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Feral animals that invade your home and/or business can be costly and hazardous. Once an animal enters your structure it then becomes nuisance wildlife. specializes in effective humane trapping, removal and exclusion services. We benefit our customers by offering them sanitation and neutralization of nesting material, excrement and other potential health hazards. We protect your families' health by controlling pests which produce parasite born diseases.


Eastern Grey Squirrel
Eastern Grey Squirrel
Class: Mammalia
Order: Rodentia
Family: Sciuridae
Genus/species: Sciurus carolinensis
The Eastern Grey Squirrel is the most common squirrel on Long Island. Harborage areas usually consist of trees. They can gnaw through wood fascia, siding or shingled areas to gain access into structures. These structures can consist of attics, lofts and soffits. The body is grey is color and approximately 8-10 inches long. It has a bushy tail, 7-10 inches, with white tipped hairs. Their tails aid in balance. Their feet are also well adapted for balance. During the winter months, these squirrels have white fur behind their ears. In the summer, the fur is more yellowish-brown and the tail is whiter. Squirrels have a good sense of vision, smell and hearing. They are highly active in the morning and evening. The squirrels mate during the winter season.
Damage to exterior corner of garage
Damage to exterior
corner of garage
Nesting Material
Nesting material
Damage to roof shingles (Access gained to the attic)
Damage to roof shingles
(Access gained to the attic)
Exlusion Repairs
Exlusion Repairs
(Necessary or preventative maintainance)
Interior Exclusion
Interior Exclusion
(Attic vent)


Raccoon
Raccoon
Class: Mammalia
Order: Carnivora
Family: Procyonidae
Genus/species: Procyon lotor
Raccoons may be recognized by their black face mask. They have grayish brown fur with a ringed black and white tail. Their weight can range from the average of 15 pounds to 50 pounds, the weight of an adult male. Raccoons are omnivorous mammals who mainly feed at night. Their diet consists of nuts, berries, insects and garbage to name a few. Raccoons spotted during the day can possibly be rabid or injured. Rabid raccoons may be very aggressive. Their hind legs may be paralyzed and they salivate heavily. Rabies can be transmitted by a bite from an infected animal.


Opossum
Opossum
Class: Mammalia
Order: Marsupialia
Family: Didelphidae
Genus/species: Didelphis virginiana
Opossum are white to light grey in color and have a long pointed face. They are approximately 33 inches long which includes a tail that extends 1 foot. Opossum are excellent climbers. They are mainly nocturnal animals known to attack garbage facilities. Opossum prefer environments close to water. Many of these animals will feed on insects and vegetable matter. Some prevalent nesting areas include attics, sheds and under porches. Opossum may posses a multitude of diseases.


Feral Pigeon
Feral Pigeon
Class: Aves
Order: Columbiformes
Family: Columbidae
Genus/species: Columba livia
Feral pigeons are the most common bird pest and may be found throughout the United States. They create damage to structures including, rooftops, gutters, drains and air conditioning units amongst others. Pigeon excrement contains a high degree of bacteria and uric acid. This may cause serious health hazards as well as unsafe conditions if not properly removed. Nesting material mainly consists of leaves, sticks and other debris. Pigeons will consume grain, seeds and fruit. They will also feed on manure, insects and garbage.
Ineffective bird control using plastic bird spikes
Ineffective bird control
using plastic bird spikes
Pigeons, excrement and nesting material
Pigeons, excrement
and nesting material
Pigeons roosting on a commercial building
Pigeons roosting on
a commercial building


House Sparrow
House Sparrow
Class: Aves
Order: Passeriformes
Family: Passeridae
Genus/species: Passer domesticus
Male and female sparrows construct nests made out of grass, feathers, straw and other debris. Some of their nesting areas include signs, gutters, trees and orifices in structures. The sparrow is also found throughout the country and prefer to live in close contact with humans and their environment. Mating season usually occurs in the spring. At this time they primarily feed on insects. In addition to the pigeon, the excrement of the sparrow can be quite hazardous.


Starling
Starling
Class: Aves
Order: Passeriformes
Family: Sturnidae
Genus/species: Sturnus vulgaris
During the summer the starling is a purplish-black with an iridescent gleam. In the winter, the tips of the feathers are distinct with a light tan speckled appearance. The bill of the sparrow is black in the winter. During mating season the beak changes to yellow. Nesting usually occurs in cavities that are caste by the shadows of bright light. A distinctive feature of the starling is the squawking sound it creates. Starlings nest in similar areas to pigeons and sparrows, eventually becoming a nuisance pest.


carries the latest in bird exclusion products.
Bird Exclusion Products
Bird spike:
Prevents birds from landing and roosting.
Used on ledges, signs, beams, peaks and other similar surfaces.
Available in different widths depending upon coverage area.
Minimum visibility once installed.
Available in stainless steel or plastic.
Bird netting:
Resistant to ultraviolet rays.
Available in variety of sizes and colors.
Minimum visibility once installed.
Made of polyethylene.
Withstands harsh weather conditions and extreme temperatures.
Bird wire:
Creates unbalanced landing area.
Designed for ledges, signs and beams.
Economical and low profile.
Other mechanical deterrent systems are available.
For more information please call 1-888-6-AMBUSH, or contact us.