Do you have an issue with the wildlife on your property? Do you know something is there, but aren’t sure what it is? Our courteous, well-trained staff will take the time to listen and answer your questions to determine the best course of action for your specific wildlife problem. We have over 30 years experience dealing with wildlife pests.
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Can USA Wildlife really get rid of the wild animal?
When we say we will SOLVE your wildlife problem, we mean from start to finish. Our services extend beyond the removal of the problem animal. We will clean and sanitize the affected area, and take preventative measures to discourage future ‘visitors’. We have repair specialists on staff to restore your home or building to like-new. We take great pride in our restoration work and guarantee your satisfaction.
Or Is it a Bat?
We are bat removal specialists, licensed throughout the state of Missouri. Bats present the most complex and difficult removal of all species of animals native to Missouri.
When a bat enters the home it can hide nearly anywhere. Due to their small size, bats can get in to crevices as small as 1/4″ by 1″.
Signs of a bat problem:
Visible accumulations of Bat Guano (droppings/feces)
Bat guano accumulates rapidly and presents a health hazard
Bat Guano looks similar to mouse droppings but is usually found in large piles next to walls either inside or outside.
Bat Guano will sometimes be stuck to walls and windows
Dark brown staining may appear at the entry point
Bat guano should not be cleaned by conventional means due to health risks.
What about Beavers
We have over 30 years experience with beaver and other wild animal control. We use effective humane traps and guarantee satisfaction. We are beaver control specialists!
Signs of beaver infestation:
Chew marks (banding) near the base of standing trees
A lodge or den with beaver tracks around it
Unfortunately, beaver removal is not as simple as it might seem. Destruction of a beaver dam does not usually drive the beaver away. Even a small colony can rebuild a dam in less than 24 hours. Effective removal is difficult and time-consuming.
Our trained specialists will physically capture and remove the beaver from your property and clean up the damage in compliance with the Missouri Conservation Department’s regulations. We can also help you take preventative measures to keep new colonies from getting established.
Aside from the obvious odor, skunks may dig up lawns and landscaping looking for grubs and other insects. They will take up residence in small spaces under homes or porches, and are difficult to discourage. Skunks are the most likely of all land mammals to carry rabies and other communicable diseases, so if you have a resident skunk, it is best to get professional help for skunk control and removal. Wildlife Control Solutions guarantees to solve your skunk problem for good!
The main damage caused by moles is in lawns, gardens and golf courses. They do not enter homes and usually do not eat plant matter. Their burrowing can upset the root systems of plants and grass, causing them to wilt or die. The burrows and holes can cause an uneven surface that can be dangerous or difficult to walk on or mow. Though it is less common in moles, rabies can still be an issue. Pets who may find or hunt a mole can be at risk. Smaller pets may be injured by the mole’s long, sharp claws.
Signs of opossum: tracks look like little handprints due to their long ‘thumbs’. Runs or tracks that possums use to travel to and from feeding areas. Claw marks in the mud, on trees, fence posts and gates. Possum fur where they have been fighting or where they have crawled through fences. Bark bites on trees. Possum droppings look similar to dog poop, but tend to curl more.
Coyotes are a rampant problem in parts of Missouri, and are rapidly becoming a common nuisance in urban and suburban areas, including St. Louis City and County. Coyotes look somewhat like small German Shepherds, but with lighter coloring and longer noses and legs. Adult coyotes can weigh up to 50 pounds, and are up to 6 feet long from nose to end of tail. Coyote tracks usually look slightly longer and narrower than regular dog tracks.