Welcome to Pest Animal Little Rock! We are a wildlife removal company servicing Little Rock, AR. As wildlife control companies in this area go, we're the largest and also the number one rated, for three years in a row. It might be a little something to do with the technicians we have operating in your area, 24/7. It might be down to the friendly and helpful phone operators who also work around the clock. There's a chance that the incredible and constant number one rating is down to our fully-trained, incredibly experienced, and customer-care-focused operatives. Whatever it is, our customers love us. And most of them will only need to call us in just the one time to get this job done. In fact, a speedy, effective service is just one of the things that our company likes to pride itself on, but we don't cut corners to get the job done. A 32-point inspection will be followed with the best removal approach for the individual animal. Once removed, we will travel as far as is necessary to relocate the animal rather than put it down, and that can sometimes require driving some ten to fifteen miles or more. That's not all we'll do, though. There's the repair work, sealing job, and cleaning operation, all of which will be done to the very highest professional standard. There's a reason we've been rated #1, and also why our customers recommend us to their family and friends! Call us now at 501-228-8910 for your Little Rock wildlife control needs.
About Pest Animal Little Rock and Our Services:
The Little Rock gray squirrel is prominent throughout most of the U.S. especially forests in ht eastern half of the country. Its appearance changes drastically with the seasons. Its light brown summer coat becomes thicker and turns to gray in winter. Its underbelly and around its eyes is usually tan to white. The backs of the ears and neck tend to be a darker almost cinnamon color, with white tips in the winter. Its bushy tail measures 7-10 in which is usually about half the length of the Arkansas squirrel. Its tail has long wavy hair alternate with brown and black bands at the base, with a white underside... An adult grey squirrel weighs about 1.5 lbs
The Little Rock gray squirrel prefers forest full of deciduous trees (whose leaves turn brown in the fall), but its territory includes portions of the mixed forests in southern Canada. It likes to live in old-growth hardwoods (like beech, oak, and cherry). This squirrel is very adaptable and can be found in the wild, as well as parks, towns, and neighborhoods. It can forage in the wild, or be right at home eating out of your bird feeder or outside feed bowls. The Arkansas squirrel constructs a nest that looks like a dome-shaped mass and is comprised of twigs and leaves. I is built with an inner chamber of, shredded bark and soft leaves They have also been known to build a leafy nest in a hollow tree.
Its primary diet consists of seeds and nuts they also enjoy tender stems, buds, and flowers of hardwoods. Gray Arkansas squirrels will also feed on berries, fungi, lichens, and fleshy fruits especially during the summer months. During this time, they will eat 2-4 pounds of food per week to maintain their super high energy levels. With the coming of autumn, the squirrels begin to thinks about storing more food. Squirrels typically try to store 3 years worth of food each year to account for loss by weather, or other scavengers. , the Little Rock squirrels will throw nuts (like acorns) from the trees, and scatter them on the ground below. In winter, they will use their keen sense of smell to retrieve them, even under the snow. They also often hide nuts and seeds in the hollows of trees.
Squirrels do not hibernate, as many people believe. During the severe winter cold, Gray Arkansas squirrels stay in their scurries (nests) for several days at a time. In the winter, they will come out to forage in the afternoon when it is the warmest. During the rest of the year, they are most active for a few hours after daybreak, and just before dark. They prefer to spend the bulk of their day lounging in trees on wide branches, and basking in the sun. When mating season arrives, it finds them a bit more active during the heat of the day. At this time, the poly amorous Little Rock squirrels must turn their thoughts to breeding and procreation. During the mating ritual, 1-10 males “chase” a female that is “in season”. The dominant one of the males usually wins the female. Gray squirrels have two breeding periods per year.