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Providing Solutions for Signs or Other Ledges Plagued by Pigeons

Trifecta Wildlife Services recently had the pleasure to work with Duplicator Sales & Service in Lexington, KY to resolve a persistent pigeon problem on the ledge of their storefront sign.   The following picture shows the original condition of the sign when Trifecta Wildlife was brought in to provide resolution. Pigeon poop isn’t the first […]

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Thermography for Removing Wild Animals in Walls or Ceilings

Hearing animal noises in a wall or ceiling? This may be birds, bats, raccoons, squirrels, mice, or other wildlife invading your home. Professional wild animal removal in Lexington and Central KY includes a professional suite of tools to safely and rapidly provide you resolution of your wildlife issue. While my eyes and ears are always […]

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Bat Removal Cost to Value 101

Bats in the attic of your Lexington or Central KY home? A professional bat exclusion is prudent, and here’s a tip so you can experience more value in a bat exclusion relative to cost. Professional Bat Removal in Lexington KY is available through several companies, but questioning the company you have contacted on how the bat exclusion will […]

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Love is in the Air, but What’s That Smell?!

Lexington KY and Central KY Skunk Removal Peak Season is here. Have you noticed the increase in skunk activity when driving around Lexington, or maybe even around your property? Well at Trifecta Wildlife Services we sure have and are glad to share that this is no strange phenomenon, it’s simply mating season for this odoriferous furbearer. […]

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Winter Wildlife Woes

Cold winter weather is here and critters want to be cozy too! Fall has come to a close and winter is officially here, and though in Lexington KY much of December felt like spring weather, we’ve seen the cold return and the animals have expected it too. I thought I’d share some recent pictures from wildlife […]

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Oh No, Squirrels In My Attic!

Lexington KY and Central KY Squirrel Removal Peak Season is Coming. Gray squirrels and fox squirrels are both species of tree squirrels common in the eastern United States and across Kentucky. In the suburban areas of Lexington KY and Central KY the gray squirrel species predominates. The suburban habitat actually proves ideal for gray squirrels […]

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Keeping Birds Out of Your Dryer Vent

Are there birds chirping in your dryer vent? This was unfortunately the case for one recent Lexington, KY client of Trifecta Wildlife Services. Broken, missing, or low-quality dryer vents on the side of a home create a cavity that birds like European Starlings may exploit for nesting. Birds occupying your dryer vent, especially when they’ve deposited […]

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Expect Integrated Wildlife Damage Management in Lexington

What exactly is wildlife damage management…? Wildlife damage management is best described as any action taken that aims to balance the needs of people with the needs of wildlife with mutual benefit to both.  Sometimes solutions require changing an animal’s behavior, yet other solutions to human-animal conflict  require a change in human behavior. The strategies […]

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Lexington KY Wildlife Removal, Who You Gonna Call…?

Ghostbusters! Well sure maybe if our favorite green ghost Slimer has shacked up with you… But, in all seriousness despite my reference to a popular 1980’s film you may well be faced with a confusing situation of who to call when you’re experiencing nuisance wildlife or wildlife damage issues. There are a number of businesses, […]

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When Backyard Wildlife Behaves Badly

Raccoons, skunks, opossums, squirrels and more… …in Lexington, KY we love backyard wildlife, certainly they are charming; until we find them living in our crawl spaces, attics, scattering our garbage, eating pet foods or destroying our bird feeders and other property.  Then we just want them to go back to the “woods where they belong.” […]

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