toronto bat removal

Toronto Bat Removal Services

Last Updated: June 2016 Creatures of the night, vampires, flying rats. These are just a couple of the names bats are referred to as. Popular culture over the years have led people to associate bats as dark menacing flying supernatural animals, a common decor cut-out for Halloween. In reality, bats are like any other wildlife animal[…]

SOS Wildlife Control

Avoiding Rabies and Dealing With Rabid Bats

Last Updated: June 2016 Wildlife removal always comes with the concern for rabies- a serious virus that presents itself in mammals and is transferred through the saliva of the animal. While not all animals carry the virus, it only takes one case of being bitten to turn into a bad situation. For this reason, it is important[…]

Wildlife Preventive Tips

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,[…]

Bat Removal

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[…]

Bat Removal

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[…]

Squirrel Baby Season

Wildlife Problem – Do it yourself or use a professional?

Last Updated: October 2016 There are two main options to solving a wildlife problem – do it yourself or call a professional. As a professional I will always advise using our services than doing it yourself, but that being said I do get a lot of phone calls from customers where it just ends up they[…]