Beavers naturally inhabit ponds, lakes, creeks and swamps, but they also like to live in human environments such as tanks, storm drains and even homes and businesses. Beavers are even found living under sheds. If there is shelter, beavers will be happy to invade it.
In addition to the extensive damage that beavers can cause to property such as landscaping, beavers can be vectors for dangerous diseases like Tularemia and Giardia. These diseases can be transmitted to both humans and your pets.If you discover a beaver on your property, contact an animal control specialist.
Although beaver relocation is illegal in some states, beaver trapping and relocation is one of the best methods of beaver control. And since animal life is valuable, it is important to trap beavers without injuring them. Trapping is occasionally impossible, however, as when beavers get themselves stuck in locations such as window wells.
These situations require professional assistance in removing the animals, since beaver bites can be highly dangerous. Beavers like to die in strange places, and dead beavers can be found in crawlspaces and even in basements. If a dead beaver is not promptly dealt with, the body can cause further damage to your building while attracting other pests.
If you encounter a dead beaver on your property, contact a wildlife professional who can remove the body and then clean and deodorize the area.At AAAC Wildlife Removal, we are your beaver control specialists. If you require beaver control or removal, contact the professionals at AAAC Wildlife Removal today.