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People value wildlife for a very broad range of reasons. Protection, enhancement, consumption, preservation and aesthetics all have their proponents. Regardless of one’s primary ideology, there tends to be general agreement that management of damage is necessary when too many of any given species creates negative economic impact, or health and safety concerns.

All American Wildlife Control is most concerned about safeguarding people: ourselves, our customers and the public. There are health and safety risks posed by the presence of nuisance or predatory wildlife and by the techniques, means and methods used to control, or exclude wildlife.

For most people, “nuisance wildlife” means an animal is destructive or menacing. The animal may be damaging property such as buildings, crops, pets, livestock, gardens or public parks. Wildlife may threaten human health or safety by spreading diseases; through direct attacks or accidentally, because of collisions with cars, airplanes, or trains.

There are many reasons why the All American Wildlife Control company is called on by the Federal Government Entities, State Government Entities, Local Government Entities, Township Entities, Industrial or Commercial Properties and Private Land Owners to service their wildlife control requirements and damage repair needs. 

Maines Most Common Nuisance Wildlife Species

Flying Squirrels


Flying squirrels is probably the most common call we get here at All American Wildlife Control.  Typically they are found in a hardwood forest are but they can be found where there is a mix of both soft and hardwood forests.  Most people don’t even realize that flying squirrels are the cause of their problem until they call us.  This is typically due to the fact that flying squirrels are nocturnal so when they enter and leave a structure its in the evening and early morning hours.  The most common complaint from the customer is they are hearing noises in the attic and walls during the night and/or early morning.  Usually they describe hearing scampering, scratching, gnawing and sometimes squeaking.  Although these creatures are very cute they can cause serious damage to your home.  When they get into your walls and attics they can create a mess with your insulation by tearing it up as well as urinating and defacating on insulation.  Flying squirrels have what we call toilets.  They generally will pick a couple spots to drop most of their waste on.  When this goes untouched for long periods of time and maybe even during a short time period, depending on the colony size,  you will see brown stains seaping through wood work or sheet rock.  Many times you will see these stains on the outside of your eves.

Grey Squirrels

Grey Squirrels are known to have destructive abilities when it comes to our homes.  Most obvious signs your home has been invaded by grey squirrels would be a baseball size hole around your roofline or gable end vent.  They are most active during the day.  You would here them typicaly just about sunrise and around sunset.  This is when they are leaving the building to go fouraige for food.  During the time when they have their young (spring, summer) you can hear them throughout the day inside your home.  The most notable damage would be damage that is caused by their chewing as well as their ability to make insulation look like it was put through a blender.

Bats

Maine has over eight species of bats.  Most common that are found would be the Little Brown Bat and Large Brown Bat.  Bats are very beneficial to our ecological system by eating a large variety of insects and moths.  However, when bats enter a building overtime it can be a health hazard as well as a structural hazard.  Only a small percentage of bats carries the rabies disease but every bat should be treated with extreme care if found in home and all necessary precautions should be made to make sure there are no transmition of diseases.  These creatures do require much of an opening in your home to enter.  Some of the most common areas of entry are ridge vent, gable end vents, and soffits.  Some bats will hybernate inside your home.  They could be found in your wall, under insulation or tucked in near a chimney.  In Maine there is a short window in which we can exclude bats from the home.  During the months of June, July and August (sometimes September) bats are rearing their young and cannot be evicted from your home.  So with this being said it is usually only during April, May, and September that we can perform bat exclusion. 

