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If you need pest control for wild animals, then you've come to the right place. Typically, the term "pest control" is used for the industry that deals with insects - cockroaches, termites, ants, etc. These exterminating companies usually use chemical means (poisons) to kill insects. When it comes to wildlife, it's a whole different matter. You can't poison wildlife, and you can't just spray something to make them leave. Wild animals are mammals, not insects, and they must be dealt with in an entirely different manner. If you got termites, you've got a colony of tiny animals that interact in a certain way. You can give them poison that they will carry throughout the colony, which will kill them all. The type and amount of poison needed is so little, that it is not typically harmful to people. The same principles apply to many other types of insects. However, wild animals are mammals like you an me. They can't be dealt with in the same manner, and they should not be thought of as pests that require pest control. The proper term is nuisance wildlife control. These animals typically must be trapped and physically removed from the site. In some cases, they can be excluded out permanently without trapping. However, most of the time, wild animals need to be physically removed. The process of completely solving a wildlife problem takes a lot of knowledge and skill. The professional trapper must analyze the situation and architecture, and make the proper plan to fully remove all of the animals and repair and seal off all of the entry points into the home that the animal used, to fully and permanently solve the problem. So if you need wildlife removal services, hire a nuisance wildlife control operator, don't hire a pest control company!

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