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Danger of Pigeon Droppings for Your Property and Garden

Pigeon-RemovalWhat damage can pigeon droppings cause to my property and garden? While it is not unknown to many that pigeon droppings can be unsanitary and unhealthy for people, it is less commonly known that pigeon droppings can also pose many risks to plants, other animals and sometimes even sometimes serious safety hazards. We addressed our concerns to local pigeon removal experts and there is what they answered “If a person owns a garden, it is very important that the person calls their local animal control right away when he or she begins to notice signs of pigeons living on or near the person’s home or close to the person’s garden.” They also pointed out why pigeon droppings can be dangerous.

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What you Should Know about Animal Control Services

Animal Control ServicesWild creatures could be harmful in several methods, from spreading illness to targeting both grownups and children. Having a crazy creature difficulty in your home or community could be a pain for everybody. Animal control services can take care of your condition securely for you in addition to the creature that’s creating the issue.

You should look after the difficulty in a method when a live animal gets on your home. We asked a Raccoon Removal Service in Toronto for some input. They do what’s called humane wildlife trapping. These skilled experts are prepared in holding and safely removing creatures that may become a pain like raccoons, skunks, snakes, opossums and additional. Continue reading


backyard_deerThere are is a healthy deer population living near Toronto. Occasionally we even see them making their way in the city like the recent incident where a deer was found the city’s west end.

The season is behind us and I’ve been told that the Ontario deer herd is being mis-managed. Too many tags being handed out, two back to back hard winters and the lack of coyote hunters.

This year there are some areas putting bounties on coyotes and this is a very good thing, not to mention that we just had a major snow melt. As long as mother nature doesn’t through a curve ball for Feb then it may just be a good winter (much needed) for the whitetail deer.

deer_in_parkIf you would like to take that one step closer to helping your local herd then you should be thinking about putting in a food plot. These much needed resources can help your herd get over the winter hurdle. Food is the utmost importance when it comes to maintaining a deer herd and you need to make sure they have enough to get through the winter.

Talk to the guys in the camp and come up with a management plan for next year. You’ll be happy you did it and if there are any questions don’t hesitate to drop us a line.

Learn more on the left panel on how to fatten and grow larger deer in your area.

More info is being added regularly. Pictures and info will be added to show how you can improve your sightings of deer.