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Wildlife Experts in Arlington Heights

A mere 25 miles northwest of Chicago’s downtown, Arlington Heights has the best of both worlds. As one of Chicago’s nearby suburbs, residents have easy access to all that the city has to offer. At the same time, Arlington Heights offers an intimate community feel and plenty of local events and attractions to entertain everyone.

Arlington Heights is famous for being home to the Arlington Parks Race Track, which hosts the Arlington Million, a qualifying event for the Breeders’ Cup. The Arlington Heights Historical Museum presents the last 150 years of the town to give visitors a picture of the city’s earliest residents, while the Metropolis Performing Arts Centre features over 50 productions each year ranging from theatrical productions to symphony orchestras to dance showcases.

With such wonderful attractions and events in Arlington Heights, IL, it’s no wonder that so many people choose to live in this area and the nearby villages of Schaumburg and Palatine!

Wildlife and Pest Control in Arlington Heights, Illinois

It’s not only people who are attracted to living in Arlington Heights, IL; it’s pests as well. Unfortunately, some animals and pests may make themselves at home in your home. Common critters found in Arlington Heights include:

  • Raccoons – Raccoons are often attracted to high, sheltered places where they can raise their young in an environment away from predators.
  • Bats – Bats live in attics in Arlington Heights, Schaumburg, and Palatine, because attics are a warm, dry, safe place for bats to feed and raise their babies.
  • Mice – Mice only need a 1/4-inch hole to squeeze into your home or business. Typical entry areas include the fascia, foundation, and under loose siding.

These wildlife and pest problems in Arlington Heights are definitely pesky, but luckily, the experts at ABC Wildlife can help you remove them from your home. How long to feed puppy food? Find here.

Let ABC Wildlife Experts Help You Today!

No matter what kind of wildlife or pest you encounter in your Arlington Heights home, the team at ABC Wildlife is well-equipped to remove them from your property. After all, we’ve been in business for nearly 40 years! Our expert wildlife professionals are all licensed by the State of Illinois and have received expert training on all aspects of animal control. To ensure the wellbeing of your family, we use the safest methods to remove the animals from your home while also fixing the damage they’ve caused and making sure that they won’t return. Call us today at (847) 870-7175 to learn how we can help you solve your pest or wildlife problem!

Our Arlington Heights service area includes the following communities

  • Arlington Heights
  • Schaumburg
  • Palatine
  • Buffalo Grove
  • Des Plaines
  • Glenview
  • Mount Prospect
  • Northbrook
  • Prospect Heights
  • Rolling Meadows
  • Wheeling
  • And more! We serve Cook County!

Visit us at:

ABC Wildlife

1845 E Rand Rd.
Arlington Heights,

Phone: (847) 870-7175

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What They Say About ABC Humane Wildlife

I arranged for them to install wire screening on 2 sides of a concrete stoop to prevent animals from digging under my porch. (I have used this company in the past to remove animals from other parts of my property. They suggested this proactive work.) They called to remind me several days before their appointment. They came as promised. They did a great job of preserving landscaping gravel on the side before they dug. After digging down approximately 18 inches, they installed wire mesh screening down the 2 sides of the stoop. They then covered the area with the dirt and final layer of landscaping stones. You couldn’t even tell the area had been excavated when they were done!
Debra Walker – Downers Grove, IL
We had bees crawling under exterior siding through a gap between siding and brick wall and wanted them eliminated. Phil the technician from ABC arrived at the scheduled time. He observed the bees and identified them as yellow jackets. Phil said he could eradicate them with a powder treatment and the bee activity would die down in a couple of days and we would be finished with the problem. Phil said if we still noticed bee activity after 7 days to call ABC and they would come back to re-treat the nest at no charge. It is just 3 days since Phil treated the nest and we have observed zero bee activity. We are very happy with the service and the remedy to our problem.
Elizabeth Monahan – Chicago, IL
One by one, they removed a family of nine flying squirrels from our attic. The attic was completely cleaned and sanitized, and new insulation as blown in. All went well. It was easy to make appointments with ABC Humane Wildlife Control, and they were all very profession and prompt with their service. We dealt with many on their staff while trying to catch all the squirrels, and each of the representatives were friendly and helpful. We had some issues with the condition of some of the traps, but that was eventually resolved. They are a very helpful organization and the staff is very knowledgeable.
Martha Buchan – Lincolnshire, IL

ABC Wildlife Scholarship

ABC Wildlife Scholarship

Women in STEM Scholarship

As a woman-owned corporation operating in a largely male field, we understand the remarkable impact women can have. We want to pave the way for other women pursuing their dreams in the scientific world, which is why ABC Wildlife has created a scholarship for women in STEM. Learn more about the scholarhip.

Skunk Smell Removal

Skunk Smell Removal

Help! My dog was sprayed by a skunk!

The first step in “de-skunking” your pet is to rinse him/her off with a hose bath and pet shampoo outside. After that, bring him/her indoors for a warm bath with dish soap. Get our "de-skunk" recipe!

Help Injured or Orphaned Wildlife

Help Injured or Orphaned Wildlife

How to Help Sick, Injured, or Orphaned Wildlife

To protect the health and safety of people and wildlife, members of the general public should not handle wildlife. Learn what to do if you find a sick or injured animal.

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