(248) 230-2195

Wildlife Trapping Professionals Genesee County, Michigan

Call us now at (248) 230-2195 for professional wildlife removal services in Genesee County, MI.

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We are a professional animal removal company headquartered in Genesee County, and servicing all of Genesee County, MI. We solve problems with wild critters in the home and around the property. We handle animals such as squirrels, raccoons, skunks, rats, mice, opossums, and even snakes, bats, and birds. We most commonly receive calls about scratching sounds in your attic, or digging in your lawn, or many other critter problems. We not only remove animals, but we provide a wide array of services, from animal damage repairs, preventative home repairs, attic cleaning, and more. We are fully licensed and insured in Michigan, and we answer our phones 24/7. Call us now at (248) 230-2195 for a free price quote and to schedule a same-day or next day appointment for animal removal.

There are a range of different wild animal problems that people in this area can encounter, but we know that nothing can raise many people’s fears as much as snakes, especially if you’re not sure if that snake is venomous. We offer emergency callouts from our animal removal experts if there is this type of situation, and our telephone team is ready to take your call 24/7 and to discuss your situation. We have been providing animal removal services for local people and businesses for over a decade, and have the experience to be able to handle and remove snakes, along with almost every other pest animal species found in the area. Where there are wild animals active on a commercial or domestic property that doesn’t require an emergency removal, our animal removal expert will carry out a detailed examination of the area before providing a quote for the work. We are also proud to be experts in removing animals, so we don’t need to use dangerous and inefficient poisons to deal with a wild animal problem. We are also able to finish the work by providing a full cleaning and sanitization service to make sure the area is free of any potential for disease transmission, while we can also complete high quality repairs to any damage the animals have caused as well.

About Our Company

Services We Offer

  • Wildlife Trapping
  • Prevention Repairs
  • Attic Cleanup

Best service in Genesee County

  • Superior wildlife control from attic to yard, start to finish.
  • Available 24/7 with weekend and same-day appointments
  • Humane treatment of animals and professional service for you.
We are competitively priced, but for the value you get, we are the best. Not all companies are the same! A pest control company will bill you monthly, for years, but never solve the problem. We solve your wildlife problem, permanently, the first time. No two jobs are exactly alike, so call us at (248) 230-2195 for a price quote.

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Genesee County Wildlife Trapper Tip of the Month:
Can Bats Walk on the Ground?

Looking at whether bats can walk on the ground Bats are among the most intriguing mammals that we are aware of, largely because of their nocturnal habits and their echolocation which allows them to navigate through their habitat and find prey despite their blindness.

We are accustomed to the notion of flying bats, but that does not mean that walking bats don’t exist. Of the 1200 species of bats that exist in this world, two of them can walk on the ground: the vampire bat and the burrowing bat.

Vampire bat

The vampire bat can traverse the ground at a decent speed, thanks to its strong front and hind limbs, which also tend to be thicker than those of an average bat.

Burrowing bat

The burrowing bat is also known as the lesser short-tailed bat. It has a biological structure which enables it to walk on the ground. It possesses claws at the base of its toes, grooves on its feet as well as at the elbow joints. This bat has strong wrists which enable it to have a good grip on the ground and move forward.

A lot of bats can climb though

Some of you will have seen a bat climbing a tree or a similar structure, but that does not mean that it can do walk on the ground. You see, all bats can climb because they have tiny claws that allow them to attain a good grip on the surface, while their thumbs enable them to scale the structures. As you can see, climbing and walking are two different actions, and while bats can certainly manage the former, not all of them can pull off the latter.

Why can’t most of the bats walk?

This question arises naturally when one considers what bats are capable of, and wonders why they can’t pull off something so simple as walking on the ground. Well, most of the bats have very thin and fragile bones which make it difficult for them to drag themselves along the ground.

Similarly, the claws at the ends of their front and hind limbs are very small and curved and don’t exactly provide the best grip on a surface. The point being, an average bat’s body simply is not suited for the relatively complicated task of walking. They have a light frame which is ideal for flying, but unsuitable for covering distance on the ground.

It is worth noting that the inability to walk isn’t an undesirable trait. Far from it, in fact. By sticking to the skies, bats have a better chance of avoiding many of the dangers and predators that their land-dwelling compatriots have to face, and that’s a good thing.

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