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If you have a concern that there may be the remains of dead, wild animals throughout the inner-workings of your home, then read this article. Dead or rotting animals trapped inside your home present numerous challenges and threats to the health and safety of your family. It’s best advised that you call the experts, before […]

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Raccoons are pesky but incredibly intelligent critters. They have nimble hands that allow them to pry and claw their way into openings in buildings, homes, boats, sheds and other structures that can provide shelter when the weather begins to get cold. Raccoons are attracted to any area that “they feel is quiet and secure”. As […]

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By far, the majority of the public believes that trapping and relocating wildlife is a good solution to a problem they are having with “nuisance wildlife”. The public thinks that if the offending animal is trapped and relocated and the number of animals in the neighbourhood is ultimately reduced, then the problem will go away. […]

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The under-side of your roof, where it over-hangs the exterior wall of your home, is called the soffit. Since there is a transition point here – from wall, to soffit, to roof – it is an opportune location for wildlife to access your home and cause damage. AAA Wildlife will not only remove un-wanted wildlife […]

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Homeowners in Canada are often asking themselves, what is it that is causing wildlife to move into our urban communities and set up shop in our homes? The more that urban development expands into the natural habitats of wild animals, the more those wild animals are forced to move into our own urban settings for […]

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What to Look for in a Wildlife Control Company

If you suspect that your home has been invaded by wildlife from the neighborhood, you might want to consider hiring a professional wildlife control company to have a look. What should you consider when choosing a wildlife control company? How can you be sure they know what they are doing and will provide services of […]

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The raccoon population in Vancouver and surrounding communities is healthier than ever. This poses an ever greater threat to home owners throughout Greater Vancouver. Writer Pete McMartin contacted AAA Wildlife’s Randy Celinski who, in this article published in the Vancouver Sun, answers some interesting questions about raccoons and helps provide some insight into how we […]

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Buyers beware when calling your Lower Mainland wildlife control. The quality of work from pest control companies is coming into question more and more as the industry remains for the most part unregulated. No license is required for wildlife control agents. No training or qualification is necessary as long as companies follow BCSPCA guidelines and […]

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There used to be a time when a raccoon in your attic used to be your biggest pest or wildlife control problem. But now in today’s society, its not a question of just getting rid of the unwanted wildlife in your Lower Mainland home, but rather HOW you intend to get it out and HOW […]

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Unless $100,000 in damages to your Vancouver home is something that appeals to you, leave the wildlife control to the experts. Greater Vancouver residents should be aware of the damages wildlife and pest can cause after a Kitchener, Ontario household was set a blaze. The resident of the household was attempting to get rid of […]

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Animal Damage to your Vancouver Home

Houses in the Lower Mainland are susceptible to both unwanted wildlife and pests that can be both destructive and harmful to your Vancouver home. Animals such as rats, squirrels, raccoons, skunks, and bats are all on Wildlife Control’s “Most Wanted” list. Now you’re probably wondering what type of damage an animal that’s as tall as […]

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