Pennsburg Wildlife Control & Removal
We are A Wildlife Pro, and we operate a professional wildlife removal business servicing Pennsburg, PA, as well as Red Hill, East Greenville, and Green Lane. We are not a Pennsburg pest control company or Pennsburg exterminator. We strictly deal with wild animals, like raccoons, squirrels, bats, skunks, and more. We offer building inspections and animal damage repairs, Pennsburg animal trapping services, attic cleanup, and more. If you need fast Pennsburg wildlife removal services at a fair price, call us any time to discuss your Pennsburg critter problem and to schedule a same-day or next-day appointment.
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Facts about Chipmunks You Need to Know
Chipmunks are small, striped and ground-dwelling rodents and they are members of Sciuridae family popular for their love of nuts and burrowing habit. All the Chipmunk species are found in North America except one particular specie known as Siberian chipmunk. Primarily the Siberian chipmunk is found in Asia.
Chipmunks are wonderful animals down to business in their burrows. They normally make use of range of loud chirps and body language to express the territory they occupied as well as dominance or even to warn their young ones for danger. The female Chipmunks have special mating call for which they normally make use of their high-pitched vocalization that is similar to the birds. For reproduction, they are viviparous in nature as they give birth to their young ones alive. The breeding season of chipmunk normally occur two times in a year which is one in the spring and once in the summer.
Chipmunks normally defend their burrows and live lonely life apart from the mating season. The female chipmunks usually produce about one or two litters of 3-5 young. The breeding seasons are first from February to April and the second breeding season starting from June to August. Chipmunk normally enter long period of indolence during the winter but they do not really hibernate. Apart from attack from predators, chipmunks normally live three or more years while in the wild but if they are in the captivity they can live up to 8 years.
The living place of chipmunks is usually in the area with enough ground cover suck as logs, stumps, shrubs, trees and others. Though the common habitat for chipmunks is mostly delicious brush land or woodland and even forest, they also survive in areas with covers just like urban parks, hedges, fence lines and even houses.
Chipmunks are small ground-dwelling rodents mostly active in the daytime during spring fall and summer. In the winter season, the normally remain in their deep burrow systems and always enter deep sleep and decrease in body temperature. This is only interrupted by their period of feedings.
Just as other living animals eat, these special striped animals from squirrel family also do eat. They are omnivores and always eat different kinds of foods mostly found in the ground. During the winter month, the diet of chipmunk is known to be more diverse as they normally hoard seeds and nuts in their burrows which they will eat in the winter season. Some of the favorite foods for chipmunk include: bulbs, seeds, fruits, green plants, mushrooms, worms, insects and even bird eggs.
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