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Crownsville in Anne Arundel County is home to both the Maryland Renaissance Festival as well as the Anne Arundel County Fair. Bordering the Severn River’s Round Bay to the north, Crownsville also enjoys close proximity to Annapolis and the Chesapeake Bay.
Raccoon Removal in Crownsville
Aside from the physical damage raccoons can do to your home, they also present a serious health hazard in the form of the raccoon latrine. A raccoon latrine is an area a raccoon uses to defecate and urinate. Not only will this area smell and stain, raccoon feces could contain roundworm. Roundworm is a parasite to which many raccoons are immune but humans are not. Roundworm can compromise the central nervous system and in some cases can be fatal. A raccoon infestation is not something to take lightly. The best thing to do is contact a professional wildlife removal service to remove a raccoon from your home.
Snake Removal in Crownsville
Copperhead snakes are one of the two venomous species of snakes found in Maryland. Copperheads have been sighted in every county in Maryland. In June of 2012, Mid-Atlantic Wildlife Control removed 3 copperheads from two separate Crownsville homes. Although their venom is not lethal for a healthy adult, it is very painful and requires medical attention. Children, the elderly, and those with heart conditions are at a higher risk of death from Copperhead venom. If you find a Copperhead, or any other snake in or around your home, contact the wildlife removal professionals at Mid-Atlantic.
Squirrel Removal in Crownsville
Squirrels teeth never stop growing, which means they need to chew on things to keep them from getting too big. These things could include fascia boards, soffits, gable vents, and the roof of your home. Once inside, they can set up a nest in the attic, leaving food and waste, and chewing on wood beams. Squirrels also have a penchant for chewing on electrical wires, which is a very real fire hazard. 30,000 homes burn down every year because of squirrels chewing on electrical wires. 75% of the homes that we have removed squirrels from have had electrical wire chewed. If you hear a tell-tale scratching in your attic or see holes along the roof line, you need to contact a wildlife removal service as soon as possible.
General Wildlife Removal in Crownsville
Do you have a problem with another animal stuck or living in your home? Contact Mid-Atlantic Wildlife Control today for all of your general wildlife removal needs in Crownsville.
Mid Atlantic Wildlife Control is fully insured and licensed by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, the Pennsylvania Game Commission, Delaware Fish & Game and Virginia Fish & Game.
Call us at 443-417-3137 for wildlife control services – 24 hours a day – 7 days a week!