Squirrels sure are cute, but...

Squirrels are an invaluable species in the oak grove forest, but are really bad for your house.

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Outfoxed? Beware...

Female foxes tend to be very bold when they have young near a house or residence.

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Those bandits are at it again.

Racoons look and act like cute bandits, but they are frequent carriers of rabies and warrant caution and safeguards to your home.

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Are you a rat or are you a mouse?

That is the question. The answer will determine the best way to keep your home rodent-free.

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"Blind as a bat?"

Maybe they are, but they sure can find their way in and out of my house.

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Who We Are

The Forest and Wildlife Group is 5 companies in one--consisting of engineers, general contractors, consultants, and wildlife management specialists. Our skilled professionals work together to provide unique solutions and expert service for your environmental and/or contracting needs.










Our wildlife experts are pleased to answer your questions about nuisance animal removal and control (such as squirrels, bats, opossums, beavers, rodents, birds, snakes, foxes, bees, raccoons, and more) and provide helpful tips to minimize your risk.

Q:  Why do I not see the same deer on my property each time when I go to observe them?

A:   Whitetail dear have extremely large home ranges. They will travel large distances in search of food, cover and mates.  Unless the property you’re referring to is significant in size (>10,000 acres), there is a high probability that the deer may be traveling onto distant properties that are more suited to its inhabitance.

Q:  Why do bats always nest in my house?

A:  Most colonial nesting species of bats eat insects. If your home is near water, heavy vegetation or nighttime lighting, it may be near an extensive food source for bats. So  it naturally makes sense for the bats to roost near the food.