Indiana is home to about 750 wildlife species, with 150 endangered and protected. Fortunately, you won't find most of these species in your neighborhood, yard, or home. Wildlife you may see nearby include raccoons, bats, rodents, skunks, groundhogs, tree squirrels and flying squirrels.
All of these animals can become nuisances if left uncontrolled. They can damage the interior and exterior of your home and make you feel unsafe in your personal space. That is not okay. At Critter Control of Bloomington, we remove nuisance animals and give you back security and peace. Below are some examples of how we have removed the most common nuisance wildlife in Bloomington, IN.
As a common pest in Bloomington, raccoons pose a variety of problems to residents. The animals are a major vector for rabies in Indiana and cause damage in homes, lawns, and gardens. Since raccoon infestations are persistent in neighborhoods, the pests are often in conflict with homeowners.
Local residents see many squirrel
species romping across their yards. Common varieties include flying
and fox squirrels. The pests cause issues by digging up lawns and breaking into soffits or attics
to build nests
. They also carry mites, fleas, and ticks in their fur.
often roost in attics
, barns, or sheds. In addition to potentially carrying rabies
, the pests create droppings
that may grow a fungus dangerous to humans. People who breathe in spores are at risk for the disease histoplasmosis. Bat guano also leaves a foul smell in Indiana homes.
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