Tucson Armadillo Removal from your home or business is a very common request. Armadillo removal professionals in North America work with the most common species of Armadillo, the Nine-Banded Armadillo. This type of armadillo can weigh up to 22 pounds and grow to 23 inches in length. The armadillo is know for it's leathery, armored shell. It's name in Spanish is "little armored one." This creature is also known to jump straight into the air up to 4 feet when frightened.
Armadillos digging in yard
The armadillo is a burrower. It's extra sharp claws allow it to quickly dig under the surface. The armadillo also hunts for it's prey, mainly insects and grubs, underground. They are known to demolish gardens and whole yards in search for food. Armadillos can be extremly helpful to farmers and gardeners. They hunt and eat many types of insects and grubs and keep your garden safe. This can often get of control as they create bigger and bigger burrows and tunnels in search of food and shelter. They often live in a massive burrow or several burrows together. On average, a burrow can measure a 8 inches wide, 7 feet deep, and an astounding 25 feet long! This is precisely why these animals should be removed from your Tucson GA yard.
- Armadillos digging in yard
- Armadillos digging in gardens in search of food
- Armadillos will dig under a building's foundation
Armadillos have been known to live up to twenty years. On average, Armadillos live from five to twelve years. The armadillo normally gives birth to four identical pups each time it gives birth. A armadillo can give birth to at least 50 pups within her lifetime, and several of these pups will do the same.
The fast reproduction rate, coupled with the small amount of creatures that prey on the armadillo, has allowed the Armadillo's population to spiral out of control. In the late 1800s, armadillos in America where only found in Florida and states around Mexico. By 2000, armadillos where common in Arkansas, Georgia, Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Oklahoma. Now, a decade later, armadillos are being found in southern Illinois and Indiana. Armadillos may continue to spread to the entire east coast, but not too for north because of their poor tolerance to cold.
Tucson Armadillo Control for:
- Armadillo Removal from your yard and garden
- Armadillo seal up of burrow entrances and holes in yard
- Pinpointing and sealing potential entry points
We offer services througout the Casas Adobes, Marana, Eloy, Sahuarita, Green Valley, Sierrs Vista, Pearce, Catalina, Oro Valley, Tanque Verde, Vail, Benson, Rio Rico, Picture Rocks, Sierra Vista Arizona and more.
Armadillo Removal Solutions is a full-service pest removal company that will assist you with problems caused by not only Armadillos, but Bats, bees, Squirrels, Raccoons, Snakes, Birds, Fox, Skunks, Deer, Geese, Groundhogs, Opossums, Rabbits, Chipmunks and more.
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