We run a professional wildlife removal business operating in Spartanburg, South Carolina. We service the whole Greenville metropolitan area, and do much of our work in Spartanburg. We are a full-service
Spartanburg animal trapping and removal company. We specialize in wildlife only, and are not like a regular Spartanburg pest control company or Spartanburg exterminator. We use humane methods to
solve wild animal problems in South Carolina. We solve the root of the problem, by performing home repairs to keep animals out, and preventative measures in addition to critter trapping
and removal. We offer a variety of services, from animal damage repair to waste cleanup, dead animal removal and odor control, and more. We handle several nuisance wildlife
species, including squirrels, raccoons, snakes, skunks, and opossums. We also perform bat removal and bird control services, and rodent control, including poison-free mouse and
rat removal. Give us a call any time at 864-642-0295 to discuss your Spartanburg animal control issue, and to schedule a fast appointment.
Spartanburg wildlife control tip of the month:
Some facts about South Carolina moles - In the world we are living in, there are many interesting facts about animals that we know very little about. Many of us only know animals by seeing them but not actually in the position to know how this animals do burrow and live with one another.one of the animas that people do know very little about is the mole. Although a small animal it is, it has very interesting facts that we ought to look at and get them known to you. The first thing with the mole is the fact that they have the capability of digging up the earth and navigate through the same hole they have dug to different places. When they need to gain entry in your home, moles cannot have a hard time in doing so. All it has to do is get digging, which they are very good at and dig a hole under your fence. If you house compound is all covered with earth, then it will not be very hard for the mole to resurface to the ground where you are.
Did you know that a mole has some poisonous toxins in itself? In case you are not aware, then here are some facts that you should know. South Carolina Moles, though small and insectivorous have very toxic saliva in them. Although the saliva is toxic, moles do not use any of the saliva or its taxidity to harm humans. It uses the same saliva to paralyze earthworms as it hunts. Once the earthworm is paralyzed, the mole can keep it for some few days or even hours for later consumption. Moles do use this technique to keep a backup of their food especially if the earthworms are many in one place. While eating the earthworms, moles do have a clever tactic of squeezing our the earth in the earthworm before consuming it. This mean that they are very careful with what they consume and eat for the time being. A mole can store its prey, earthworm, in it for a period of over one week for later consumption without any effects on the worm.
Since these are semi aquatic animals, moles have a more advantage in their living habitat that many of its counterparts. Take for example, when the mole is digging up holes, it reaches a point where the hole is deficient of air hence very hard to get oxygen to get it going. If it were another animal like a rabbit, it would stop, gush out to the surface for some more air, however, this is not the case with moles ,they have the ability to reuse the oxygen in their body two more times before it can need any fresh air. This is a survival tactic that It uses while deep in the soil or in submerged waters.
In addition to this, moles can live in highly carbon dioxide concentrated places unlike other South Carolina mammals. The only thing that enables it to live for longer in these environs is because they have a different type of hemoglobin in them. This pigmentation in their blood helps in keeping more oxygen in the mole hence the extended survival in harsh conditions. With this hemoglobin, the mole can extract oxygen from a limited amount of air and still survive in the area. This is the reason why this animal is more advantaged than other animals. The extended life in the mole makes it possible to hunt for its favorite meal, the earthworms, even in marshy areas. With its cylindrical body, moles do have the advantage of burrowing through cylindrical tunnels without any problem hence a nice adaptive nature for its lifestyle.
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