We offer top-of-the-line wildlife removal services throughout coastal Delaware and Maryland with proven methods of animal removal, repairs, and animal exclusion services. We have a thorough approach to all of our cases that ensures the health and safety for the people, pets, and animals involved. Because we specialize in wildlife removal, you can trust us to address problems concerning bat removal, squirrel removal, snake removal, skunk removal, bird removal, and more. If you’re located in Rehoboth, Bethany, Fenwick, Lewes, Dewey, or another part of coastal Delaware, then we’re here to help you.
Wildlife Education is
What We Do
“Knowing is half the battle” or so the saying goes. We believe that knowledge is more than half the battle; it is the key to successfully removing and relocating wildlife. Our team takes yearly educational courses to stay up to date on the best methods for animal removal and relocation with a focus on preserving our wildlife and protecting our clients and their families. Animals serve vital roles in our ecosystems and through our methods of animal removal, we’ll make sure these animals are taken to a place where they can do their jobs without putting humans at risk.
Emergency Services Are Integral to Our Work
Though some people may joke about being nocturnal, a lot of animals actually are. Raccoons. Bats, opossums, and other classic nuisance wildlife prefer to operate at night. This can lead to big trouble for the people whose houses these animals have invaded. That’s why we offer 24/7 Emergency Animal Removal services; because when bats start flying around your room or snakes start slithering out of your vents, you need immediate help. That’s where we come in.
We Are Experts in Nuisance Wildlife Management
When it comes to handling your nuisance wildlife, Bay Area Wildlife Solutions is here to help. We can handle a wide variety of animals like squirrels, bats, skunks, foxes, and more. If you have a problem with some wildlife around your home or property, contact us right away. We will make sure that the animal is removed, the area they invaded is sanitized, and that they won’t be able to get back into your home.