New Milford, Connecticut

American Bio-Tech Wildlife Services

Wildlife removal in New Milford, CT

American Bio-Tech Wildlife Services

45 East St
New Milford, CT 06776
860-355-1231
American Bio-Tech Wildlife Services, Animal Control, Services, New Milford, Connecticut

Don't let the sounds of critters scratching and scurrying keep you awake at night. American Bio-Tech Wildlife Services in New Milford, CT, will take care of your animal removal dilemma, and they will do it ethically.

American Bio-Tech Wildlife Services is owned and operated by a wildlife biologist. Eschewing harsh chemicals often used in wildlife removal, they've been specializing in humane animal control since their opening in 1971. Once the pest in your home has been trapped, the company relocates them to DEEP-approved forest lands. This method allows them to be effective but still eco-friendly.

Using a three-pronged approach to pest control, American Bio-Tech Wildlife Services not only removes nuisance animals from your home but also works hard to prevent them from coming in again. Their prevention and exclusion services, such as capping chimneys, will keep pests out in the future. And their licensed craftsmen will help repair the damage that's left behind like holes in the floor or even roof repairs.

No matter the pest, American Bio-Tech Wildlife Services can help. From bugs and mice to raccoon and snakes, they're experienced in home animal removal in the greater New Fairfield and Litchfield counties. Have a few bats in the attic? They'll go anywhere in Connecticut to safely remove those nuisance animals.

If you're seeking humane animal control that solves your pest problem once and for all, call American Bio-Tech Wildlife Services at (860) 355-1231, and visit their website to learn more about their animal removal services. 

