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Wheeling Opossum Trapping

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Raccoon In Attic animal Control

At Wheeling US Animal Control we specialize in removing Animals and wildlife from your attics and properties. We locate your animals entrance, get the offending critter out, then we seal the entrance. When we remove an animal from you house we GUARANTEE the animal will not be able to return to your house. 90% of our work id done through exclusion, this means closing of areas animals can enter.

Animal Exclusion is the best HUMANE way to get rid of animals Permanently. Many Of Wheeling's Creatures Are Raccoons Squirrels And Rats. We are frequently excluding raccoons from chimneys and attics, and rats from ceilings. We never use poison or killing style traps.

Wheeling Animal Control Trapping & Wheeling Critter Removal

Wheeling Snake Removal & Wheeling Snake Trappping

If we have to set traps we only set live traps like the one pictured to the right. This trap allows the animal to enter in search of food , get caught , and be removed from the property without being harmed. This trap is safe to set because it cannot hurt the animal and also it cannot hurt any little kid fooling around with it. We take great pride in placement, this keeps the trap hidden from public eye, and keeps a trapped animal safe and not stressed. Groundhogs and wood chucks are living under the porch, trapping and concrete exclusions can solve your problems.

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Wheeling Squirrel Removal & Wheeling Rodents In Attic Including Roof Rats

Squirrels are starting to mate for their season litters now.

We Control Critters Every Day. From snakes in basements to bats in the attic. Squirrels in your attic can and will chew wires to keep their teeth from growing into their faces. Rats use abandoned pluming vents to gain access to your house, behind the walls. Holes in tour masonry will allow rodents access to your house day and night. Bat Removal , Skunk Trapping, and Raccoon Babies  are services we serve everyday.

Wheeling Pigeon Removal & Wheeling Bats In Attic

Bat Removal Season Is Coming Fast

Bat Removal From Attics And Bat Guano Cleanup Services Available

Pigeons & Bats can really damage an attic if  allowed to remain inside it. We Clean these types of contamination up daily. We use TYVEK suits, Respirators and HEPA vacuums {not SHOP VACS}when we are removing contaminated fecal matter. If You suspect you have an animal contaminated attic, contact us immediately. For more information on disease associated with animal droppings go to the Center for Disease Control web site

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Wheeling Raccoon Removal & Wheeling Raccoon Trapping

Raccoon Babies are Here Raccoon removal & prevention is needed now.

Raccoons Are the most frequent intruders in Wheeling. They are using the sewers as highways around the city. Raccoons in the city are crafty creatures, the use attic fans and chimneys to access your house. these animals also refuse to pay rent. eviction and exclusion are the best way to deal with them. you can trap them every day in Wheeling, but another one moves in. Wasted money if you ask me.


The end of September is when the presence of squirrels become more known to home owners. Flying squirrels make more noise at night and tend to wake people up from their loud antics. Many nights youcan hear then running down mice and killing them, as mice are a major source of food for flying squirrels. They will also eat bats and birds and bird eggs and will even kill gray squirrels. They live in colonies and hunt like pack animals. In extreme infestations I have sen weasels enter the house to hunt the flying squirrels. When you hear the fast furious pitter patter and running around it is a good chance that you have flying squirrels, give us a call, we have the best warrantees in the industry.

Squirrels can become a pest problem when they enter your home." Squirrel problems are becoming; more and more frequent. Homeowners are complaining of a squirrel problem in the attic. It may be sweet to see these furry friends running along tree branches and electrical lines, but when they start to invade your attic, things start to turn ugly the damage and distruction they can cause can be horrific. Many homeowners are reporting these types of squirrel problems more and more each day this time of year, and they generally occur because the animals are looking for a warm, safe place to live and too give birth to there young.. Your attic is the ideal place for them to cozy up and nest for the night.

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Dear TIm,
I very much enjoyed speaking with you on the phone about the animal problem in my ceiling. You not only explained how your company works, but the fact that you close up any potential entry areas and guarantee your work made me feel I had chosen the right company.

Your technician, Russell, politely called ahead to let me know when he would arrive within the time window we had predetermined. Upon arrival, Russell surveyed my raccoon and squirrel problem, then explained to me how he was going to handle it. He was very thorough and maintained phone contact with me to keep apprise of the situation. Additionally, he made several trips back to check the progress and then finish the job.

