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Rat Removal: Toronto’s Community Efforts in Rat Patrol

Squirrels. A Red-haired Fluffy Squirrel Sits And Eats A Nut.

Rat infestations can be a significant nuisance, posing health risks and causing damage to properties. In Toronto, residents have become increasingly concerned about the growing rat population and the need for effective rat removal solutions.  Various community efforts, led by organizations like SWAT Wildlife, have emerged to address the rat problem and ensure a healthier…

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Sneaky Squirrels: Outsmarting Toronto’s Persistent Pests

Squirrels. A Red-haired Fluffy Squirrel Sits And Eats A Nut.

Toronto’s urban landscape is filled with numerous wildlife species, but one creature stands out as charming and mischievous: the squirrel. These arboreal acrobats have adapted remarkably well to city life and are common in parks, residential areas, and even bustling downtown streets.  While squirrels can be entertaining to watch as they scamper across tree branches…

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The Wild Mysterious Bat Behavior and Habits

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Few are as mysterious or misunderstood as bats when understanding our winged neighbours. In Toronto, we share space with two species, the Little Brown Bat (Myotis lucifugus) and the Big Brown Bat (Eptesicus fuscus), and understanding their behaviour helps promote harmonious cohabitation. The Nighttime Jet-Setters While we’re tucking ourselves in, bats are just starting their…

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How to Deal with Bats Invading Home

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When you see the black-winged creatures, pouncing on your home and flying into your rooms, as they please, it can be very terrifying. Their bodies, wings, and their movements can be very frightening to children. Not to mention, they do carry diseases and if bitten, can spread them to humans. We have heard about the…

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Tips for Keeping Bats Away from Your Home

Having bats near your home can be uncomfortable and you may be wondering how you can get the animals to leave. Bats are known to carry certain diseases that can be transmitted to humans through their dropping or bites. Some medical professionals will recommend you get a rabies vaccination if you just see a bat…

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