Grand Prairie TX

(Please call Grand Prairie TX Police Department’s Animal Control Department for all your domestic animal issues, particularly “dogs and cats” at 972-237-8790)

Grand Prairie TX Wildlife Removal . Call 214-606-1987

Get in touch with a Grand Prairie TX wildlife removal expert by calling our hotline. We’re a local company provider on wildlife animal problems that can handle opossum, armadillo, squirrel, rats, rodent, raccoons, birds, beaver and skunk. Sometimes you might mistake a certain creature for another. This is understandable since not everyone is familiar with wildlife creatures. Also, residents and home owners don’t know the next step to take on animal intrusions. If that’s the case, just let us know how we can help you find solutions in the problem.

• Dallas wildlife feces removal
• Raccoon removal expert
• Animal carcass removal
• Grand Prairie wildlife trapper
• Humane retrieval of animal

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Wildlife in Grand Prairie

Grand Prairie is one of the largest cities and most populated in Texas. It was founded from a bought land from trader Alexander Dechman in 1863 when he bought 239 acres of land on the east side and 100 acre on the west side of Trinity River. The city is located in Tarrant County and Dallas County, with 72.1 square miles of land and 9 square miles of water. Grand Prairie maintains one of the largest park lands and nature preservation at 5,000 acres, with 65 nature parks, trails and recreational facilities. Some of its most visited parks and trails are Mark Lewis Park, Lynn Creek Park, Fish Creek Park and Waggoner Park.

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Squirrel removal in Grand Prairie Texas

There are incidences of power transformers blowing up because of tripping in wires. Power outages in city blocks have happened in some states (even in Texas) because of squirrels gnawing into electrical wires. The wiring problems even cause fire. The power problems can happen in buildings, houses and apartments. We always advise Grand Prairie residents to remove squirrels the soonest. If you will try to remove some squirrels yourself, you may need to get permit or license to allow you to transfer or relocate the squirrel into another location. This can present more hassles so it would be better if you just call a wildlife company with a squirrel expert. They already have the license and permits to handle wildlife animals.

Raccoon removal in Grand Prairie TX

The raccoon feces can be distinguished by with its sharp end. There are also traces of undigested seeds and other food items. Since the raccoons are mostly exposed to different elements in the wild, they can also carry parasites and viruses in their body. Transmission of diseases from raccoons can happen to anyone and in any place. Precaution is always the key. Consistently inspecting, cleaning and installing wildlife preventive devices should also be done. In Grand Prairie, for people with no experience in handling wildlife animals, you may want to give the task to raccoon professionals who have safety gears and equipment.

Skunk removal in Grand Prairie Texas

Don’t be surprised to see several skunks in a den in the cold season of December. The animal would naturally join their co-species, so they can share body warmth. The skunks instinctively want to be with other skunks, with their number ranging from 6 to 10 skunks in a single den. There are instances you will see solitary skunks, but they will seek other skunks if weather becomes favorable. In winter, the skunks in Texas may also seek shelter in dwellings of people such as farm house or even apartments if they fail to find a good spot in the forest. Touching or removing the skunks is a not advised. Just hire a skunk professional since these experts have safety gears against the liquid spray which the skunk might spray.

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Bat removal in Grand Prairie Texas

There’s also a probability for bats to have rabies just like other animals. Bats may bite out of defense or other danger the mammal might feel. The bats might also attack if they are disturbed in their sleep. It would be better to ask a wildlife removal person in Grand Prairie to help you handle and remove bats. There are cases where people got infected by bat parasites without even knowing it. Since bats can creep into a space such as ceiling or roof without the knowledge of the house owner, the bats may leave parasites, wastes or droppings in hard to see places. The wastes appear like dust or lumps and can be thought as harmless particles. The bat parasites actually can survive by clinging into flies, fleas or bugs. Getting infected of bat parasites from other insects can be possible.

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Armadillo removal in Grand Prairie TX

Sometime in 2010, there were news stories of armadillos seen in northern areas such as Omaha and Kentucky. However, there was really no evidence armadillos were able to expand with their numbers. The north have cold climate and armadillos can’t stand harsh weather. However, in Texas, armadillos are as plenty as any house pet. Armadillos can be seen in roads, highways, streets, parks, farms and prairies in Texas. Gardens are also a common roaming ground for armadillos since they like to dig soil to get insects. Armadillos can cause health problems too aside from property damages, so their removal is always a must.

Possum removal in Grand Prairie Texas

This wildlife animal has the ability to stand with their feet flat, like monkeys or bears. The possums are known to be able to do the plantigrade stance – with their hind feet having opposite digits with no claws. The creature also has prehensile tails, something which can also be seen in monkeys. The female possum on the other hand have pocket or pouch. Just like their marsupial relatives, possums only have awn hair, not necessarily the thick fur seen in most wildlife animals in Texas.

Snake removal in Grand Prairie

Not all snakes are venomous. Some species with venom only uses it to kill a prey rather than as a defense mechanism. However snakes with fatal venoms can cause immediate death to its victim, whether it’s an animal or a human being. Snakes without venom can still kill a prey by constriction or a strong bite. Most people think all snakes have venoms which makes them afraid the moment they see snakes. It would be safer still to let wildlife professional to handle snakes if it will be removed in dwelling or building structure in Grand Prairie.

We also have wildlife experts for seal animal entry, remove animal foul odor, home restoration, sanitation.

Our wildlife animal removal also includes birds, squirrel, armadillo, raccoon, snakes, possum, skunk, beaver, rats, bats, bobcat and more.

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