Buffalo Raccoon Removal & Raccoon Control Services
Raccoon removal and control in Erie County is one of the more common calls that animal control companies in New York receive throughout the entire year. New York is a huge metropolis and the abundance of raccoon and other nuisance type animals is thriving. Raccoon removal and control is a very common service that is needed throughout the entire Buffalo and New York areas.
Some common problems that are associated with raccoons in Erie County including the following:
Buffalo Raccoon Problems
- Raccoons in the attic
- Raccoons tearing up your attic insulation
- Raccoons tearing up your duct work
- Raccoons digging holes in your attic screen
Raccoons can be a nuisance in Buffalo, NY
In Buffalo, New York, raccoons seem to find many different ways to get themselves in trouble. They turn over trash cans, get into your attic space of your home, get under your crawlspace, and dig holes under your porch. In order to prevent damage call a wildlife removal specialist. There are many different ways to handle a nuisance raccoon problem in Buffalo, New York. An inexperienced person should never try to trap or handle a raccoon, as they can be one of the most aggressive animals that we deal with in the New York area. If raccoons in Buffalo feel they need to defend their home or defend their babies. then they will bite, scratch, and claw.
Baby raccoons are typically born in the months of March-May. Raccoons can be very protective of their young. You should never attempt to grab or remove the baby raccoons from the nesting area in which the female has prepared. She is often times in very close and can be at the aid of her baby raccoons in a matter of seconds. She will be very aggressive in defending her babies. Don't attempt to remove the babies from their nest. They should not handled by anyone without the qualifications or the equipment to do so properly.
Baby Raccoons in Buffalo, are usually born in March. They usually weigh between one and 2 pounds at birth and they will be totally mobile by the age of eight weeks. At eight weeks of age the raccoon babies will start traveling to and from the dining area whether it's in your attic or in your chimney, to a local food source. Raccoons find food sources in your lawn, trash can, dog door or any other place that they can find food. Raccoons are considered opportunistic feeders and are found throughout Erie County.
Don't let the raccoons in Erie County overtake the attic area or the crawlspace of your home. Contact a professional animal removal company immediately. Raccoons can be a very dangerous animal and as a result you should never attempt to remove and control a raccoon without the proper equipment