Skunks are crepuscular and solitary animals when not breeding, though in the colder parts of their range, they may gather in communal dens for warmth. During the day, they shelter in burrows which they can dig with their powerful front claws. Males and females occupy overlapping home ranges through the greater part of the year, typically 2 to 4 km2 (0.77 to 1.54 sq mi) for females and up to 20 km2 (7.7 sq mi) for males.
Skunks are not true hibernators in the winter, but do den up for extended periods of time. However, they remain generally inactive and feed rarely, going through a dormant stage. Over winter, multiple females (as many as 12) huddle together; males often den alone. Often, the same winter den is repeatedly used… read more
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Amco’s Commercial Wildlife Control Department specializes in the control and prevention of wildlife pests for commercial properties. Our wildlife technicians provide customized solutions that are effective, humane and long term.
Wildlife Exclusion and Prevention Is Key
Here at Amco, our Wildlife solutions focus heavily on prevention of unwanted wildlife after exclusion is complete. Without proper prevention, wildlife pests are likely to re-enter a structure causing the property owner to find themselves with the same problem. Our goal is to eliminate and prevent the problem from happening again.
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