The population of urban wildlife is on the rise, increasing the risk of exposure to these animals and their associated health risks. Orkin Canada’s integrated wildlife solutions manage the pest population while remaining committed to environmentally- and ecologically-friendly practices.
What are potential signs of wildlife inside or around your property?
Which of the following is a common food source for wildlife?
True or false. Trimming back tree limbs should be part of your maintenance plan to help protect your facility from wildlife.
Which of the following can be used to describe bats?
True or false. Groundhogs are nocturnal pests.
Which of the following Canadian snakes are venomous?
Which of the following pests have adapted to living in close proximity to humans?
There’s room for improvement, but you’re getting there! You can try the quiz again or study up by checking out our Pest Library. You’ll want to develop a game plan for wildlife now, before they become a problem. With a thorough and proactive pest management approach, you can help keep these pests from damaging your reputation and bottom line.
Remember, many types of wildlife are potentially dangerous and are protected species under Canadian law. If spotted, call a licensed pest management professional right away to safely and effectively remove wildlife from your property.
Good work! Your ability to identify wildlife and their habits is a major step toward helping to prevent them. Consult a pest management professional to develop a preventive program customized for your property.
Need to get someone else on your team up to speed? Send them our Pest Library for tips and tricks to help protect your facility from wildlife and other pest threats.