Wildlife Animals & Pest Insect Library

Insect Pests We Handle
Yellow Jackets, Hornets, Wasps, Ants, Termites, Spiders, Ticks, Silverfish, Stink Bugs, Moths, Flies, Beetles, Millipedes, Cockroaches, Carpenter Bees, Gnats, Fleas, Mosquitos, & Mites.

Wildlife Pests We Handle
Raccoons, Bats, Birds, Squirrels, Moles, Skunks, Groundhogs, Opossums, Rodents, Geese, Chipmunks, Muskrats, Snakes, Voles, Shrews, Coyotes, Woodpeckers, & Dead Animals.

Wildlife Species Info

Raccoons are the most destructive kind of pests there are. Raccoons will grip ahold of roofing material and create large holes to get into attics. These animals also infest areas such as under porches, decks, patios, and outbuildings. BWS offers services of raccoon trapping, raccoon damage repair, and attic cleanup. Learn more about raccoons and BWS services on our raccoon species page.

Bats infest attics by the dozens, and the only way to get rid of them is by hiring a company. Bat guano will accumulate in attics over time, and many residences with bat infestation need attic cleanup. We at BWS can offer these services along with bat exclusion. Attic cleanup will take place only after the exclusion is done to avoid more waste buildup. Learn more about bats and BWS services on our bat species page.

Squirrels chew holes around the roofline to get into attics. Having squirrels in the attic can be a fire hazard because squirrels will chew on electrical wiring. BWS offers services including squirrel trapping, squirrel damage repair, and attic cleanup. Our company uses specially made squirrel traps to capture squirrels in a timely manner. If you are having squirrel issues, call us now. Learn more about squirrels & BWS services on our squirrel species page.

Moles are notorious lawn damaging pests. Moles will dig tunneling throughout a homeowners yard. Problems with moles become more serious over time because other moles will be attracted to the available tunneling systems on the property. There is no long term solution for moles since they travel underground. For that reason BWS offers yearly programs for mole control. Learn more about mole removal and BWS services on our mole species page.

Skunks will take harborage under decks, patios, and other outbuildings. If it wasn’t for the horrible odor skunks produce when they spray then skunks almost wouldn’t be considered a nuisance. Homeowners will generally realize they have a skunk problem when they smell skunk odors in their home or around the property. BWS offers services of skunk trapping, deck exclusions, and deodorizing crawl spaces. Learn more about these critters & BWS service on our skunk species page.

Rodents such as mice and rats will cause problems in many different kinds of buildings. The fact that many rodents chew on electrical wiring can be the main concern. Rodent droppings can also accumulate in walls and attics, not to mention it can be very irritating when you have to listen to the patter-patter and scurrying noises rodents make during the night. If you are experiencing any kid of rodent problem contact BWS now, or learn more on the rodent species page.

Birds will infest attics, crawl spaces, vents, and wall voids. Many times birds create gigantic nests inside the infested structure. Sparrows and European Starlings are usually the main culprit species. Droppings can also accumulate causing concern for disease contraction, because bird guano contains extremely harmful bacterias that people can accidentally inhale. Other common problems include birds roosting on commercial buildings & signs, and woodpeckers damaging wood siding.

Groundhogs create large burrows to accommodate a stable environment for their pups and also to avoid predators. Farmers have found groundhogs a nuisance due to behavioral habits of feeding on garden crops. Homeowners in the suburbs can also be inconvenienced when groundhogs decide to dig burrows along the foundation of homes or underneath decks and sheds. BWS offers services of groundhog trapping, deck exclusions, and filling in burrows to stop other critters from using them.