(937) 550-1449

Wildlife Trapping Professionals Dayton, Ohio

Call us now at (937) 550-1449 for professional wildlife removal services in Dayton, OH.

Featured Pests of Dayton Ohio

We are a professional animal removal company headquartered in Dayton, and servicing all of Montgomery County, OH. We solve problems with wild critters in the home and around the property. We handle animals such as squirrels, raccoons, skunks, rats, mice, opossums, and even snakes, bats, and birds. We most commonly receive calls about scratching sounds in your attic, or digging in your lawn, or many other critter problems. We not only remove animals, but we provide a wide array of services, from animal damage repairs, preventative home repairs, attic cleaning, and more. We are fully licensed and insured in Ohio, and we answer our phones 24/7. Call us now at (937) 550-1449 for a free price quote and to schedule a same-day or next day appointment for animal removal.

If you are sitting there in the middle of the night, and have heard the sounds of animals moving either in the attic or in the walls, we know that you may be very concerned about the sounds that you hear. As one of the largest animal removal companies in the area, we have the staff to be able to offer a 24/7 helpline that you can call to discuss your situation and to offer practical advice and steps that you can take yourself. They can also talk you through what our technicians might do to resolve the issue, along with being able to arrange a quick callout for one to visit your premises – often available on the same day. We take pride in being able to handle almost any pest animal situation that this region can throw at us – and having been serving people in the area for over a decade it certainly does throw us a curveball from time to time. Our agents are highly trained and will often have years of experience, so will be able to tailor the right animal removal solution to deal with your particular situation effectively. Unfortunately, animals that have been present in different parts of domestic or commercial property may have soiled the area or caused damage, so our technicians can also offer high quality repairs and a full sanitization solution.

About Our Company

Services We Offer

  • Wildlife Trapping
  • Prevention Repairs
  • Attic Cleanup

Best service in Dayton

  • Superior wildlife control from attic to yard, start to finish.
  • Available 24/7 with weekend and same-day appointments
  • Humane treatment of animals and professional service for you.
We are competitively priced, but for the value you get, we are the best. Not all companies are the same! A pest control company will bill you monthly, for years, but never solve the problem. We solve your wildlife problem, permanently, the first time. No two jobs are exactly alike, so call us at (937) 550-1449 for a price quote.

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Dayton Wildlife Trapper Tip of the Month:
United States Bat Species

Bats are crucial to our planet, they provide essential pest control, pollinate our plants and disperse seeds for new plants and trees. Bats play a vital role in the health of our natural world, and are fascinating creatures. They are a group of mammals that belong to the group, “Chiroptera,” which means hand-wing. All living bat species fit into one of two sub-groups, the Microchiroptera or the Megachiroptera. Members of the latter group are often called “flying foxes” because of their fox-like faces. They are found only in the Old World tropics, while the Microchiroptera, which are highly varied in appearance, occur worldwide.

Below is the list of bat species in the United States:

California Leaf-Nosed Bat

The California leaf-nosed bats have short, broad wings that are not suited for long-distance flying. They are found in Southern California, Southern Nevada and parts of Arizona, the California leaf-nosed bat gets its name from the leaf-like projection on the tip of its snout, it’s an adaptation on bats that sends out echolocation sounds through their noses. In addition to its nose, this bat is easy to recognize because of its large ears and grayish to dark brown fur.

Red Bat

Red bats are North America’s most abundant “tree bats.” They are found east of the Rocky Mountains from central Canada to central Florida wherever there are trees. Red bats roost in tree foliage, where their rusty red color makes them look like dead leaves. They are perfectly camouflaged as they hang from a single foot with their furry tails curled around them. Red bats are solitary, coming together only to mate and to migrate. Unlike most bats, red bats often give birth to twins and can have litters of up to five young, though three is average. In the fall they perform long-distance migrations, traveling the same routes along the Atlantic seaboard as many small birds do.

Hoary Bat

The hoary bat is one of America’s most handsome bats. It feast on moths, beetles and other insects, and travel up to 24 miles roundtrip in a night foraging for food. It has a wingspan of up to 16 inches and long, dense, white-tipped fur that gives it a frosted appearance. The hoary bat is among the most widespread of all bats, found throughout most of Canada and the United States, and south into Central and South America (there is even a subspecies of the hoary bat in Hawaii). While this species is abundant, the hoary bat is also a solitary creature that’s rarely seen.

Pallid Bat

The pallid bat has large ears, but no nose leaf. It is another gleaner that feeds mostly from the ground, unlike the majority of North American bats, which capture flying prey. With its huge ears, it can detect insects simply by listening for footsteps, and it can respond accurately to a split-second sound from up to 16 feet away. Its most common prey includes crickets, beetles, grasshoppers, and even scorpions. Pallid bats roost in rock crevices, buildings, and bridges in arid regions. They are found in Mexico and the southwestern United States north through Oregon, Washington, and western Canada.

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