Squirrel Removal in Somerville, Waltham and Weston — May 29, 2006
Juvenile Gray Squirrels have been driving us crazy in the last month. These curious little creatures have just recently learned how to move around and leave the nest. Just like a mischievous 4-year-old child these little squirrels are constantly getting themselves into trouble. Since the last update we have been dealing with lots of squirrel infestations and removing squirrels from homes in Massachusetts. These squirrel removal jobs have been tedious because instead of removing two or three squirrels like we normally do, we are removing one adult female and anywhere from three to six juveniles on every job. This makes for a lot of trapping. Dealing with all these squirrels in the last month gave me the opportunity to get some great squirrel photos from the field.
Somerville Squirrel Removal
We removed a family of 6 squirrels from a home in Somerville Massachusetts. These crafty rodents chewed their way through a wooden gable vent to gain access into the attic. Like every other job we do in Somerville the houses were only a few feet apart and getting to this area on a ladder was a challenge.
Weston Squirrel Removal Project
This home in Weston had 8 gray squirrels living in the attic. Over the course of 3 days we trapped them all and squirrel-proofed the exterior of the house.
Waltham Squirrel Removal
Typical squirrels eating vinyl, nothing to see here.
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The calls for bats have picked up slightly. As the weather warms the bats will become more active and bats will start to appear in the living space of houses. The image to the left is of a bat we removed from an old farm house.
The raccoon calls have definitely leveled off since the last update. Here is a chimney cap that we installed to prevent squirrels and raccoons from entering a house's chimney.
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