Michigan

Wildlife Removal Michigan

Located in the Great Lakes Region of the United States, Michigan has the longest freshwater coastline. The state has over 64,000 lakes and ponds. It consists of two peninsulas that are separated by the Straits of Mackinac. Our state has to a continental climate. It can vary weather with heavy thunderstorms and severe lake effect snow. We boasts more lighthouses than any other state

The need for removal of wildlife in the state is on the rise. Harsh weather changes and an abundance of water access make Michigan a great home for varied wildlife. New home and business construction affects local wildlife. They make their home in your attic, crawlspace, or any other area of your home. The most common type of wildlife that will invade your home will be raccoons, squirrels, skunks, bats, rats and birds.

Michigan is a four season state meaning that spring, summer, fall and winter all bring different challenges. Springtime means wildlife are in their breeding process. In the summer, MI wildlife is usually busy hiding from the hot weather that affects all of Michigan. In the fall, the wildlife are starting to construct their homes and find shelter to ride out the winter.

We have specific information related to the most common animals for which Wildlife Removal Professionals receive calls. Most Wildlife problems consist of squirrels, snakes, rats, birds, raccoons, and skunks. There is other wildlife like coyotes and other animals that you should never attempt to remove or control without the aid of a professional wildlife removal technician. These are wild animals and can be very dangerous when they feel threatened!

Find your City on the left, click the city nearest to your location or search to find a qualified wildlife removal company. All professionals have been pre-screened for insurance requirements and any necessary license and permits for the state.

Berrien County, Menominee County, Cass County, Ingham County, Kent County, Kalamazoo County, Genesee County