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Other Wildlife

Managing the Menagerie

Other Wildlife Faced by Homeowners in New England

Whether a home or business, it’s never wise to let wildlife wander unchecked.

The landscape of New England is host to a whole menagerie of wildlife, any number of which might wind up visiting -- welcomed or not.

Fortunately, our team of wildlife removal experts at JP Pest Services brings proven, demonstrated success in removing wildlife including...

  • Birds
  • Beavers
  • Woodchucks
  • And more!

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  • 1. Assess
  • 2. Control
  • 3. Prevent
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JP Pest Library

Big Brown Bat

Big Brown Bat

Insect-eating bats contribute heavily to a healthy environment and big brown bats are no exception. They help keep populations down among numerous insect pests.

Season
Spring, Autumn, Winter
Size
13" - 14"
Region
Throughout the U.S.
Eastern Gray Squirrel

Eastern Gray Squirrel

Eastern Gray Squirrels are the most commonly seen variety here in New England. They belong to the Rodent family and spend the majority of their lives high up in trees.

Season
Spring, Summer, Autumn
Size
9.1 – 12 in. body and 7.5 – 9.8 in. tail
Region
Throughout North America
Little Brown Bat

Little Brown Bat

The little brown myotis is a species of bat that’s especially associated with human encounters. Little brown mytosis roost in the summer, commonly in commercial and residential structures, barns, attics, and outbuildings.

Season
Spring, Summer, Autumn
Size
3"- 4"
Region
Throughout the U.S.
Northern Flying Squirrel

Northern Flying Squirrel

While called flying squirrels, these tiny mammals actually glide and not fly. A unique membrane that runs between their front and back legs enables the squirrel to glide mid-jump until they reach their destination.

Season
Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter
Size
10" - 12"
Region
Northeastern Region of the U.S.
Raccoon

Raccoon

Because raccoons hind legs are longer than their front ones, raccoons carry themselves with a hunched appearance when they move. The front feet have five toes that allow raccoons to hold and manipulate their food.

Season
Spring, Summer, Autumn
Size
9.1 – 12 in.
Region
Throughout the Eastern United States
Red Squirrel

Red Squirrel

Red Squirrels create round shaped nests called dreys, constructed from twigs, leaves and moss. In their natural environment, red squirrels will usually nest inside of tree trunks or set against the branches.

Season
Spring, Summer, Autumn
Size
7.5 – 9 in. body and 5.9 – 7.9 in. tail
Region
Throughout North America
Skunk

Skunk

Skunks spend the majority of their life alone and only engage with each other to breed, but in New England, they are known to burrow together during the winter to stay warm.

Season
Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter
Size
16 – 37 in.
Region
Throughout North America

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Justin came and took care of a bird nesting problem in such a manner that I will be able to confirm that a relocation took place not, an elimination! I wanted this matter handled off hours and with respect. Thank you for a job well done.

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