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Adair's Animal Nuisance Trapping
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We put the Wild back where it belongs! in the Wild.
We put the Wild back where it belongs! in the Wild.

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Is there a ZOO in your attic? For professional wildlife control, eviction, and exclusion at Lake of the Ozarks call Adair's Animal Nuisance Trapping at 573-378-8739.
#noisesinattic #crittercontrol #wildlifeproofing

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Customer says "I have an animal in my attic". Upon inspection we found this little guy slumbering under a trash-sack. Once the hibernation season is over and the weather warms up, we'll come back to evict him and his friends. Then wildlife-proof the home so they can't get back in! πŸ¦‡πŸ¦‡πŸ¦‡
#BatRemoval #ProtectedSpecies #BatHouse

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The cats away, the mice will play!! Mice problems at your Lake house? The gestation period of a mouse is usually 3 weeks and each litter can be 3 -14 pups. One female can have 5 to 10 litters per year, so the mice population can increase very quickly. The average mouse nest can be home to two-dozen at a time. 🐁🐁🐁🐁🐁🐁
#MiceControl #LakeoftheOzarks #PestControl

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Phil says it's an early spring! 🌿🌞😊
Groundhogs (aka woodchuck) love to dig their burrows near buildings and other structures, such as sheds, patios, and decks, that can provide overhead stability. These tunnels can go deep under your house and cause damage to your foundation or crawl space and threaten your home's structural stability. Call Adair's to solve all your nuisance wildlife problems!
#GroundhogDay #GroundhogRemoval #HabitatModification

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What kind of animal do you think is living inside this attic?
Contact Adair's for a complete wildlife inspection.
We put the Wild back where it belongs! in the Wild.
#eviction #wildlifeproofing #exclusion

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Raccoons have a full-body fur coat and natural instinct to find shelter. They can even semi-hibernate for up to a month at a time in the winter. We're just getting this guy out of the attic and putting him back where he belongs! in the Wild. 🦝

#NoisesintheAttic #CritterControl #WildlifeRemoval
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Opossums, typically a non-target animal, can carry a large variety of transmittable diseases such as leptospirosis, tuberculosis, relapsing fever, tularemia, spotted fever, toxoplasmosis, coccidiosis, trichomoniasis, and Chagas disease. They may also be infested with mites, lice, fleas and ticks, which can infest you pets.
#OpossumRemoval #WildlifeControl #Translocation

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Equipped with super rodent sensing skills, Trapper Aidan is our go to man when it comes to capturing a live animal by hand! Customer had the critter trapped in their bathroom. Aidan found him all snuggled up in a boot.
#FlyingSquirrel #BackintheWild! #SuperTrapper

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Raccoons are not true hibernators, but will sometimes den in groups during the bitterest days of winter and are able to sleep for long stretches of time – up to a month – without heading out into the elements. If your hearing noises, it’s possible you may have a family of raccoons in your attic. Call Adair's for an inspection, eviction & exclusion (wildlife-proofing) for all your nuisance wildlife problems.
#NoisesintheAttic #WildlifeRemoval #CritterControl

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Where does wildlife go when it's snowy? Don't let it be your attic! Mammals are born with fur to keep them warm and instincts to find natural habitat shelter. 🦝🐿🐁
"We put the Wild back where it belongs! in the Wild"
#noisesintheattic #crittercontrol #wildliferemoval

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