Signs You Have a Squirrel Problem

Squirrels in attic? Squirrel Removal in Houston - Elite Wildlife Services

Everyone in Katy, TX has squirrels in their yard. As long as they stay in your yard, squirrels are relatively harmless.  Yet when squirrels get into your home you've got a huge problem on your hands! They're just as bad as mice for chewing just about everything and defecating just

Raccoons on roof - Raccoon Trapping - Houston Raccoon Removal Services - Elite Wildlife Services

Have you seen a pack of little trash pandas cavorting around your yard? Raccoons can be adorable, but like any wild animals they can bring some trouble! We've been seeing a lot more raccoons in Sugar Land lately, and so we thought we'd take time to walk you through some of

Removal Services - Rat Removal - Rat Exterminator - Elite Wildlife Services

Dealing with a rodent infestation? Squirrels, rats, and mice, all rodents that love being in our homes. Why wouldn't they? It's warm, it's dry, and they're steady sources of food and things to chew.We, of course, do not love having rodents in our home. They're fire hazards because they take

Getting Rid of Squirrels in Houston - September is squirrel season - Elite Wildlife Services

August through October and February through May are the seasons in which baby squirrels are born. As of this month there are already some adorable pest babies happily snuggling up to their moms.  That means squirrels are already instinctively on the lookout for clean, dry, warm places to build their

Bat Removal Services in The Woodlands, Texas - Residential Bat Removal - Commercial Bat Removal - Elite Wildlife Services

There are ten species of bats inhabiting the Woodlands area:  The Eastern Red Bat The Seminole Bat The Hoary Bat The Northern Yellow Bat The Big Brown Bat The Evening Bat The Eastern Pipistrelle The Silver-Haired Bat The Free-tailed Bat On certain nights in the area you can see hundreds

Wildlife Removal in The Woodlands, Texas - Elite Wildlife Services

Many people enjoy living in The Woodlands because it puts them right next door to the 1800-acre George Mitchell Nature Preserve. While you might enjoy being able to spot various creatures when you visit the Preserve, the last place you want them is in your home or business.It's not unusual