Maine Areas Of Service

#CumberlandCounty: #Portland, #SouthPortland, #Falmouth, #Scarborough, #Brunswick, #Windham, #Gorham, #Yarmouth, #Westbrook, #CapeElizabeth, #Freeport, #Cumberland, #Standish, #NorthYarmouth, #Bridgton, #Harpswell, #Sebago, #Casco, #NewGloucester, #Naples, #Gray, #Pownal, #Raymond, #Baldwin, #Harrison, 

#YorkCounty: #York, #Biddeford, #Kennebunk, #Kittery, #Saco, #Wells, #Ogunquit, #Kennebunkport, #OldOrchardBeach, #Berwick, #Sanford, #SouthBerwick, #NorthBerwick, #Waterboro, #Eliot, #Alfred, #Shapleigh, #Limington, #Buxton, #Arundel, #Hollis, #Parsonsfield, #Newfield, #Lebanon, #Acton, #Limerick, #Cornish, #Lyman, #Dayton, #LakeArrowhead

#AdroscogginCounty: #Lewiston, #Auburn, #Lisbon, #LivermoreFalls, #Sabattus, #Turner, #MechanicFalls, #Livermore, #Poland, #Minot, #Greene, #Leeds, #Durham, #Wales

#OxfordCounty:   #Paris, #Oxford, #Norway, #Rumford, #Fryeburg, #Waterford, #WestParis, #Buckfield, #Bethel, #Dixfield, #Newry, #Hebron, #Andover, #Brownfield, #Mexico, #Lovell, #Sumner, #Woodstock, #Hiram, #Denmark, #Stoneham, #Greenwood, #Porter, #Roxbury, #Peru, #Otisfield, #Hanover, #Gilead, #Stow, #Hartford, #Sweden, #Magalloway, #Byron, #Canton, #Upton

#SagadahocCounty:   #Bath, #Topsham, #Phippsburg, #Woolwich, #Bowdoinham, #Bowdoin, #Georgetown, #Richmond, #WestBath, #Arrowsic

#LincolnCounty:   #Wiscasset, #Boothbay, #Damariscotta, #Newcastle, #Edgecomb, #SouthBristol, #Waldoboro, #Southport, #Bristol, #Nobleboro, #Alan, #Whitefield, #Bremen, #Jefferson, #Dresden, #Monhegan, #Somerville

#KennebecCounty:   #Belgrade, #Readfield, #Monmouth, #Vassalboro, #Pittston, #Augusta, #Farmingdale, #Fayette, #Waterville, #Hallowell, #Winthrop, #WestGardiner, #Gardiner, #Oakland, #Winslow, #Sidney, #Manchester, #Chelsea, #China, #Litchfield, #Benton, #Rome, #Wayne, #MountVernon, #Albion, #Clinton, #Windsor, #Vienna, #SouthChina, #NorthMonmouth, #EastWinthrop, #NorthVassalboro, #LibbyHill, #ChinaVillage, #EastVassalboro, #SouthWindsor, #KentsHill, #BelgradeLakes, #Maranacook, #WeeksMills, #SouthGardiner, #NorthBelgrade

#WaldoCounty:   #Belfast, #Lincolnville, #Searsport, #Islesboro, #Searsmont, #Northport, #Winterport, #StocktonSprings, #Morril, #Thorndike, #Frankfort, #Unity, #Swanville, #Waldo, #Brooks, #Liberty, #Montville, #Monroe, #Troy, #Burnham, #Freedom, #Palermo, #Knox, #Belmont, #Prospect, #Jackson

#FranklinCounty:   #Farmington, #Rangeley, #Wilton, #Kingfield, #Eustis, #NewSharon, #Jay, #NewVineyard, #Strong, #Phillips, #Weld, #Temple, #Chesterville, #CarrabassettValley, #Industry, #Avon, #Carthage, #Madrid

#HancockCounty:   #Ellsworth, #BarHarbor, #BlueHill, #Bucksport, #MountDesert, #DeerIsle, #SouthwestHarbor, #Hancock, #Gouldsboro, #Orland, #Castine, #Stonington, #Surry, #Penobscot, #WinterHarbor, #Brooksville, #Brooklin, #Cranberry, #Sullivan, #Lamoine, #Franklin, #Sedgwick, #Tremont, #Sorrento, #Aurora, #Trenton, #Dedham, #Mariaville, #Eastbrook, #Frenchboro, #Amherst, #Waltham, #Otis, #Osborn