Specializing in the safe and humane removal and control of all nuisance Wildlife.
We Service all of Western New York
We are Licensed by the New York State Department of Enviromental Conservation, and fully insured.
Cayuga Creek Nuisance Wildlife Removal has been resolving squirrel issues since 2004. We know squirrels, as the greater Buffalo areas leader in squirrel removal, and squirrel control, we can assist you in with your squirrel problems . Whether squirrels have taken up residence in your attic, your eves, or your soffits, we can remove these non rent payment tenents.
Gray squirrels are 18 to 20 inches long with their tail being half that length. They are very common in New York State, and are very adaptable to suburban and urban areas.
Signs of their presence:
Visual, gray squirrels are active during the day, with peak activity around daybreak and dusk.
Sounds, gray squirrels can be extremely loud when living in a building. When in attics, they can be heard scampering across ceilings, walls, and floors.
Gray squirrels are notorious chewers and can cause extensive damage to vents, eaves, soffits, and fascia. They can tunnel through insulation, and chew wires.
Red squirrels are smaller than grays and normally range between 10 and 12 inchs in length including their tail. They have a distinctive red color, and are commonly found throughout New York state.
Signs of their presence:
Same as the gray squirrel, except red squirrels are more vocal than the gray, with a chirp like sound and endless chatter.
In the wild red squirrels prefer pines, and commonly invade houses and buildings near pines with over hanging limbs. Red squirrel damage mirrors that of gray squirrels and again are known chewers.
Flying squirrels, don't have wings they use flanges of skin between front and rear feet to glide. They can glide distances up to 50 feet!
Flyers are common throughout New York. They differ from the gray and red squirrel because they are truly nocturnal. They are social and tend to live in groups sometimes exceeding 15 animals.
Serving Erie County, Niagara County, Wyoming County, Genesse County. Including Buffalo, Cheektowaga, Sloan, Alden, Attica, Akron, Lancaster, Depew, Hamburg, Angola, West Seneca, Blasdell, Boston, Lackawanna, Elma, Marilla, Wales, East Aurora, Orchard Park, Clarence, Colden, Lake View, Newstead, Sloan, Evans, Williamsville, Amherst, Niagara Falls, Tonawanda, Kenmore, Grand Island, Eden, Holland, Pembroke, Medina, Darien, Alexander, Java, Batavia, Warsaw, Bennington, Orangeville, Perry, Sheldon, Strykersville, Bergen, Corfu, Elba, Oakfield, Gasport, Middleport, Lockport, Wheatfield, and all points in between.