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For advice on wildlife management in Ottawa and Gatineau, we invite you to read our blog articles. You will find helpful tips whether it is for identification purposes, product information, management and much more. For any questions or concerns, feel free to contact us.

  • 03/10/2018
    Learn How to Prevent Rodents from Infesting Your Home

    —Tips to Keep Your House Rodent-Free by Wildlife Control Ottawa

    If you have heard a scuttle within your walls late at night, it could be from mice or rats. Once you have seen the gnawed corner of cereal boxes or the telltale droplets of feces, you can be assured there are more than one living with you. If left alone, they can cause severe damage including chewing electrical wires leading to a house fire. On top of all the physical damage they can wreak, mice and rats carry a host of diseases that can worsen allergy and asthma sufferers. You and your family do not have to suffer the effects any longer. There are a variety of ways you can rid your home from these pests, from eliminating their food source to hiring a professional to help.

    At Nature Bird and Wildlife Control, we take rodent invasions very seriously. Your home should be a haven even from all forms of wildlife. Use these tips to keep your house free from infestation.

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  • 16/08/2018
    Tips to Keep Your Property Bat Free

    Eliminate Your Bat Problems — Nature Bird and Wildlife Control Ottawa Offers Tips and Suggestions on Keeping Your Property Bat-Free 

    Playing a significant role in our natural ecosystem, bats are known to ravenously prey on insects, and can catch up to 600 insects in 60 minutes. These mammals tend to take refuge in our homes for a number of reasons such as hibernation, nursing their young ones or as a temporary daytime roost. While they are not aggressive in nature, they do pose certain risks to you and your home. Like all mammals, they are carriers of ticks, fleas and mites, and their waste matter can cause serious health hazards. Moreover, bat droppings and urine can damage your woodwork and other building materials, weakening the structural integrity of your home.

    At Nature Bird and Wildlife Control, we take bat invasions very seriously and have several suggestions for tackling this problem as well as avoiding one in the future. Read our tips on how to permanently keep your home free of bats.

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  • 16/08/2018
    Prevent Roach Infestations in Your Home

    Proactive Approach to Roach Control — Useful Advice from Your Trusted Pest Control Specialists in Ottawa 

    At some point or another, all of us have heard our friends and family members sharing funny stories about their encounters with the terrible roach. However, if you do happen to have a cockroach infestation in your home, there is nothing amusing about it. Studies indicate that 98% of cockroaches are carriers of bacteria that can contaminate your food, kitchen shelves or counters and utensils. In addition to being the cause of food poisoning, roaches may also spread diseases such as typhoid, diarrhea, tapeworm, and more.

    At Nature Bird and Wildlife Control, our endeavour is to help homeowners get rid of stubborn pests and insects, and keep your family safe. Our pest control specialists offer insights into the irksome cockroach, along with techniques to control the infestation and prevent recurrence.

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  • 03/12/2015
    Avoid Bed Bugs During Your Travel

    December 2015

    At Nature Bird and Wildlife Control, keeping your home and life free of pest is a priority. This includes when travelling where bed bugs are an increasing concern. Bed bugs are extremely adaptive and can be found anywhere. Adult bed bugs can live for 10 months and can cause severe itching and welt-like bites. What’s more, research suggests they can cause financial distress, anxiety, and social isolation.

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  • 09/09/2015
    The Emerald Ash Borer

    September 2015

    Throughout Ontario and Quebec, the Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) is making its presence known. This small (8.5 to 14.0 mm long and 3.1 to 3.4 mm wide), metallic blue-green, narrow, hairless, elongate beetle only attacks ash trees of the genus Fraxinus, affecting all the areas within and south of the boundaries of the Division of Greater Sudbury in Ontario, over half the province, and within Québec all the areas within the boundaries of Montréal and north to municipalités régionales de comté (MRC) Antoine-Labelle.

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