Friday, February 24, 2012
NJ raccoon removal can be done the easy way, and of course the hard way. In this case, the hard way is also the very dangerous way. Some people may think it's cheap, entertaining and maybe even empowering to try trapping a raccoon on their own. While some may be successful, consider your own safety. Raccoon can carry a host of diseases and are known for being very protective of their young. Capturing a raccoon on your own can expose you to nasty bites, scratches and a high-pitched screeching sound (it's something like a war-cry for the raccoon).
Don't be a hero! Let a professional North Jersey raccoon removal specialist deal with your pest problem. Not only do they have training and expertise in handling wild animals like raccoon, but some (like Alco NJ Animals & Pest Control) use humane methods. That means, although you don't want the raccoon family redecorating your shed, you want to ensure the family is moved into nature rather than killed. While NJ raccoon removal experts like the staff at Alco can't promise you the raccoon will enjoy their tree in the forest as much as they enjoyed your attic, they can promise you humane, affordable and satisfying service. That's the easy way!
Tuesday, February 14, 2012
On a daily basis many of us would not be shocked, or even interested, in the usual gray-colored, bushy-tailed squirrels that scurry around trees and bushes. However, squirrels with nutty colors have been popping up in the local area and drawing media attention. One lucky little critter dressed in purple made his Twitter and Facebook debut last week. A purple squirrel, found by a couple near their Jersey Shore home, made headlines in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. The purple squirrel easily gained over 3,000 Facebook fans and 350+ followers on Twitter on accounts set up for the new spotlight darling.
You're in luck! Squirrel Control in Morris County is a call or click away. Fear not for the safety of the purple squirrel; a service like the one provided by Alco NJ Animal & Pest Control is cruelty-free, capturing and releasing squirrels through the use of one-way enclosures. When the squirrels return to the nest they've created on your property they step into a one-way trap, unable to exit. Morris County NJ Squirrel Control services provided by Alco NJ Animal & Pest Control are available at all hours of the day, reachable by phone at (973) 540-9944 and online at NJPest.com for same-day assistance.
Admire colorful squirrels from a distance, or on Facebook and Twitter. Let Alco NJ Animal & Pest Control help you tend to your Morris County Squirrel Control problem.