He also pointed out that my kitchen exhaust had no cover on it, and he took care of that issue as well.  Which was very helpful, because I would have felt awful if I had accidentally smoked a nest of baby birds.

Thank you for your service. I will certainly recommend your company to anyone I know who has a wild animal control animal issue. Thank again.


KT (Kathleen) Robeson
    The West Virginia Master Naturalist Programtm

    The mission of the West Virginia Master Naturalist Programtm is to train interested people in the fundamentals of natural history, nature interpretation and teaching, and to instill in them an appreciation of the importance of responsible environmental stewardship. The program will also provide a corps of highly qualified volunteers to assist government agencies, schools, and non-government organizations with research, outdoor recreation development, and environmental education and protection.  


    The development of the West Virginia Master Naturalist Programtm began in 2003 and grew out of a partnership among the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources (including the Wildlife Resources Section’s Wildlife Diversity Program and the Parks and Recreation Section), West Virginia University Cooperative Extension Service, Canaan Valley Institute, and Davis and Elkins College.  The Canaan Valley Institute was unable to continue it's support and withdrew in 2006.  These programs somewhat mirror the Master Gardener Programs that have been so popular across the United States.  The goal of the Master Naturalist Program state advisory committee was to develop a program tailored to the unique circumstances of West Virginia. The first session of Master Naturalist training was held over the weekend of April 30 – May 2, 2004 at Hawks Nest State Park in Fayette County, with a class of 20 students. 

    West Virginia Master Naturalist Certification

    To become a Certified West Virginia Master Naturalist, the program requires completing 64 hours of classroom and field training (48 hours of core classes and 16 hours of electives), plus 30 hours of volunteer work. Classes were initially presented at State Parks on four weekends a year, spring, summer, fall, and winter, but current emphasis is on supporting local Master Naturalist chapters in their efforts to provide training.  Training from other sources (college classes, various workshops, etc.) may qualify for credit.  In order to get credit these outside classes need to be approved by the Master Naturalist Program Coordinator. Master Naturalist volunteers must sign a volunteer agreement and liability waiver.


    To maintain status as a Master Naturalist, 8 additional hours of training and 16 additional hours of volunteer work are needed each year after initial certification.  

    Responsibilities of a West Virginia Master Naturalist
    Certified West Virginia Master Naturalists promote responsible stewardship of West Virginia’s natural resources.  They look for opportunities to educate the people of this state in an appreciation of how natural systems work and how we all depend on them.  They recognize that one person cannot be expert in every field.  Master Naturalists are resource people; if they do not have answers, they know where to find them.

    West Virginia Master Naturalist volunteers subscribe to the following Standards of Conduct and Ethics when representing the program:
    • Maintain high standards of integrity, conduct, service, and performance.
    • Know and follow established program guidelines and policies.
    • Be courteous and respectful of others and their views.
    • Promote a spirit of cooperation in all activities.
    • Act as trustworthy and ethical stewards of the environment.
    • Encourage the use of sound biological information in education and in management decisions.
    • Do not use the program for personal financial gain.

    How the Program Works

    The West Virginia program is directed by the WV Master Naturalist State Advisory Committee consisting of representatives from each of the partner agencies as well as representatives from the cadre of Master Naturalist volunteers.  The State Advisory Committee provides training guidelines, develops curriculum resources, and is responsible for program marketing and promotion. In addition, the State Advisory Committee assists local chapters in identifying qualified  instructors and in locating needed resources.

    The West Virginia Master Naturalist programtm was run entirely through the State Advisory Committee during its first year, but is now in the process of expanding to local Master Naturalist chapters, usually county-based. Currently, several county groups are established and active and several more are in the process of formation.

    The program expands each year so if there isn't a chapter near you, contact the West Virginia Master Naturalist Programtm Coordinator .

    It is anticipated that West Virginia's  communities and citizens organizations will benefit in many ways from the knowledgeable and enthusiastic volunteers trained by this program.  Around the country,  Master Naturalist volunteers are staffing youth and adult nature education programs, serving as guides and naturalists in local, state and national parks,  and providing leadership in local and state natural resource conservation efforts. 

    Funding for the Master Naturalist Program is provided by the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources Wildlife Resources Section.