Caught in the act! A chicken killing skunk.
Kansas and Oklahoma Skunk Removal and Control:
The skunk is a member of the weasel family. Of the three different species of skunks in this part of the country, the spotted skunk, and the hog-nosed skunk are uncommon. Because of their extensive range, the species we encounter most often is the striped skunk. Skunks usually have from 2 to 12 offspring which are born in the spring. Breeding usually occurs in February and March, therefore, this is the time we notice the calls starting to come in for skunk removal. Striped skunks may have a short period of delayed implantation if they breed early. Western spotted skunks breed in September and have a longer period of delayed implantation (about 150 days). Eastern spotted skunks breed the same time of year as other skunks. Each of which produce litters at the same time.
Skunks are common nuisance animals because of their extremely well developed anal scent glands. Most importantly. they often cause problems by burrowing under sheds, driveways, or from rooting in flower beds and lawns.
If you have a skunk problem you can count on us to get this nuisance wildlife under control. The moment we put down our traps, we begin working to provide you with live, humane, odorless skunk removal. Because odorless removal is possible, leave the trapping to us. We are experienced skunk trappers. We offer skunk prevention services and odor neutralization services as well.
Call us for all your Kansas and Oklahoma Skunk Removal needs.
Oklahoma Counties We Service:
- Kay, Washington, Osage, Grant, Garfield, Pawnee, Paine, Alfalfa, Kingfisher, Logan, Major in Oklahoma.
Oklahoma Cities We Service:
Ponca City, Bartlesville, Pawnee, Medford, Stillwater, Enid, Medford, Cherokee, Blackwell, Tonkawa
- Kansas Counties We Service:
Chautauqua, Elk, Cowley, Sedgwick, Cowley, Greenwood, Montgomery, Harvey, Harper, Kingman, Barber
- Kansas Cities We Service:
- Wichita, Wellington, Winfield, El Dorado, Independence, Arkansas City
Skunk job in Arkansas City, KS.
Posted by Meneely Wildlife Control on Thursday, March 1, 2018