Wildlife Management in Buffalo: What You Need To Know

Buffalo has progressed a lot in recent years, with a growing population and urbanization -- it's no wonder that wildlife problems have increased along with it. With reduced government spending in municipal animal control services, curbing wildlife problems has been left to private individuals. As a home or business owner, you want your property free of pests and wildlife problems. For the safety of your family, wildlife management is best left to professionals who are trained in handling the removal animals in a safe, humane way. What type of animals require special removal? How is it done? We'll tell you!


If you have repeat animal offenders on your property -- you'll find out sooner or later. In Western New York, common wildlife pests include: bats, rodents, skunks, moles, squirrels, opossums, woodchucks, coyote, snakes and geese. Many of these animals are drawn to your home due to a lack of natural habitat.

How do we remove wildlife? Our specialists use species-specific removal techniques including one-way doors and excluders. Once the animal or pests are removed, eco-friendly repellents and deterrents are used to discourage a return.


We take every preventative measure possible to ensure your property is sealed up tight! Ehrlich uses professional grade animal proofing that includes animal entry and exit holes -- identifying and preventing areas that animals may utilize as an entrance. Our specialists educate about awareness and habits of each specific pest, keeping our customers informed about what to do next. This helps prevent the need for wildlife removal services!  


The colder months in Buffalo bring wildlife to our doors that are seeking warmth and food. We don't blame them! Unfortunately, unless your home is a licensed wildlife refuge -- managing wildlife is important. What makes it so vital to handle properly? The rabies virus is a neurotropic virus that can cause serious illness, and even death. The animal in New York State most commonly found with rabies is the raccoon. Keeping your pets and family away from wildlife is essential for this reason. While it's not likely that every animal you encounter is infected with rabies, it's always better to be safe than sorry.


It's important to us at Ehrlich to keep your family and home safe, but to also remove wildlife in a humane way, returning them to parents/offspring whenever possible. Handling wildlife is a niche skill that requires specific resources and industry knowledge. With some animals having the possibility of carrying diseases, enlisting professional help is the best option. If you're experiencing wildlife problems and need help, fast -- contact Ehrlich today!


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