Markham Wildlife Removal offers pest control services and specializes in an array of wildlife animals. For every job, we deliver professional, humane and effective solutions tailor-made to your specific situation. Animals who come too close for comfort cause damage and cost you time and money. They are a nuisance and call for pest control services.


The following are a few of the examples of what our team might do when we come to your home. You might not require the entire prevention process. These are just some typical situations we run into on a day to day basis.

Inspection of the outside space

Inspection of the outside space

Inspection of the inside your home

Inspection of the inside your home

Animal Removal

Animal Pest Removal

Animal proofing the home

Animal Proofing the Home

Animal proofing the deck

Animal Proofing the Deck

Squirrel exiting the one way door

Squirrel exiting the one way door

Mother relocates her babies

Mother relocates her babies

Short interview with a client

A Short Interview with a Client regarding Pest Control in Toronto

Interview with a client after the job

Interview with a client after the job

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Raccoon Control & Removal
Squirrel Removal and Control
Skunk Removal & Treatment

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    What is wildlife control?

    Wildlife control, also knowns as Nuisance Wildlife Management refers to to the process of removing wildlife animals who are causing damage or disturbance on people’s property. Wildlife sighting and disturbance in public areas, such as the street, or in public parks must be reported to the city.

    What services does Markham Wildlife Removal provide?

    Markham Wildlife Removal provides wildlife removal and wildlife prevention services for an array of different wildlife animals. They include,

    • Raccoon Removal & Prevention
    • Squirrel Removal & Prevention
    • Skunk Removal & Prevention
    • Bat Removal & Prevention
    • Bird Removal & Prevention
    • Opossum Removal & Prevention
    • Groundhog Removal & Prevention
    • Mice Control & Prevention
    • Rat Control & Prevention
    • Wasp/Hornet Control & Prevention

    What should I do if I find an animal that appears hurt or orphaned?

    If you see an injured animal, it’s always good to call an animal rehabilitation centre like City of Toronto Call 311 Visit Their Website   Procyon Wildlife 905-729-0033 Visit Their Website   Toronto Wildlife Centre 416-631-0662 Visit Their Website   Ministry of Natural Resources Visit Their Website They will be able to give you the most appropriate instructions on how to properly handle the situation. If you see what appears to be orphaned wildlife, keep an eye out for a couple hours before you call it in or try to tend to it. Wildlife animals often leave their young out while they scavenge for food, so taking it while the parents are simply away to run errands wouldn’t be the best course of action.

    What methods are used for wildlife removal? How about baby raccoon/squirrel?

    Based on the company you contact, you may get different answers. Our preferred method of wildlife removal is through the use of a one-way door. A one-way door is a door installed on the main entry point a wildlife animal is getting through by, which allows the animal to leave the property but not to re-enter. We like to use this because it is humane, there is no harm towards the animals, and humane-wildlife contact is kept at a minimum. In cases where baby wildlife is involved, a one-way door is not used. In these instances, the mother is first kept at bay while our technicians fetch the baby wildlife animal. They are then placed in a heated insulated box near the property, easily accessible for the mother to find them. She then relocates her young to another, pre-established den.

    What should I do if I see wildlife on my property?

    If you see wildlife on your property, call a wildlife control expert to help. Do-it yourself methods conducted by someone with no experience or training can accidentally cause harm to the animal, to someone on the property or cause damage to your property. Calling wildlife and pest control technicians are the best way to ensure that the methods being conducted are safe, humane and profession while delivering effective results.

    How do I know I have wildlife on our property?

    Here are some clues to knowing whether you have wildlife on your property

    • You’re hearing footsteps above you in the attic
    • You notice sounds of animal cries like chirping or squealing or scratching
    • You see wildlife droppings more often or in more concentrated areas
    • There is damage on your property that looks like it could be gnawing, biting, or scratch marks
    • There is digging in the yard, or in gardens
    • You have seen the wildlife animal go in and out of your property

    What happens to the animal once they are captured?

    In some cases when absolutely necessary, trapping methods are conducted. In these instances, wildlife is caught on the property but then promptly released no further than 1km away as per Ontario rules and regulations. Wildlife who are trapped and released further than the allowed limit may suffer from disorientation, may be in the territory of another wildlife animal and not know where to find food, water or shelter.

    Do you offer 24/7 service?

    Markham Wildlife Removal is there to help you solve your wildlife emergency problem 24/7. If you have a raccoon in your living room or a bird in your kitchen, give us a call and we’ll take care of it anytime, 365 days a year, 24/7.

    What to do when you find a dead animal?

    If you find a animal a dead animal please contact the following: City of Toronto Call 311 for Animal Services Visit The City Of Toronto Website For More Information If your pet has passed away, and you need it removed please call your local veterinary clinic.  They will be able to help you take care of your pet.

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