732-508-3691 We run a professional wildlife removal business operating in Manalapan Township, New Jersey. We service the whole Monmouth County metropolitan area, and do much of our work in Manalapan Township. We are a full-service
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solve wild animal problems in New Jersey. We solve the root of the problem, by performing home repairs to keep animals out, and preventative measures in addition to critter trapping
and removal. We offer a variety of services, from animal damage repair to waste cleanup, dead animal removal and odor control, and more. We handle several nuisance wildlife
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Manalapan Township wildlife control tip of the month: Will a wild animal in the attic have a nest of babies?
Not necessarily but it will depend hugely on the time of year, if it is early spring right through to early summer and your intruder is a single animal then there is a very good chance that it is a pregnant Female and she is mainly looking for a safe warm place to give birth and then rare her young. If you look at it from a critters point of view your attic looks like a giant tree hollow or hole in the ground with the proverbial truckload of nesting material, your roof insulation, these factors make it look like it has been heaven sent to any pregnant Female critter.
If you can chase out a pregnant Female then your Manalapan Township animal control problem is solved, as long as she doesn't return of course. With creatures like squirrels you can probably prevent them returning pretty easily but other critters like raccoons are a different matter because they determined raccoon would just rip a hole in the wall to get into the attic, but there are other Manalapan Township pest control ways of discouraging raccoons. Once the Female has given birth and has a nest full of babies a whole new set of problems arise.
In most jurisdictions it is actually illegal to trap or bait or injure in any way a nursing Female wild animal, this is because trapping and relocating or baiting and killing the Female is considered animal cruelty towards the babies because without their mother they will starve to death. With a lot of other animals, like bats, it is just plain illegal to kill them, you need to check with your Manalapan Township wildlife removal to see what your local regulations are once you know what you're dealing with.
I have read where people say just to let her rare her babies and then the whole lot will leave, and with some critters it may appear to be the case but you can almost bet when next spring comes and she's pregnant again she will return, why wouldn't she. The babies will not return because they will be off having their own territories but the Females will remember where they were raised and what it looked and smelled like so they are most likely to try and find another attic to nest in.
On the odd occasion that you know a nesting Female has been killed, maybe by your dog or a local predator your first objective should be to find the nest and remove the babies. There are a couple of things you can do with babies, one is you can try and hand rare them yourself, another is you can find a Manalapan Township animal trapping carer who will attempt to rare them by hand, the third is you can hand them over to Manalapan Township exterminator who will euthanize them.
To learn more about our Manalapan Township pest animal removal services, visit the Monmouth County animal trapping and removal home page or give us a call at 732-508-3691.