Long Beach MS Wildlife Removal

(Please call Long Beach MS Police Department’s Animal Control Department for all your domestic animal issues, particularly “dogs and cats” at 228-863-7292)

Long Beach MS Wildlife Removal • Call 228-238-9657

Remove raccoons, beavers, bats, squirrels, skunk, armadillos, mole and other nuisance animals with the assistance of a Long Beach MS wildlife removal company. Our team of wildlife animal experts have years of experience in handling different types of critters and dangerous animals. Send us a line in our hotline for questions on procedures, inspections and appointments. Don’t let unidentified creatures stay long in your home. Your house is your sanctuary and not a shelter for wildlife animals.

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Long Beach Mississippi is made up of mostly land area at 10 square miles, with only 0.4 square miles of water. The city is located in Harrison County and near major cities like Gulfport, Biloxi and Ocean Springs. Located near Long Beach MS are several national protected areas such as Gulf Islands National Seashore, Grand Bay National Wildlife Refuge, Mississippi Sandhill Crane National Wildlife Refuge and De Soto National Forest, which all have been a regular habitat and shelter for several wildlife creatures.

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Raccoon Removal in Long Beach MS

The raccoon’s diet can be different many times of the day. In the morning, they can consume clams, snails or earthworms. There are also reports they like to eat crayfish and frogs. On the types of plants or fruits, the raccoons can eat pecans, walnuts and also persimmons. The raccoons have a good sense of smell and sensitive touch. They mostly become active searching for food at night, up to the early hours in the morning. We remove raccoons in Long Beach Mississippi, call us today.

Squirrel Removal in Long Beach MS

The flying squirrels are another type of tree squirrels that can subsist on nuts, fruits and corn. They also like to eat berries. There are times however, they can’t find these foods so they would find and eat young small animals. The squirrels can sometimes be seen carrying quail eggs, young birds, nestlings and chicks. If they have trouble finding animal matter, you can see them eating flower bulbs and tree buds. In Long Beach Mississippi, we can assist you in squirrel control.

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Bat Removal in Long Beach MS

What are the things you know about bats in Long Beach Mississippi? Most residents we’ve met in our visits in Long Beach knew a trait or two of the flying mammal from the movies and televisions they’ve seen. There are different species of bats, with the Mexican free tailed species and Myotis adult brown species to name a few. Notable trait of bats is their food habits. Most bats particularly the small ones consume insects exclusively. Other bat species eat fruits or consume blood of mammals.

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Skunk Removal in Long Beach MS

Skunks don’t move as fast like squirrels or mice. The skunks are docile and slow in their movements. You will often see them in Long Beach MS, walking slowly and gingerly as they roam their environment. Very rarely would you see a skunk running and jumping in places. Their slow movement can be disadvantageous since predators can easily catch them. However, if there’s a predator trying to get near them, they would just use the bad smelling spray musk in their tail.

Beaver Removal in Long Beach MS

Beaver Removal in Long Beach MS

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There are nuisances caused by dams built by beavers in Long Beach Mississippi. These lodges are one of the main causes of stagnant water, which often becomes a nesting ground for mosquitoes. As you all know, mosquitoes can lay eggs even on a drop of water, what more if there’s a large volume of stagnant water in an environment. It has been noted that beaver dams causes the increase of population of mosquitoes in a community.

Armadillo Removal in Long Beach MS

This wildlife animal is within the family Dasypodidae and said to have its origins in the continent of South America. Upon the creation of the Isthmus of Panama, the 9 band armadillo was said to have hitched settlers and traders. To this day, the armadillo is widespread in southern and middle states, particularly in communities near Long Beach Mississippi with warm climate. This armored like animal can’t stand freezing temperatures, the reason it can’t be seen in the northern part of the U.S.

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Think about the safety of your home from wildlife animal intrusions. You certainly don’t want anything untoward to happen. You can contact us in Long Beach Mississippi for trapping and exclusion of bats, raccoon, animal mole, rodent, squirrel, skunk, armadillo, beaver, and other dangerous critters.

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