Wildlife Removal in Beaumont, Texas
There are nearly 46,000 households
in Beaumont, which continues to grow. The wildlife population is growing too. There are 142 species
of animals in Texas. As we develop Beaumont, wildlife in the area must find new living spaces.
Some choose your home. Raccoons, bats, armadillos, skunks, squirrels, rodents, feral pigs, rabbits, and snakes are examples of wildlife that become destructive tenants.
Because nuisance animals often carry diseases, call the experts for help. Here are some examples of how we get rid of pesky wildlife.
Raccoons are everywhere around Beaumont. They have goals: scavenge for food, water, and shelter. If your home offers these three things, you may have unwanted roommates. Because they are nocturnal, they may be wreaking havoc on your property while you sleep.
We can help with our three-step process of inspection, trapping, and exclusion.
There are between 40-50 species of rats and mice in Texas. The Norway rat, roof rat, and house mice are the most common, estimated to be in the hundreds of millions across Texas each year. Rodents walk across wires, making them sag and possibly touching your home or trees, creating fire hazards. They run across your roof, make nests with materials they find on your property, and eat through food packaging in your pantry. They are sneaky and carry diseases.
The Texas Health and Safety Code 341.018
for rodent control states that a person must attempt to exterminate the rodents by poisoning, trapping, fumigating, or other appropriate means; provide every practical means of eliminating rats in the structure, and incorporate rat-proofing features. We are happy to do this for you.
We have three common squirrels throughout the Eastern parts of Texas: the eastern fox squirrel, the eastern gray squirrel, and the flying squirrel. They are fun to watch, but, unfortunately, the fun ends when you start noticing damage and realize you need to get rid of squirrels on your property.
Fox and gray squirrels are classified as game animals in Texas, but that does not mean you can go hunting in your front yard. That is illegal. Texas allows
cage trapping with bait for proper removal and relocation. Before every relocation, we contact the Texas Parks and Wildlife for advice.
Texas has more species of bats than any other state in America, with 32 found so far. We mostly see the big brown bat, the red bat, and the evening bat in the Beaumont area. Bats look for dark, undisturbed locations to reside during the day until it’s time to hunt for food at night. Examples are caves, attics, barns, ceilings of outbuildings, and chimneys.
Bats leave behind a lot of guano, which is highly toxic. They carry spores that float through the air, seep into your home and make you sick. Respiratory problems, cough, headaches, fever, and encephalopathy are common symptoms associated with bat guano. Bats can also carry diseases like rabies. Therefore, bats must be removed for your protection.