The Squirrel With Nut Sits On Tree In The Winter Or Late Autumn.

Squirrels in the Attic

Squirrels often seek warmth and shelter inside people’s houses. If you believe that you have squirrels living in the attic of your Connecticut home, you should contact a professional as soon as possible, before they cause significant damage. How Can Squirrels Get into an Attic? Squirrels find gaps and cracks that homeowners can easily overlook…

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Brown Long-eared Bat, Common Long-eared Bat (plecotus Auritus).

End-of-Season Bat Prevention Tips

Bats give birth in late spring and early summer. Their pups need a safe place to live when they’re young and not yet able to fly. Mothers often seek shelter inside attics because they are warm and safe places. Bats can leave behind waste and can carry rabies, which is why homeowners who discover bats…

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How Groundhogs Can Destroy Your Yard

How to Safely Get Rid of Groundhogs

Groundhogs, or woodchucks, often cause a nuisance for Connecticut homeowners. They eat vegetables in gardens and dig tunnels and holes that can make a mess of a yard and create a safety hazard.  Groundhogs give birth between late winter and early summer, and they hibernate during the winter. The best time to remove woodchucks from…

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3 Tips to Keep Animals from Damaging Your Roof

3 Tips to Keep Animals from Damaging Your Roof

Wild animals, such as squirrels, opossum, raccoons, birds, and bats, can cause significant damage to a roof. They can scratch and chew their way through shingles and enter the attic, where they can find shelter and leave behind waste that might carry disease.  There are a few simple ways that you can keep animals from…

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New Spotted Skunk Species

New Spotted Skunk Species

Researchers have discovered that there are more species of North American spotted skunks than previously thought. That finding can help scientists better understand skunks and may have an impact on conservation efforts. What Scientists Learned about Spotted Skunks Researchers analyzed DNA from more than 200 skunk specimens. Since it’s hard to catch and study wild…

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