Bird's nest in a tree

When to Remove a Birds Nest

Birds are extremely busy in the springtime and have the job of mating, nest building and raising their young all in a few months time. It is important to pick the right time to remove a bird’s nest because you do not want to disrupt the development of the chicks or have to deal with their relocation.

mouse in the wall of a home

Identifying Dead Animals in Your Walls and Home

With the wide range of animals in the Austin area, it is common for some critters to find shelter in attics, subfloors, and walls in homes. When you do hear an animal in your home, it is important to get it removed quickly because the critter can get stuck in small place and die.

The smell of a dead animal is unmistakable, but it can be difficult to pinpoint where in your home the animal died. Animal removal experts will be able to pinpoint where the animal has trapped itself, and how to best remove it.

Raccoon on a bird feeder

How to Keep Raccoons From Using Your Doggie Door

Having raccoons enter your home is more than just a nuisance, it can be a health hazard as well. Raccoons are known to carry a number of harmful diseases, including salmonella, roundworms, and other disease-causing bacteria. They can also pose a danger to your pets and family that happen to be in the home. Fortunately, there are some simple and straightforward ways to stop raccoons from using the doggie door as their own personal entrance into your house.

Texas horned lizard

4 of the Weirdest Critters in Texas

Texas wildlife is unique in its diversity. State-wide, there are hundreds of species, including enough amphibians, birds, fish, mammals, invertebrates, and reptiles to keep naturalists busy for a lifetime. Some of these creatures are highly unusual, based on their coloring, appearance and habits. Of course, you don’t necessarily want these Texas critters visiting your home.…

How to Prevent Unwanted Pests After a Texas Storm

Animals need shelter just like the rest of us. When a storm destroys their natural habitat, animals will instinctively seek refuge in the nearest dry structure. Unfortunately, that structure could be your home.

Thankfully, there are plenty of things you can do to deter these unwelcome guests. Here are some of the common pests to look for after a Texas storm and some compassionate ways to prevent a possible home invasion.