WILDLIFE REMOVAL WESTCHESTER, NY
Call 914-293-7593 For 24/7 Emergency NY Wildlife Removal and Prevention
Why Choose Intrepid Wildlife Services?
- No Chemicals Ever Used!
- Licensed New York State DEC Nuisance Wildlife Control Operator
- 20+ Years Experience!
- 100% Humane Removal & Relocation of Animals!
- Family Owned and Operated!
Intrepid Wildlife Services are your 24/7 wildlife control experts specializing in animal removal, wildlife prevention and control services to Westchester County NY. We have years of experience under our belts and are constantly evolving and changing our methods to suit your needs as wildlife is very unpredictable. Owner Ray Hartley often attends national seminars as either a guest speaker or attendee to both teach and learn new methods to remove, exclude and prevent wildlife issues. If you think you have any sort of wildlife problem don’t hesitate to call us. We will respond almost immediately for emergency services or schedule a meeting to assess any issue you may have.
Our squirrel removal, bat removal, raccoon removal, bird removal woodchuck removal, mole removal, skunk removal, snake removal and exclusion services cover all of the Westchester, NY including: Bedford, Chappaqua, Rye, Harrison, White Plains, New Rochelle, Mamaroneck, Yorktown Heights, Ossining, Katonah, Salem, Hastings on Hudson, Sleepy Hollow, Tarrytown, Peekskill, Scarsdale, Ardsley, Yonkers, Pleasantville, Thornwood, North Castle, Mount Kisco, Briarcliff Manor, Eastchester, Portchester, Armonk, Amawalk, Somers, Greenburg and more. To read more about specific jobs in your town click HERE to be redirected to our Where We Operate page.
Intrepid specializes in humane live trapping methods. Specific live traps are utilized depending on the animal, size, species and how they are gaining access to homeowner’s property ranging from lawns, attics, walls, crawlspaces, sheds, porches, garages and many more. Although we use a wide variety of different humane traps they all boil down to three different types; the individual live trap, a one-way excluder and a one-way multi catch trap.
- The individual live trap: the most common, the set up is simple and the process even simpler. Used both inside and out, animal specific bait is placed inside the trap at one end, an open door at the other. The animal enters the trap and trips a pan or wire that shuts the door behind them trapping them. Once the animal is trapped we simply remove the trap and replace it then relocate the animal.
- One-way excluder: used exclusively outdoors this device is used by attaching it over a hole or entry point which allows the animal to exit and not be able to return because of the way its designed, the animal itself is not caught but allowed to exit and not regain access.
- One-way multicatch: Similar in design to the one-way excluder this trap is used to capture animals using an entry point or hole. The system again prevents animals from regaining access, the only difference is that they are captured in a trap and can be removed from the site to be relocated. In most instances more than one animal is captured at a time because of the design.
Because we work with a lot of different wild animals, raccoons, squirrels, bats, skunks etc they require different tools, systems, and methodology to capture them. These are wild animals and although they do act similar they can often be unpredictable which means every job must be treated differently. In addition, once all wildlife has been removed Intrepid can also provide services to seal off any vulnerabilities, entry points, holes or potential openings future wildlife can use to access your home.
In addition to removal we also specialize in damage repair and exclusionary work to ensure that once the animal are removed your home is animal proof. can From installing 100% stainless steel chimney caps which prevents birds and squirrel damage to creating custom vent covers to seal off your attic from intrusive raccoons and bats we cover it all! The next time you need the assistance of an experienced Westchester wildlife control service, Intrepid Wildlife Services is the only name you’ll need to remember.
Intrepid Wildlife Services Recently Featured in WABC-TV Segment on Animal Control http://www.prleap.com/pr/227043/intrepid-wildlife-services-featured-in-wabc-tv Intrepid Wildlife Services can also more extensively evaluate your home to determine vulnerable points of entry before unwanted wildlife has the opportunity to enter. We will then seal or modify the habitat to reduce the likelihood of wildlife, or small animals moving in. Our animal prevention services such as our most popular squirrel control and prevention offers careful exclusion and proofing specifically aimed at reducing the chance of future property damage or problems.
Rattlesnake Sightings in our area!
Intrepid Wildlife Services was recently featured in a news segment. In Rockland county, several copperheads and water moccasins as well as Rattlesnakes have been found here recently. It is illegal for unlicensed handlers to deal with these animals.
What Wildlife are We Dealing with Now?
With temperatures still reaching the 90s its hard to believe that Fall is right around the corner. Right now is a good time to inspect your house’s exterior for loose boards and rotting wood for squirrels could use as an entry point because once Fall comes the squirrels will too. During the Fall we begin to receive a lot of calls about noises in the attic along with people seeing Gray Squirrels entering their homes.
Our average for Squirrel removal inside a home is between three and five. We have, in some cases, removed as many as 20. With that said, it’s imperative that people check for any vulnerabilities before it’s too late. During the Fall squirrels are generally spending most of their time gathering and storing food and nesting material in preparation for the winter. One such place they store these items are inside peoples attics which can lead to a variety of issues.
If you think you may have an issue or aren’t sure Intrepid Wildlife offers services from inspecting your home to sealing off and fixing areas before unwanted squirrels enter and even trapping and removal if they’ve already gained access. Don’t hesitate to call.