Vancouver Raccoon Removal

Call us any time for raccoon removal and wildlife removal in the Vancouver area. I have spoken with the field technician in Vancouver and he fully understands Washington raccoons and their behavior, and the proper methods for humane removal. For me to recommend him, he has agreed to abide by rules of humane wildlife removal, all Clark County and Washington wildlife laws, and have a thorough understanding of wildlife biology and the concerns associated with critter removal, such as the welfare of the animals, the presence of baby raccoons in the attic, and the need to perform complete wildlife removal services with permanent results, utilizing techniques such as home inspections, preventative repairs, and animal waste cleanup.

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Here is some additional information about our Vancouver wildlife removal and raccoon control services. We are based out of Vancouver, and service the entire area.

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Vancouver Washington Raccoon Control Situation: What Should I do if I Find a Nest of Raccoons in the Attic?

If you don't own any pets and you hear loud scratching noises at night, there is a chance that you were invaded by raccoons. You should inspect your attic carefully and see if there are unwanted critters which have found their way inside your property. They might never want to leave if they discovered that your house is cozy and contains a lot of food.

Raccoons are great tree climbers. They are usually able to access your attic or rooftops by way of tree branches. Usually, female raccoons leave the wild and go to nearby buildings or houses in order to give birth. They also go inside attics to raise their young. Houses can provide warmth during the winter season. They are also safe from predators when they are inside your attic. If you found out that a group of raccoons finds their way inside your home, you should call a wildlife expert if you are unsure of what to do next.

Baby raccoons can't survive without their mother in their first two to three weeks of existence. It is therefore important to wait for them to grow up before relocating them. An experienced mother raccoon will teach her pups how to climb trees, and search for the best places where they can find food. You should wait until such time when relocating raccoons. It is inhumane to let the babies suffer from cold and hunger because of their separation from their mother.

Steps on How to Get Rid of Raccoons in your Attic

Seal off entry points. If you are able to trap the mother raccoon, scour your attic for any signs of baby raccoons. If they are located in inaccessible areas, you have the option to call a pest control professional. Use thick wood or metal to shut any entrances. Set baits that lead to trapping cages. Raccoons are easier to catch than rats since they are not very wary of their environment. You should check with your state laws and regulations if you are allowed to relocate a raccoon. Some states prohibit the relocation of wild animals since they can contain rabies and other diseases. If you are able to safely remove the nest of raccoons from your attic, disinfect the area and clean it thoroughly.

Don'ts in Raccoon Removal

Never use poison when trying to get rid of these critters. This can be cruel and inhumane. The raccoons can take several days to die. They will have the time to sneak into small holes in your walls. This can lead to bigger problems. A raccoon corpse smells bad. There might be a chance that this smell will stay for several days especially if the raccoon is not removed immediately.

If you are unsure of what to do, the best move is to contact a professional. They can give you advice, quotations, and tips on preventions. Many professionals have a lot of experience when dealing with many kinds of critters. They know what to do. Contact one today.

If you wish to learn more, click on the How to Get Rid of Raccoons in the Attic home page. For wildlife control, animal trapping services, and raccoon control in Clark County, Washington, call us at 360-450-6288, and ask to talk about raccoons in the attic in Vancouver, WA.