Skunk Trapping Arizona
Critter Control has Arizona offices in Phoenix
Where to Find Skunks
Skunks become active in the spring in the Arizona area as they search for a mate and in the summer while they try to locate food. You may notice the black and white creatures under decks, sheds, storage buildings, houses and cabins. Skunk removal through skunk trapping in the Arizona area can prevent skunks from causing damage and spraying pets or family members. It’s important to contact a skunk expert that understands methods used in skunk trapping to remove the animal from your home.
How to Identify a Skunk Problem
It’s easy to identify a skunk in the Arizona area when you notice a small animal with black and white stripes and a bushy tail. Skunks like to move during the night and start moving more in the springtime as temperatures warm up and they search for food and focus on breeding. If you come in contact with a skunk, be sure to move as far away as possible from the scampering creature and watch for pre-spray warning signs as it stomps its feet. Skunks can spray between 10 to 15 feet and are fairly accurate. Skunk trapping specialists at Arizona Critter Control will provide expert advice for safely and successfully removing skunks through skunk trapping.
Why Skunks are Important
Although they can be pesky creatures, skunks help control pests, insects and rodents. They will eat wasps, bees, grubs, beetles, crickets, mice and other creatures that are often unwanted inside and around a home. It’s important to keep skunks around, but they do not need to live in or around your house since they can burrow for food and shelter. A skunk trapping expert will understand the skunk population in the Arizona area and know the best method for skunk trapping.
Why You Find Skunks in the Yard and Skunks Around the House
A skunk will try to locate food and shelter in the Arizona area, and will often change its diet. Their diet normally includes rodents, insects and wild fruit, but they will eat garden crops, garbage and lawn insects if present. Skunks are adaptable creatures to an extent, so it’s important to contact a skunk removal expert that is trained in skunk trapping to safely remove the creature. The skunk trapping specialists at Arizona Critter Control can help identify where the skunks are living and the best way to go about skunk trapping and preventing further skunk problems.
What Damage and Hazards are Caused from Skunks
Most people can recognize the unmistakable skunk smell, but may not realize these small creatures can carry rabies and can damage your property and house when attempting to crawl into your basement, shed, crawl space and other enclosures. Skunks also raid garbage cans and dig holes in yards when looking for food. If you see a skunk in the daytime that is acting strange you need to call Arizona Critter Control quickly since it may be a sign of a diseased skunk. Skunk trapping experts will be able to recognize the behavior of a diseased skunk and how to remove the skunk.
Some people in the Arizona area attempt to get rid of skunks on their own, but this can cause a bigger skunk headache that often results in family members or pets getting sprayed. Trying to get rid of the notorious skunk smell can be challenging and then you still need to determine how to get rid of the skunk. Arizona Critter Control skunk trapping specialists understand the habits of skunks and how to deal with skunks when trying to remove skunks.
How to Prevent a Skunk Problem
Preventing a small skunk problem from becoming a large skunk problem can be tricky, especially if you are trying skunk trapping techniques on your own. Contact your local Arizona Critter Control skunk trapping expert to learn how to prevent skunks from returning. A skunk trapping specialist may recommend sealing all holes and entrances and setting up a fencing system in key areas around the house.
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