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8 Interesting And Scary Facts About Raccoons

8 Interesting And Scary Facts About Raccoons

Raccoons are often seen as a nuisance and for good reason since they can destroy parts of your home or harm some of your pets. This may all be a part of their wild instinct but it doesn’t leave many looking to keep raccoons around as pets. That said, raccoons are very...

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How Do You Get A Bat Out Of Your House

How Do You Get A Bat Out Of Your House

There are more than fifteen species of bats that live in the state of Washington. Learn more about what species of bats live in the Northwest in one of our previous blogs. Oftentimes, bats are seen when they live within proximity to human habitats. Once dusk falls,...

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Get To Know The Pacific NW’s Nutria

Get To Know The Pacific NW’s Nutria

Nutria are often mistaken for beavers, muskrats or even rats. Though we understand the similarities, Nutria are unique to themselves from any of the species mentioned above. Let’s get to know more about the Pacific NW’s Nutria. What Are Nutria? Most Nutria are...

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Get to Know the Pacific Northwest Raccoon

Get to Know the Pacific Northwest Raccoon

General Raccoon Facts The raccoon is a native mammal, having a body that can reach a length of 16-28 inches and a weight of 11-57 lbs. which is typically the result of genetics, age, geographic location and available food sources. Its grayish coat consists of dense...

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How Rodents and Wildlife Get Into Your Home

How Rodents and Wildlife Get Into Your Home

Lets face it, rodents and wildlife are part of nature. We live in a world surrounded by the great outdoors. Even in the big cities you’ll find these creatures. As we have grown and populated the earth we have taken away space from natures natural...

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That Bird Feeder….It’s a Problem

That Bird Feeder….It’s a Problem

Most people think they’re helping birds by placing feeders around their home or they just simply enjoy watching them. Whatever the purpose, bird feeders can do more harm than good. According to some, bird feeders are even a detriment to native bird...

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