CRITTER CONTROL
of Central Mississippi

Best Critter Control in Central MS
(601) 745-2193

Since 1983
Locally Owned and Operated
Servicing Central Mississippi
Protecting People, Property, and Wildlife®
 (No Cats & Dogs)
The best Squirrel removal, Raccoon Removal, and Bat removal in Central Mississippi

Get them out.
Keep them out.™

Rabbits and Foxes in Mississippi Yards

Rabbits, Squirrel, Raccoon, Bats and any other pests around your property often target Mississippi gardens for food, and these voracious eaters can cause costly damage in a short amount of time. Rabbit burrows can also attract foxes, which can carry diseases like rabies and canine distemper into Central Mississippi neighborhoods. 
Best in the area for removal of Squirrel, Raccoon, Bats and any other pests around your property. 
Serving: Madison, Ridgeland. Brandon, Flowood, Pearl, Richland, Florence, Jackson, Clinton, Meridian, Forest, and Morton.

NWCOA

Wildlife Animal Control Services in Central Mississippi

Critter Control provides wildlife control services in Jackson and throughout Central Mississippi. From inspection to removal—and even exclusion and repair—we have the services you need to get rid of raccoons, rodents, and other nuisances fast. First, we identify the animal on the property, then use humane methods to remove the animal and secure weak points where more could enter. If damage has been done, we can make those repairs for a complete restoration. 
Our wildlife specialists are trained and equipped with the most advanced removal tools and techniques in the industry, ensuring the safe and humane removal of all nuisance animals from residential and commercial properties in Central Mississippi.  

Bats in the Roof!

Bats getting into the roof in Madison MS
More unwanted guests in need of eviction. Critter Control offers the best and most ethical bat exclusion service in Central Mississippi.

Bees on the Roof!

Honey bees can find any location to make a home, and sometimes they borrow yours!

Securing the Living Spaces

Rodents and Rats can get into any crawl space or Attic. We take care of this by sealing off and blocking access to these areas of your home.

Squirrels in the Attic

James is showing us how he stopped the critters from crawling into the attic.

Raccoons on the Roof

Raccoons are known for getting into tight spaces no matter how big the Raccoon is. We are sealing up a known entrance here.

Rat Snakes

A large, moderately stout snake attaining a maximum length of about 101 inches. The gray rat subspecies is slightly smaller than the black rat, attaining a maximum length of only about 84 inches. The black rat snake is more common in north Mississippi and Alabama, while the gray rat snake is more common in the south.

Protecting your Home from Bats

Most often bats find their way into homes through cracks and crevices in building materials. Their small size makes it easy for bats to tuck themselves into even the smallest of gaps. They can squeeze through holes as small as 6 millimetres or about the size of a dime.

Cotton Mouth

Common statewide. Occurs in most aquatic habitats, but reaches greatest abundance in Coastal Plain swamps. The only venomous aquatic snake in North America. Includes subspecies A.p. piscivorus (eastern cottonmouth), A.p. conanti (Florida cottonmouth), and A.p. leucostoma (western cottonmouth).

Attic Rats

The Roof Rat. The Roof Rat (Rattus rattus Linnaeus) is smaller in size than the Norway Rat. ... It is a more skittish rat than the Norway rat, being sensitive to any new change in the environment. They are common rodents in attics if found inside. Many times, you may hear them in the walls or attic area.

Raccoons in the Attic

Raccoons often crawl around in our attic, but knowing how to remove them is key. This was a 1 way valve for the Raccoon Attic Exclusion

Protecting your Mushroom Vents

The vents on your roof are just another way that wildlife can invade your property. Adding the small protection is just another level of preventative maintenance.

Nuisance Wildlife in Central Mississippi

Central Mississippi includes the capital city of Jackson, the most populous city in the state with more than 160,000 residents. The city’s humid climate and proximity to the Pearl River attract nuisance wildlife year-round. In their search for food and shelter, wild animals can cause significant property damage and potential health issues for the area’s home and business owners. 

ANIMAL FUN FACTS

Critter Control of Central Mississippi

BEAVER's

BIRD's

ROACHES's

COYOTE's

SQUIRREL's and
CHIPMUNK's

LIZARD's

MICE, MOLE's
and RAT's

OPOSSUM's and
RACCOONS

RABBIT's

RODENT's
and SHREW's

SNAKE's

SKUNK's

Common Central Mississippi Wild Animal Issues, Q&A

Can you describe the most common wildlife issues that homeowners face in your area?

The most common wildlife issue within Central Mississippi is the invasion of nuisance wildlife into residential and commercial spaces. Many animals such as squirrels, raccoons and opossums also enjoy the comforts of homes and businesses and can be very effective at exploiting the weaker areas of structures.

How do the seasons affect nuisance wildlife activity in your Jackson and Meridian?

Although nuisance wildlife can be an issue year-round, specific times of the year can be the most troublesome. Cold weather means wildlife seeking warm refuge, mainly your home. Spring brings the issue of wildlife mothers searching for secure areas to bear their young, such as a warm, dry attic.

What are some common signs of nuisance wildlife activity?

In order to ensure their safety and health, homeowners should be aware of nuisance wildlife activity in their homes. Always be wary of strange or unexplained noises in the attic, walls, or under the floors. Homeowners should also make regular inspections of their homes. Always be suspicious of gaps or openings along the roof or soffit. Be wary of strange smells or markings.

Any wildlife prevention or exclusion tips for residents in your area?

Property owners can take several preventative steps to help safeguard their home from nuisance wildlife. One such step is to properly secure waste cans and avoid piling debris close to the home. Another step is to remove or cut back any large trees or shrubs around the home. Many types of wildlife will utilize large trees or other such plants to gain access to the roof. Property owners should also avoid feeding pets outside, or at the very least, remove uneaten food to prevent attracting nuisance wildlife. Close up all possible entrances on the building or home.

When should homeowners call Critter Control?

Wildlife damage can be quite serious to property owners. Gnawed wiring can produce house fires, bats and birds can carry harmful viruses, and larger animals such as raccoons can destroy roofs or soffits. Property owners should contact a reputable wildlife company such as Critter Control at the first signs of wildlife activity. 

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