Skunk RemovalSkunk Control and Removal

Skunks breed from winter to early spring giving birth in May or June. They give birth to a litter of 3-10 young. Young skunks stay in the den for up to eight weeks before becoming independent from their mother. Skunks are omnivores, eating anything from small mammals to nuts and fruits, which is why they have adapted to living very close to homes. Getting rid of the skunk problem must be fast to avoid terrible odours.

Damage and Nuisance Caused by Skunks

Skunks share the same appetites for destruction as opossums. They both like to nest in dark places like under decks, porches and pool rooms. Skunks dig to get to nest sites which can cause damage to lawns and gardens. Once they have nested they can be quite the problem and leave a lingering and unpleasant odour. If you come into contact with a skunk do not approach it, skunks can spray up to 15 feet accurately.

How Can We Get Rid of Your Skunk Problems?

If a skunk has nested on your property, our professional skunk abatement services will solve your skunk problem. We will trench around the perimeter of the structure and then install a one way door so the skunk can leave its den and not be able enter it again. Our proven, professional methods are the answer to skunk removal and control!

Let Regional Wildlife Services be the solution to your skunk problem.

Source: Skunk Wikipidia

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