Wheeling West Virginia Pest Wildlife Removal 412-737-4298

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We specialize in Wheeling, WV ,Bat control and attic restoration

 The wildlife Professionals of Wheeling, WV can remove bats squirrels raccoons opossum and rodents from eaves attic and soffit  areas of your home.

Bat removal in  Wheeling, WV  can be crucial when plagued by bats in in your attic! The Wildlife professionals of  Wheeling, WV  does not trap bats in you home, the use of a one way bat door exclusive to the wildlife professionals are used. we do not use the generic version found online!. 

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Raccoon Removal in Wheeling, WV

Wheeling, WV Raccoon removal in the attic can be difficult to deal with. 

It is becoming an alarmingly frequent issue homeowners are dealing with, so much so that insurance companies are starting to cover the damage that raccoons in Wheeling, WV Raccoon removal in the attic can be difficult to deal with. 

It is becoming an alarmingly frequent issue homeowners are dealing with, so much so that insurance companies are starting to cover the damage that raccoons in Wheeling, WV cause!  Raccoons can get into your chimney , attic, Soffit area and even your crawlspace were they can reek havoc on the HVAC duct work. We see raccoons as well as opossum in this Wheeling, WV activity daily.

An raccoon in the attic will use your attic insulation as a latrine and one of the first sign that an raccoon is living in the attic is areas where there is raccoon feces or poop gathered. A raccoon removal expert can remove the animal feces and contaminated material as well as trap the animal from the attic. 

Size and Weight: The adult raccoon is a medium-sized mammal and the largest of the Procyonidae family.  It averages 24 to 38 inches in length and can weigh between 14 to 23 lbs., or more, depending upon habitat and available food. The male raccoon, or boar, is slightly larger than the female, also referred to as sow. The young are called kits.

Physical Features: The mask of black fur that covers its eyes is its most characteristic and familiar feature. One hypothesis for the dark fur is that it may help reduce glare and enhance the nocturnal animal’s night vision. The species has grayish brown fur, almost 90% of which is dense underfur to insulate the animal against the cold. Five to eight light and dark rings alternate on its tail. Because its hind legs are longer than the front legs, a raccoon often appears hunched when they walk or run. The five toes on a raccoon’s front paws are extremely dexterous, functioning essentially as five little fingers which allow it to grasp and manipulate food it finds in the wild as well as a variety of other objects, including doorknobs, jars, and latches. A raccoon’s most heightened sense is its sense of touch. It has very sensitive front paws and this sensitivity increases underwater. When able, a raccoon will examine objects in water.

Life span: In the wild, a raccoon has a life expectancy of about 2 to 3 years, but in captivity a raccoon can live up to 20 years.

Diet: The raccoon is an omnivorous and opportunistic eater, with its diet determined heavily by its environment. Common foods include fruits, plants, nuts, berries, insects, rodents, frogs, eggs, and crayfish. In urban environments, the animal often sifts through garbage for food. The majority of its diet consists of invertebrates and plant foods.PA cause!  Raccoons can get into your chimney , attic, Soffit area and even your crawlspace were they can reek havoc on the HVAC duct work. We see raccoons as well as opossum in this Pittsburgh PA activity daily.

An raccoon in the attic will use your attic insulation as a latrine and one of the first sign that an raccoon is living in the attic is areas where there is raccoon feces or poop gathered. A raccoon removal expert can remove the animal feces and contaminated material as well as trap the animal from the attic. 

Size and Weight: The adult raccoon is a medium-sized mammal and the largest of the Procyonidae family.  It averages 24 to 38 inches in length and can weigh between 14 to 23 lbs., or more, depending upon habitat and available food. The male raccoon, or boar, is slightly larger than the female, also referred to as sow. The young are called kits.

Physical Features: The mask of black fur that covers its eyes is its most characteristic and familiar feature. One hypothesis for the dark fur is that it may help reduce glare and enhance the nocturnal animal’s night vision. The species has grayish brown fur, almost 90% of which is dense underfur to insulate the animal against the cold. Five to eight light and dark rings alternate on its tail. Because its hind legs are longer than the front legs, a raccoon often appears hunched when they walk or run. The five toes on a raccoon’s front paws are extremely dexterous, functioning essentially as five little fingers which allow it to grasp and manipulate food it finds in the wild as well as a variety of other objects, including doorknobs, jars, and latches. A raccoon’s most heightened sense is its sense of touch. It has very sensitive front paws and this sensitivity increases underwater. When able, a raccoon will examine objects in water.

Life span: In the wild, a raccoon has a life expectancy of about 2 to 3 years, but in captivity a raccoon can live up to 20 years.

Diet: The raccoon is an omnivorous and opportunistic eater, with its diet determined heavily by its environment. Common foods include fruits, plants, nuts, berries, insects, rodents, frogs, eggs, and crayfish. In urban environments, the animal often sifts through garbage for food. The majority of its diet consists of invertebrates and plant foods.

Areas we service in Wheeling, WV

 

Wheeling, WV is a strange place for raccoons and squirrel in the attic. But it seams to be a complacent place for Bat removal and a real need for bat control by bat control agents of Wheeling, WV