All posts by: Midstate Wildlife Solutions

We are currently almost at the end of maternity season for bats. Maternity season lasts from May 1st until the end of July, and it is a period of time where the female bats have babies which will not be...
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Midstate Wildlife Solutions was created to serve the Piedmont Triad region with all of the wildlife solutions that they need. With a lifetime of experience, we have seen it all. We remove raccoons, birds, small reptiles, large animals, dead animals...
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With summer at its peak, people look for the reasons and ways to spend more time out in the open. Many people in North Carolina look for outdoor activities to pass the time such as barbecues, cookouts and parties. However,...
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Summer weather and sunny skies not only bring people outside, but they also often lead to an increase in activity among different types of animals such as deer, rabbits and other small mammals. If you encounter baby wildlife in your...
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We all love to wake up to the chirping of birds. But certainly not from your chimney vent when you are planning to light it up! If you find birds, bats and raccoons building up nests in the chimney, it’s...
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North Carolina is home to around 37 species of snakes, and it is a perfect location for them. It has areas of dense vegetation along with plenty of shade from trees to keep them cool in the summer. Snakes will...
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The modern home safety guidelines can even make your home highly susceptible of wildlife entering into it. The animals like raccoons, squirrel, rats, snakes, fox, mice, etc. can make their way easily. You can also find varied bird species entering...
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There are many solutions for removing rats and mice from living areas, but the foundation of rodent control is exclusion. If mice and rats never find their way inside your home, there is no need to find a way to...
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It is often said that spring begins at the beginning of March and March 21 is the Spring Equinox; the date on which day and night are of equal duration. As any nature enthusiast will know, spring is a wonderful...
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Squirrels are cute and fuzzy little creatures. They jump around your yard, collect nuts and scurry up trees. While these little guys are cute to watch from a distance, they do have a dark side. Squirrels are a fairly common...
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