Bridgeport Wildlife Removal
24/7 cell phone: 203-635-4650
If you have an issue with a DOG or CAT, call Fairfield County Animal Control at 203-576-7727
Yes, you can call us 24/7. Connecticut wildlife don't take weekends off, and neither do we. Our company specializes in the removal of unwanted wildlife from property, houses, and attics. We service the Bridgeport, CT region. Call us
now to discuss your problem, get pricing, and schedule an appointment.
FULL-SERVICE BRIDGEPORT WILDLIFE COMPANY: We pride ourselves on being the most thorough and complete wildlife removal in Bridgeport. We do not simply set a cage trap on the ground and hope that'll solve the animal problem. We
address the root cause of the wildlife issue, and follow a complete step-by-step plan, including the following services:
- INSPECTION - We inspect the building and property to fully understand the cause of the wildlife issue. We aim to permanently solve your problem, by addressing the cause.
- ANIMALS IN ATTICS - If you have wildlife in the attic, we enter the attic and identify the animal(s), any damage they have caused, and remove them there, if possible.
- HUMANE WILDLIFE TRAPPING - Most jobs call for the capture and removal of animals. We put our years of experience to use in order to safely, humanely, and effectively catch the target animal(s).
- ENTRY HOLE REPAIRS - If you've got animals in your house, it is vital to find and repair all open entry holes. Our repairs are professional grade and backed by warranty.
- ATTIC CLEANUP - When necessary, we thoroughly clean and decontaminate your attic, to prevent mold, pathogens, and odors.
- BRIDGEPORT BAT REMOVAL - We pride ourselves on a 100% success rate in the live removal of bats from buildings in Connecticut.
- BRIDGEPORT BIRD REMOVAL - We install preventative barriers to keep pigeons and other birds off of Connecticut buildings.
- BRIDGEPORT RODENT CONTROL - We know a permanent way to get rid of rats or mice.
We offer many other services in addition to the above listed. We perform dead animal removal, removal of Connecticut snakes, mole trapping, and more. We can solve pretty much any nuisance animal complaint. We are a private business,
we are not Bridgeport Animal Control agency or the Fairfield County Animal Services - they only handle domestic animals, such as dogs and cats. Here are some of the species we commonly deal with:
Bridgeport Raccoon Removal
- Raccoons are a common animal in Connecticut. They break into attics, destroy property, eat garbage, and more.
Bridgeport Squirrel Removal
- We deal with squirrels in attics and eaves all year, but mostly in late summer and late winter.
Bridgeport Opossum or Skunk Removal
- We trap a wide variety of pest animals, from possums, to skunks, and more.
Bridgeport wildlife removal company services Bridgeport, CT. We service the following towns, Greenwich, Stamford, Darien, New Canaan, Wilton, Norwalk, Westport, Weston, Easton, Fairfield, Trumbull, Bridgeport, Stratford, Monroe and Milford.
Bridgeport wildlife control tip of the month: Opossum baby information - When most wild animals are born on our lands or within our homes, we often go weak at the knees - firstly because a baby has been born, and secondly, because it is not every day that an animal, such as the opossum has its babies on our property! The thing about having wild animals in your home is that they often come with a whole range of problems. For example, the baby opossum can sometimes stay in the place that it was born until it reaches sexual maturity. For those of you that don't know, this can be anywhere up to a year! Usually, they will stay with their mother in the pouch, (hence the name marsupial, just like a kangaroo) until they are weaned, which is usually around the two month old mark, but it is common for the marsupial to stay in that place and call it its home for much longer, and that is when you start to run into bigger problems. The problem with having baby opossums is the urine and feces. For a start, the urine can and will attract other opossums, fights will break out because they are territorial in nature, and there will be a whole manner of havocs wreaked! On top of that, the urine will stain anything it comes into contact with, the feces will stink to high heaven, and that's not all - they can both contain nasty diseases and parasites; both of which can be harmful to other family member; pets and humans alike. You will often hear these critters if you listen hard enough for them - the babies will make noises similar to that of their parents when angered or threatened, usually a hissing or growling noise, and when calling to their mother, you will usually hear a "choo" noise, similar to a sneeze.
Reader mail feedback: Hello, loved your site. My elderly mother has been in and out of the hospital since July. Several of us were staying in her home (which has been primarily not inhabited since July) last weekend. I saw a flying squirrel and the little guy just appeared not too frightened of me. He sat on the back of a chair in one of the bedrooms, just checking me out. I spoke to my mother who was happy, because she had these late night visitors a couple of years ago (as well as two cats at that time) and thought they were gone. Well, not so much...Her friend/caregiver, had put out mouse poison, which I had already been getting rid of (I don't kill anything, except stink bugs on rare occasion). She has a lot of mice, and has been saying that the squirrels kept the mice at bay, any truth to that? Despite the fact that her house (old in Bridgeport CT) is usually very quiet, and with four men, two children and myself, making all kinds of noise, AND A LARGE DOG, the fellow came down stairs twice (maybe not the same one) and periodically checked us out from high places, he definitely seem interested/curious. My brother does not have as much as a 'live and let live' philosophy as myself, and is clamoring to 'get rid' of them. He fears fire secondary to chewing. I one the other hand put out some water and corn (as my mother has done). Suggestions? Also, while you are there, We have a colony of rats that has been in the barn (horses room mates) here since we moved in about 7 years ago. I have always had a couple rats in my barns, but no big deal. These guys are like, well, ever see the Secret of Nimh? (spelling?) The move a tremendous amount of manure to other places in the barn, it gets to be quite a job cleaning up each spring . Again other than moth balls, I have not attempted to get them to leave. Any suggestions? Sorry this is lengthy, but when I saw the small print at the bottom, putting squirrels and emotions, and intellect, I felt akin. They look like they have FUN when they play, joy is an emotion, right? Thanks, and be well, Heather - Oh, yeah, my son slept downstairs and evidently they played around most of the night, including running over his feet a few times. I thought it was pretty cool, he was kind of freaked about it, lol.
My response: If you want to solve any animal problems in a humane and responsible manner, you have to deny the animals access inside the house - let them live outside. Find any open holes in the house, and seal them shut. As for the barn, that's a lot harder. So keeping the barn clean is the best bet, if you don't want to do a trapping program. Poison is the worst. Also, I don't think Flying Squirrels will keep mice away - I've seen both living together. But, critters are complex, so maybe.
Read more about wildlife: Raccoon Removal
| Squirrel Removal
| Skunk Removal
| Rat Removal
| Bat Removal
- Remember, we are not a pest control or exterminator, we do humane wildlife removal Bridgeport.