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.
Woodchucks are common in all of New York state. They average 20 to 27 inches in length and weigh between 5 and 12 pounds. In the wild, woodchucks prefer meadows, hedgerows, and hay fields. In suburban and urban areas woodchucks will den under barns, porches, sheds, and decks.
Signs of their presence:
Visual, woodchucks are active during the day, with peak periods in the morning and evening.
Odor, woodchucks have a distinctive odor and flies will be common around den entrances.
Dens can be identified by the large mound of dirt in front of the main entrance. Secondary entrances are common and trails will be visible between the entrances.
Woodchucks can cause extensive damage to vegetable and flower gardens. A single woodchuck can reduce a garden to stubs in just a few days. Woodchucks also create vast burrows. This burrowing can cause small sheds, pools, or outbuildings to collapse.
Serving Erie County, Niagara County, Wyoming County, Genesse County, Cattaraugus County, and Chautauqua 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, Arcade, Eden, Collins, Holland, Pembroke, Medina, Darien, Alexander, Java, Sardina, Yorkshire, Batavia, Warsaw, Bennington, Orangeville, Perry, Sheldon, Strykersville, Bergen, Corfu, Elba, Oakfield, Wheatfield, and all points in between.