DeSoto TX Wildlife Removal

(Please call Desoto TX Police Department’s Animal Control Department for all your domestic animal issues, particularly “dogs and cats” at 469-658-3000)

DeSoto TX Wildlife Removal . Call 214-606-1987

Welcome to Desoto TX wildlife removal for help on all your nuisance animal problems like raccoons, opossum, skunk and squirrel. We remove the live wildlife animal from your premises safely and humanely, transferring it in its natural habitat far away from the community. Some wildlife animals have learned to adapt in cities and the main reason they seek refuge in homes. These animals are sometimes disturbed from their natural by camper, hikers and hunters. If you need a wildlife removal in Desoto, just give us a call.

• Dallas wildlife control
• Skunk removal expert
• Desoto wildlife company
• Animal feces removal
• State certified and licensed
• Humane wildlife removal

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Wildlife in Desoto

Desoto is made up of roughly all land with 21.6 square miles. It has a colorful history said to have started in 1874. The place is considered to be the part of the oldest community in Northern Texas. A part of Dallas County, it is a Dallas suburb and lies within the Best Southwest community that include Cedar Hill, Lancaster and Duncanville. The city has an extensive park and recreation system, with around 490 acres of combined of undeveloped and developed land. Some of its popular parks and nature trails are Windmill Hill Nature Preserve, Ernie Roberts Park, Townsend Park, Les Zeigler Park, Roy Orr Trail and De Soto Parks & Recreation.

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Squirrel removal in Desoto Texas

Squirrels can cause tripping in electrical wirings because they chew on the wires and insulation. This is the reason this small creature can cause costly damages in buildings, structures and houses in Desoto. The common way for a Texas squirrel to invade a house is by chewing through certain areas of a structure. It can be a thin wall, roof, ceiling or tubing. Even small cracks and crevices can be an entry point for squirrels. For a home owner, this can be overlooked. Squirrel experts know where to look and inspect for possible access points.

Skunk removal in Desoto TX

If you happen to spot a skunk’s burrow in winter, there’s a chance you will see a couple of skunks. In fact, the skunks in Desoto can range 5 to 10, depending on the size of the den. If the den is small, there could be few skunks. However, if the den is big, skunks can be more than ten. A reason Texas skunks form a group is to share warmth. Trapping to catching skunks for the general public is not advisable since it requires state laws to handle wildlife species like skunks.

Beaver removal in Desoto Texas

If you’ve walked near a pond, river bank or lake, you may have noticed a dome like structure, which is actually a dam created by a beaver. For a long time, some people in Desoto thought the semi aquatic creature only create one dam in their territorial range. However, recent discoveries have been noted that secondary dams at a downstream can also be created by the same beaver. In Dallas and some cities in Texas, this has been the case on several of our beaver removals.

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Bat removal in Desoto Texas

A disease or fungus associated with bats is the Histoplasma camsulatum which primarily infect the respiratory system. This fungus often develops from the droppings of bats. Soil and warm temperature can further develop the fungus. A person can be infected if they inhale the spore from these deposits which usually are dry fecal matter. A home owner may not know these feces from bats on the first look. You can ask a bat specialist from a wildlife company in Desoto for assistance.

Armadillo removal in Desoto TX

These are insectivores and known to hunt for food using their snout as they forage soil, ground and leaves. Armadillos in Desoto for instance, have no definite pattern in their food search and can be erratic in nature. Some of the common insects armadillos eat are termites, worms, ants and beetles. Their nose has sensitive smell and can detect the presence of an insect eight inches into the soil or far away from their snout. As soon as they see the insects, they will forage on them using their tongue.

We also provide the following wildlife company services: house damage repair, animal body removal, clean animal droppings, and seal access points, remove animal smell. Other kinds of wildlife animals we remove include: beaver, armadillo, birds, rats, raccoon, snakes, squirrel, bats, skunk, bobcat, possum and more.

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75115, 75123, Dallas County, Glenn Heights, Midlothian, De Soto Parks & Recreation, Cedar Hill, University Park, Ernie Roberts Park, Grand Prairie, Duncanville, Townsend Park, Arlington, Les Zeigler Park, Lancaster, Windmill Hill Nature Preserve, Irving, Glenn Heights, Balch Springs, Roy Orr Trail, Mansfield, Seagoville, Highland Park, Dallas.

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