Lowell

Lowell Pest Animal Removal: 617-939-9710

Pest Animal of Lowell provides nuisance animal removal services in Lowell, MA. We humanely solve conflicts between people and the wild animals of Lowell Massachusetts, including raccoons, squirrels, rats, snakes, birds, opossums, skunks, and more! We are a full-service nuisance wildlife control company servicing the greater Lowell region. We provide both residential and commercial services, and are fully licensed and insured in Massachusetts. In solving pest animal conflicts, we utilize a full array of services, from humane trapping and relocation, to critter prevention and damage repairs, to dead animal removal, attic cleanup, and more. We offer competitive pricing and the best service in Lowell. Every situation is different, so give us a call at 617-939-9710 now to discuss your wild animal problem, and get a price quote over the phone. We answer our phones 24-7-365, work on weekends, and can usually schedule a same-day or next-day appointment to solve your pest animal problem!

Animals in Attic

Building Repairs

Prevention Work

Wildlife Trapping

Lowell RACCOON CONTROL: Call us now for raccoon removal in Lowell, MA.
Visit the How to get rid of raccoons page to learn how to do it yourself.
To find out our prices for raccoon control, visit our raccoon removal prices page.

Lowell SQUIRREL CONTROL: Call us now for squirrel removal in Lowell, MA.
Visit the How to get rid of squirrels page to learn how to do it yourself.
To find out our prices for squirrel control, visit our squirrel removal prices page.

Lowell SKUNK CONTROL: Call us now for skunk removal in Lowell, MA.
Visit the How to get rid of skunks page to learn how to do it yourself.
To find out our prices for skunk control, visit our skunk removal prices page.

Lowell RAT CONTROL: Call us now for rat removal in Lowell, MA.
Visit the How to get rid of rats page to learn how to do it yourself.
To find out our prices for rat control, visit our rat removal prices page.

Lowell MOUSE CONTROL: Call us now for mouse removal in Lowell, MA.
Visit the How to get rid of mice page to learn how to do it yourself.
To find out our prices for mouse control, visit our mouse removal prices page.

Lowell BAT CONTROL: Call us now for bat removal in Lowell, MA.
Visit the How to get rid of bats page to learn how to do it yourself.
To find out our prices for bat control, visit our bat removal prices page.

Lowell SNAKE CONTROL: Call us now for snake removal in Lowell, MA.
Visit the How to get rid of snakes page to learn how to do it yourself.
To find out our prices for snake control, visit our snake removal prices page.

Lowell BIRD CONTROL: Call us now for bird removal in Lowell, MA.
Visit the How to get rid of birds page to learn how to do it yourself.
To find out our prices for bird control, visit our bird removal prices page.

Lowell WILDLIFE CONTROL: Call us now for wildlife removal in Lowell, MA.
We handle all wildlife, such as opossums, groundhogs, armadillos, moles, fox, coyote, and more.
To find out our prices for wildlife control, visit our wildlife removal prices page.



We also service these towns: Cambridge, Everett, Framingham, Malden, Malborough, Medford, Melrose, Newton, Somerville, Waltham, Watertown, Woburn, Towns, Acton, Arlington, Ashby, Ashland, Ayer, Bedford, Belmont, Billerica, Boxborough, Burlington, Carlisle, Chelmsford, Concord, Dracut, Dunstable, Groton, Holliston, Hopkinton, Hudson, Lexington, Lincoln, Littleton, Maynard, Natick, North Reading, Pepperell, Reading, Sherborn, Shirley, Stoneham, Stow, Sudbury, Tewksbury, Townsend, Tyngsborough, Wakefield, Wayland, Westford, Weston, Wilmington, Winchester, Ayer, Cochituate, Devens, East Pepperell, Littleton Common, Pinehurst, West Concord

Other Resources for FREE Sity Animal Removal:
Middlesex County Animal Services: 978-970-3321
Animal Control Wildlife Rehabilitators: (978) 970-3321
Massachusetts Wildlife Commission: 508-389-6317 https://www.mass.gov/orgs/department-of-fish-and-game
Lowell Police Department: (978) 937-3200

Lowell Wildlife Tip: Squirrel Baffles: Which is Best?
If you love to feed birds and have install a pretty bird feeder in the garden. Then definitely you will find some un-invited Lowell squirrels around these bird feeders to steal the food or sometimes damage the bird feeders too. In this situation squirrels baffles are simple yet effective devices to deter the squirrels away. They are fixed on the poles of bird feeder at the height where squirrels cannot reach easily. In first place bird feeder should not be installed near trees or walls so that squirrel cannot approach the seeds.Here we are presenting a short review about best chosen squirrel baffles.

1. What is Woodlink NABAF18 Audubon Wrap?
Woodlink wrap around is the best squirrel baffle for it guaranteed design and ease of installation. There is no need to remove the birdfeeder from the pole it goes around and simply wrap around it. Lowell squirrels cannot pass through this steel coated baffle.
Easy to install and clean.
Guaranteed squirrel proof.
best product against money.
Fit for all pole sizes.

2. Audubon Torpedo Steel Squirrel Baffle
Perfect name for the missile shaped squirrel baffle is Audubon Torpedo. It has glazed steel finish which keep the squirrels from climbing on the bird feeder poles. Only drawback of Audubon torpedo is that it can only be used on straight poles with width of 1.5 inches.

Pros
Affordable and efficient squirrel baffle
Easy to install and clean.
Made of premium quality steel.
Save the space. Another product of Audubon has been included in our list because of the features of NACLBAF16 clear plastic Lowell squirrel baffle.

Pros

Clear baffle make it perfect for every garden without disturbing the theme.
Waterproof yet transparent to allow full view under the baffle.
Installation is super easy with any size of pole.
Quality product in low price. How to Trap a Groundhog: Given their choice, most people would rather trap and exile a groundhog than kill it. Many think the animals are kind of cute, with their oversized-mouse faces and big, shiny front teeth. But they can and do present problems, burrowing holes and tunnels that can undermine foundations, destroy lawns and gardens and even cause injury to livestock that step in a burrow entrance or collapse a shallow tunnel. So when the decision is made that a groundhog has got to go, often the first thing that comes mind is to dig him out.