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East Lake wildlife control tip of the month:
Hey David - It is Scott In Florida Wildlife Control. You said if I were to get stumped to give you a
shout well I am almost there. I have a squirrel job going right now if you look at the attached picture
you will see the current 90 degree nose cone attached East Lake animal control to a colony trap. We started out with double door
walk through traps placed in the squirrel's runs inside of the attic to buy us time tell we got some of our
colony traps freed up from other jobs. We caught one male gray squirrel inside the attic. Two days ago we
installed the colony. Above the gutters in the attached East Lake animal control picture there were several large holes in the facia
board that we closed off with wire mesh, there are 4 roof vents that the squirrels or raccoons(there is a pile
of raccoon scat on the roof against the chimney but no other sign of raccoon activity inside the attic) have
pushed the screens in and cages are required but East Lake animal control the home owner is not wanting to spend the money on stainless
steel cages that we both know are needed. Inside the attic in one corner there is a small passage that leads
to another section of soffit and we are thinking that there is a nest there but we are unable to get a good
view with our fiber optic camera. So we are gonna East Lake animal control go out tomorow seal off the roof vents from the inside with
wire mesh, make sure all food sources on the inside are removed. and double check our colony trap that the home
owner is claiming is still empty and is complaining that she can still here the squirrels in the attic.
So we have either missed another hole which I strongly doubt, they are getting in and out of the roof vents,
or she maybe hearing young squirrels that are not strong enough to East Lake pest control push the springloaded colony trap door open.
We have not used a bait in our colony and usually don't and we have not used predator scent in the attic but are
giving both a thought. We may also need to dig into the soffit from East Lake pest control the outside in the suspected nest area to see what we have.
This time of year I am betting on almost full grown young. The hole and trap are roughly 30' off the ground so we are pretty
sure no one is toying with the trap trying to skip out on a bill. I East Lake pest control am almost to the point of setting 110 conibears in their
runs inside of the attic. Any idea's suggestions etc would be greatly appreciated. Thanks Scott
Seal all the holes.
If they get busted open, it's raccoon. What time - day or East Lake wildlife removal night - is East Lake animal trapping the customer hearing the noise? Baby squirrels
should be big enough by now. But if not, I've found that I can catch them by cutting the spring on the one-way door
to lower the tension. They get thirsty, so oranges set as bait East Lake wildlife removal can East Lake animal trapping catch thirsty squirrels.
They are hearing
the noises during the day, when we first got on sight I was betting money that raccoon had taken the hole over then
got in the attic and there was no sign of it. But I East Lake exterminator would bet good money it wasn't far behind. But yeah we have gotten
the one gray out, their have been some walnut scraps found and two squirrels have been spotted in the attic. I haven't
thought about cutting the springs down before but East Lake exterminator shouldn't need it now. It has to be the roof vents, and I will give
the oranges a try. Thanks for the prompt reply and the help! Scott
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