Get Humane Raccoon Removal in Toronto
At 360 Wildlife Control, our main mission is to provide seamless and effective raccoon removal without causing injury to any animals. We take into consideration the raccoons behavior and habits. This dictates what we would do so that they aren’t harmed in any way.
If you have nuisance raccoons nesting in your home, do not hesitate to call 360 Wildlife Control for raccoon removal in Toronto or the surrounding area. Wild raccoons pose a threat to your home and family if they are not removed.
- If a raccoon feels threatened, they may attack therefore human encounters can be dangerous
- Raccoon droppings can spread disease
- Raccoons can quickly destroy your insulation, wires, and can cause other major damages to your home
Where Do Raccoons Typically Nest?
Attics are perfect for raccoons when it comes to nesting. Other areas include chimneys, walls, or the space under decks. They tend to make holes to enter your home or by squeezing through roof vents.
How Are Raccoons Removed?
At 360 Wildlife Control, we tend to use a method where a one-way door is placed over the entry hole. By using the one-way door it only allows the raccoons to leave but does not let them re-enter. However if there are babies involved, we must physically remove them to ensure their safety. When all the babies are removed, we then place them in a “baby box” that is then put near the entry hole so that the mother can reunite with them. The mother then takes them to a new and safe location.
Call 1-866-650-1811 today to book an appointment for raccoon removal in Toronto or the surrounding area. We will dispatch a wildlife control technician to your home within 24 hours of your call.
With their ringed tail and black and white face mask, Raccoons are easy to recognize. Their distinctive markings are what give them their nickname: the “masked bandits” of the forest.
What they Eat
Medium sized omnivores, Raccoons eat almost anything – from fruit, nuts and berries to frogs, insects, bird eggs and mice. Urban Raccoons also scavenge for food in dumpsters, garbage cans, and composts. Pet food left outdoors is also a favourite snack.
Where they Live
Raccoons living in residential areas often make their dens in chimneys, garages, attics, under sheds, porches, and decks.
Life with humans
Markham is a prime area for raccoons because of the many resources it provides. Such as food and shelter. Raccoons can quickly adapt to human neighborhoods, meaning they don’t tend to get scared by humans. Since we can never get rid of wildlife living by our side, we must understand how to live with them. Prevention is the best course of action and 360 Wildlife Control can help you with any wild animal issues.
First and foremost, raccoons are smart and curious animal making them extremely mischievous. They are able to open containers to access food therefore it is important to seal container properly. A professional should be utilized to ensure the safety of everyone involved especially if the raccoon is in a Markham residence.
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