About Nuisance Wildlife
Raccoons, Squirrels, Skunks, Bats, Birds, Opossum, Woodchucks, Snakes, Fox, Coyote, Muskrats, Beaver and Elephants?
We staff 4 licensed Nuisance Wildlife control operators to handle any nuisance pest you may encounter.
Our lead Nuisance Wildlife technician, Alan, is a former elephant handler.
He has over 20 years experience dealing with the common and not so common nuisance wildlife calls.
We have the traps, the skill and the guts to handle anything from Bats to Birds, Squirrels to Skunks, even Elephants, and we have the pictures to prove it.
See ya later alligator!
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24 Hour Emergency Service
We consider our service, sales and office staff to be a part of our extended family, creating an atmosphere that encourages personalized service and genuine customer care. In fact, all members of our pest solutions team are focused on delivering exceptional service to every customer, every time.
A technician is always on call.
24 hours a day. 7 days a week.
If you can't wait until normal business hours to arrange for services or to get answers to your questions, we are here to help you.
Please understand that emergency rates will apply.
Did you know that it is illegal for an unlicensed Nuisance Wildlife trapper to transport trapped animals?
The law states that a property owner that chooses to handle a nuisance wildlife issue personally has only two choices:
1. Destroy the animal on premises.
2. Let the animal go on the property.
Legally, if you are not licensed to transport nuisance wildlife, you cannot let trapped animals free on property other than your own…which defeats the purpose of trapping as the animal will only return.
Furthermore, if you decided to skirt the law and transport the animal to another location, like a park, this is not always in the best interest of the animal at all. The animal is now displaced in a strange location without food or shelter. This situation will only serve to stress the animal and it is more likely to panic, causing itself and others more potential harm.
So, it may seem like a good idea, and it might make you feel good about what you are doing, but in the end it is not. Not to mention the potential safety issues of handling a wild animal you are not familiar with. There are serious consequences of mishandling wildlife, among them transmittable disease.
If you encounter a nuisance wildlife issue, call a professional. In the end it is better for you and the animal when you call Exodus to handle these potentially difficult situations.
You can be assured that any nuisance wildlife we are entrusted to remove will be captured, handled and released in accordance with New York State Nuisance Wildlife Best Practices. We will always do what is ethical, legal and right for you and the animal.
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Exodus Exterminating, Inc.
440 Stone Road
Rochester, NY 14616
Office Hours: Mon-Fri 8-5, Sat 8-12 (seasonally)