TRAPPING AND REMOVAL SERVICES


        RACCOON, COYOTE,  SKUNK and SQUIRREL REMOVAL OUR SPECIALTY  
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We provide wildlife removal services by trapping or actual hands on physical removal;
minor repairs and installation of chimney caps to residential and
commercial properties in the MetroWest Massachusetts area.

Ashland, Dover, Framingham, Franklin, Holliston, Hopkinton, Medfield, Medway, Millis
Natick, Norfolk, Sherborn and Sudbury, Massachusettts

Raccoons

Raccoons are predominately nocturnal but may be seen in daylight. Most commonly found in chimneys. Chimneys are desireable places to raise their young. Litters are born in Late March, early April and average 3-5 babies

Squirrels

Gray Squirrels have 2 breeding seasons; Dec - Feb and May - Jun. Average litter size is 2-3 young. If you hear chewing and scratching in your home call immediately before damage is done.  We recommend chimney caps be installed to prevent entry.

Flying
Squirrels

Flying Squirrels are active during the nighttime hours.  They do not 'fly' but glide through the air from place to place. They are small and can enter very small hole to gain entrance to your house or attic.

Skunks

Skunks are mostly nocturnal as they forage for food. They do not hibernate in winter but activity is very low.  They mate in February and the young are born in May.  A litter can have 4-5 young skunks.

Woodchucks

Often called 'ground hogs' they are medium sized with reddish-brown hair.  They live in hedges, fields and will burrow under sheds and porches.  They mate in March/April fimeframe and gnerally have 4-5 'pups' a year. Generally, they are plant eaters.

Snapping
Turtles

Snapping turtles are fresh water turtles. They have large heads that cannot be withdrawn into their shell so they rely on their strong jaws for defense and can bite hard if disturbed or threatened

Coyote

Coyotes have become a common nuisance animal. They live in all areas of Massachusetts and can be agressive towards small animals. Problems happen during the mating season in Jan. and Feb and again when the young are born in April/May.  Coyotes have 1 litter per year. I am licensed to handle removal of coyotes in the populated area towns in MetroWest Massachusetts


Snakes
 

It is unlikely that you will find a poisonous snake in Massachusetts.  Most common are:  Garter Snakes, Milk Snakes, Water Snakes and Black Racers. They live in cool areas and can often been seen suning themselfs on walks and stonewalls.

Opossums Marsupial animal.  Female carries young in her pouch for 1-2 months.  Nocturnal animal, when frightened and unable to escape, will fall down anad 'play possom' until threat goes away.
Red Fox

The Red Fox is a solitary hunter, feeding on rodents,rabbits, birds and other small game. In the Spring, the Vixen (female) gives birth to 2-10 pups.  Both parents care for the pups through the summer until they are ready to strike off on their own.

Chipmunks

Chipmunks mate in early Spring and again in late Summer producing litters of 4-5 young twice a year. Chipmunks collect and store food to sustain them through the winter months. They mate in the Spring and produce litters of 2-8 young.

Mice
 

For estimates, pricing and appointments call:
Bob
508-877-1140
508-376-1920

Email: Trapperbob@verizon.net