Wildlife Control | Bethlehem, Slingerlands, Delmar, NY
On the banks of the Normans Kill and the Hudson River where Henry Hudson himself is thought to have made landfall lies the small historic town of Bethlehem. With a diverse variety of habitats ranging from fast moving creeks to slow plodding river waters; wetlands, forests, and cliffs this pocket of New York holds all kinds of wildlife looking to make a home. Combine that with densely populated rural areas and you’re bound to end up with conflict. Squirrels and bats making racket in attic spaces through the wee hours of the night, skunks burrowing under porches and making unpleasant odors for a 20’ radius around your house, we’ve seen it all. We’re no stranger to the streets of Delmar, Selkirk, and Slingerlands, and we’ve done work for many residents in the area as well as local churches and municipalities.