If You Have Wildlife, We'll Keep it Out Of Your Home
North Georgia Wildlife prides itself in getting rid of wildlife of all kinds in the North Georgia and Atlanta areas. More than that, we do wildlife exclusion, which means that not only do we get rid of them, we make it so that they cannot come back into your home. We can restore the safety and security you need to your home, without the little pitter-patter of feet running around either the inside of your home, basement or your attic. We do all kinds of wildlife exclusion, making sure that your home is free of wildlife for good.
We do wildlife exclusion on the following animals, including;
- and many others!
Don’t know what you’re looking at? We’ve compiled a small glossary of some of the most common animals below so that you can perhaps identify what you’re looking at. If you still don’t know, call us and we’ll help you identify it– then get rid of it!
Common as you might know, and a ton of fun to watch, until they’re in the attic of your house at 3am, rustling around, making nests in your home, and being a general nuisance. They can be quite destructive in a home, including chewing electrical cables, gathering insulation to make nests– and then breeding their young and raising a new generation of squirrels that will drive you nuts at night. They don’t belong in your home. Let us know, and we’ll get them out.
Nick named the “masked bandit,” The raccoon certainly lives up to it’s name. In nature they feed on plants, fruits and vegetables, small animals, crustaceans and fish. However, they are very adaptable to urban life where the learn to raid garbage cans, pet food and even camper’s tents. Raccoons seldom build their own dens. They would rather invade hollow logs caves and even our homes. Raccoons have even been known to pick locks to enter a building where food can be found. These nocturnal mammals are a known vector of rabies and should only be removed by a wildlife specialist.
The skunk or polecat may look pretty, but that is just an allusion. Skunks have anal glands that can cover their enemy with a very foul nauseating spray. They normally feed on grubs, worms and occasionally fish. Skunks are a known vector for rabies and should only be dealt with by a professional wild life expert. Contact North GA Wildlife or the Department of Natural Resources if you see a skunk during the day or acting strangely.
The Opossum is America’s only marsupial. They feed on almost anything that you wouldn’t eat yourself. Over ripe fruit, garbage, slugs, snails and dead animals are just a few of the items on his diet. Hollow logs, caves and even our attics and crawl spaces are places where they may decide to call home. While they may growl and hiss when provoked, opossums are very docile creatures and will usually “play dead” when cornered. Although they have such nature, they can bite and should not be handled.