Arlington TX Squirrel Control
|About Squirrels: This animal is an expert chewer that loves to live in the attic, where they raise 3-4 young ever autumn and spring. They can be heard
scurrying through the attic and walls mostly in early morning and evening.
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During flooding in our basement, we had the garage door open, and a squirrel got into our house, where can I get one of those traps? I found him once, but my husband let him escape and now cannot find him, I’m about to go crazy with this. If I set a trap, what do I put in it to attract it?
I have some questions about squirrel neutralization. Starting sometime last week, we had a squirrel choose our house for this season's nesting.
Both our house & the house next door have many runs of metal screening to try & prevent the rodents from such activity as this has happened many times in the past. The attached photo shows the general lay of the land as far as our shingle siding goes (our house is on the right, 724).
The corner the rodent chose does have screening along the top runner board, where it meets the shingles. However, it decided to gnaw through the solid running board instead ( I believe it's a 2 x 6 board). Saturday morning, we heard him inside the crawlspace above the Sheetrock above our bedroom. I don't have the pictures of the hole as they are on my wife's phone... we propped the ladder to investigate, & the rodent exited & fled. We shook half a can of the standard "Critter repellent" granules inside the opening, then covered the entry hole & perimeter with some lighter mesh chicken wire. We then nailed a piece of galvanized flashing over the top of that.
To date, he hasn't made any progress breaking through our blockade, but as I am working from home today, I heard him working on the shingles below our blockade & caught him the act. I scared him away by tossing some rocks up at him... but he is determined & I have caught him out there a second time when I decided to sprinkle the remaining granules on the ground below his target.
I returned to Greenwood Hardware to get their fox urine repellent, but it is in granular form, and as you can see i the pic, the pitch of our shingled facade, I need a liquid form to cover the area in any hopes of dissuading the rodent.
As we've blocked him for several days & have heard no noise from behind the sealed entry, I doubt that there were any young left behind when we chased it out. But it is determined to get back in. We are not at a point where we need a live trapping - at least from the perspective that it's not residing inside our house right now. But we do need to permanently discourage this SOB from tearing up our siding. What would you recommend? Is animal trapping the best option in a case like this?
Visit the Arlington Wildlife Control home page or the Tarrant County Animal Control page for more information.