Wildlife Animal Pest Removal Manchester

Nuisance Management provides professional animal removal services in Manchester, Connecticut. We specialize in solving conflicts between people and unwanted pest animals. We commonly remove raccoons, squirrels, skunks, rats, snakes, and more. Nuisance Management is fully licensed and insured in Connecticut. We pride ourselves on our wild animal expertise, and our customer service. Our prices are competitive. To get a free price quote over the phone, call any time, 24-7-365. We operate 7 days a week and always answer our phone. Every animal removal job is different, so we will learn about your critter problem, and give you a price over the phone, and schedule what is usually a same-day or next-day appointment. Call us at 860-266-2580.

Nuisance Management Pest Animal Removal

Location: Manchester, Connecticut
Phone: 860-266-2580
Email: manchester@wildlifeanimalpest.com

Connecticut is home to several nuisance wildlife species. We at are experts in dealing with the common (and uncommon) critter problems here in Manchester. Here are just a few examples of the types of pest animal situations we routinely encounter :

  • A family of squirrels living in the attic
  • A skunk living under a shed or porch
  • Opossums eating pet food or from garbage cans
  • A colony of bats living in a building
  • A rat or mouse infestation in a house
  • A dead animal odor inside a wall
  • Moles digging tunnels in the yard
  • Raccoons living in the ceiling
  • Pigeons roosting on ledges
  • A dangerous snake in the yard
  • And many more!

Give us a call any time at 860-266-2580 to talk about your pest animal situation. No two cases are exactly alike, but with over 10 years of experience, Nuisance Management is equipped to handle it all!

Nuisance Management has been voted Manchester's best wildlife control company! We are not a regular pest control company. We don't handle insects - we specialize in only animals. We offer:

  • Fast service and same-day appointments
  • Full house and attic inspections
  • Wildlife damage repair and prevention
  • Animal waste cleanup and attic restoration
  • Dead animal removal and odor control
  • Permanent rodent mouse or rat elimination
  • 100% effective solutions for bats or birds
  • Free price estimates. Fully Connecticut licensed and insured.

We do plenty of simple wildlife control jobs, but we are fully equipped to handle every aspect of your wildlife situation from start to finish.  From our 24-point inspection process, to professional-grade home repairs, to sanitation, we provide a complete solution for complex wildlife cases. Call now to discuss your wild animal pest issue.

Wildlife Tip of The Week

What does snake poo look like?

Snake feces is not a one-size-fits-all situation. Different species of snakes will have different types, sixes, colors, and even textures of poop, and for the most part, it will very much depend on what the snake eats. If you were to have a snake (like a corn snake) in a vivarium and feed it a diet of mice, the poop will be white and very chalky in nature, mainly comprised of the bones, feathers, fur and teeth of the animal it can't digest. More ‘wild' snakes, those eating more plant life, bugs, frogs, spiders, birds, etc., will have poop that looks very much like the poop of other animalsbrown, long, sticky and smelly. It all depends on what the animal eats and if the animal doesn't eat for a while, something most snakes manage to survive on, the animal simply won't poop. It's as simple as that. If you're finding a lot of snake poop, you're providing the snake with a lot of food. Also, the size of the poop will also give you an idea of the size of the snakethe bigger the snake feces, the bigger the specimen. You may also find hints in the feces itself to give you a clue as to what the species of the culprit who made it could be. Scales found within the feces could suggest a snake that eats other snakes, and those white and chalky in nature will be fed mostly mice, rats and other vermin. If you find feathers, it could be a sign once again of a bigger snake, one that preys on the flying critters.