers equipped to remove a sick animal, so the homeowners called us to help. We carefully removed the dead skunk from their property and transported the remains for cremation.

http://tristatewildlife.com/dead-animal-removal.html

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2014-07-03
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Greenwich Squirrel Trapping and Removal

Our Greenwich Office responded to a home in Fairfield County, where homeowners saw squirrels in the gutters and heard noises in the attic. Our inspection revealed numerous holes chewed into the fascia board all around the house. Wherever water damage softened the wood, squirrels chewed straight through it, allowing them to get inside the attic.

We caught 6 squirrels in total during our 5 day Squirrel Trapping Program. Once all of the squirrels were relocated, we were able to repair the squirrel damage and reinforce the roofline, so that squirrels could never chew their way inside again.

http://tristatewildlife.com/squirrel-removal.html

Squirrels living in your attic? Call TriState Wildlife Today! (203) 987-4487

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2014-07-02
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Fairfield County Raccoon Trapping & Exclusion

Check out our latest Raccoon Removal project in Fairfield County. Our Danbury, CT office got a call from a home owner who discovered that a raccoon was living in their attic. They came home from vacation to find their soffit ripped down and animal noises coming from the ceiling. Since there were no other entry points on the house, we had to hang a special trap from the soffit, to funnel the raccoon inside. Once she was trapped, we were able to remove her babies by hand and repair the damage she'd created.

If you have raccoons living inside your home, call TriState Wildlife at (203) 297-6347

http://www.raccoons-in-the-attic.com/raccoon-removal-professionals/connecticut/fairield-county-raccoon-removal.html

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2014-07-01
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Fairfield County Bat Removal - 24/7 Emergency Service

If there's currently a bat inside the living space of your home, TriState Wildlife can help! We provide 24 hour emergency bat removal services to the residents of Fairfield County, 7 days a week. Call (203) 297-6347

Since early spring, bat colonies have been steadily growing inside of attics throughout the northeast. Big brown bats have awoken from their hibernation and little brown bats have returned home from their winter caves. Bats are amazing creatures that are fantastic for the environment, but they're absolutely terrible for your home! Bats carry numerous diseases in their urine and droppings and can absolutely destroy an attic in a matter of weeks. Bats are also known for carrying rabies, which makes a stray bat inside your home a scary threat.

Most homeowners don't know there's a bat inside, until it wakes them up in the night. Since exposure is a real possibility, TriState Wildlife prepares every bat it catches for state regulated rabies testing. The health and safety of our customers is our highest priority!

If you need help with an emergency bat removal, Call Us Immediately! (203) 297-6347

http://tristatewildlife.com/bat-removal.html

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#batcontrol
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2014-06-10
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Bird Nesting Removal - New Fairfield, CT

Birds are excellent and finding any small open space to make their nests. This homeowner called our Fairfield office, because she could hear birds in the walls of her second story laundry room. The birds were singing and chirping and making a racket inside her dryer vent.

Birds nesting in the dryer vent is actually quite dangerous, because the nesting material will plug the pipe, causing the dryer lent to back up and creating a potential fire hazard. Birds are also know to carry tiny mites can migrate through the pipe and into the home, in search for hosts to feed on. 

We set up our ladder to carefully remove all of the bird nesting and thoroughly disinfect the pipe. Since no birds were currently inside, we were able to close of the vent with a sturdy bird guard.

http://tristatewildlife.com/bird-removal.html

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2014-05-15
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Fairfield County Opossum Removal - Brookfield, CT

This was a new one for us! We received a call from a homeowner who was hearing noises in the chimney at night. Normally, we'd find that a female raccoon had climbed down the chimney to make it's nest and give birth to her spring litter, but not this time.

During our inspection, we were surprised to find that the chimney cap was completely secure. There's no way anything could get inside. We were perplexed about the noise, until we found that at the base of the chimney, the cleanout trap was left wide open. When we looked inside with our flashlights, there weren't raccoons, but two scared opossums staring back and showing their teeth!

Rather than confront the animals, we set two traps near the opening. By the next morning we'd caught both opossums. Then it was simply a matter of closing up the trap door and calling this strange one a success.

http://tristatewildlife.com/fairfield-county-location.html

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#opossumtrapping
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2014-05-14
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