Wildlife Removal Merrillville Indiana

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  • How to remove bats in the attic
  • Attic Restoration & Damage Repairs
  • Dead Animal Removal Services
  • Best Ways To Get Rid Of Rats

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Animal Removal in Merrillville Indiana – Michigan City Wildlife Control Services

We operate a full-service Merrillville wildlife control company, and with our full house/grounds inspection, we can offer solutions to prevent animal problems in the future.

When we do an inspection, we will be able to tell you what the problem is. With a complete understanding of the animals we work with, we can quickly and easily identify which pest animals are causing the problem and exactly where the animals are gaining entry. With our expertise and vast awareness of wildlife, we work efficiently, solving your Merrillville Indiana nuisance animal problem as quickly as possible.

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Raccoons are known to find their way into our homes, garages, barns, and porch spaces; however, do we really know how vulnerable our house is to such intrusion? How do you determine your home's level of exposure? Read on to learn ways to inspect and animal proof your house from raccoon invasion this winter season.

Interior Home Inspections

To begin assessing how open your home is to the wild animal community, particularly raccoons, it is crucial to inspect the inside and outside of your house. Look for weak spots and pay close attention to dark, warm areas. These are ideal shelter spots for raccoons. Indoors, try starting in your basement. If you do not have a basement, turn to your utility room, crawl space, or garage as an option in its place.

Animal Proofing Your Home

Once an inspection has been completed, it is important to move onto animal proofing your home right away. The areas that were labeled weak, exposed, and open should be sealed immediately. By closing off the areas of access, you can stop further intrusion. It is very crucial to have all existing raccoons removed from your home with the help of a professional company before sealing off these access points.

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  • Diet: What Do Raccoons Eat?

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Eliminate Skunk Food and Shelter


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Encouraging wildlife into your garden

It's lovely when you see a hedgehog crawl out from beneath a pile of logs, or a bat emerge from your self built bat house just after dark.

By encouraging wildlife into your garden it not creates a feeling of happiness but also continues to provide important habitats for animals. Below are some tips and ideas to keep up the wild side of your garden.

Planting trees is the most apparent means of creating habitats for mammals and birds; by planting native tree species this will provide food all year round for insects and birds. The tree will offer shelter depending on its size all types of creatures will benefit, and quite often create their home beneath or within the tree.

Bird tables become very popular to birds during winter when they find it harder to find local foods, place sunflower seeds, unsalted peanuts, or chopped fruit onto a feeding station in your garden, it may take a few days for the birds to take to the food, but when they know its there the feed will be eagerly taken.

If you have the space then try and leave a section of your garden over grown and undisturbed, place a few logs in there, and leave them to rot, hedgehogs are likely to see this kind of environment as a perfect home for hibernation.

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  • Do Mothballs and Ammonia Help Repel Skunks?

  • Raccoon Feces & Urine – Do They Cause Disease?

Are The Bats Out Of Control?


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Encouraging wildlife into your garden

It's lovely when you see a hedgehog crawl out from beneath a pile of logs, or a bat emerge from your self built bat house just after dark.

By encouraging wildlife into your garden it not creates a feeling of happiness but also continues to provide important habitats for animals. Below are some tips and ideas to keep up the wild side of your garden.

Planting trees is the most apparent means of creating habitats for mammals and birds; by planting native tree species this will provide food all year round for insects and birds. The tree will offer shelter depending on its size all types of creatures will benefit, and quite often create their home beneath or within the tree.

Bird tables become very popular to birds during winter when they find it harder to find local foods, place sunflower seeds, unsalted peanuts, or chopped fruit onto a feeding station in your garden, it may take a few days for the birds to take to the food, but when they know its there the feed will be eagerly taken.

If you have the space then try and leave a section of your garden over grown and undisturbed, place a few logs in there, and leave them to rot, hedgehogs are likely to see this kind of environment as a perfect home for hibernation.

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  • Baby Raccoon Removal & Rescue

  • Common Myths About Nuisance Bats


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