Fisher Cat Removal

Fisher Cat Removal and Control

Unlike most wildlife, fisher cats stay active year-round as they do not go into hibernation. These wildlife animals prefer to live in areas with heavy canopy cover and often avoid large open areas. However, fishers are becoming more accustomed to humans through the years.

While occasional passing is not severely harmful, these creatures are becoming bold. In addition, the number of attacks on domestic animals by fishers is increasing as they start integrating themselves into residential areas.

Aside from physical harm, fishers also pose a health risk. Hence, it’d be best to keep these creatures away.

Dangers Fisher Cats Pose

Fishers are solitary creatures, but they do become sociable during the breeding season. They’ve also grown to become more accustomed to humans over the years. They no longer have a problem with making pit stops in residential houses.

The diet of fishers is primarily composed of small and mid-sized animals. This includes squirrels, mice, snowshoe hares, mountain beavers, and birds. Hence, in their travel, fishers prey on domestic animals, especially birds and chickens.

Fisher cats are generally docile animals. Yet, there are instances where these creatures attack and bite humans.

Note, however, that these attacks aren’t random and rarely happen. Like woodchucks, fishers become vicious when disturbed, surprised, or threatened.

If you’re bitten or even scratched by a fisher cat, clean the wound immediately. Then, seek medical attention as these wildlife animals are disease carriers. They can carry rabies, ticks, fleas, and mange.

Our Removal & Control Process

Considering fishers’ health hazards, it’s best not to keep them skulking around your property. So you first need to make sure your property doesn’t scream “breeding nest” to fishers. Hence, remove stumps, logs, and other decaying organic material.

Fasten bright lights and noisemakers on your premises. This is especially true if you live in an area where fisher cats are most abundant.

If you have birds at home, make sure that you keep the area where your bird feeder is clean. Seeds are magnets to many small animals, such as squirrels, which are common prey of fishers.

Ultimately, the best way to deal with fisher problems is to consult a fisher cat removal service provider. The Wilkins Wildlife fisher cat removal and control professionals know how best to safely keep fishers out of your property.

After all, you do not want to kill them due to specific laws protecting them. What you want is the help of fisher trapping service providers such as Wilkins Wildlife, which employs harmless fisher trapping tactics.

Why Choose Us

Fisher cat removal and control is not an easy task and can be quite challenging. In addition, the risk of getting hurt and infected along the way is high.

As such, do not attempt to do DIY fisher cat removals. You want to leave this challenging fisher cat removal to our expert team, who can skillfully apply the fisher trapping techniques. It’s a much safer, more efficient, and highly effective method.

Reliable, fast, humane, and cost-effective best describe our fisher cat removal and control services. After accurate tracing and identification, we employ live traps to catch them safely before relocating them.

Our exclusion, removal, and repair solutions are the best on the Eastern Shore of Delaware, Maryland and Virginia.

You can also count on our prevention tips to keep wildlife and pests away from your residence, commercial or industrial property.  Don’t just take our word for it; contact us today and experience our quality service yourself!

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