Wildlife Removal in Genesee County
Frank’s Wildlife Removal is proud to serve all residents of Michigan. Just one of the many great counties that we serve is Saginaw County. Located in central Michigan, this 816 square mile county packs a ton of wildlife into its small size. Saginaw County is notable for being mostly rural, meaning that there is a wide variety of wildlife present in the county. If you live in Saginaw County and struggle with any wildlife issues, give Frank’s Wildlife Removal a call today!
Common Problems In Rural Areas
In the rural parts of Michigan, it’s common to see humans and animals interact- whether a good interaction or a bad one. These interactions are usually closely related to animals getting too comfortable to the farmland and venturing into the farmhouse. If an animal were to venture into the home it should come as no surprise that the result would be a major issue for the homeowner. When it comes to rural wildlife, the most common ones that will become a problem include:
Skunks- Skunks prefer to live in rural, wooded areas in order to forage for food. In rural areas, skunks will oftentimes come to your property because of the abundance of food that they can find there. This creates an issue for the owners of the property because, not only are there skunks on the property, but they can also do damage to the property.
Squirrels- Squirrels, though they don’t typically enter homes, can be a nuisance to homeowners. For starters, squirrels tend to cause damage to crops that the homeowner might be growing. Squirrels may also enter the attic of homes and cause damage to the inside of the home.
Raccoons- Raccoons pretty much eat anything. This is a problem for those who happen to live in rural areas because of the vast amounts of food that can be found there. Raccoons may enter your home and, in the case that they do, will cause vast amounts of damage to your home.
Bats- Bats, though they’re a common problem throughout the state of Michigan, are especially problematic in the rural areas. Because rural areas provide the perfect habitat for bats to live in it isn’t uncommon to have bats near your home. Unfortunately for homeowners, this means that the bats are far more likely to make their way into your home.