Wildlife Removal

BEDR Wildlife Removal Follows a Proven Plan to Keep Wildlife Out of Commercial Properties

LogoAs the population is rising, human/wildlife contact is becoming more prevalent. Virginia's Department of Game & Inland Fisheries reports that the expansion in population across the state has led to the increase in the number of wild animals in urban and suburban areas. The unexpected presence of wildlife on the property can alarm everyone and may put people lives at risk. Keeping this in mind, BEDR Wildlife Removal follow a proven plan to keep wildlife out of commercial properties in Virginia.

Reach out to BEDR Wildlife Removal's Today for Best Wildlife Removal Services Across Northern Virginia, DC, and Maryland

LogoBEDR Wildlife Removal, the wildlife removal experts, offers the industry's best and most effective wildlife removal services to people in Northern Virginia, DC and Maryland at the most competitive prices. The company has an outstanding team of professionals who inspect client's homes to identify animal threats and high-risk nesting areas around the property.

Wildlife Removal Experts Warn of Bird Infestations

LogoBird infestations in Northern Virginia can put homeowners at risk of histoplasmosis and other diseases. Virginia's Department of Game & Inland Fisheries reports that the geography and climate in North Virginia support a vast diversity of birds. The experts at BEDR Wildlife Removal Services warn that birds are a vital part of the ecosystem, and they provide an alternative to killing birds that have become a nuisance and potential health threat.

Attic Wildlife May Be Part of Expanding Human and Pet Disease Transmission Network

LogoIn Virginia, reports of a new disease-bearing tick species emphasize the importance of controlling wildlife intrusions into human spaces, notes BEDR Wildlife Removal Services of King George. The State Department of Health has reported that serious illness can be carried by these ticks, which have adapted to a variety of hosts and environments in the area, including local wildlife.