Announcements & Events from American Bio-Tech Wildlife Services
Want a Pet Raccoon? Here's Why That's a Bad Idea, New Milford, Connecticut
From a distance, raccoons look as cuddly cats. Unfortunately, the species isn't domesticated, which presents a whole host of issues when bringing them indoors. If you think the anima...read more
What Animal Is Digging in My Lawn?, New Milford, Connecticut
Even if you’re an animal lover with pets of your own, there are some critters you might not want hanging around your home. In fact, some of them can damage your property, costing you...read more
A Guide to Rabies & Wildlife, New Milford, Connecticut
The mere thought of rabies tends to raise alarm bells if you encounter wildlife on your property. It’s a natural reaction, as this virus can be harmful if you’re bitten by an infecte...read more
3 Facts Homeowners Should Understand About Woodchucks, New Milford, Connecticut
Groundhogs, also known as woodchucks, are a common animal homeowners come across throughout Connecticut. They can seem cute and are well-known for their weather-predicting abili...read more
4 Reasons to Put a Bat Home in Your Backyard, New Milford, Connecticut
Though bats may be a nuisance when they flock to your property, they’re mostly harmless to humans. They also provide natural pest control by eating mosquitos, fleas, and other pesky ...read more
Barbecues are popular ways to enjoy the fresh air and warm weather of spring and summer. Unfortunately, the smoke and scent of cooking food outdoors can attract wildlife, from insect...read more
Squirrels are fairly common throughout much of the United States. Most of them don’t bother humans, but some can make contact and spread diseases to people and other animals. In...read more
Cars are a favorite hiding place of opossums, squirrels, and other wildlife. The small spaces under the hood or along the tailpipes are ideal places for them to keep warm i...read more
Discovering an opossum on your property is likely to have you reaching for your phone in a hurry. While it’s important to have a wildlife control expert remove it from the premises, ...read more
If you’ve ever been sprayed by a skunk, you likely have some idea how to deal with the smell. But what happens when you encounter one while driving or startle one near your home...read more
Bird feeders attract gorgeous feathered creatures, making your lawn and garden more scenic and peaceful. However, they may also attract raccoons who feast on the seed and make&n...read more
Deterring pesky animals is a crucial part of quality wildlife control. Fortunately, you don’t have to turn to harmful traps. Using plants to deter unwanted visitors is a reliabl...read more
When left to roost and nest in dark crevices, bats will leave droppings that give off a foul odor and can cause structural damage to your home. They're also known to carry diseases t...read more
Connecticut is home to a diverse collection of creatures, including many different species of snake. While many of these reptiles pose no threat to humans, there are a couple that ca...read more
Skunks are an unwanted guest to have wandering around your yard or nesting under your home. They pose a danger to your family and can cause foundation damage when they dig to ge...read more
Although discovering a bat in your home is usually alarming and reason enough to contact a bat removal company, these winged creatures lead fascinating lives when they aren’t in...read more
Discovering an unwelcome critter inside or around your home is alarming, but you aren’t necessarily in danger if that critter is an opossum. These furry scavengers are mostly active ...read more
While many people associate bats with sucking blood, there’s more to these interesting creatures and their diets. There are at least 40 different species in the United States alone, ...read more
While it’s hard to deny that raccoons are cute, they can pose a problem when they take up residence in your attic or around your property. The furry mammals are expert climbers and w...read more
Swimming pools tend to attract all sorts of wildlife and pests because of the water in them. If you have one, you’re likely to find wild animals trying to get near to have a dri...read more
Bats are a protected nocturnal species in the United States, which is why there are laws with strict guidelines on bat removal policies. These flying mammals are insectivor...read more
Squirrels are incredibly bright, interesting creatures to observe in the wild, but unfortunately, many homeowners get a first-hand glimpse of the nesting habits of these furry little...read more
Woodchucks, also called groundhogs, can cause a considerable amount of damage if they infiltrate your property. They damage lawns, consume garden veggies, and even tunnel alongside t...read more
If you have a problem with a wild animal around your home, a wildlife control professional can come and effectively remedy the issue. However, it’s important to know how to safeguard...read more
You’ve seen them soar through the air at night and marveled over their ability to sleep upside down. Yet there’s far more to bats than their nocturnal habits. Bat Conservation Intern...read more
The majority of snake species are harmless, but it can still be unsettling to suspect that one or more of this reptile is living in your home. Since some snakes can be aggressive whe...read more
When it comes to rats and mice, you don’t want either in your home. While it may seem like they’re the same thing, they carry quite a few differences. These are key to not only ident...read more
Woodchucks can seem cute and loveable as you watch them scurry around your property. It’s not until you experience serious home or yard damage that you realize why they’re considered...read more
While it may be fun to watch squirrels jump from tree to tree in your yard or the local park, they are always unwelcome guests in the home. The furry-tailed rodents bite almost anyth...read more
Maintaining a pest-free zone can be difficult during the cold winter months. The warmth of the house combined with the promise of food can encourage critters to find a way in. Rather...read more
Coming home to find a critter in your house is more than inconvenient; wildlife can do a lot of damage to the property and pose a danger to your family. Keep unwanted guests&nbs...read more
