Who is Your Visitor?

 

Even if you have no clue, we can still be of assistance.  However, you may want to try to identify your unwanted visitor in case there are steps you can take on your own.

 

The following are photos of a few common urban critters that frustrate homeowners the most.  We have provided plenty of resources for you to learn more. Simply click on the photo. You can also visit the Humane Society of the United States Wild Neighbors website to find out specifics for discouraging, or living with, each animal.

 

If you have problems with bugs in your home, see our Dealing with Bugs page for suggestions.

 

If your trouble is critters in the yard and garden, see our What to Do About Yard Animals page.

 

If you happen to see an animal you think may be injured, sick, or abandoned, please look through our Injured Animals page before taking any action on your own.

 

 

 

 

No endorsement of specific brands, any product line, or any individual product, or company, or entity
by Humane Wildlife Solutions is implied or intended by inclusion here.

 

*The photos present here are in the public domain, free for use, or are owned by Humane Wildlife Solutions LLC*

Eastern Chipmunk - click image for information
Eastern Cottontail Rabbit - click image for information
House Mouse - *This link is currently under construction, sorry for the inconvenience*
Opossum - click image for information
Red Fox - click image for information
Vole (meadow mouse) - *This link is currently under construction, sorry for the inconvenience*
Photo owned by Jon Whitman and by extension Humane Wildlife Solutions LLC. Canada Goose - click image for information
Eastern Gray Squirrel - click image for information
Hummingbird / Songbirds - click image for information
Raccoon - click image for information
Songbirds - click image for information
White-Tailed Deer - click image for information
Eastern Mole - *This link is currently under construction, sorry for the inconvenience*
Garter and other snakes - click image for information
Photo owned by Jon Whitman and by extension Humane Wildlife Solutions LLC. Little Brown Bat - click image for information
Raptors (birds of prey) - click image for information
Striped Skunk - click image for information
Woodchuck (groundhog) - click image for information

Still not sure who your local wildlife visitor is?

You can review the Missouri Department of Conservation's Field Guide or call us for assistance at (314) 567 - 2060

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