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Hey Destination Wildlife,
By far best article out there. Great job.
I can imagine you are being bombarded with emails like mine.
Real short version, we just moved into home, and it is in the woods. It is so quiet there that the gnawing and scampering wakes us up to include the dog.
1. I have been trying to get a locate on entry point from a few days now to see what (how many) I am up against.
Activity occurs 0100-0400. May also occur during the day, I am working or doing things and have not noticed. I have no trees anywhere close to building and am guessing they are climbing up siding? I saw more squirrels on our city property than out here.
I eyeballed everything and see no structural damage, gabs, holes or creases anywhere in/near/along roof, soffit or vents…..
Continue to observe? Or start looking in the attic via very tight access door? (I am no longer young, slim and nimble).
Squirrels don't make noise at night. You may have flying squirrels. You've got to inspect the house and find the entry hole(s).
Ok, thanks for your recommendation. Unfortunately, because this is a street of row houses in an urban neighborhood, there are many access holes. I wouldn't know where to place the trap outdoors. Plus, there are several squirrels in my ceiling, and I don't even know how many exactly. I'd have to trap and release, trap and release.
I guess I'll give the ceiling a try for now, and if that doesn't work, then I don't know what I'll try next. It may just be easier to move.
Thanks again for all your help,
Hello Destination Wildlife,
We have squirrels in an old unused chimney that used to vent a potbelly stove. The squirrels have pushed out the grate that is inside the house and now we have nesting material and droppings falling out inside the room. We are going to try some of the methods you suggested but my concern is over handling the squirrel waste. Does the waste carry disease that we should be concerned about? What is the best way to remove the nesting leaves and waste? It is accessible through a small hole in the inside(grate hole) but my concern is mostly about the possibility of disease.
I think I have a mother raccoon and babies in my chimney. I hear squealing and other noises in the chimney. I was hoping to find a price for the removal of the animals.
I believe a raccoon may be living in or accessing my basement. I’m moving things out of my house, and had clothing on the basement floor to sort for give away. On Saturday morning I found several pieces of clothing that was very wet with pinkish sticky fluid. I am a nurse and I suspected that something had given birth. There was too much fluid for a rodent, and I have no pets. Last evening I found two spots of urine soaked carpet in the same spot in the basement. I have called a pest control company, but I’m wondering if I need an expert. I’m readying my house for sale, and this is definitely an impediment to the process and my living in the house.
Can you help me?
Recently, we had a local licensed pest control expert remove bats from the building. We have one area where the bats that did not find their way out the one way opening decomposing. The village and the library boards are concerned about contamination from the dead bats and guano. The person we contacted says that as long as the guano is not disturbed histoplasmosis we are ok. My question is does the guano and dead bats need to be removed or are they a health risk?