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Sarasota and Manatee county areas
The warm and humid climate of Sarasota, FL, attracts many visitors, including unwanted wildlife. Evening bats and free-tailed bats are both nuisances in the area as they roost in homes and cause damage with their droppings. Woodpeckers also destroy local buildings, specifically exteriors, with their constant pecking. Other mammals, like raccoons and opossums, wander into yards in search of food. Since they can carry rabies, these pests are dangerous to be around. In addition, exotic introduced species, such as green iguanas and Burmese pythons, invade properties and may attack Sarasota residents and pets if threatened.