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Beaver Removal

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Beavers WorkingWildlife Removal in Virginia uses humane, time-tested techniques for beaver removal.  Beaver nuisances can be handled by several methods, depending on the situation.  An Integrated Wildlife Management (IWM) program, which utilizes humane beaver trapping, removal and prevention, works best. However, we can install “Beaver Deceivers” and “Beaver Bafflers” on ponds and beaver dams for property owners who do not want the beavers removed.

Wildlife Removal in Virginia specializes in nuisance beaver removal, trapping, control and beaver management, utilizing the most up-to-date equipment and techniques to safely and humanely remove nuisance beavers. We have experience dealing with nuisance beavers in rural, suburban, and urban environments and we understand the unique circumstances that each type of environment poses. Wildlife Removal in Virginia provides beaver trapping, removal and management services to individuals, businesses, property managers, homeowners associations, timber companies, and municipalities.

The Habits of Beavers

The industrious beaver doesn’t concern itself with the damage it causes to your property or the costs which may range into thousands of dollars in just a few weeks.  The beaver causes a tremendous amount of damage in Virginia through their dam building and tree cutting activities. They can impede or affect the structural integrity of roads, railroad trestles, and manmade waterways. Beavers can be a potential health hazard, as they are hosts to several ectoparasites and internal parasites including, nematodes, trematodes, and coccidians.

The beaver is North America’s largest rodent and is built for life in the water. Adults can be up to four feet long and weigh over 60 pounds. The beaver has webbed hind feet and a large, flat, nearly hairless tail. It uses its tail to help maintain its balance when it is gnawing on trees. It will also slap its tail against the water to signal danger or to beaverdamlodgesmwarn away predators. The beaver has short front legs with heavy claws. Their rear legs are longer, and their webbed feet help propel them through the water when they are swimming. When the beaver is under water, its nose and ears close up, and a special membrane covers its eyes.

Contact Us For Beaver Removal

Wildlife Removal in Virginia will remove beavers from your property in a humane manner. High quality work and excellent customer satisfaction is our goal. Call Wildlife Removal services at (800) 457-8630 for permanent solutions to beaver control today!