With its "bandit" mask and paws that look a little like human hands, the raccoon is a cute and familiar animal, but can also be quite a frightening pest. The raccoon's toes are flexible and it is very good at grabbing, pulling things apart and holding things. The raccoon is also an excellent climber, and one of the few mammals capable of climbing down a tree backwards or face-first. It generally lives in wooded areas near water, but is very adaptable and often found in suburbs and cities.

Nuisance Wildlife Control and Pest Control

We proudly serve all of Eastern Massachusetts

Mass Bay Wildlife Management, Inc. is a full-service wildlife & pest control company specializing in the prevention and non-lethal removal of nuisance animals and other common pests from homes and businesses. From initial inspection to final clean-up and even home repair services, we do it all.

Whatever your pest, we have the solution. Whether you need an animal removed or termite control, we offer the safe, reliable solutions to keep your home free of pests.

We proudly serve the following areas: Metro Worcester, Metro West (including Framingham, Natick, Milford, Wellesley, Newton), North Shore (including Somerville, Medford, Danvers, Peabody), South Shore (including Milton, Quincy, Weymouth, Hingham) South Coast (including Fall River, Swansea, Seekonk) MA, and Parts of Rhode Island.

Don't Let Termites Destroy Your Home

Termites are often known as silent destroyers because they can be difficult to detect. They can go months or even years eating away at the structure of your home without you knowing that you have a termite infestation. Termites can live off of a variety of things including wood, paper, plastic, and drywall.

There are some key warning signs that Mass Bay Wildlife recommends you to look out for including:

• Swarms - inside the home or in the yard
• "Mud tubes" on your foundation or sill

If you notice any of these signs then contact us to learn more about our termite elimination services!

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