Chipmunks can do some severe damage to your home and yard. They will chew wires and create underground burrows that can compromise the structural integrity of sidewalks, driveways, and garage floors. Chipmunks will also tear up flower beds and gardens, looking for food or places to store their nuts.
At Advanced Wildlife Control, we believe in humane animal removal. Therefore, we can humanely live trap and relocate chipmunks 30+ miles away from your home.
The final step when dealing with chipmunks is to repair any damages left behind. Our technicians will seal up any entry points and close up old chipmunk burrows.
Chipmunks are challenging to control, especially if you have pine trees, nut-bearing trees, or bird feeders. Another pest control option is our exterior rodent control bait stations that will maintain the surrounding population.
Our customers are our #1 priority! At Advanced Wildlife Control, we want to make sure your animal problems are resolved in a timely manner. Therefore, our AWC professionals can usually be out at your property on the same day when you call or the following day.
Chipmunks love to eat bird seeds, berries, nuts, grains, and other vegetation. If you have a bird feeder in your yard, you will have chipmunks.
Chipmunks are common throughout Wisconsin and the Milwaukee Metro Area, especially in woody areas and parks. Their dens have many chambers and tunnels that can stretch out for 20-30 feet. The entrances to their burrows are located near shrubs, brush, or rocky places to provide coverage.
Chipmunks breed in early spring (February to April) and again in summer (June to August). The litter size ranges from 4 to 5 young that are born a few weeks after breeding. Baby chipmunks will stay in their burrow for about 5-6 weeks before going off on their own.