December has been a record setting month of big shopping, and warm weather in the New York, New Jersey area. Wildlife has been more active than usual due to the warmer weather. The weeks of warmth have led to more animals out and about than what is normally seen in this time of year. New Jersey extended the bear hunting season, partly because there were so many that were active. Migratory birds are staying around longer. The new year is bringing cold weather. As temperatures drop fast, many animals will seek shelter from the cold. Many go for homes. Chimneys, attics, basements, and sheds are often broken into for shelter. Doggy doors are an easy way for them to gain entry. Animals of all kinds, from foxes to squirrels, may slip into homes. Don’t let your home be taken over by invading animals. 
    We specialize in removing squirrels, raccoons, mice, pigeons, and other pests in the New York New Jersey area. For a complete inspection and evaluation please contact us or call us at 718-227-7227 and we will be happy to make an appointment at your convenience.