Summit Wildlife Removal Blogs

Brood X Cicadas
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Brood X cicadas or The Great Eastern Brood, are a species of periodical cicadas that only emerge every 17 years.

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Migratory Birds
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Migration is a normal part of bird behavior and their seasonal movement. Birds follow flyaways which are different pathways that all birds take to migrate.

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Red Foxes in Alexandria, VA
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Red foxes are found all over Virginia, with the exception of the south eastern region. They tend to live in forested areas where they will burrow or make a den to raise their babies or pups in.

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Wildlife Encounter Season
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Spring is the mating season for many wild animals, but it is also when several types of animals will give birth to their young in Northern VA. More baby animals are born in the spring than any other season.

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Ant Pest Control
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Ants are insects that are closely related to wasps and bees. They have six legs, antennae, a head, abdomen and thorax. There is a three tiered caste system in the colony.

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Groundhogs in Northern Virginia
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Groundhog removal in Arlington, Fairfax, Alexandria and other Northern Virginia regions is crucial for your safety and for the safety of others in your home.

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Woodpeckers in Northern Virginia
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Woodpeckers are a species of birds known for drilling into trees and foraging for food under the tree bark. There are 180 known species of woodpeckers and eight species of woodpeckers in Northern Virginia and one of them is rare and endangered.

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Termites (Wood destroying insects)
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Somes signs of termites include termite damage which can present itself in the form of structural damage to the wood parts of the home, including the doors, window frames and wooden furniture.

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Three occasions you might need a bat inspection
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The most obvious reason to get a bat inspection is if you suspect there might be bats in your home, especially the attic space.

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Skunks in Northern Virginia
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Skunks can be brown or black and sometimes white if they are albino. They are typically the size of house cats ranging from eight inches to 19 inches long and weighing in about seven to 14 pounds.

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Squirrel Mating Season in Northern Virginia
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Squirrels have two mating seasons. One is between December and February and the other is between June and August. Female squirrels have a gestation period of 38 to 46 days and will deliver their first litter between February and April.

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Zoonotic Influenza
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Zoonotic influenza is a virus that animals can contract and pass on to humans. Birds, pigs, whales, horses, seals, ducks, bats, cats and dogs can all get forms of influenza.

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