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The only marsupials found in North American, opossums can live in woodlands and open fields, although they prefer wetlands such as marshes. In urban areas, they will frequently seek shelter in attics, garages and chimneys. Since opossums are nocturnal animals, they may be inhabiting a space without humans noticing them during the daytime.

Opossums are omnivores. Although they like to eat a variety of insects and other animals, they can also start causing headaches by feeding on pet food, birdfeed and even trash.

When threatened, opossums may pretend to be dead. If you notice an opossum lying in this posture, it’s important not to approach the opossum, as the creature may become aggressive when approached. Opossums can also transmit diseases, although their heavy salivation often leads people to assume that they are rabid when they aren’t. Through fleas, opossums can spread murine typhus and other diseases to pets or humans.

If you discover an opossum in your property, contact an animal control specialist. In many cases, trapping and removing an opossum is the necessary solution. At AAAC Wildlife Removal, we can guarantee that our professionals will not only thoroughly resolve the problems generated by opossum occupation, but they will do so in the most humane way possible. Our experts can then follow the operation with making the necessary repairs and implementing exclusion techniques that ensure that opossums never return.

If you need assistance with opossum control or removal, we are just a call away! The professionals at AAAC Wildlife Removal are your opossum control specialists.

 


We provide Opossum Removal for all the following cities in Alabama
Huntsville, Madison, Mobile
We provide Opossum Removal for all the following cities in California
Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego
We provide Opossum Removal for all the following cities in Colorado
Aurora, Boulder, Central Mountains, Colorado Springs, Denver, Fort Collins, Loveland, Greeley, Weld County
We provide Opossum Removal for all the following cities in Florida
Orlando, Pensacola, Tampa
We provide Opossum Removal for all the following cities in Illinois
North Central Rockford, Southern
We provide Opossum Removal for all the following cities in Kansas
Kansas City
We provide Opossum Removal for all the following cities in Kentucky
Bowling Green, Frankfort, Lexington, Louisville
We provide Opossum Removal for all the following cities in Massachusetts
Springfield, Western
We provide Opossum Removal for all the following cities in Minnesota
Minneapolis/St. Paul
We provide Opossum Removal for all the following cities in Missouri
Kansas City

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We provide Opossum Removal for all the following cities in New York:
Rochester, Syracuse
We provide Opossum Removal for all the following cities in North Carolina:
Charlotte, Greensboro
We provide Opossum Removal for all the following cities in Ohio:
Cincinnati, Columbus, Dayton, South Central, Southeast
We provide Opossum Removal for all the following cities in Oklahoma:
Northeast, Tulsa
We provide Opossum Removal for all the following cities in Pennsylvania:
Pittsburgh
We provide Opossum Removal for all the following cities in South Carolina:
Charleston, Columbia, Florence, Greenville, Lake Wylie, Myrtle Beach, Rock Hill, Sumter
We provide Opossum Removal for all the following cities in Tennessee:
Clarksville, Nashville
We provide Opossum Removal for all the following cities in Texas:
Austin, Dallas, Denton, Fort Worth, Galveston, Houston, Killeen, McKinney, Plano, San Antonio, South Houston, Spring, Tomball, Waco
We provide Opossum Removal for all the following cities in Utah:
Salt Lake City
We provide Opossum Removal for all the following cities in Virginia:
Roanoke
We provide Opossum Removal for all the following cities in West Virginia:
Charleston
We provide Opossum Removal for all the following cities in Wisconsin:
Madison, Milwaukee, South Central

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