1. What You Need To Know About Raccoon Mating Season In Tennessee

    You’re probably well aware that the official state wild animal of Tennessee is the raccoon, but you may not be aware that the peak of raccoon breeding season typically lasts from February to roughly March or April. You will probably see and hear a lot more raccoon activity in the next few weeks, s…Read More

  2. 5 Facts About Skunk Mating Season In Tennessee

    February is quite a smelly time for us here in Knoxville and all throughout Tennessee. You see, February is skunk mating season, which means the presence — and the stinky odor — of skunks is much more prevalent this time of year and lasts into the spring. The trouble with skunks and other wildli…Read More

  3. How Do Raccoons Get Into An Attic?

    As you lay awake in your bed in the middle of the night, listening to the sounds of claws traipsing across your attic floor, you might be asking yourself, “What is that and how the heck did whatever is creeping around up there get into my house?” Raccoons are very active here in Knoxville, so ch…Read More

  4. 5 Signs You Have a Raccoons In Your Home, Part 2

    Welcome back to part two of our short blog series, Five Signs You Have a Raccoons In Your Home. Last time, we explored five telltale signs that raccoons have moved into your home. Be sure to read part one, but just in case you missed it, here are the signs we looked at: Hearing strange noises at nig…Read More

  5. 5 Signs You Have a Raccoons In Your Home, Part 1

    Do you hear claws pitter-pattering across the floor of your attic at night? Have you noticed unexplained damage on the exterior and interior surfaces of your home? These are just some of the signs telling you that you may have raccoons living in your home. But there’s no need to fear! The wildlife…Read More

  6. 4 Reasons To Hire A Professional Wildlife Control Team, Part 2

    There’s nothing worse than lying in bed at night listening to the sounds of scratching, scurrying feet creeping through your walls, ceilings, and across your attic floor. In fact, it can be the stuff of nightmares because there is a whole list of what kind of animal or rodent could be making those…Read More