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Linden Animal Removal NJ

Our company is Elizabeth Wildlife Pest Control and we operate a professional wildlife removal company based out of Linden, New Jersey. Examples of common jobs that we do include the removal of squirrels in attics, complete rat removal and prevention, removal of bats from buildings, bird prevention, raccoon trapping, snake removal, and more. We remove dead animals from homes, repair wildlife damage, and clean up wildlife waste and attics. We are not a Linden exterminator company, or a pest control business - we offer humane animal trapping in Linden.

Elizabeth Wildlife Pest Control is licensed and insured in the state of New Jersey. We service both residential and commercial projects throughout Linden. Give us a call any time at 973-658-5655 and we will listen to you describe your wildlife problem, and schedule an appointment to solve your Linden wildlife removal needs.

What should I do if I find a nest of raccoons in the attic? During these first 2 months, babies are completely helpless, can't care for themselves, so solution to the raccoon problem must include not only trapping the mother and getting her out of your home, but also finding the babies and taking care of them as well.

It would be very inhumane to trap the mother and leave babies on their own, up there in the attic. Only humane solution when you find a nest in the attic is to catch the babies as well and give them to wildlife shelter to feed them until they are ready to care for themselves, at which point they can be released to wild.

If you only catch raccoon mother, the babies will starve somewhere in the attic, die and rot, and this will cause a terrible smell-you definitely don't want to experience this! Of course, you can't expect to catch baby raccoons in the trap-when they are this small, they can't enter traps because they don't look after food and don't eat food other than their mother's milk. This will only work when babies grow up post these first 3 months and start going out with mother in a search for food. Only then can you set up two or more traps and expect to capture both mother and the babies, in which case you should take all of them to safe location, far away from your home. Don't consider taking them any closer than 5-10 miles, because in this case mother raccoon will easily find way back to your attic and you will be in the same trouble all over again.