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Humane Wildlife Removal
Treating urban wildlife with the same dignity and respect as our customers
Urban wildlife Removal



Humane Trapping

Chimney Caps

WIldlife Exclusion

Alpha wildlife is the leader in humane wildlife control in urban environments. We utilize the newest technology and techniques in live trapping. These systems are proven to reduce the stress and risk of harm to animals. Through constant training and education we have refined the art of Humane wildlife management.
We install custom chimney caps. These caps are designed for both esthetic appeal and wildlife security. Alpha wildlife measures your chimney to ensure a perfect fit. We then show you a catalog of designs to fit your taste and needs.
Alpha wildlife offers a full line of wildlife exclusions. These exclusions are species specific. From birds to bats and even raccoon and squirrels, We can install the security necessary to keep your home from being reclaimed by nature.
  1. raccoon removal
  2. Bird removal
  3. squirrel removal
  4. wood chuck removal
  5. bird removal
  6. Ground hog removal
  7. fox removal
  8. raccoon removal
  9. skunk removal
Wildlife in the news
  1. Bosotn Globe
    Drought takes major toll on wildlife
    August 27 2016
    Trout and other freshwater fish are dying in rivers and streams run low. More bears are foraging in neighborhoods, with berry supplies down. Butterflies are a rarer sight, as the nectar they need dries up. And on Boston Common — storybook preserve of Mrs. Mallard and her brood — the severe lack of rain has made way for an outbreak of avian botulism, deadly to ducks. With the state locked in its worst drought in more than a decade, the environmental consequences are mounting, specialists say, from widespread water shortages to major disruptions of wildlife habitats Trout and other freshwater fish are dying in rivers and streams run low. More bears are foraging in neighborhoods, with berry supplies down. Butterflies are a rarer sight, as the nectar they need dries up. And on Boston Common — storybook preserve of Mrs. Mallard and her brood — the severe lack of rain has made way for an outbreak of avian botulism, deadly to ducks. Trout and other freshwater fish are dying in rivers and streams run low. More bears are foraging in neighborhoods, with berry supplies down. Butterflies are a rarer sight, as the nectar they need dries up. And on Boston Common — storybook preserve of Mrs. Mallard and her brood — the severe lack of rain has made way for an outbreak of avian botulism, deadly to ducks. r homepage should be the first page that visitors to your site see, so make sure you give a concise overview of who you are, what you do and why you are right for them.
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