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If you have a squirrel problem in Leon County Florida, or any other conflict with a wild animal, I am confident that we can solve it. Unlike other Tallahassee pest control companies or Tallahassee squirrel exterminators,
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If you hear noises in your attic, or see chewing on your wood or wires, or have a nest or feces in your attic, we can solve your problem.
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Tallahassee Squirrel Situation: Hi David, I've been hearing scratches behind my walls (I don't have an attic) and determined that it is from squirrels. The scratching started a couple of months ago, then I didn't hear them until recently (04/17/12) when I heard the squeaking on several different floors of my house. A baby squirrel was stuck in my laundry room in the basement. I trapped him using a (neighbor's) cage and brought him to the park to release. When I opened the cage door, the squirrel (from internet images I'm guessing he is about 10-14 weeks old) I expecting him to run out. To my surprise, he kept trying to climb up my leg and hop onto my foot. After I left the park, I went back about 10-15 minutes later to check on him and he was still there trying to run back to me. I finally left and looked up 10 week old squirrels on the internet only to read that they will not survive if you leave them in a park. I have to tell you, that this really upset me especially since I heard more scratching. I feel that not only did I separate him from his mother, but I sent him to his death! I found your website and took your advice by calling "A Wildlife Pro" that services Tallahassee FL. I am currently waiting for a call back to determine how to proceed. So I guess my question to you is (to ease my mind) will the squirrel that I released survive? I released him on April 17th, 2012 in a local park. I've attached photos that may help you determine his age. I have not been able to stop thinking about the poor little guy! I'm sure you are busy, but I would love to hear back from you. Thank you! Roe
Thanks so much for checking back with me. I never received a response for them (A Wildlife Pro). Up until about a week ago I hadn't heard any scratching so I assumed the squirrels were out. However I heard them again. Fortunately I believe I've discovered how they are getting in. My neighbor actually saw one entering a hole in the side of the house near the second floor. The way my house and my neighbor's houses are situated, it isn't easy to access the hole, I have to enter a neighbor's yard to do so. It's funny how everyday I think about the baby squirrel that I took to the park. I am still disturbed by the fact that I probably sent him to his certain death! I will try to contact A Wildlife Pro again or search for another organization. Thanks! Roe
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