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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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Raccoon Nation on The Nature of Things

Be sure to watch the CBC documentary called “Raccoon Nation”, airing tonight, February 24th at 8 PM. on The Nature of Things. It was filmed mostly in Toronto. “The film offers a glimpse into the secret lives of city raccoons, street-smart garbage-eaters who have more in common with people than you would think”. See the […]

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Wildlife under Decks, Porches and in Sheds

Decks and porches are excellent places for Wildlife looking for a spot in your home to build a nest. Garden shed are also easily accessible by wildlife. AAA wildlife strongly discourages homeowners from removing wildlife on their own. Wild animals are aggressive, territorial and carry dangerous diseases. We recommend, that if you suspect wildlife is […]

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Wildlife: Stove & Bathroom Exhaust Vents

Wildlife are always looking for easily accessible openings in your home. Exhaust vents are prime points of entry because they are often located near ground level on an outer wall. Exhaust vents for your stove and bathroom are easy for wildlife to pull open with their claws. Once inside, wildlife will turn your stove or […]

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Home Roof Vents Damaged by Wildlife

Animals can enter your home through a variety of entry points. Securing your property and house in such a way that you will not have repeated instances of wildlife damage, is imperative. One area to carefully look at and secure are roof vents, a favorite for wild animals needing a home. AAA Wildlife will not […]

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Plumbing vents are designed to release gases from your home’s plumbing system. But they can also be excellent entry points for animals and wildlife that desire shelter somewhere warm and dry. The vents release built up gas through pipes on your roof. Wildlife can damage the protective mats, which are made from rubber, when trying […]

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Transition points on your home’s exterior are perfect places for wildlife do damage when trying to enter a building and make a nest. One such transition zone is from your roof to the fascia. AAA Wildlife uses humane methods to first remove the wild animals, then repair the damage caused. We then secure the fascia […]

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Chimneys, Wildlife & your Home

Chimneys are an excellent place for wildlife to create nests in your home. Some animals and wildlife can get stuck in the chimney causing damage, blockages and potential health hazards (if the animal dies before being removed). Removing wildlife and securing your home from future damage is a specialty of AAA Wildlife. We can be […]

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AAA Wildlife Vancouver has been safely and humanely removing wildlife from multi-family residential buildings since 1993. We pride ourselves on not only looking out for the human occupants of homes and apartments, but also ensuring that the animals we move are relocated in a manner that allows them to continue their own lives, as well. […]

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As Summer in Vancouver comes to an end, and the fall season in the Lower Mainland begins, the natural environment around us starts to adapt to the new climate. Effected by the seasonal changes are our urban wildlife friends, as well as the plants we keep in our backyard or patio gardens. If you are […]

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