Tools that are used for Wildlife Removal
There are many tools and equipment that are used for wildlife removal. There are many types of cages, traps, and devices that you can purchase and try to handle the situation on your own, but the bigger picture is that you need to understand wildlife behavior and their situation. Therefore, it is suggested, to hire a professional wildlife expert to remove animals/pest. Professionals have access to many tools and traps that are not available to the public. They are only available to licensed or certified companies.
When you hire a professional technician or company, you also get educated and the knowledge about disease, why the animal is preys around you property, learn about decontamination products, and more. They also have safety ladders and other tools to help with removal. You also have the knowledge what happens to the animal after it’s removed. There are laws in almost all states, that prohibit trapping wild animals- without the proper license. To remove some animals from an attic- insulation of your home becomes contaminated with fecal and urine.
Companies will provide a technique called, wildlife exclusion- where they will seal holes at entry points and ride out the animals from your home. After the animals are gone, insulation is replaced, special equipment is used and special sensors and black light spots urine contamination. There are many ways to exchange animals/mammals from your property. To protect your garden and plants, bird netting is recommended to lay over plants. You can also purchase fencing, woven wire, poly-tape fencing, electric tarp, netting or hardware cloth, help protect your property from unwanted bird/wildlife in some cases.
You can also survey your property and seal cracks, cut down weeds and seal/close up gaps and opening around the roof of your home or business or underneath it. You should store pet food, control garden or tree debris to also keep wildlife away. Be careful with using repellents, because many of them are toxic- and may cause health hazards. Some use trap boards, but be careful when the trapped animals are released and scratch you or bite.
When using traps, many species cannot be trapped without a permit. Many people purchase cages or box traps, however, homeowners are allowed to remove animals from their home within 100 yards, without a permit.