All Star Pest Management Wildlife Removal
All Star Pest Management provides wildlife removal services to Baltimore, MD and the surrounding areas. Our staff wildlife biologist specializes in resolving human-wildlife conflicts. We’ll answer your most frequently asked questions about wildlife removal on your property. Contact us if you have further questions.
What do wildlife removal services do with the animals?
There are differing state laws regarding removing wildlife from property. In Maryland, animals can only There are different state laws regarding removing wildlife from the property. In Maryland, animals can only be removed from a home if a professional with a permit traps them. If an animal has rabies, it must be euthanized. We focus on performing the most humane way to remove wildlife from your property. If an animal is healthy, we relocate it. If the animal is sick or injured, it might be in the animal’s best interest to humanly euthanize it.
Who do you call to pick up wild animals?
If you find a wild animal or suspect there is one in your home, contact us to determine the next steps. We can lead you to the best possible place to call for the animal. We can pick up many types of wildlife, but there are a few illegal animals for us to remove from your property.
Will the city or county take care of my wildlife issues for free?
No, the city and county animal services only deal with domestic animals. Some government services will set a trap and get the animal once it is in the trap. They will not inspect your property or find the cause of the intrusion. Our specialized field requires the dedication of a complete job for wildlife removal, including finding and fixing the issue that caused the problems.
Can my regular pest control company do this?
Most pest control companies only treat insects, rats, mice, and things of this nature. We have a wildlife biologist on staff that specializes in resolving human-wildlife conflicts. Our wildlife specialist is trained in dealing with large animals and insects on a different scale. It is essential to have a company deal with wildlife issues that has extensive experience with wild animals.
What types of traps do you use?
Wildlife operators use different types of traps for different animals and situations. We use legal, effective traps that are specific to each case. We try to use live-capture cage traps to ensure the safety of each animal.
Do you use poisons or rodenticides?
No, we do not believe in using poison as a solution to wildlife issues. Poison is an excellent solution for insects since they are small, and it can be used to eliminate colonies of insects. Rodenticides are an ineffective way to treat a mice or rat issue. Poison would only stop a few of them, allowing others to keep invading your space. We also don’t want wildlife to die in your home, leaving an odor. We find entry holes, seal the holes, and physically trap wildlife to remove them permanently.
Do you pick up orphaned animals?
Our main goal is to solve issues with wildlife. We do not rehabilitate or rescue injured or lost animals. Many wild animals have litters of young and know some will not survive. They abandon their babies for a reason. If we try to save the animal, it might cause an imbalance to natural order.
Do you pick up dead animals?
We do not pick up dead animals. Animal services or the city will take care of dead animals. Contact a wildlife control professional if you have a dead animal on your property and do not know how to dispose of it properly.
Do you check my attic for wildlife?
Yes, we will check your attic. Upon inspection, we’ll look for any damage, wiring problems, feces, urine, and insulation compaction.
Will you repair the damaged areas?
Yes, we can usually repair the damaged areas left by wildlife. If the damage is too extensive, we will recommend a qualified contractor to perform the job, so it does not happen again.
How do you relocate wildlife?
We safely and effectively relocate almost all wildlife that we remove from property, including raccoons, rabbits, snakes, foxes, squirrels, and more. We usually take feral cats to a local shelter.