Chipmunk Removal, Damage, Disease, Habits
Chipmunk Removal and trapping can be a challenging task. It requires patience and an understanding of their habits. Chipmunks can give birth twice a year, once in the spring and again later in the summer. They generally have 2 – 7 young at a time. Chipmunks cause damage by burrowing tunnels in the ground underneath foundations, stairs, patios, or even into foundations. The openings to these tunnels appear as holes in your lawn that are about 2 inches in diameter. Chipmunks raid bird feeders, dig in flowerbeds and vegetable gardens, and uproot plants. They eat seeds, seedlings, and flower bulbs. Chipmunks can carry diseases and are hosts to a number of parasites including fleas, lice, mites, worms, and botflies. The highly trained wildlife removal technicians of WEBBCON Wildlife Removal & Exclusion can trap and relocate these nuisance wildlife animals utilizing advanced trapping techniques.