Helpful products to reduce wildlife conflicts:
- One-Way Doors: When animals have entered a building through a hole in the wall, siding, or roof, the door allows animals to exit the damaged area and not be able to re-enter.
- Bat Cone: Similar to a one-way door, the Bat Cone allows bats and squirrels to exit through the cone and not be able to re-enter.
- Liquid Fence: Scent and taste deterrent geared towards deer and their foraging techniques, but also useful for other species.
- Critter Ridder: Scent and taste deterrent geared towards small mammals.
- Scarecrow: A motion-activated sprinkler that frightens any animals within its perimeter with a burst of water.
- Chimney and vent covers for blocking potentially wildlife-accessible entrances into your home.
WHS receives no benefit for recommending these products; we do so, because they have proven to work time and time again.
For information on Wildlife Rehabilitation:
- City Wildlife: Washington, D.C.’s soon-to-be first wildlife rehabilitation facility
Government agencies regulating wildlife:
To learn more about Rabies, visit http://www.cdc.gov/rabies/.