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Baltimore Pest Animal Removal: 410-844-0455

Pest Animal of Baltimore provides nuisance animal removal services in Baltimore, MD. We humanely solve conflicts between people and the wild animals of Baltimore Maryland, including raccoons, squirrels, rats, snakes, birds, opossums, skunks, and more! We are a full-service nuisance wildlife control company servicing the greater Baltimore region. We provide both residential and commercial services, and are fully licensed and insured in Maryland. 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 Baltimore. Every situation is different, so give us a call at 410-844-0455 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

Baltimore RACCOON CONTROL: Call us now for raccoon removal in Baltimore, MD.
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.

Baltimore SQUIRREL CONTROL: Call us now for squirrel removal in Baltimore, MD.
Visit the How to get rid of squirrels page to learn how to do it yourself.
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Baltimore SKUNK CONTROL: Call us now for skunk removal in Baltimore, MD.
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.

Baltimore RAT CONTROL: Call us now for rat removal in Baltimore, MD.
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.

Baltimore MOUSE CONTROL: Call us now for mouse removal in Baltimore, MD.
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.

Baltimore BAT CONTROL: Call us now for bat removal in Baltimore, MD.
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.

Baltimore SNAKE CONTROL: Call us now for snake removal in Baltimore, MD.
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.

Baltimore BIRD CONTROL: Call us now for bird removal in Baltimore, MD.
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.

Baltimore WILDLIFE CONTROL: Call us now for wildlife removal in Baltimore, MD.
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: Anne Arundel County, Balitmore County, Carroll County, Hartford County, Howard County, Queen Annes County, Columbia, Towson, Aberdeen, Annapolis, Bel Air, Catonsville, Dundalk, Ellicott City, Glen Burnie, Havre De Grace, Joppatowne, Owings Mills, Westminster

Other Resources for FREE Sity Animal Removal:
Baltimore City County Animal Services: (410) 396-4688
Howard County Wildlife Rescue Wildlife Rehabilitators: (410) 418-5402 http://www.friskys.org/
Maryland Wildlife Commission: 410-221-8838 X108 http://dnr.maryland.gov/Pages/default.aspx
Baltimore Police Department: (410) 396-2525

Baltimore Wildlife Tip: United States Bat Species
There are 1,200 species of bats worldwide and 47 amongst them found in United States. Wildlife authorities are trying to create awareness about the importance of Baltimore bats in our ecosystem as they are perfect for insect control, pollination and spread the seeds. Most of the bats found in America are insectivorous except three species which eat flowers and migrate from Mexico.Here we are enlisting some prominent species of bats found in United States.
Pallid bat
Hoary bat
Lesser long-nosed bat
Indiana bat
California leaf-nosed bat
Mexican free-tailed bat
Virginia big-eared bat
Mariana Fruit bat
Little brown bat

5 common bats found in United States
1. Pallid Bats
Pallid bats are also known as desert bats and found in the semi- arid region of west America. These Baltimore bats feed upon arthropods and can eat lizard or mouse. Pallid bats also produce skunk like foul smell when get scared.

2. Hoary Bats
Hoary bats are widespread throughout America and Canada. Hoary bat has white tipped fur which gives this bat frosted look. This bat can travel 24 miles round trip to find food per night.

3. Lesser long-nosed Bat
Lesser long-nosed bats are key to maintain the desert ecosystem as cactus plants entirely depend upon this bat for pollination. During 1988 this species of bat was enlisted as endangered creature but now it has been saved from extinction. Every year lesser long-nosed bats migrate from Mexico and feed upon nectar to new Mexico and southern Arizona.

4. Indiana Bat
These are small sized bats found in the caves of Indiana and throughout eastern America. These Baltimore bats have mouse like ears.

5. California leaf-nosed Bat
This bat have got its name because of leaf shaped nose and large ear. California leaf-nosed bats use this nose projection for echolocation sounds to find their prey. Unlike other bats California bats remain active throughout the year and do not hibernate in winter. How to Kill a Groundhog: Strychnine also has a long record as an effective animal control poison, suffocating an animal that ingests it. Strychnine is usually administered as a coating on a feed grain such as corn and itis meant to be distributed underground,usuallyvia the burrow entrance.The substance is highly toxic and over time has fallen into only limited use. While shooting and poison offer the ability to exterminate multiple groundhogs within a very short period of time, trapping is generally limited to killing them one by one. The most effective kill trap is called a Conibear trap. These are known as body-gripping traps and they consist of a square frame with two rotating jaws.