Lowell IN Wildlife Removal
(Please call Lowell Animal Control for all your domestic animal issues, including dogs and cats at 219-696-0411)
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If you’re still searching for a licensed wildlife control company in Lowell IN, look no further. Anytime Wildlife Removal is now providing wildlife control services in Lowell for the following:
- Bat removal
- Squirrel removal
- Bat control and management
- Squirrel trapping
- Raccoon removal
- Other Indiana wildlife animal removal procedures
If you can’t identify a wild creature and want it removed from your place, give us a call in our Lowell wildlife control hotline. As soon as you see an untamed animal in your home, prioritize removing it the soonest to prevent the spread of diseases through secretions of saliva, feces and urine.
Wildlife in Lowell
Lowell’s slogan proudly speaks of the town’s rich history and continuous full development – ‘proud past and bright future’. Still, despite the commitment to city growth, the place continues to preserve its abundant landscapes as seen in the Great Lakes Basin, Kankakee Outwash Plain and the St. Lawrence Seaway Divide. In addition to these nature attractions, notable events include the Labor Day Parade and The Legend Sleepy Hallow draws great crowds from nearby towns in Indiana and Illinois.
In the midst of the town’s hustle and busy activities, the town attracts several indigenous creatures. As evident of the rich Indiana wildlife around the state, mammals like squirrel, skunk, raccoon, rodents and bats can often be seen in the Lowell vicinity.
From the calls we received, as well as logged reports from our staff, common Lowell wildlife problems include animal intrusions, creature foul odor, and aggressive wildlife behavior.
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The home range of raccoons can vary, though in many cases it depends during the breeding season. Raccoons look for mates in time for spring, somewhere between March and April. The female raccoon usually have 8-9 weeks of gestation period, where it will bear around 2-4 “kits” (baby raccoons). The “kit” stays at their mother’s den up to 7 weeks, a period in which they learn how to stand, walk, run, hold and climb.
Around 8-10 weeks, they go outside their den to start finding food. After 12 weeks, the young raccoon start to go out at night and return to their mother so they can rest in the day. The kits stay with the mother raccoon’s home range up until winter.
In early spring, almost a year after they were born, they go out on their own, to find their own habitat. It possible for raccoons to be born in urban areas, and grew up as an urbanized raccoon.
If you discover a raccoon building a den in your home, make sure to deal with it as soon as possible. Raccoons are stubborn animals. They’re creatures of habit and worse, easily spread urine and feces wherever they can. They’re not that easy to expel and you may have to call a raccoon removal expert.
Bats like insects a lot and can take as much as five hundred insects in an hour. By the time the sun came up, they have already increased their weight half of their body mass.
They usually eat small insects directly in their mouth as they fly in the air, though they can also use their wing or tail to scoop larger insects.
Bats carry the insects to a common feeding site – so if you like to see how much insects bats have taken, look into a heaps of insect pieces somewhere in the ground of the bat’s feeding area. Microbats in particular likes to hover when they catch insect crawlers like spiders.
As interesting as their role in the environment to limit the outbreak of insects, they can be carriers of killer pathogens for that matter. The bats have been blamed by some studies for the spread of diseases from the wild, particularly Ebola and SARS.
Remove bats that you see in your household the soonest. Since this work has high risk of danger and injury, you may have to consult a bat removal expert for the best method to extract them.
How well do you know young squirrels?
Baby squirrels starts out blind, toothless and no fur when they come out from mother squirrel. They cannot stand up and would entirely need the help of their mother for milk, to get proteins and other nutrients, to build up their body (and have their strength). The mother instinctively nurses their young, until young squirrels are active enough to get their own food.
Squirrels can be cute and cuddly while they’re young. They look harmless and sometimes made as pets. However, take note that squirrels are not a domesticated animal. They cannot follow orders like dogs or can even be left alone like cats.
The young squirrels as soon as they were able to stand and search their own food can be a handful and uncontrollable. They also have an unusual habit to gnaw and bite objects (to keep their incisors from growing), which could lead to damaged furniture and worse, even body injuries.
Squirrels don’t belong in the household, but in the wild. Just like any wildlife animal, it’s not easy to remove them from a property and would require a wildlife control professional to put it under control. If you need a wildlife control expert in Lowell, call our hotline to discuss the details and scheduling.
Lowell IN Wildlife Removal
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