(443) 393-9242

Wildlife Trapping Professionals Columbia, Maryland

Call us now at (443) 393-9242 for professional wildlife removal services in Columbia, MD.

Featured Pests of Columbia Maryland

We are a professional animal removal company headquartered in Columbia, and servicing all of Howard County, MD. We solve problems with wild critters in the home and around the property. We handle animals such as squirrels, raccoons, skunks, rats, mice, opossums, and even snakes, bats, and birds. We most commonly receive calls about scratching sounds in your attic, or digging in your lawn, or many other critter problems. We not only remove animals, but we provide a wide array of services, from animal damage repairs, preventative home repairs, attic cleaning, and more. We are fully licensed and insured in Maryland, and we answer our phones 24/7. Call us now at (443) 393-9242 for a free price quote and to schedule a same-day or next day appointment for animal removal.

Sometimes animals like squirrels, birds, raccoons, and rats can cause serious problems inside your home! When you have wild animals inside your property, they will spread fatal diseases, may damage the integrity of the structure of your property, and ruin your peace of mind! The longer that they stay inside of your property, the more damage that they cause! Our wildlife specialists are specially equipped and extensively trained to handle almost all urban and suburban wildlife management situations. Our critter removals services include squirrel control, mouse control, rat extermination, and mole trapping. We also provide home protection and preventive measures from various wild animals such as snakes, bats, raccoons, opossums, moles, chipmunks, and much more. With our fully licensed technicians that have extensive experiences through the years, we will pinpoint the root of the problem and quickly get the job done without a problem. Our services offer 24/7 support so our customers can contact us anytime. If you think that you have any sort of wildlife problem, don't hesitate to call us! Our wildlife specialists will respond quickly to emergency services. While we schedule non-emergency wildlife issues to further assess the wildlife problem you're facing. We are your go-to wildlife professionals and ready to help you at a moment's notice.

About Our Company

Services We Offer

  • Wildlife Trapping
  • Prevention Repairs
  • Attic Cleanup

Best service in Columbia

  • Superior wildlife control from attic to yard, start to finish.
  • Available 24/7 with weekend and same-day appointments
  • Humane treatment of animals and professional service for you.
We are competitively priced, but for the value you get, we are the best. Not all companies are the same! A pest control company will bill you monthly, for years, but never solve the problem. We solve your wildlife problem, permanently, the first time. No two jobs are exactly alike, so call us at (443) 393-9242 for a price quote.

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United States Bat Species

Bat first appeared on the earth almost 50 million years ago, and now throughout the world, they have more than 1300 species. There are almost 47 species that lived in the united state.

When we talk about the structure of the bat, it is difficult to ignore their white-nose syndrome (fungal disease). According to the research, the fungal disease has attacked the bat due to that several bats got died; they are trying to protect the bat from this disease. 

We are providing the list of most common bats that lived in the united state.

Lesser-long nose bat 

This bat is small and has a size of 3 inches; they have brushed tipped tongue that is longer than their body. This specie migrates to Mexico in the winter season, to save their life. This bat is famous for spreading pollen; when they move to Mexico, they live near flowers and spread the pollen from flower to other flowers. 

You will be amazed to know that the saguaro cactus and agave both depend on this bat for the pollination. According to an estimate, there is more than 2000000 lesser-long nose bat that is living in southwest and Mexico. 

Hoary bat 

This is considered as the most handsome bat in America. This bat has a 16-inch wingspan that is long, dense, with a white-tipped fur that gives it a frosted appearance. This hoary bat is famous throughout the united state most of them lived in Canada and south of America. They hide in the trees during the day and stay active at night time. 

Pallid bat 

They are also known as dessert bat; they mostly found in west America. They have named pallid because of their cream and light brown colored fur that helps them to blend within the surrounding. Their size varied from 4 to 5 inches and had a long wingspan of 15-16 inches. They like to eat crickets, grasshoppers, and beetles. They are hibernators; in the cold, 10-12 bats fixed a dark place like any building or among the rocks. If someone tries to disturb them, they emit a skunk-like odor that can become the reason of disease. 

Little brown bat 

You may find them common in North America. When we talk about their size, this is the smallest specie that is equal to a human thumb only with the weight of the third quarter of an ounce. They can eat more than 1200 insects in less than one hour; this is the reason they carry diseases like malaria and the West Nile virus. They are the first specie that was recognized with white-nose syndrome disease that makes their wings weak. 

Mexican free-tailed bat 

More than 100 million bats lived in the US. These bats are considered as fast, they have 60 miles speed per hour, and they fly 50 miles from their root to search water and food. In winter, some of them like to hibernate while others move to Mexico. 

The other common bats that are found in the united state are 

Virginia big-eared bat- they are famous due to long ears that are one inch long.

California leaf-nosed bat- they have a leaf-like projection on their snout.

Mariana Fruit bat- one of the largest bats found in the united state. Their length varies from 7-9 inches. 

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