The state of an animal engaging in its typical behaviors such as foraging, nesting, or moving. An Active animal is often easier to detect but may also be more challenging to manage. Activity levels can vary with the time of day and season.


The various tasks and procedures involved in managing Nuisance Animals. Activities can range from inspection and Identification to removal and preventative measures. Effective Wildlife Control often involves multiple Activities carried out in a strategic manner.


Living organisms capable of locomotion and complex behavior. Animals can range from domesticated pets to wild or feral organisms that can become a Nuisance. Their presence in human dwellings can cause a variety of issues.


Help or support provided by individuals or organizations skilled in Wildlife Control. Assistance can range from advice and Estimates to full-service removal and prevention. It is often sought by those dealing with Nuisance animal issues.


The act of carefully considering or observing something, often to catch details that may be missed at first glance. Attention to detail is crucial in the inspection phase of Wildlife Control. It can also refer to the level of customer service provided.


The space located directly below the roof in buildings, often a haven for various types of Animals. Many homeowners discover Nuisance Animals in this space. It can become a complex issue to resolve, often requiring Professional Assistance.

attic noise

Audible signs of activity, usually by Animals, within the Attic.


Refers to juvenile Animals, especially mammals. Babies are often found in nests and may be a sign of a larger animal issue within a dwelling. The presence of babies can complicate removal efforts.


Subterranean spaces that may host a variety of Wildlife, such as rodents, insects, and larger Animals.