• Have Bees Invaded Your Home?

    Brent Wallace, son of a homeowner in Spring, Texas, recently discovered the stuff of nightmares in his mother’s home. Fourteen years ago, Wallace noticed a hive of bees in the first story wall of the house and had it removed. Six months later, the bees returned.

  • 17 Species of Snake in New York

    There are 17 species of snake in New York. And they are all integral parts of their ecosystems. As prey for foxes and hawks and predators for rodents of all sorts, they are an irreplaceable link in New York food chains.

  • Got Bats? Give us a call at 800-273-6673

    Oh yes– it’s bat season!  Those things you seeing flying around your house at dusk are not birds– they’re bats!

    If you see a bat in your house, DO NOT TOUCH IT!   If you can, trap it in one room and give us a call.

  • Grey Squirrel Entry Point– Stamford, CT

  • Coyotes in Suburban Areas

    “When the population gets too high, you need to have a proper trapping program coming in and removing coyotes every year to lessen the chance of an incident,” said Dreisacker. “The coyote numbers aren’t going to go down, they’re just going to keep going up.”

  • Coyote Behavior and Characteristics

    Coyotes living in New York State have the appearance similar to that of a German Shepard.  Some physical traits include:

  • Importance of Attic and Basement Clean Outs

    Greetings Westchester Wildlife enthusiasts! The holidays are upon us again! It’s the perfect time of year to seal active animal entry points and clean out animal waste left behind in attics, basements, or crawl spaces before your company arrives.

  • Northern Flying Squirrels in Your Home

    FLYING SQUIRRELS IN YOUR HOME:

    The Northern Flying squirrels will often find small openings in the corners of dormers on the home around the gutter line where drip edge may be missing. Also, in a rotted soffit area or just simply use an entrance created by a woodpecker or other animal.

  • Northern Flying Squirrel: Mating Season

    Mating Season:

    The mating season begins late March and early April. It is common for the male to be driven off by their mate before their young are born since the female northern flying squirrel is territorial, whereas the male is not (Mammath and Mulheisen, 1996).

  • Northern Flying Squirrel: Feeding Habits and Nesting

    Feeding Habits:

    A major food source for flying squirrels is mushroom fungi, or truffles of various species. They also eat lichens, mushrooms, all mast-crop nuts, tree sap, insects, carrion, bird eggs and nestlings, buds and flowers.