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Wildlife Removal Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati

February 11th, 2014

Do you live in the Greater Cincinnati / Northern Kentucky area and have a squirrel, bat, goose, raccoon, skunk or other wildlife problem? Call Tri-State Wildlife Management for all of your wildlife removal needs! (859) 635-0037 or (513) 853-0037

Northern Kentucky, and Southeastern Indiana!

Wildlife Management, Removal and Exclusion Wildlife Removal Northern Kentucky: Tri-State Wildlife Management (TSWM) is committed to providing effective and professional solutions including wildlife removal, exclusion, management, damage repair and restoration. We are here to meet the needs of residents, businesses, and municipalities. Public health and safety, as well as animal welfare are always given the highest priority.

We Offer Services for: Bats, raccoons, skunks, squirrels, muskrats, moles, opossums, chipmunks, groundhogs, snakes, birds, Canada geese, pigeons, beavers and more.

Animal Damage and Clean-up TSWM offers complete removal, clean-up and deodorization of buildings and materials that have been contaminated or damage by wildlife. We also offer dead animal removal and deodorization.

Repair and Prevention TSWM specializes in Integrated Wildlife Management. Our goal is to give customers a long-term solution to their wildlife issues.

This includes removal or exclusion of wildlife, habitat alteration, customer education and repair or restoration. We have a full-time carpenter on staff and install custom chimney caps, seal homes and repair the damaged area with wildlife exclusion materials that stand up to chewing animals and the test of time. TSWM installs chimney caps and vent screening as part of our management plan. Tri-State Wildlife Management – Protecting You, Your Property, and Your Investment Tri-State Wildlife Management is a member of NWCOA

Call Tri-State Wildlife Management for all wildlife removal in Northern Kentucky! Also serving Cincinnati and Southeastern Indiana! (859) 635-0037

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