Meet Your Newest TN Neighbor!

By | January 26th, 2018|Uncategorized|

Nashville, and for that matter even Middle Tennessee has grown by leaps and bounds over the last few years and we’ve seen a lot of new neighbors take up residence, not all of them of human.  Some of the newest residents to Davidson, Williamson, Rutherford and other Tennessee counties have made their way up from [...]

The Birds of Nashville: Winter Edition

By | December 26th, 2017|Uncategorized|

When we think of birds and winter, we usually think of them flying south.  Lucky thing Nashville is in the south! If you love birds, there are ways of attracting them to your yard even in the winter! It’s true that most birds in Tennessee fly south for the winter; but there are many birds that [...]

Wildlife Prevention During the Winter

By | December 7th, 2017|Uncategorized|

Winter is coming. And the coolest pests on the block are looking for a place to party! While the overwhelming majority of nature’s children are quite comfortable in caves, trees and burrows, some of them are looking for a bit more urban setting. Some place with atmosphere and warmth, a selection of delicious foods, enticing [...]

Rescuing Orphaned Wildlife

By | September 28th, 2017|Wildlife Exclusion|

You have found an injured or orphaned wild animal. What do you do next?   Evaluate If you see a wild animal that you believe may be in danger, evaluate the situation before making any decisions. You should not interfere unless you are certain the animal is injured, sick, or in imminent danger.   Signs [...]

Early Frosts Driving Wildlife Indoors

By | December 7th, 2016|Attic, Commercial Wildlife Control, Crawlspace, Free Inspection, Local Wildlife, Property Management, Real Estate, Rodent Removal, squirrel exclusion, squirrel removal, Squirrels, squirrels, Wildlife Exclusion|

It's That Cold!? Already? (Frost on yard in the morning. Photo: Lyon Media)   It seems like only yesterday we were wishing for a pool to escape the summer heat. Now it gets dark before dinner, and the temperatures continue to drop each week. It gets especially cold once the sun sets. This [...]