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Opossum Removal

How To Identify Opossum Control Issues

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Opossums are small, gray creatures with bare noses and tail characteristics similar to that of a rat. They have distinct black ears and can often be identified by their tall, curvy tails. In Raleigh, NC opossums are as frequent as deer, especially at night. As expert climbers and swimmers with 10 toes, they are able to explore and venture into unusual territories.

Adaptable, nighttime species, who normally keep to themselves, are words people usually use to describe for opossums. They can live in woody and open areas, as well as rural and suburban habitats. Although the opossum is a resourceful animal, they do rely on shelter that is not theirs for the taking. You can often find opossums nesting under buildings or creating burrows under timber or hollow logs made by other animals. Some of the popular places to find opossums are under decks, crawl spaces, and sheds. This is where most opossum damage can be pinpointed,directly at your home’s foundation. They also can enter into home and businesses through small holes and unlikely entry points, and once inside, they often will find food and warm spaces to build their nests.

How We Can Help

Critter Control of the Triangle provides an on-site professional technician for circumstances involving opossums. This is why we recommend calling us for assistance if you come in contactwith opossums in or around your area. Opossums are carriers of rabies, fleas, and ticks, andinteracting with one can run the risk of transmitting a harmful disease. If you have a opossumproblem, contact our office at (919) 382-0651 for expert services on animal removal, control,and damage. We can even clean up and repair any damage done to your property, while also helping you prevent wildlife from regaining entry in your area.

Disease Risks at a Glance

While opossums can carry diseases such as leptospirosis and salmonella, they are low risk for spreading them. Opossums with rabies are extremely rare. However, they can spread fleas to pets.

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