Dune Acres IN Wildlife Removal
(Please call Dune Acres Animal Control for all your domestic animal issues, including dogs and cats at 219-787-8800)
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Do you have recurring problems on animal intrusions and disease transmission from rabid creatures like bats, raccoons, squirrels, rodent, and other wild animals in Indiana? For an effective and successful Dune Acres IN wildlife removal, it requires safety handling and specialized knowledge in wildlife control. It’s not a good idea to be “the tough guy” and try to see if you can remove the wild animals yourself. It would be better if you avoid the risk of getting rabies or animal disease by calling an expert to do the work.
Get to know a wildlife removal specialist within your city and have their phone number saved on your contacts. If you’re in Dune Acres, bookmark this page and save our “wildlife hot line”. You can call the number at any time, for wildlife removal, management, and “house proofing”.
Green scenery in Dune Acres
Dune Acres total area stretches 3.4 square miles, made up of around 65% of land and 35% water. The town is at Lake Michigan’s south shore. Located at Porter County’s dune land area, the town community has contributed to the complete conservation of the Indiana Dunes.
The town has plenty of interspersing stretches of low bushes, woods, tree lots, greens and fairways all around. The place has a fairly good landscape, with an abundant nature, the reason it has attracted indigenous creatures and wild animals from the Indiana wildlife preserve.
Know about the traits of these animals so you know what you’re dealing with in case they’re in your vicinity.
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Squirrel species vary. As in the case of the types of squirrels we encounter in Dune Acres.
A subfamily member (from Sciuridae) that many people don’t know is the groundhogs. In some instances they are also referred as marmots or woodchucks. These are large ground squirrels that inhabit mountainous rocky areas and sometimes in lowlands. They can widely be seen in the Northeastern and Central part of the United States, Alaska, as well as in Canada.
They are typically the largest in the squirrel subfamily, measuring 15-25 inches (with around 6-8 inches tail) and weighs 2-5 kilograms or 4-10 lbs.) Groundhog squirrels like to dig, with their short strong limbs and thick curved claws. They are different from other squirrels, for having a curved spine.
There are times other people compare them to the mole. However, the groundhog squirrel has two coats of fur – the long banded “frosted” guard hairs and a dense grey undercoat. They like open grounds and woodlands, but their nests is usually far from the burrow entrance.
Raccoons are omnivores, and have no problem eating any type of food. However, they can be precise in their food search, because of their sense of smell. This will not just limit them in the forest or jungle and could very well find themselves in urban areas.
In Dune Acres, urban spots where raccoons can often be found include fish ponds and vegetable garden. They can also be found in store back areas and alleys with garbage dumps. Raccoons can also be found in drop-off places of food delivery trucks and vans. They often search for new den and can establish their new habitat in a food shop, restaurant or food storage facility.
Female bats have a distinct way when they reproduce their young. They typically control the timing of the fertilization, choosing the ideal time for the baby bats to be born. Bats usually give birth to young bats in warm months, sometime in the first few days of spring until summer.
The reason for this is that everything in nature, from plants, trees, insects and other living things, starts getting back to life. The ecological diversity of all living organism is in full swing. Food becomes abundant.
When you see the newborn bats, they usually do not have fur, with eyes fully closed. The mother bats usually take care of their young in their first few weeks. It takes 6 to 8 weeks for baby bats to fully develop, where they learn to fly and feed for themselves.
Have you seen bats, raccoons and squirrels roaming in Dune Acres IN? Don’t wait for wildlife animals to enter your house “uninvited”. They don’t belong in your home. Seal off your place from these animals. Ask us how.
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