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16Mar

Tips to Prevent property damage caused by wildlife

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Preventing Wildlife Property Damage Animals are well-equipped with the tools and skills needed to access entry points within homes and other properties. Rodents, birds, insects and certain types of amphibian species are common animal breeds that are prone to entering through windows, chimneys, in addition to attic and basement spaces. Factors such as temperature, climate […]
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16Mar

How to deal with winter pests

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How to deal with winter pests As the winter season comes to a close, animals move in and out of migration. The fact of the matter is that pests invade homes and other properties year-round. During the end of the winter season, specifically, it is helpful to know how to deal with the various types […]
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16Mar

What kinds of animals are in the Triangle in the early Spring?

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Animals in Early Spring Spring brings new life for flowers, plants, and animals. Each year in February, early March and April, various types of wildlife come back to their natural habitats from hibernation and migration. Several insect, mammal, amphibian, and reptile species return from their burrows and nests during these months, while birds return from […]
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05Mar

What kinds of wildlife are in the Triangle?

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When it comes to animal cleanup, removal, and/or exclusion, it is essential to have background information and facts on wildlife in your area. North Carolina has over 27 state parks and four national forests, and with these landmarks, comes a variety of wildlife spread out statewide. The Triangle (Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill) is large […]
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17Feb

Squirrel Nesting Habits: How They Impact Your Home

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Acorns, leaves, and squirrels, oh my! Some of the most common animals you will see in North Carolina are the fox and grey squirrel species. Trees and woods are a squirrels’ prominent habitat, however, in residential areas they become comfortable around humans. Squirrels also love warm spaces and they tend to venture into people’s homes […]
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13Feb

How To Keep Raccoons out of Your Trash

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If you have ever watched the animated Disney film Pocahontas, then you may have noticed her furry companion Meeko. Much like raccoons in real-life, Meeko was very sneaky when it came to exploring and eating. However, unlike some of the representations depicted in the movie, raccoons rarely make appearances in the daytime and normally keep away from humans. On the other […]
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09Feb

Beware of Buzzards in North Carolina

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Outdoor living is a way of life in the South, especially North Carolina. From picnics and birthday parties to football in the park, people love spending time with their families and pets outside. Occasionally, other visitors make appearances at these events. North Carolina is a common home to many different types of birds of prey. This includes Turkey Vultures, […]
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09Dec

Red Squirrels

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There are two species of pine squirrels: the red squirrel and Douglas pine squirrel. Pine squirrels are 10 to 15 inches in total length and weigh 1/3 to 2/3 pounds. Red squirrels are red-brown above with white under-parts. Douglas squirrels are gray-brown above with yellowish underparts. Both species have small ear tufts and often have […]
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08Dec

Opossums

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Trivia Question: True or False? Opossums are the only North American marsupial and have pouches, like Kangaroos.   Correct Trivia Answer: TRUE – The opossum is the only marsupial in North America. Like other marsupials, the blind, helpless young develop in a pouch.   A opossum is a whitish or grayish mammal about the size […]
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