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Lindsay Wildlife Museum’s Wildlife Exclusion Service

By Gary Bogue
Thursday, January 27th, 2011 at 7:02 am in Opossums, Raccoons, Skunks, Snakes.

Raccoon in the house. Photo by Maureen Wright, Pittsburg, CA
coon in house


Wildlife exclusion is a service offered by Lindsay Wildlife Museum in Walnut Creek, Calif.,  to ensure the harmless eviction of wild animals from areas where they are not wanted such as attics, crawl spaces and garages. Humane techniques are used to evict wildlife and proven methods are used to prevent re-entry. Proceeds from this service go directly towards funding the museums wildlife rehabilitation hospital.

If you need this service, please call the museum at 925-627-2943

Common problems:
*** Raccoons, opossums, skunks nesting in crawlspace
*** Squirrels in attic
*** Snakes in garage

Typical solution:
*** Identify the entrance
*** Humanely evict the animal
*** Clean or sanitize the area
*** Repair and prevention measures
*** Close the opening
*** Follow up call or inspection
*** Habitat and conservation education

The Lindsay Wildlife Museum is at 1931 First Ave., Walnut Creek. Find out more about this wonderful place at /Gary

Mama opossum and babies by Andy & Peggy Mosko, Fremont, CA.
andy & peggy mosko, fremont2

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