Animal Trapping and
Wildlife Control Solutions
Serving Customers in Baltimore and throughout Maryland
TS Wildlife Control was founded to provide professional wildlife removal and consultation services for Baltimore, Maryland resident and business owners.
Raccoons, Baby Raccoons Trapping
Spring pest: Raccoon. It's the time of year when the home owners start seeing adult raccoons and well as baby raccoons. Raccoons usually mate in a period triggered by increasing daylight between late January and mid-March.
The original habitats of the raccoon are deciduous and mixed forests of North America, but due to their adaptability they have extended their range to mountainous areas, coastal marshes, and urban areas, where many home owners consider them to be pests.
They are cute, but they are dangerous. Raccoons can carry rabies, a lethal disease caused by the neurotropic rabies virus carried in the saliva and transmitted by bites. While overturned waste containers and raided fruit trees are just a nuisance to home owners, it can cost several thousand dollars to repair damage caused by the use of attic space as dens.
Black Snake Trapping and Removal
Black rat snakes are harmless, but their sightings can be a terrifying experience for many people.
Most of the time, the black snakes are there to catch rodents. Remove the mice and rats - the snakes will be gone.
Snake removal service involves finding as many snakes as possible, performing exclusion to prevent reentry, and treating for mice and rats.
Black snakes can climb trees. If there are any tree branches near or touching the house, the snakes can easily get in. Remove all branches close to the house. The snakes that are in the house will most likely find a way out of the house and will not be able to come back in.
Red Fox Trapping, Baby Foxes Trapping and Removal
Foxes are beautiful, but have no place inside your home! Like raccoons, red foxes are vulnerable to rabies, and rabid animals can infect pets or humans.
Foxes breed from January through March with the gray fox tending to breed two to four weeks later than the red fox. After about 2 months they give birth to a litter of about four to five pups. The pups stay in the den till about four or five weeks of age, and at about 12 weeks the pups will are weaned and join the adults to go hunting and catch their own food. Old barns, low-lying decks, and storage sheds are often used for den sites.
So what can we do for you?
Squirrels running through your attic? We will trap them, release them far away, and seal the holes to prevent re-entry.
Bats invading your home? We will exclude them (this is non lethal) and then systematically seal even the smallest openings to prevent re-entry.
Groundhogs destroying your yard or garden? We will humanely trap them and lay wire in a trench and back fill to solve the problem permanently.
Raccoons knocking over your trash cans? We will humanely trap them.
Fox getting in a little too close for comfort? Most trappers can't catch a fox, but we can... in fact, it's our specialty.
Any other wildlife bothering you? Just let us know. We have a solution.