Skunk Removal in Akron, PA

Skunk removal in Lancaster, PA is being performed at many homes right now. Backyard Wildlife Solutions has been removing skunks at locations such as Lancaster, Manheim Township, Akron, Lititz, and more.

What Do Skunks Do?

Typically, skunks breed in February and March. During breeding, they spray which makes their presence more noticeable. Towards late spring, the young emerge and remain in the den with their mother until the next season.

Throughout the summer and fall multiple skunks are present at a den site. Den sites are usually found under patios, decks, and sheds. As long as the location offers skunks protection from the elements, it is ideal for a den.

Skunks are mainly nocturnal; however, they are sometimes seen during the day. When traveling, skunks prefer to move along edges of homes, fences, or tree lines to remain hidden.

Skunk Removal in Akron

The recent skunk removal in Akron was for a local property management group. A tenant reported sightings of several skunks moving in and out from under the home.

We began the process by assessing the home and setting up a removal plan. Upon inspection, a loosely constructed foundation allowed the skunks to live under the home. Nine skunks total were removed, all from the same litter.

We also offered the property owner a solution for permanent exclusion and repair work to prevent this issue in the future. All skunks were removed without any incident of spraying.

Skunk removal in Lancaster Pa should only be performed by a licensed wildlife control operator. Call Backyard Wildlife Solutions today at 717-419-0781 or use our contact form for skunk removal in Lancaster Pa and surrounding areas. We offer skunk removal and control and and all animal removal and control in Lancaster, Harrisburg, Lebanon, York, Camp Hill, Mechanicsburg, Carlisle, Reading, and surrounding areas in Pennsylvania.

Published by

Len Lambert

Len Lambert is an Animal Control specialist with more than 11 years experience in the safe and effective removal of animals from homes and businesses across central PA.