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Allston is a quiet, comfortable neighborhood nestled right inside the fun, exciting City of Boston. As an ideal place to raise a family or start a business, Allston attracts residents from around the country. However, as the neighborhood gets bigger and bigger, local wildlife in the area has less space for shelter and room to find food.

While it’s not uncommon to come across a critter on your Allston property, it isn’t normal to find one inside your home or business. If you find that one or more wild animals are nesting in your building, contact the team of wildlife professionals at Critter Control® of Allston.

7 Wild Animals Found in Allston, MA

A neighborhood close to commercial developments and universities, Allston is an active area that also has quite a bit of animal activity. In fact, the critters we find most often in the homes and businesses of Allston include:

  1. Squirrels

  2. Birds

  3. Mice

  4. Bats

  5. Rats

  6. Raccoons

  7. Opossums

When one of these wild animals or another unexpected critter from the Allston area wanders into your building, let the Critter Control® of Allston team take care of the issue.

Need Professional Wildlife Removal Services in Allston, MA?

If you’re looking for the right solution to your commercial or residential wildlife issue, look no further than Critter Control® of Allston. Thanks to decades of local experience, eco-friendly wildlife alternatives, and expert insight on animal behavior, our team of licensed technicians can humanely handle, remove, and relocate animals from your property.

After we’ve discovered the cause of your animal infestation, we’ll repair each entry point around your building to keep critters from coming back. From there, we can restore the damage done to your property and even sanitize the infested areas.

Schedule an inspection of your Allston home or business, call us today at 617-975-0440.

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