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We've managed wildlife in Florida since 2003. Our Orlando critter animal control experts can serve Tampa and Sarasota as well. Florida nuisance pests, beware! Our experienced inspectors will find the noise in the attic or walls. We'll relocate the critters then repair the damage & remove odor they've caused. Rats, raccoon, possum, bat, opossum, squirrel, birds, bats and geese are our most common control job, but we live trap or exclude everything from mice to deer. We are Orlando's best pest control critter problems.
Ocean critters to planet: You slobs are killing us!!
Posted: 04:21 PM ET
Apparently a few hundred million of you were zoned out the day your a) mother b) father c) elementary school teacher told you that if you make a mess, you clean it up. And it appears that the smokers of the world had a higher absentee rate than others.

 Volunteers on coasts and lakes picked up more than six million pounds of bottles, bags and butts last September 15, during The Ocean Conservancy’s annual International Coastal Cleanup. The organization has just released a detailed analysis of the litter they picked up along 33,000 miles of shoreline.
Top 10 debris items collected worldwide:
    cigarette filters 27%
    food wrappers/containers 9%
    caps lids 9%
    bags 8%
    beverage bottles (plastic) 6%
    cups plates forks knives spoons 5%
    glass bottles 4%
    cigar tips 4%
    straws/stirrers 4%
    beverage cans 4%
The most dangerous items to ocean creatures: plastic bags, balloons, fishing traps, fishing line, and six pack beverage holders. Volunteers also found condoms, diapers, syringes, light bulbs, shotgun shells, and appliances.
Some of the 378,000 volunteers in 76 countries learned firsthand how deadly trash can be to wildlife. Those scouring beaches found 81 birds, 63 fish, 49 invertebrates, 30 mammals 11 reptiles and one amphibian entangled in debris during the cleanup effort. Among the volunteers were 8300 divers, who averaged 20 pounds of trash each.
Data collected in earlier beach cleanups has helped craft marine debris legislation, and helps find simple answers to litter problems.
“It’s a wonderful event, engaging people to do something positive,” said Laura Capps, Senior Vice President of the Ocean Conservancy. “It also gives us tangible data to identify sources and problems,” she said.
Many of the answers to reducing coastal litter do NOT involve rocket science.
Capps said 80% of the beach trash comes from land based sources. And solutions may be as simple as providing more bins on beaches for people to put their picnic litter.
So what about the other 364 days a year when volunteers are not cleaning up?
Sometimes the volunteers who pick up trash on the official cleanup day get active in their communities to make beach beautification a year-round effort.
“For many people the ocean is big and vast and dark, out of sight and out of mind,” said Capps. She said people who say they would never leave trash at the beach don’t realize that flicking a cigarette out the window or not chasing down a straw wrapper from their kids are creating litter that can just as easily end up in a waterway.
One of the sponsors of the coastal cleanup is a company whose products make up a big part of the trash problem.
Paige Magness, spokeswoman for Philip Morris, said there are simple answers to reducing some cigarette trash.
She said the cigarette manufacturer works with the national non-profit Keep America Beautiful organization to place cigarette receptacles at the entrances of non-smoking buildings. In 2007, she said that effort reduced cigarette litter by 54% in the 180 participating communities.

Cans and bottles also make up a big part of ocean trash. Coca-Cola has been working with the Ocean Conservancy and its cleanup efforts for 12 years.
“We have an extensive research and development program, we are always looking at the next innovation in packaging,” said Lisa Manley, Director of Environmental Communications at Coke headquarters in Atlanta.
She said the company was among the first to use recycled content, and to invest on “bottle to bottle” facilities, taking used plastic and turning it into new bottles.

The Ocean Conservancy says it wants to stress the positive aspect of hundreds of thousands of people making a difference in cleaning up coastal areas.
And maybe some of those “things you should have learned in kindergarten” need a little review. It could be your bottle or your cigarette butt responsible for killing some of the million seabirds and 100,000 marine mammals and turtles that die from eating or becoming tangled in marine trash every year.


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 All we do is wildlife; no bugs, no termites, no bees.  We are the ONLY full time nuisance wildlife control company in central Iowa that exclusively does wildlife, we don't have a pesticide license.   When you call on us to serve you, you will be assured of the most knowledgeable staff.  We will provide honest answers, not scare tactics and miss information.  Be wary of pest companies that also provide wildlife control.  We hold Biology degrees and life-long animal control experience.

Today, as more and more people build and move they find their dream homes being damaged by wildlife intent on sharing their homes with them.  Animals cause millions of dollars in damages yearly in direct destruction to roofing, siding, gutters, and insulation. As well as millions more in indirect damages from water leakage and fires caused by compromised wires and clogged flues.
Repairing the damage often isn't enough. The problem animals will only return if not caught and removed. This is where we can help you, the home or business owner.

Here at Wildlife Patrol we provide professional nuisance animal control services. Using only the most safe and humane methods, we can exclude, and if needed, capture and remove the offending animals. We then try to relocate them to suitable homes well away from situations where they might cause   more problems.


Critter Wildlife Control

Entry Point Repairs - We concentrate on and correct areas where wildlife enter the home, usually living in the attic or walls of a house. The only way to permanently solve the problem is to seal up the entry points by which they can enter. All of our repairs are of the highest quality and fully guaranteed against animal re-entry.

The Little Brown and Big Brown bats roost usually in homes and structures where they can enter through areas as small as a quarter of an inch. These small little animals live in colonies, sometimes small, five to ten bats, and sometimes large, ranging from several hundred to several thousands. A bat proofing process is needed to resolve any situation where a building, home, or structure is infested with this type of animal. Most homeowners make the mistake of sealing entrances and openings to prevent bats from gaining access into their structure, but in a many cases, seal areas that the bats are using to go out of the structure. When this is done it will force the entire colony of bats down through the living quarters of the house, which can be a very messy and dangerous situation.

Bat exclusions are needed to remove bats from buildings and structures. All of the cracks, holes, crevices, anything the size of a quarter inch or more are sealed, and then bats are funneled through one-way doors or tubes out of the structure. After this process is complete (a week to ten days) the whole colony has been removed.

The exclusion process starts with an inspection and an estimate for complete exclusion.  The price of the inspection is waived if the customer completes the exclusion process with Critter Wildlife Control.  The value of the exclusion process varies depending on size of the structure, safety concerns, amount of ladder time involved, height and distance traveled to get to the location.


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