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Bats

Bats

Bats are rarely pests requiring control, but when they are it can be serious. They carry diseases, create large messes in homes/buildings, and cause very unpleasant conditions. There are positive attributes to bats as well. One bat eats half its...

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Crow

Crow

Ah, the crow. This is one of British Columbia’s most infamous birds and part of the genus Corvus, which comes from the large family of medium to large-sized birds known as Corvidae. There are some crows that have actually become celebrities on...

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Flicker

Flicker

Let’s talk about the flicker. No, we’re not talking about the photo website Flickr—that’s a totally different ballpark! This is a type of wildlife pest you’ve probably heard very close to you. The flicker, specifically the Northern Flicker, is a...

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Opossum

Opossum

Would you believe opossums actually do reside in Canada? As it turns out, they do! These varmints usually hang out in our neighbouring Lower Mainland city, Coquitlam. We do serve this city in addition to Vancouver and Burnaby, so if you’ve...

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Pigeon

Pigeon

Ah yes, the pigeon. These varmints are native to Stanley Park in Vancouver (as well as everywhere else in BC!). As a bird that’s now well-known to be a pest, the wild pigeon is naturally skilled at creating messes, whether pooping on your squeaky...

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Raccoon

Raccoon

Raccoons are born, raised, and die in urban areas, as well as in rural locations. They cause damage to roofs and other building structures. Ripping open roofing materials is easy thanks to the opposable thumbs on their hands. Holes get made in...

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Rabbit

Rabbit

One of the most common wildlife pests we’ve gotten calls for removing is the rabbit. These guys and gals need no introduction. We see rabbits everywhere—on our TVs promoting chocolate Easter eggs, in the fields nibbling on grass, in our...

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Seagull

Seagull

Yes, seagulls can be pests too! Seagulls are native to British Columbia, usually nesting near the beach shores on the Mainland where they can access their food source easily. However, some seagulls will choose to nest where they’re not welcome...

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Skunk

Skunk

Ever smell a skunk while driving down the highway? It’s not exactly a pleasant aroma, is it? The skunk is just another wild animal and a pest that lives right under our noses (pun intended) under sheds, decks, steps, and even near urban...

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Sparrow

Sparrow

Yes, these birds count as pests! The sparrow, or more specifically the English or House Sparrow, has been declared a household pest in Canada since they were introduced in the mid-1800s. These birds are especially bad news to gardeners...

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Squirrel

Squirrel

Squirrels are so cute, aren’t they? Well, they are nearly exactly the same as rats when it comes to their capability of causing us problems! There are a few main species we have in the greater Vancouver area. The Eastern Grey squirrel is an...

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Starling

Starling

Contrary to popular belief, the starling is not native to Canada. It is, in fact, another one of the European birds brought to our country back in the 1800s by people who thought they’d be helpful to crop production. Nowadays, we have better...

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