Do Male Red Squirrels Kill Offspring When There Is Abundance of Food

Do Male Red Squirrels Kill Offspring When There Is Abundance of Food? Here’s What Studies Have Found

  In a recent study done by scientists from the University of Alberta, it was found that male red squirrels kill the baby of their male rivals in times when there is an abundance of food. The study was published in the Ecology journal and it is the first ever proof of the eccentric practice[…]

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Ways to Control Wildlife at Home This Winter

Cold winter weather often sends rodents scrambling towards warm shelter and your house could be next. Read more to learn about the various ways that you can prevent these pests from entering your home this winter. As the cold weather begins to quickly approach, the streets become emptier while we take shelter in our homes[…]

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Wildlife in Mississauga, Brampton, North York

Last Updated: June 2016 Morning in Brampton By 7:30 am SOS Wildlife Control Inc. technicians were on the road, ready to begin the day bright and early on the highway from North York to Brampton. A typical day for our technicians consists of driving out to all corners of the city to meet with customers and[…]

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How to select the right wildlife control company for you

Last Updated: June 2016 It’s no secret that there are a ton of selections for wildlife control companies in Ontario who can help you solve your wildlife problem which is why it is difficult selecting the right wildlife control company. From east of the GTA to the west, north and south, the number of options are countless.[…]

Animal Damage Repair

Last Updated: May 2016 It’s certainly not a surprise that animals can cause quite the headache to many property owners. Animal damage repair costs can be cumbersome and the time that takes to complete such repairs can be lengthy. Let’s not forget having to deal with contractors, the living conditions during the repairs, and the cleanup[…]

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Toronto Wildlife Removal

Last Updated: May 2016 What does Toronto Wildlife Removal mean? To us, it means saving our clients from unwanted visitors (a.k.a urban wildlife), and humanely bringing the visitors back to their natural habitats. Both in the City of Toronto and in the Greater Toronto Area, wildlife can be a nuisance to many residents, business owners,[…]

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Raccoon Control – Ukraine’s Army of Raccoons

Raccoon Control – Ukraine The Ukraine army are planning to train baby raccoons as sappers to find explosives and sniff mines. This all stemmed from last spring when an officer rescued a raccoon from hunting dogs. The unit decided to foster him and named him Hook. They soon found him a girlfriend – Alice and the couple now[…]

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Raccoon Removal Tips

Last Updated: October 2016 Need raccoon removal tips for raccoon in your attic, backyard, garage or under your deck? Once a raccoon is in your home it can be difficult to get them out. We recommend calling a wildlife removal professional but if you’re looking for some DIY alternatives, here are some tips that may[…]

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Rabies in Bats, Raccoons and other wildlife

Last Updated: May 2016 Recently the Toronto Public Health Services received confirmation of this year’s first positive rabid bat in Hamilton. I am writing this blog regarding rabies in bats, raccoons and other wildlife so you will know what prevention steps to take, learn about the symptoms, steps to take if you are bitten and[…]

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Common Raccoon Problems for Toronto GTA Homeowners

Last Updated: October 2016 Cities are chock-full of raccoon problems with Toronto and the GTA being no different. This blog discusses the common raccoon problems for Toronto GTA homeowners. The information provided outlines their behaviour and characteristics to help you understand your options. Raccoons are quite common in Toronto and have increasingly become a problem not only[…]

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Bat Control

First off when it comes to Bat Control you need to know they are a protected animal. It is illegal to kill a bat in Toronto or in fact anywhere in Canada. Bats play an important role in many environments around the world. Bats help pollinate flowers like mango, banana, cocoa, durian, guava and agave (used[…]

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Bird Removal Service

Last Updated: October 2016 Birds are opportunistic animals just like raccoons, squirrels, skunks and other wildlife who seek out their three primary needs – food, shelter and heat. The same needs as humans! This is often the reason you will find wildlife in your home, as you have met these needs and are seen as[…]

What to do if you find an orphaned baby animal

Last Updated: October 2016 A common type of call we receive are related to baby wildlife. People find baby wildlife in their garden, under their deck, in the park with no sign of the mother. When you come across a sick, injured or orphaned animal you instinctively want to help. As advocates for wildlife we always recommend[…]