Any Pest Inc. Wildlife Control Blog
Check out the Any Pest Inc. Blog to learn pest and wildlife preventative tips, tricks and how-to’s to keep unwelcome critters out of your home.
Rodents are a common pest for homeowners in metro and rural Georgia. Not only can they decrease the value of a home but their droppings and bites can destroy your kidneys with bacteria or cause “rat-bite fever,” according to the CDC. So the question is asked, ‘what attracts these rodents to your home’? Here Any
No matter what the season, pests and wildlife need food and water to survive. With that being said, pests are attracted to our homes by several different things. One of those major things being food. Rodents like mice or rats will eat anything in sight and smell. Crawling insects like cockroaches and ants surely love
Raccoons are nocturnal animals, and they prefer to inhabit logs or hollow trees near lakes and streams. They are known for venturing into populated areas and wreaking havoc as they forage for food and search for shelter. Because Georgia has so many heavily wooded areas, there is a large population of raccoons here and they
As the weather turns cooler and the fall and winter seasons begin, squirrels start to seek warm and safe shelter for their habitat. Residential homes make perfect spots as attics and crawlspaces provide undisturbed settings with protection from the outside elements and harmful predators. Any Pest can help remove squirrels in your attic and seal
In the Southeast one of the biggest fears of homeowners and people who work or play outside is venomous snakes like copperheads. However other non-venomous and beneficial species of snakes are often misidentified and killed. Here is how to tell if a snake is a copperhead snake or the harmless northern banded water snake. Both
With the winter months and cold air upon us, the inside of our homes become a warm and safe haven for mother nature’s wildlife. Rodents, birds, mammals, and other pesky critters will be in search of food, water, and shelter for their offspring and our homes provide all of this free of charge. Wildlife can