Wildlife Removal Toronto, Scarborough, North York snd More, Have the Specialists at AAA Sande Wildlife Control Looking After You.
Wildlife removal Toronto, Scarborough, North York and surrounding areas services, all state they know what they are doing, but our wildlife removal reviews say we know what we’re doing! We provide fast and effective Wildlife removal in Toronto, Scarborough, North York surrounding areas. The Wildlife we deal with and a bit of information about each animal is found below.
Raccoons are known for messing up our garbage and have people seek wildlife removal in Toronto, Scarborough, North York and more. Additionally, they are known to carry rabies and often cause fear and anxiety among people. Mating season typically starts in January and continues until March. Litters of 3 to 6 babies are born between March and July after a gestation period of about 63 days. At 9 to 11 weeks of age, baby Raccoons begin to clamor out of the den’s entry point and follow their mother on her foraging expeditions.
Young Raccoons are mature by midsummer and will generally disperse by autumn. At AAA Sande Wildlife Control, we’ve spent years enhancing our Raccoon control service, so that we can better serve your needs. When you enlist our help, we’ll work hard to locate the source of the problem and clear your property of these nuisance pests. Read more >>
The skunk’s unique black fur with white stripes is eye-catching for a reason! The bold colours act as a warning to potential predators; it may be petite, but its looming attack is powerful. Skunks can spray their strong odour up to 15 feet, using glands located under the tail. The spray can even burn an attacker’s eyes, causing short-term blindness. Since skunks are poor climbers, it is very important to close down a backyard buffet, store garbage in bins or boxes and store garbage in garbage bags or basement until pickup. You can also fit garbage cans with tight lids and secure the cans so they can’t be tipped over by the pesky black and white animals.
Although skunks do not hibernate, skunks are less active during the winter and stay in their burrows, which can be found beneath the ground, under buildings, porches, or abandoned burrows of other animals. When February arrives, males will begin looking for females for breeding. Milder winter usually bring out males in early February. Read more >>
Opossums are the only marsupial to live in North America. Wildlife removal for Opossums appear to be on the rise in the Greater Toronto Area. The opossum is a whitish or grayish animal that is the size of a house cat with a naked, rat-like tail. Its face is long and pointed with rounded, hairless ears. Its tracks look as if they were made by little human or monkey hands with a bent thumb.
Opossums den in the burrows of other large animals, in tree cavities, in brush piles, especially under sheds, decks and buildings. Occasionally, they move into attics and garages. They eat nearly everything, from insects to carrion, fruits to grains, garbage to even pet food. The breeding season for opossums begins in February. Young ones are born within two weeks after mating. Between 10 and 20 offspring leave the birth canal and crawl to the female’s pouch. Read more >>
In Toronto the primary concern involves large colonies of bats. If it’s just a few bats, it may not be a Wildlife removal deal. However, if you’ve got a typical maternity colony of bats in your home or building, it can cause a big problem. A large colony is noisy and unsettling at dusk and dawn as swarms of bats fly in and out. The main problem is that they leave their droppings and urine behind. With a large colony of bats, this really adds up. After a while, large piles of droppings form. Not only do the droppings and urine corrode wood/metal, but bat feces are very toxic and can cause illness when inhaled.
In the summer, bats may select attics for raising their young. Bats can squeeze through very tiny spaces (as narrow as 6mm). This is how they access many roosting areas. At AAA Sande Wildlife Control, we specialize and service all of the Greater Toronto Area to get rid of bats in your home, office and industrial complexes. Read more >>
Pigeons tend to breed and roost in groups. The breeding season of these birds can be all year long, provided that the climate conditions allow it. They, however, slow down during the winter months. The nesting habits of these birds are a bit unique as the male chooses a site in view of the female, selecting one stick and bringing it back, lays it in front of his mate.
The largest problem that they cause is the amount of feces they produce. It is the accumulation of pigeon feces that may pose a health hazard to the general public. The toxicity of pigeon feces is enough to corrode cement and cause damage to structures. We’re a company focused on humane pigeon control and pigeon deterrent. Our Wildlife removal system for Pigeon control methods are non-harming. By denying pigeons the access to particular regions and areas of a structure, we can change their habit and behaviour to the benefit of both humans and Pigeons. Read more >>
Starlings weigh approximately 3.2 ounces; an average starling is about the size of a robin. The adult starling has dark feathers with speckles. Starling bills (both male and female) are yellow during reproductive season, which is between January and June). Breeding normally takes place during the spring and summer. Following copulation, the female lays eggs on a daily basis for several days. If an egg is lost, she will lay another to substitute it. The colour of the eggs seems to have evolved through the relatively good visibility of blue at low light levels. They have 5 broods and come to the same nesting place year after year.
They are considered animals due to all the problems they cause, especially around livestock facilities and near urban areas. Starlings are responsible for “transferring disease from one livestock facility to another. Tests have shown that the transmissible gastroenteritis virus (TGE) can pass through the digestive tract of a starling and be infectious in the starling feces. Read more >>
Squirrels belong to a family of small or medium-sized rodents known as the Sciuridae. Squirrels reproduce twice a year (early spring and midsummer) and the gestation period is typically 30 days. Usually 1 to 15 babies are born, but only 3 to 7 survive. The babies are then nursed for 6 to 10 weeks or until the time their teeth are fully developed. They easily adapt to humans.
Wildlife removal from buildings and homes are typical nesting areas. Squirrels also love to break into a house and live in the attic or soffit. They often find a small opening and will chew a wider hole to gain access to the building. They bring nesting material into the home and make quite a bit of noise scurrying around and caching nuts.
Squirrels often fall down the chimney flue and end up dying and causing an unpleasant smell. A Squirrel poses a major problem in homes because once inside your home the electrical wires get chewed up. Squirrels can leave behind a lot of droppings and urine in the attic. The droppings not only smell bad, but they pose a biohazard, and the smell attracts new squirrels. We highly recommend our inspection services to see what damage they have done. Read more >>
The sparrow is 15 cm (5.75 in.) long. The male has a distinctive black bib and white cheeks and the female is typically plain dingy gray. Garbage, bread crumbs and fast food restaurant backyards support sparrow populations in urban habitats. The best way to control sparrow problems is by exclusion. Replace or cover broken windows in upper stories with wire mesh, plastic, wood or sheet metal. Also, it is important to seal off all openings larger than 2 cm (0.75 in.). Sparrows damage crops and gardens by pecking seeds, seedlings, buds, flowers and vegetables. They consume and spoil livestock food and water, and contaminate or deface buildings, facilities and livestock with their nests and droppings. They can also transmit many diseases and parasites of livestock, pets and humans. Read more >>
If you have a wasp or bee problem on your Toronto property, we are the company to call to take care of it. Do not attempt to remove a wasp nest or bee’s nest on your own. Wasps and bees will always attack if their nests are threatened. A professional animal control company, like us, will know how to control the use of fumigants and use other techniques that will make the removal of wasps fast and painless. Remember: if problem is not treated right away, the problem can become relatively uncontrollable. Read more >>
We provide Wildlife removal services for the area’s mentioned below:
- Greater Toronto Area: Downtown Toronto, Etobicoke, East York, York, North York and Scarborough
- Durham: Ajax, Pickering, Oshawa, and Whitby
- York Region: Aurora, King, Richmond Hill, Thornhill, Markham, Stouffville and Vaughan
- Peel Region: Brampton and Mississauga