At Alabama Wildlife Services we specialize in the removal of wildlife that have become a nuisance to humans. Our services include humane trapping methods, exclusion, habitat modifications and much more.
We routinely trap and remove bats, rodents, armadillos, opossums, raccoons, squirrels, beaver, etc...
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We offer animal removal services, pest control services, exclusion work, and attic clean-up/ sanitation. If you think you have a problem with critters on your property, give us a call! Our certified technicians will inspect your properties and provide you with a customized plan. Not only do we remove animals from your property, we can perform all necessary repairs to make sure the animals can’t get back in.
Rabies is a viral infection of the central nervous system. It is almost always a fatal disease once contracted. The rabies virus is found in the saliva of infected animals. It is transmitted by bites, scratches or through mucous membrane contact with the saliva of an infected animal.
Our domesticated animals serve as a buffer between humans and the wild animal population. That's the reason it is important (and the law) for dog and cat owners to have their pets over three months of age vaccinated annually.
Any animal exhibiting atypical or unusual behavior should be treated cautiously.
Nocturnal animals normally active at night being seen in the daytime
A wild animal that shows no fear of humans
Wild animals acting unusual for the species
Domestic animals acting in an unusual manner
Animals Very Susceptible are Raccoons, Bats, Foxes, Coyotes, and Skunks
If you come in contact with any animal you believe to be rabid, you should do the following:
Completely wash the exposed area with soap and running water.
Call us to remove the animal immediately so the animal may be captured.
See your physician immediately.
MORE INFO: AlabamaPublicHealth.gov
CATEGORY: Wild Life Removal
DATE: April 11, 2020