White Rock Wildlife
and Animal Control

Trusted wildlife proofing in White Rock since 1993.

FACT: The most common wildlife found in White Rock attics is Norway rats, roof rats, raccoons and all types of squirrels. Quick action is a must or their nests and droppings will attract insects, doubling the severity of an infestation... Call Us Today


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White Rock Wildlife & Animal Control Services

Famous for its sunshine and beaches, the community of White Rock, also known as the Semiahmoo peninsula, is located in the Southwest corner of the Lower Mainland, 45 minutes from Vancouver and just over three kilometres from the Peace Arch border crossing off of Highway 99. It borders Semiahmoo Bay and is surrounded by South Surrey on three sides.

With a population of 19,339 (Stats Canada 2011 Census), White Rock is famous for its pier that stretches 457 metres (1,500 feet) into the waters of Semiahmoo Bay. City, urban, and natural parks such as Centennial Park, Semiahmoo Park, Crescent Beach, and White Rock Beach, provide habitat for much of White Rock's urban wildlife.

As a seaside community, White Rock is home to an array of resident birds, which can cause considerable property damage and pose various health risks. Rooftop decks are plentiful in White Rock and it's important to check beams and ledges for nests. Equally concerning are their droppings, which can host disease and parasites.

Additionally, White Rock is also vulnerable to a variety of urban pests including raccoons, skunks, squirrels, mice and rats (most common are the Norway rat and roof rat) that can migrate from White Rock's parks and natural open spaces to your backyard and ultimately to the inside of your home and business.

AAA Wildlife Control specializes in the humane removal and control of rats, raccoons, squirrels, skunks, birds and bats. We will solve the urban wildlife intrusion to your White Rock home and business and eliminate potential damage inflicted by undesirable urban pests.

When mice infiltrate protected environments such as your home or office, they can live two to three years. Breeding cycles can be between five and 10 litters per year, so they can multiply rapidly. Norway rats build their nests in walls, underneath decking, and may also nest in your compost. To ensure you aren't unwittingly making your home or business easy access for urban pests, maintain sheds, vegetation, garages and access to crawl spaces and attics.

AAA Wildlife Control will animal proof your roof vents, plumbing roof mats/pipes and chimneys, which is an essential step to control wildlife pests from entering or re-entering your home and business for years to come.

With a successful 25-year track record in the urban wildlife control business, our AAA one to 10-year guarantee backs all repair work.

A humane approach to dealing with urban wildlife conflicts and proven methods makes AAA Wildlife Control your urban pest control specialist for your White Rock home and business. Contact AAA Wildlife Control.

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Our technicians are available until 9pm. To contact us outside of office hours, please fill in our request a call back form.

Phone: (604) 685-6888
Email: support@vancouverwildlife.com