Chipmunk Removal

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Chipmunks love wooded areas with lots of trees and foliage. If you have lots of trees in a confined space, you can be sure that there’s a chipmunk population burrowing below. As discussed previously, chipmunks live in underground communities together.

The number of how many chipmunks live together relies heavily on outside factors; things like availability of constant food supply, a lack of predatory presence, and shelter from natural disasters or elemental concerns.

Chipmunks are hibernating animals, which means they dig a complex network of tunnels underground where they sleep and live during the harsh winter months. These chipmunk burrows have holes at the ground level, which translates to a series of ugly holes in a yard with a chipmunk invasion.

Common Problems

Chipmunks are considered to be part of the rodent family. According to date collected by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), these animals can carry a multitude of diseases which can be spread to humans through close proximity.

In addition to these diseases, chipmunks can also carry internal parasites like intestinal protozoa, roundworms, and tapeworms. These can spread to pets, kids, and humans via chipmunk feces.

Lastly, chipmunks can serve as a host for ticks, some of which carry Lyme Disease. These ticks can reproduce rapidly and transfer to a pet, or even directly to a human.

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