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Wildlife Control & Animal Removal

Common Wildlife Issues in Toms River, NJ

New Jersey Squirrels

The eastern gray squirrel lives through out the state, including Toms River. This pest spends most of the year in people's yards, searching for food and shelter. When cold weather hits, squirrels look for a place to overwinter. They often choose attics, which brings them into conflict with homeowners.

Bat Diseases

Bats arealso attic dwellers that gather in large numbers all around New Jersey. Such high populations produce substantial amounts of urine and feces. A buildup of bat guano contributes to the spread of histoplasmosis, which is a serious respiratory disease. The pests may carry rabies as well.

Raccoon Trouble

Attracted by the smell of meat and vegetable scraps in the garbage, raccoons often reside in Toms River properties. Like bats, they can transmit the rabies virus. A raccoon will tip over trash cans and nest under porches or sheds. Females also sneak into attics and chimneys to raise their young in safety.

In Toms River, NJ, warm springs and hot summers follow mild winters, producing an ideal climate for both people and wildlife.

New Jersey Deer

White-tailed deer are a common sight in Toms River lawns. The pests' excessive grazing destroys gardens and wipes out native plants, affecting local ecosystems. In addition, these animals carry ticks that transmit Lyme disease. Large populations of deer also increase the risk of vehicle collisions.

Coyotes in Toms River

Coyote populations thrive in all parts of New Jersey. These animals are attracted to small game and enter private property to hunt, though unsecured trash and pet food also lure the pests into yards. Coyotes are susceptible to diseases like canine distemper, which is highly contagious and transmissible to pets.

Serving the following locations:

By County: Ocean County 

  • Barnegat
  • Barnegat Light
  • Bay Head
  • Beach Haven
  • Beach Haven West
  • Beachwood
  • Cedar Glen Lakes
  • Forked River
  • Harvey Cedars
  • Holiday Heights
  • Island Heights
  • Lakehurst
  • Lakewood
  • Lavallette
  • Leisure Village
  • Manahawkin
  • Mantoloking
  • Mystic Island
  • New Egypt
  • North Beach Haven
  • Ocean Acres
  • Ocean Gate
  • Pine Beach
  • Pine Lake Park
  • Point Pleasant Beach
  • Point Pleasant
  • Seaside Heights
  • Seaside Park
  • Ship Bottom
  • South Toms River
  • Surf City
  • Toms River
  • Tuckerton
  • Waretown
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