We run into to many situations every year with clients that unknowing strand the young of an animal they wish to evict from their home.
It is important to understand some basic breeding biology when you attempt to remove the adult(s) parents from your home or other structure. These animals usually have distinct breeding seasons. If you remove the attending parents, these young animals may die or wander into your home in a final attempt to survive.
Please remember this when you set a trap for a mammal or seal a dryer vent after shooing out the adult nesting birds.
Either research their habits and breeding biology or call us at 877-507-0698!
President - Environmental Health Services, Inc.