Hartford Wildlife and Animal Removal

Pest Animal Removal Hartford

Welcome to Pest Animal Removal Hartford! We are a wildlife removal company servicing Hartford, CT. If you need emergency wildlife removal fast, Pest Animal can help. We can schedule same-day or next-day appointments with 24/7 phone services, and technicians working in your local area. As well as removing the wildlife in question - skunks, groundhog, pigeons, rats, opossums, snakes, bats, and more - we will also remove any disease threat, and ensure all repair work has been undertaken. We use the latest tools and equipment, usually exclusion traps and other humane removal methods, to trap the animal and remove it from your property. If the animal is already dead, we will not only locate the create, but remove it too, and remove the waste it will leave behind. All home and building repairs are professional-grade, and have been designed to keep out that wildlife for good, giving you a service that is definitely worth the money. If you give us a call for a free quote today, we will provide you with a service that has ten years of experience, and has been voted the number one pest removal specialist in your area for the third year running. Call us now at 860-316-2700 for your Hartford wildlife control needs.

About Pest Animal Removal Hartford and Our Services:

Thorough inspection of your property and attic.

Humane wildlife trapping and exclusion.

We repair wildlife damage and prevent re-entry.

We offer attic cleanup and sanitation services.

Specializing in wildlife only - no poisons.

Fully Connecticut licensed and insured.

Experts in Connecticut bat removal from buildings.

Hartford raccoon removal and skunk removal.

Dead animal removal, inside and outside.

Hartford snake removal and prevention.

Hartford bird control services.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Our Service Range

Our Service Range

We service all of Hartford County and Middlesex County and most of Tolland County and New London County. We also service the towns of Downtown Hartford, Bristol, East Hartford, Manchester, New Britain, West Hartford, Avon, Berlin, Bloomfield, Canton, Clinton, Colchester, Coventry, Cromwell, East Hampton, East Lyme, East Windsor, Ellington, Enfield, Farmington, Glastonbury, Granby, Griswold, Groton, Ledyard, Mansfield, Middletown, Montville, Newington, New London, Norwich, Old Saybrook, Plainville, Rocky Hill, Simsbury, Somers, South Windsor, Southington, Stafford, Stonington, Suffield, Tolland, Vernon, Waterford, Wethersfield, Windsor, Windsor Locks, and more.

Hartford Wildlife Removal Tip of the Month

Colonizing Bats
Among all mammals, Hartford bats are the only ones who can truly fly, and they are the largest mammals in the whole world with about 100 species in the entire universe. A large number of bats including all colonizing bats feed on insects, and they play a huge role in Connecticut pest control. However some bats eat nectar, others eat fruits, so they are different when it comes to diet like the South American bats that are known to be the blood sucking leech.

Appearance of a colonizing Hartford bat
There are some four primary colonizing bat species within the U.S along with their appearances.

1. Mexican or Brazilian free-tailed bats
This is the most regular bat species that is commonly dealt with in Florida, and they are identified by their free tail with a wingspan of 10 inches. Their maternity season is very short as they bear pups in late may and by early August, they will be able to fly. They build massive colonies of very many members, and since they enjoy residing in barrel tile roofs, they can withstand sweltering temperatures.

2. Little Brown Bat
Their name is derived from their small size, and they live in the main parts of North America, and they can be located mainly in caves, under rocks, trees as well as wood piles. Their life cycle is not familiar as they can mate even whereas hibernating and hold up pregnancy. This is likely the most regular colonizing Hartford bat animals which many experts deal with and their maternity period are in between early June towards late August. They have 9.5-inch wingspan, and they too form extra massive Connecticut colonies.

3. Big Brown Bat
Just like little Hartford brown bats, the maternity period of big brown bats is also in between early June towards late August and their wingspan is 12.5 inch with 70oz.however when it comes to forming colonies, they are entirely different as they build subtle colonies.

4. Evening Bat
This is a kind of species which is very rare but it's still dealt with in Florida and their maternity period is unique, as in, earlier; late April up to mid-July. They too have a free tail, 10.5 wingspans, and 46oz. They also form tiny colonies and are at times combined in with Connecticut free-tailed bats.

One thing with colonizing Hartford bats is the fact that they live in huge groups and commonly found in big structures like; houses or caves. Interestingly, they [refer residing in structures that are constructed by people for example:
-Underside bridges
-Under tile roofs
-Attics of houses as well as other structures

Well, they would as well consider living inside tree hollows supposing tree holes were plenty, although they find pleasure in human structures. According to some studies, bats are living things that are more flexible as they reside in the majority parts of the world. The main reason as to why they enjoy living in caves is because of the accessibility to water, lots of foods and more importantly a secure place to hide. Most the time, deserted mine shafts provide the ideal atmosphere for Hartford bats to colonize along with under bridges. They are safe in the places mentioned above because they are not exposed to predators, and they need not worry concerning any disruption from people in such locations.

The life cycle of a bat starts when the mother delivers one Hartford bat, which afterward feeds on their mother's milk for six weeks and within around two months, Connecticut bats can fly and search for food and maturing at around one or two years. Bats enjoy temperate climates, and they can stay a life for up to not less than ten years.