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HURDLE MILLS, NC, August 29, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Animals Be Gone, LLC of the Raleigh NC area today urged homeowners to prepare now for the upcoming squirrel nesting season. In the next few weeks squirrels will be searching for secure places to bed down and birth young babies.
"Squirrels typically have 2-5 babies in each litter," said Russell Walker, Owner and President of Animals Be Gone. "A family of squirrels in your attic will become a nuisance real fast," continued Walker. "We are about to hit the peak season for squirrels in attics, garages, and barns. We can help you get rid of both bats and squirrels."
Squirrels can find the smallest opening around gutters, facia boards and insulation to gain entrance into your attic. These little mammals are very persistent and must be removed and relocated. Exclusion techniques must then be used to keep additional animals from gaining access.
Animals Be Gone uses humane removal methodologies - all healthy animals are taken to a large wooded area in the countryside and released. Learn more about the services of Animals Be Gone:
The owners of Animals Be Gone are certified by the state of North Carolina for Wildlife Damage Control and have over 50 years of combined experience with animals and wildlife, farming and livestock operations. Animals Be Gone respects the wildlife of North Carolina and strives to resolve all situations with safe and humane practices.
About Animals Be Gone
Animals Be Gone is a locally owned and operated wildlife removal company specializing in the safe and humane removal of all kinds of wildlife including bats, snakes, squirrels, possum, foxes and racoons. Russ Walker and Tim Walker are cousins and are both members of the National Forestry Association and the North Carolina Wildlife Control Agents Association. The Walkers have over 50 years of combined experience dealing with wildlife, farm animals, and animal removal. Learn more about Animals Be Gone on the website: http://www.animalsbegonenc.com/index.php?source=pr-2012-08
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