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This site provides a listing of professional nuisance wildlife control operators, or NWCO, also known as animal damage controllers, or ADC. Some people refer to this service as pest control or animal control, or even extermination. The companies listed here in this directory specialize in professional wildlife trapping and wildlife management, and are not regular exterminators. These wildlife trappers handle pest animals, such as squirrels, raccoons, skunks, rats, snakes, birds, or bats, but generally do not eliminate insects. Just click on your state or town to find a professional wildlife animal control company near you.

Here are three articles that will help give you more information:
How To Guide: Who should I hire? - What questions to ask, to look for, who NOT to hire.
How To Guide: do it yourself! - Advice on saving money by doing wildlife removal yourself.
Guide: How much does wildlife removal cost? - Analysis of wildlife control prices.

This site also contains several advice articles regarding nuisance wildlife conflicts. For example, check out my comprehensive guides to animals in the attic, noises in the attic, rats in the attic, rats in the walls, mice in the walls, squirrels in the attic, raccoons in the attic, animals in the chimney, how to get bats out of your attic, and more.

This Week's Wildlife Tip: What Diseases Do Skunks Carry?

Compared to other species such as rats and raccoons, skunks are actually a relatively low risk when it comes to the range of diseases that the animals can transmit, but it is still vital that you are cautious around such animals. There are several different ways in which skunks can transmit diseases, and these range from bites and scratches through to contaminating food and drink, and even transmitting disease through their feces and parasites. Here are a some of the conditions that can be carried by skunks.

  • 1. Rabies

  • This is probably the biggest concern for those who are coming into contact with a skunk, and it is a condition that is usually transmitted by a bite or a scratch that breaks the skin of the individual. Bear in mind that skunks who are carrying the disease in its active phase will show signs such as foaming at the mouth and a serious aversion to water, while some rabid skunks may also be active at unusual times of the day, particularly during the daytime.

  • 2. Leptospirosis

  • Leptospirosis is a condition that is transmitted through the feces of many different mammals, and generally it is the greatest risk when you are cleaning out having dealt with a skunk infestation. When the feces is disturbed, the leptospirosis spores can become airborne, and if they are inhaled they can cause a range of respiratory diseases, swelling of the brain and even death in some extreme cases.

  • 3. Intestinal Roundworm

  • These parasites are usually transmitted if a food source or drinking water is contaminated by the skunk, but in some cases these may be transmitted to pets which then pass them on to people they come into close contact with. The symptoms can cause a high temperature and a cough, while diarrhea is also a known symptom. It is usually treated with a short course of medication that will kill the roundworm, which is then passed naturally.

  • 4. Diseases From Ticks And Lice

  • Even after the skunk has died, it can still transmit diseases to other beings that come close to it, and it is particularly worth wearing protective clothing when dealing with a carcass, as ticks and lice on the skunk may be waiting for a new host to get close enough. Diseases that can be transmitted in this way can include Lyme Disease and a range of other conditions that are harmful to humans and domestic animals alike.
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