Greenwich Wildlife Removal

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Welcome! Greenwich Wildlife Removal is a full-service pest control company specializing only in the removal of nuisance animals in Greenwich, Connecticut. Whether you have a problem with squirrels in the attic, a raccoon in your garbage, skunks under your shed, rats or mice in your house, a snake in your yard, or a problem with birds or bats, we can solve it! We are fully trained and know everything about the wildlife of Connecticut. We answer our phone 24/7, and can schedule a same-day or next day appointment. Call us at 203-987-3439 and see why we are voted Greenwich's best animal removal company! Some of the services we offer include:

  • Humane Animal Trapping & Relocation
  • Home, Roof, and Attic Inspections
  • Preventative and Animal Damage Repairs
  • Attic Cleanup, Feces Cleanup, Odor Control
  • Greenwich, CT Snake Removal
  • Poison-free Rat & Mouse Control - Permanent
  • Bat Removal and Bird Control
  • Dead Animal Carcass Removal

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Greenwich trapping We are amongst the fastest growing and top-ranked pest control companies in the area. Backed by our set ethical philosophies, we are dedicated to stay true to our roots as a family-run business while providing experienced, amicable, and discreet critter elimination service. We specialize in bat removal, skunk elimination, raccoon control, and other wildlife extermination services. We also ensure odor-control, zero pest-recurrence problems, and wildlife damage repairs. We use updated animal control services to eliminate pests and critters in the best possible way. We have employed advanced pest elimination techniques that are family and pet safe to exterminate bugs, birds, mice, skunks, etc. Stay protected 24/7 by hiring our licensed and insured pest control team that guarantees 100% customer satisfaction and security. We offer competitive rates for pest removal services. Get quotes over the call and book your immediate appointments to restore your peace of mind. We stand out because we use humane pest removal services and prevent unwanted wildlife critters from invading your property. Our dedicated team of professionals aim to prevent the problem the first time properly so you dont have to deal with similar problems in the future. Our trained and experienced professionals are certified to decontaminate, deodorize, restore, insulate, and repair your property. We pride ourselves in providing complete inspection of the area, a detailed quote, and a professional pest control service. Contact us now for advice, quotes, and bookings.

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Every wildlife situation is different: What type of animals? do you need trapping, prevention, repairs, cleanup? Call us and we can give pricing for your situation.

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We are experts in the wild animals of Connecticut. We treat these animals with respect, in a humane manner. We are not a typical Greenwich exterminator company. We focus on complete solutions, and have experience with every type of unwanted critter in Greenwich, CT. Example animals we handle include:

  • Greenwich animals in the attic like squirrels
  • Greenwich rodent extermination - no poisons
  • Greenwich bat removal and Greenwich bird control
  • Greenwich snake removal, Greenwich dead animal removal

Greenwich wildlife control Tip of the Month:

Biology of a Black Rat

The black rat weighs in at about 200g and grows to almost 7 inches long from the front of the nose to the tip of its tail, making it slightly smaller than the other most common species of rat in the world, the Norway rat. Despite its name, all members of the black rat species are not strictly of black color (though it is the most common among the species). In fact, they have been recorded to have fur coats with colors ranging from lighter shades of black to many hues of brown to even a rare few being of a tinted green variety. Its fur is rough and uneven, with the tail barely covered in any fur.

Upon reaching sexual maturity at the age of about four months, black rats are ready to mate in the months between March and November. After mating, the couple rarely sticks together, and the female is left to breed the young on her own. Black rats can produce an astounding number of offspring in a single cycle, with one mother even recorded to give birth to 56 young at the same time. After they are born, the mother only cares for the babies for the first few days of their lives, feeding them milk, before they venture out on their own. The mother can also choose to mate during this period, which further increases the black rat's rate of reproduction.

After leaving the care of their mother, the black rats venture out on their own to search for food and shelter. While the young are fully equipped to hunt for their food and grow to full adult size in about 3 to 5 months, their lifespans are very short, with most not living to see the next year. This short lifespan can be attributed to the fact that the black rat easily falls prey to some predators like cats and birds of prey, but it is also due to human efforts to control their population since they carry deadly diseases.

Though the black rat originated from India and southeastern parts of Asia, it is now commonly found around the world, mostly in countries with warm climates. While it did migrate on its own from India to Egypt and then to Europe, it was the Europeans that helped spread it over the world when they unknowingly imported rats living on ships to places they would visit, earning it the nickname "ship rat." They can adapt to almost any environment to find a suitable place to live, be it high buildings, trees or even burrowing in the ground.

Black rats are true omnivores; they will eat anything and everything. They are known to prefer fruits and nuts over meat, but they are generally not very picky when it comes to food.

Black rats tend to live in large groups consisting of multiple females and males, with dominant males being more sexually active, and are primarily nocturnal. They also exhibit destructive behaviors: ripping off bark trees, destroying crops, contaminating food supplies. This is the main reason why they are considered great pests.

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We service local towns such as Rye Brook, Port Chester, Armonk, Thornwood, Hawthorne. If in doubt about our service range near Greenwich, or the wildlife services we offer, give us call at 203-987-3439. We look forward to hearing from you and helping you with your Greenwich pest control critter problem! 209 River Rd Ext, Cos Cob, CT 06807