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Tucson Wildlife Control Services

We Provide a Full Range of Arizona Wildlife Removal Services

What problems do wildlife cause?

Most of the calls we get are because homeowners hear animals scurrying around inside the attic or walls. Most of the damage inside a houes or attic is unseen. Rodents like squirrels, mice, and rats often chew on electrical wires. Wildlife such as raccoons, bats, birds, opossums, and rats spread several diseases that humans can and do catch, such as Histoplasmosis, Salmonella, Leptospirosis and more. Many critters leave droppings and urine in an attic or cause mold or odor problems. We also handle animals outside the house. It could be a critter that has dug a large hole next to your house, or a raccoon in your garbage cans, an opossum that is stealing pet food, or a skunk living under your deck, causing an odor problem. Some animals destroy your garden or landscaping. Or perhaps you are simply scared of snakes. Whatever the problem is, our wildlife experts can remove the source of the problem, and prevent it from happening again. We are not a Tucson extermination company, nor pest control. We are dedicated Tucson wildlife control experts.

Tucson Raccoon Removal - Raccoons commonly live in the attic, where they cause damage. They can also cause many problems outside.

Tucson Rat Extermination - We solve rat and mouse problems PERMANENTLY, by finding and sealing shut any and all rat entry holes.

Tucson Bat Control - We have a 100% success rate safely removing Arizona bats from buildings, and we guarantee our work.

Tucson Squirrel and Rodent Removal - For any critter, such as squirrels in the attic, we remove them, repair damage, & clean.

Why is our company the best?

We believe we are Tucson's best. We do a complete job, from start to finish. We remove wildlife humanely and effectively. When we encounter animals inside a house, we inspect every part of the house, from ground to roof, to identify all the areas of entry, and we perform professional repairs, with guarantee. We inspect inside the attic to find any damage, and provide full cleaning services. We offer attic restoration, permanent rodent control, bat colony exclusion, bird prevention, snake removal, dead animal removal and odor control, and more. We are fully Arizona licensed and insured, and ready to solve your Tucson critter problem. Call us any time for a phone consulation and price quote, at 520-336-9431.

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About rats

The most famous representatives of these rodents are brown rat (Rattusnorvegicus), black rat (Rattusrattus), the domestic house mouse (Musmusculus), field mouse (Apodemus Aquarius), field vole (Microtusarvails), hamster (Cricetuscricetus), the ground squirrel (Citelluscitellus), mole rat (SPALAX typhlus), mole (Talpaeuropaea). Domestic rat ( RattusRattus) is normally bound to search for living territory near humans. Because of their special instinct for survival and searching for Tucson raccoon removal food, domestic rats are capable of going to great lengths to invade a household. A unique feature of rats is that, unless being amongst most intelligent animals, they are capable of crawl in through most tin of spaces to get to Tucson raccoon removal location they want.



Body length
Gray rats can grow from 40.5 to 47.5 inches including the Tucson snake removal tail. Adult females weight is from 400 to 500, and males of 500 to 700 grams. In the case of litter weight is 4.5 to 5.9 grams, and after 100 days is 200 to 280 grams. Initial hairiness in rat babies is usually observed after two to three days, and incisors appear after eight to ten days when they develop the distinct ability to swim. The eyes are opened after 10 to 17 days. The body temperature of an adult rat is 37.5 to 38.8 degrees. The female is sexually mature in three, a male for four Tucson snake removal months. The number of litters is usually eight to nine per year while the number of babies in a litter can be up to 23 (average 9-12). Female carries for 21 days, and breastfeeding last about 28 days. In case that female rat dies, other rate takes care of her youngsters who are still Tucson rat control breastfeeding.

One pair of rats can, theoretically, per year, produce up to15000 babies. An adult rat daily eats about 70 grams of Tucson rat control food. Its teeth can grow annually up to 14 centimeters and, therefore, has a constant need for Milling to keep them spending. In 7 days, rats can go up to 80 kilometers, from the city, and can also jump a meter in height. For six hours, the female can be mated 200 males. They live in the community, forms packs and are mostly active during the night. The lifespan of the rats starts at three and a maximum of seven years. These data indicate a very dangerous pest with which it is not easy to sustain. Grey rat is a very intelligent animal, so when it takes food, it usually tries a small amount. If it determines that the food is unsafe, it will not eat it. For this reason, prepared bait, if it contains poison, must have a delayed effect for at least few days. Necrosis takes between three and six days, and no later than nine days. Poisoned bait should be set into smaller portions - from 150 to 250 grams, in the hidden places inaccessible to other animals. Setting baits is repeated until the rodents are successfully Tucson bat removal eliminated. Howeverm the risk of other animal species dying of rat poison is very hihgh. Often, birds land onto the set trap and eat the baid. In terms of percentage, ober 90% of birds that come in contact with rat poison die. In terms of determining the number of rats present in one Tucson bat removal teritory, the unwritten rule is: if you see one rat is assumed that there are more of them in the neighboring area. In case that you see two rats, then there are about 100. If you can see three of them then about 1000, and if we see four individuals in one place, then there are a very large number.

Rats as pets
Since rats are natural amongst most intelligent animals. It is capable of forming an emotional relationship with people, and since it’s naturally bound to live near humans, it’s no surprise that it can make a good Tucson rodent extermination pet. As pets, rats are usually kept in cages with wheels set up inside them, for rats to play. Often, for devoted owners, a popular toy for their pet is also a Tucson bird control rat labyrinth.

Rats in science
Popularly called Tucson bird control lab-rats, these animals are often used in scientific research, because of their high intelligence. Lab rats participate in various scientific research. They have, over decades, contributed to numerous research results, medication and procedures being Tucson rodent extermination validated.

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Poisoning the Rats in Your Home

As we all know it can get extremely hot living in Tucson, Arizona! The heat not only affects us humans, but it also affects the wildlife living around us as well. Some wildlife critters, such as opossums, like to dig under sheds and porches on your property to try keep cool and out of the Arizona sunshine. Once they have decided your residence makes a good place to call home, they can cause some serious trouble for you, especially if they begin to nest! Our team is here to help, we specialize in prevention, as well as, wildlife trapping and removal. So give us a call before these critters take over your property, we answer our phones 24/7! We service Tucson as well as the following cities: Casas Adobes, Flowing Wells, West Valencia, Summit, Little Town, Amado, Tubac, Green Valley, Catalina Foothills, Drexel Heights, and Tanque Verde. We also service the following counties: Cochise County, Santa Cruz County, Graham County, Pinal County, Maricopa County, Laz Paz County, and Mohave County. We are ready to solve your Tucson wildlife removal issue!

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