Property damage, disease, and stress can be the result when creatures find our way into our homes. We need to get our space back, but we also need to be sure that wildlife can be restored to its proper habitat. Humane removal and permanent prevention are the foundation on which Magnolia Wildlife Solutions was built.
We also offer coyote control, commercial wildlife removal services, and more. If you are in need of a wildlife removal service that is not listed above, please contact us for more information about how we can help.
With Magnolia Wildlife Solutions, you get humane removal services and permanent prevention. Call (662) 262-8988 or contact us online.
An opening no larger than a nickel is all a squirrel needs to get into your house. They can chew up insulation and, when outdoors, can chew up your lawn. Humane capture, which is required under U.S. law, means knowing what type of squirrel you’re dealing with and what bait to use. We can help.
Bird excrement looks disgusting, and for a business, it leaves a bad first impression on potential customers. It can also transmit unhealthy pathogens. Magnolia Wildlife Solutions can execute humane bird removal in accord with the law.
Rats are one of the most common types of rodent pest. They come to our homes attracted by the possibility of warmth, shelter, and food. Their intentions might be good, but rats bring viruses and bacteria. The quicker they’re removed, the better.
Raccoons are exceptionally strong and able to tear their way into your house. They can cause severe property damage and injury to people and pets.
The flexibility of snakes gives them several ways to enter a house. They’re likely to be attracted to a home that has quiet and dark places where they can take shelter. Humidity can result in damp basements that attract snakes looking for water. We have venomous snakes in our area, so removal should always be done by professionals.
Bats might not be the aggressive creatures that popular myths might lead us to believe, but they’re dangerous in more subtle ways. Their very presence in a home can bring disease. We need bats to protect our yards from insects, but we don’t want to share housing with them.
Beaver dams can cause irrigation problems on your property. Beavers are persistent and hard to locate, so permanent prevention calls for a trained professional to put them in their proper habitat.
Our team’s commitment to solving our community’s pest problem is the foundation of our company. With our team, you can say goodbye to unwanted pests for good.