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What should I do if I find a porcupine on my property?



Porcupines on Your Property: Handling the Situation Encountering a porcupine might be surprising, but it's manageable. Here's what you need to know:

Stay Calm: Porcupines are generally non-aggressive and won't attack unless they feel threatened.

Keep Your Distance: Porcupines have sharp quills that they can release if they feel threatened. Avoid getting too close to avoid accidental quill injuries.

Fun Fact: Porcupines' quills are modified hairs that have microscopic barbs at the tips, making them difficult to remove once embedded.

Porcupine Seasons: Porcupines are active year-round, but their nocturnal nature means they're more active at night.

Safety Consideration: While porcupines aren't dangerous, they can be harmful to curious pets that might try to investigate.

Our Approach: At Wildlife Control Pros, we're all about solutions:

  1. Safe Practices: We'll provide you with advice on safely handling encounters with porcupines.

  2. Expert Guidance: If you're unsure, we're here to help.

Living with Porcupines:

  • Give Space: If you encounter a porcupine, keep your distance and let it move along.

  • Pet Precautions: Keep your pets leashed and away from porcupines to prevent quill injuries.

Expert Support: For more insights or if you encounter a porcupine-related issue:

  • Reach Out: Have questions? Call (231) 299-0929 or WildlifeControlPro@gmail.com.

  • Guidance: We're here to provide you with advice and solutions for a peaceful coexistence.

A Porcupine Encounter: Curious about porcupines? Contact us for information and support. We'll ensure you're well-equipped to handle these unique creatures and keep your family and pets safe.

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