Can we still have wildlife-friendly yards? Unfortunately, grass alone as a vegetation cover does not provide food or habitat for many wildlife species. You can improve the ecological contributions of your lawn and make it more biodiverse by introducing alternative native groundcovers. There are many attractive options that require less maintenance than traditional grass, and many of them benefit pollinators or other wildlife. The age, design, and construction materials used all contribute to making a home vulnerable to future wildlife intrusion.
Thanks to our experience, Skedaddle Humane Wildlife Control can identify real and potential entry points to your home and protect them appropriately to prevent future infestations. An experienced and licensed pest control representative can accurately identify pests and provide the right pest control services to help you solve complex pest-related problems. These services can be one-time or recurring, depending on the nature of the contract. A one-time service responds to an accidental pest infestation, while a recurring service aims to control existing infestations and prevent future pest problems over an extended period.
Some pest-related problems, such as bedbugs, termites, wildlife, and problems related to large trees, may require special licenses, specialized equipment, professional products, and technical expertise to manage them effectively. But I hope that with a direct barrier with a minimum width, I can meet wildlife and family members halfway through. Bill has built Skedaddle into Canada's largest urban wildlife control company, currently serving more than 75 municipalities in Ontario, Quebec and Nova Scotia. Since then, Skedaddle Humane Wildlife Control has removed and excluded more than 200,000 wildlife specimens using environmentally friendly and poison-free methods from day one.
You'll be amazed at the different sources of refuge that wildlife can find in an urban environment. Animals, such as exotic fish and reptiles, can wreak havoc on native wildlife and habitat when they escape or are released. Homeowners and businesses will need to adapt their homes and businesses to protect them from wildlife invasion. Keeping leaves in the garden provides a place for many insects to overwinter and emerge in spring, when birds and other wildlife are ready to feed.
This influx of wildlife into urban environments is due, in part, to many factors: the abundance of food that constitute suburbs, climate change, the expansion of the range of species, urbanization that destroys wildlife environments, and the decline in hunting, to name a few. If any of these habitat requirements are not met, wildlife will migrate to another area capable of meeting their needs or die. Wildlife will thrive, invasive plants will disappear, and native plants will once again sustain biodiversity. Skedaddle Humane Wildlife Control has been helping homeowners resolve their conflicts with wildlife for nearly 25 years.