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We provide Wildlife Removal and Pest Control services to Toronto and the GTA
SOS Wildlife Control Incorporated. provides professional wildlife removal and pest control. Our services include Raccoon Removal, Squirrel Removal, Bird Removal, Bat Removal, Skunk Removal, Opossum Removal, Groundhog Removal. We also provide Wildlife Prevention services. Our solutions are humane efficient and effective. Our pest control services include Mice Removal, Rat Removal, Hornet Control and Wasp Control. We serve homeowners, property management, industrial and commercial clients in Toronto and the GTA.Wildlife Removal & Pest Control requires qualified experts to get the job done the right way. Our technicians have been specially trained in wildlife removal and pest control with years of experience and extensive knowledge of wildlife behavior in urban areas. Our experts practice wildlife control with humane methods and in accordance to Ontario rules and regulations, so that the property owner is satisfied and the animal is safe. For professional wildlife removal and pest control services, call SOS Wildlife Control Incorporated today!
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Toronto is home to a wide variety of squirrel species. These little rodents are so common in the wildlife scene of the city that you commonly see them along tall establishments or dancing from one tree branch to another. However, these squirrels don’t just entertain our eyes by running and bouncing around the yard. Sometimes,[…]
In an effort to control and prevent the spread of rabies among wild animals, the government of Ontario will begin distributing rabies vaccine baits across Western Toronto. Distribution Areas In August, the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry will begin hand-dropping baits in selected cities and urban areas. Other than Toronto, they will also target[…]
Just recently, a raccoon has made it to the headlines of news and social media because of its death-defying stunt, climbing up a 25-storey tower in St. Paul Minnesota. The little critter’s misadventure started last Monday, June 11, 2018, when it was stranded over the ledge of Town Square building. Initial Help and Rescue Attempts[…]
It is true that birds can easily capture your attention with their beautiful songs, but when they start taking over your homes, it’s another story. Once you notice that birds are starting to build nests in your outdoor area, you have to take action. Don’t wait for the situation to worsen. Not only will they[…]
In the past few days, a video has been making rounds online that showed a raccoon opening a raccoon-proof garbage bin in Toronto, Canada. This garbage bin has a circular lid on top that has to be turned to unlatch. A local from Scarborough posted the video. According to him, he was alerted about the[…]
Do Male Red Squirrels Kill Offspring When There Is Abundance of Food? Here’s What Studies Have Found
In a recent study done by scientists from the University of Alberta, it was found that male red squirrels kill the baby of their male rivals in times when there is an abundance of food. The study was published in the Ecology journal and it is the first ever proof of the eccentric practice[…]
As you can see, the weather condition is starting to improve. That only means Spring is upon us. But no matter how amazing this season is, it also marks the start of pest infestation. Every Spring, plenty of creepy crawlies and bugs work their way into our homes. Well, fret not. You can be proactive[…]
A few recent incidents around the country have put sick raccoons in focus. But, rest assured those occurrences are not something to be alarmed about. Rather, they are incidents that call for awareness. In the recent years, there have been several occurrences of raccoon distemper in the country. However, one specific case triggered some locals[…]
In 2017, a huge number of cases of rabies, 149 to be specific, were recorded in Ontario. Even though it has decreased to almost half the number it was in 2016, it is more than what was reported during the six-year span from 2010 to 2015. During the last year, rabies virus was found[…]
Property Standards for the City of Toronto sets the rules and standards for all its properties. All the property owners are required to strictly adhere to it. Section 9 of Chapter 629 states, “All properties have to be kept free of pests, including rodents and insects.” Sadly, this is not followed at all times.[…]
Everything about autumn is so beautiful – the plunging temperature, dwindling sunlight, beautiful colors, and the warmth inside the house. As winter approaches, we tend to find the coziness in warm places, especially inside our house. Similarly, with the decrease of temperature outside, insects and pests try to find a warmer place which can protect[…]
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Bird droppings can wreck any building material, including wood, stone, marble, steel, and iron. The aggregated droppings can likewise harm rooftops, clog up drains, discolor paint, consume I-shafts, ruin cloth awnings, and short out electrical equipment.
A Rundown through few signs that will help you determine if your home is frequented by Squirrels. 1: Peculiar clamors are heard The two most normal sounds you’ll hear are either a cluster of rushing and hopping sounds in your upper room or the sound of steady scratching if one of them have turned out[…]
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