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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, snakes, 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, and more.

This Month's Wildlife Tip: How to Remove a Wild Animal in the Chimney

The two most common animals to enter and live in chimneys are squirrels and raccoons. They see your chimney as a big, hollow tree, and a safe place in which to live and raise young. 90% of the time, if you have wildlife in your chimney, it's a female with a litter of babies. They choose your chimney as a safe den site. Always be aware of this. You can't just remove the adult. You must get the babies, too. Squirrels are more active in the daytime, and raccoons are more active at night. Sometimes an animal will fall down the chimney, if it's a slick metal flu, but most of the time, these animals can crawl in and out just fine.



What NOT To Do:

DO NOT, UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES, LIGHT A FIRE.
If there’s a bat in there, you’re going to jail because killing these flying critters is illegal in most places. If its any other animal, you’re still going to be in for a bumpy ride. The best case scenario here is that the animal realizes the place is heating up and jumps out of the open damper, but then what are you left with? A wild animal, a disease-carrying wild animal, on the loose inside your home. The kids are running around screaming, and the dog is barking his head off. What if that squirrel or raccoon stuck in the chimney has rabies? It takes just one bite… The worst case scenario is that you kill the animal, but then you have the decomposing, burnt remains stinking out your house for a few days. Technically, you’re no better off. Read more about How to Remove a Wild Animal in the Chimney.
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