Blue Ridge Wildlife & Pest Management, LLC has provided rodent control, beaver removal, beaver control, and beaver pest control in Bedford, VA since 1998.
The beaver can adapt to aquatic human environments easily and usually by choice. In aquatic human environments beavers can adapt easily due to the abundance of food, shelter and the lack of predators. Urban landscapes provide the ideal bark from trees, such as poplar, birch, cherry, pear, willow, maple, and pine trees that beaver will favor. Once a beaver has found a prevalent food source it will look for a den site that is relatively close to that food source. Their home or burrow can be found in a high bank of the stream, pond, or lake. These burrows will have an abundance of mud, grass, and twigs that cover the sub-surface entrance. Lodges are built in areas that a burrow in a high bank is not available. Increases in urbanization or land development in beaver inhabited areas, and the overpopulation of beaver in these areas does not help. As long as we continue to urbanize and provide an abundance of food to the beaver, they will continue to adapt to human environments and pose a threat to urban landscapes.
Beavers are very strong and powerful animals. Live trapping beavers is possible, but very expensive and time consuming. We prefer to use lethal traps when removing beavers because of their speed and effectiveness. A beaver can cut through a 5 inch diameter willow tree in less than 3 minutes. Time is of the essence when beavers are felling expensive ornamentals, flooding crop fields and roadways.
If you need beaver control, beaver removal, to get rid of beaver, or to get rid of a beaver infestation in Bedford, Forest, Goodview, SML, Smith Mountain Lake, and Moneta in Bedford County, VA. Blue Ridge Wildlife & Pest Management, LLC is here to help you. Please Contact Us to help solve your beaver problem.
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PO Box 21208 Roanoke, VA 24018
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