Beavers

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Beavers are generally known for the distinctive structures they create in rivers and streams. These surprisingly sturdy homes are built from twigs, leaves, sticks and mud. The dams that beavers construct allow them to safely access a deep pool of water without fear of predators. This is also where they locate the majority of their food. In order to make a dam, local beavers may be chewing up the trees on your property while trying to gather building materials.

While watching beavers in action can be a wonderful experience, they can eventually become a nuisance. If you find yourself becoming tired of these animals and the problems their presence poses, AB Wildlife Removal offers professional beaver removal for Huntsville and the nearby areas.

Huntsville: Common Beaver Problems
The presence of beavers on your property often indicates that you are near a body of water, such as a river, a lake, or even a retention pond. Beavers will often look to the areas surrounding this water for good sources of materials in order to build the dams in which they sleep and catch their food. The trees and plant life in your yard can become victim to the selection of these animals.

Frequently, the dams built by these beavers also cause flooding, which can quickly overtake embankments and flow into your property. AB Wildlife Removal provides residents of Huntsville with a solution for common beaver problems like those already discussed. With our trapping and control services, you are guaranteed to be free of this wildlife in no time.

 

Beaver Trapping for Huntsville Residents
We have been offering beaver trapping in Huntsville for over 25 years. Over that time, AB Wildlife Removal has only utilized the most effective techniques in removing beavers from properties.

 

Complete Beaver Control Huntsville
Along with our trapping services, we also provide beaver control. Huntsville homes won’t have to worry about returning beavers with the help of AB Wildlife Removal. We utilize small alterations to your property that make it an unattractive option for wildlife to inhabit or use.

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