Wildlife Removal Service
We, at A&D Construction Plus, provide professional wildlife removal services for the entire state of Maine. Having the required state of Maine Animal Damage Control (ADC) license, a state of Maine Trapping license, plus years of experience means we’re ready to handle all your wildlife removal needs. We are educated in both exclusion and live trapping methods, which we consider humane and ethical techniques for the removal of wildlife. Basically, we catch and release. Our trained wildlife removal technicians know how and where to place appropriate traps to capture wild critters, and then where and when to release them.
When removing wildlife, like bats and flying squirrels, A&D construction Plus uses a method called exclusion. When using this method, it allows colonies of bats or flying squirrels to safely vacate your building by means of a one-way door with no means of entering at secondary entry points.
Bat removal is halted during the months of June, July and August, because bats are classified as an endangered species, and this is the time that female bats have their babies. The only way to remove bats during this period is with special permission from the Maine state biologist. If permission is given, only ADC licensed professionals are allowed to do these exclusions.
Live Trapping Method
We provide live trapping services for many types of animals. But, before we begin setting traps, we first need to do an inspection of the location that is in need of our live trapping services. This is a free inspection performed by a member of our professional team of trappers, at which time they will evaluate your location to determine the best place, time and trap appropriate for your unique situation. Below are a few animals we live trap.
- Grey squirrels
Referred by the Maine State Biologist
A&D Construction Plus is proud to be referred by the Maine State Biologist. We are committed to offering humane and ethical techniques for the removal of wildlife. Contact us today for a free inspection of your wildlife removal needs.
Only 1% of Maine Bats are Rabid
Bats in Maine get a bad rap even though they are a natural defense against mosquitoes and other night-flying insects. Many people think that rabies run rampant in the Maine bat population, when in fact, only about 1% of bats in Maine are rabid. You are more likely to come into contact with a rabid skunk or raccoon, than with a bat. When you contact us at A&D Construction Plus, we’ll take the time to listen to your concerns about bats or other critters on your property and answer any questions you may have about wildlife removal.
Maine Hibernating Bats
- Big brown bat (Eptesicus fuscus )
- Little brown bat (Myotis lucifugus)
- Eastern small-footed bat (Myotis leibii)
- Tri Colored bat Eastern pipistrelle (Pipistrellus subflavus)
Tree Bats in Maine
- Hoary bat (Lasiurus cinereus)
- Silver haired bat (Lasionycteris noctivagans)
- Eastern Red