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The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency has released a report entitled “Climate Change and Potential Impacts to Wildlife in Tennessee,” a comprehensive review of the scientific literature on climate change and its expected impacts on fish and wildlife and the habitats that they occupy. Tennessee’s climate is projected to get warmer, and precipitation patterns could also

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Today, Tennessee is one of the most biodiverse states in the nation. Currently there are more than 325 species of fish, 89 mammals, 61 reptiles, 70 amphibians, and 340+ birds known to inhabit or migrate through Tennessee. The number of invertebrate species, many of which are endemic to Tennessee, is equally impressive with 256 land

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For bat removal and exclusion in Nashville, TN and surrounding cities.  Call A All Animal Control 24/7 at (888) 600-5525 Do you have bats living in your attic or chimney? If you had bats in your home last year, they will be back this year. Now is the best time to begin ridding your home of bats, for

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Homeowners are under siege with reports of raccoons entering homes throughout Nashville and surrounding area. Raccoons utilize our homes as they would hollow trees and as the raccoon breeding period is underway sub adult from last springs litters are being forced out out of their current living quarters by adult females preparing to have another litter.

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Dead animal removal is an unappealing aspect of our business, which is why most companies do not attempt this endeavor. A All Animal Control (AAAC) offers dead animal removal in Franklin and surrounding areas. AAAC is equipped to serve you when the need arises. Our well trained staff will remove the animal with as little inconvenience to

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Coyotes are highly adaptable and can survive in urban areas as long as food and shelter requirements are met.  In urban areas coyotes will feed on almost anything including garbage, pet food, small cats and dogs, and other wild animals such as rodents, skunks, raccoons and birds.  Coyotes typically hunt alone, however they may hunt

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Common problems occur when raccoons look for nesting sites in buildings. Females in search of nesting sites may rip off shingles, fascia boards, or rooftop ventilators to get into the attic. Once inside the attic, insulation on walls may be torn up and displaced; and insulation on heating and air conditioning ducts may be ripped

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Clarksville, Nashville, Franklin and surrounding area groundhog removal: If you have a groundhog problem or have had one in the past year, now is the time to trap groundhogs and remove them. Although pastures and open fields are favorite areas for groundhogs to den, it is not uncommon for them to burrow in urban areas under or

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