Squirrels removal experts
Gray squirrels are primarily diurnal (active during the day). They generally mate in the fall and spring and have litters ranging from 2-6 with a gestation period of 1-2 months. They can have 2 litters a year. Squirrels feed primarily on fruits, nuts, and seeds, but will eat insects, eggs, and other kinds of meat. They have a very strong homing instinct and pass their nesting sites down from generation to generation. So the offspring will return to their birthplace to breed over and over again. Squirrels have adapted to living with humans and love to live in attics. They also love to chew, and will chew on houses, wires, ducts, and pipes. People don’t like the noises of squirrels running about above the ceiling or in the eaves, but it’s really the chewing that’s a problem. If squirrels chew on electrical wires or water lines in an attic, it can create a real potential fire or flooding problem. Squirrels also bring in nesting material and leave urine and feces in an attic. There are no real important diseases associated with squirrels, however, they do carry parasites, and thus are vectors for the diseases that fleas, ticks, and other insects can transmit. Their feces pose the usual excrement health risks, such as leptospirosis or salmonella. Squirrels are one of the most common nuisance animals in any human structure and need to be trapped or removed and any entry points excluded to prevent future entry.