Many homeowners dedicate time and effort to make their gardens thrive. They often rely on animal control services to ensure no critters disrupt their creation. Though there...read more
Halloween season and spooky decorations are exciting, but the presence of bats is a real issue for many people. Infestations pose many problems, including their waste, known as “guan...read more
Curious, stealthy, and adaptable, raccoons are urban scavengers that can wreak serious havoc on your property. As great climbers and diggers, these animals are rarely deterred by mos...read more
Don’t let their beady eyes, furry faces, and small size fool you; mice can create dangerous conditions inside your house. As they scurry to look for food, these rodents may trigger a...read more
If you hear scratching, creaking, or rustling coming from behind the walls at night, creatures have likely made their home in the infrastructure. To give the animal removal ...read more
Rodents have sharp teeth and claws, but the real threat they pose when they enter your home is illness. Many carry diseases which can spread through saliva, blood or feces. The wildl...read more
It’s not unusual for different types of wildlife to seek refuge in areas close to or even inside your home. Often, homeowners don’t discover this surprise until they hear telltale no...read more
Raccoons are widespread animals, common to both rural and city environments. However, as charming as they may seem from afar, they commonly cause problems for homeowners. As the...read more
While raccoons can be cute from a distance, homeowners don’t want them breaking in. If they do, these animals can create a mess, and some carry serious diseases like rabies. Pro...read more
The summer brings beauty and warm weather—as well as wildlife near your home. Animals seek food, cooler temperatures, and safe places to hide and build nests. Fortunately, there are ...read more
The best type of animal control is prevention; if creatures can’t enter your home in the first place, then you won’t have to worry about infestation and damage. Knowing how they get ...read more
Woodchucks—also known as groundhogs—are woodland creatures belonging to the marmot family. They reside throughout most of the Eastern and Midwest regions of the United States. Sharp,...read more
When you call for animal control services, you likely just want to get the pest out of the house as quickly as possible. But did you know the professionals who remove wildlife from r...read more
Raccoons are known to get into the trash, creating a mess for homeowners as they search for food. However, they can also pose a threat to your pets, especially smaller...read more
Raccoons are strong, innovative, and opportunistic creatures. They often nest in attics and chimneys, potentially creating a mess and exposing your family to disease. To avoid a...read more
With the arrival of spring and summer, you're likely to notice more critters around the house. It’s possible to even spot a snake or two in the garden. Because they can pot...read more
Keeping animals away from your home can be a challenge. There may be a family of raccoons trying to take up residence under the porch or a stray skunk that decided your shrubs make t...read more
Raccoons commonly inhabit deciduous and mixed forests, mountainous regions, and coastal marshes. However, the animal’s adaptability brought the species into urban areas, too, which p...read more
Bats can wiggle through cracks no more than half an inch wide, so many homeowners don’t see the creatures’ entrance and exit points in property siding, windows, door frames, or attic...read more
In search of food or shelter, raccoons, mice, and other animals might find your property’s garage or shed as a desirable new home. These structures often have large doors and windows...read more
Whether it’s food, a space to live, or both, raccoons are often drawn to people’s houses. If you find one in your place, it can be quite disconcerting and scary. However, it’s b...read more
It’s common for homeowners to spot squirrels skittering across their property. However, these seemingly adorable creatures can turn into pests once they start nesting. Some even carr...read more
If your dog or cat spends any time outdoors, it’s likely to come into contact with wildlife at some point, including skunks. These animals have sharp claws and teeth, but most pet ow...read more
Mice can be a nuisance in your home, and they pose a health risk, especially if they get into areas where food is kept. Based in New Milford, CT, American Bio-Tech Wil...read more
If a snake ever surprises you inside of your home, you may panic and feel a bit frightened. However, when you know how to handle the problem calmly and sensibly, the intruder will wi...read more
If a squirrel gets into your house, exercise caution and call a professional. Many underestimate the threat these small creatures pose, but animals that feel scared, cornered, and tr...read more
If the strange noises keeping you up at night are caused by raccoons in the attic, you’re likely wondering what to do next. American Bio-Tech Wildlife Services in New Milford, CT, un...read more
Animal control services are common in Spring, as critters begin looking for secure areas to build nests for their young. To this end, your home can appear very inviting as ...read more
Being sprayed by a skunk is an unpleasant experience. However, there are certain steps you can take in the immediate aftermath to deal with the mess and ensure the issue doesn’t...read more
Cold weather tends to drive animals indoors, and sometimes that includes unwanted critters. Squirrels can squeeze into small holes and nest in your walls, attic, and chimney. So...read more
It’s not uncommon for homeowners to spot the occasional squirrel bounding across their property. However, these animals can begin to cause problems if they strike up residence w...read more
Squirrels may be a nuisance when they overrun your property, but the critters are an important part of the ecosystem, and they contribute to everything from new tree g...read more
When the weather gets colder, you are likelier to stay indoors where it is comfortable and warm. Unfortunately, the same holds true for many pests. Mice seek shelter from t...read more
While Connecticut is known for its scenic beauty, those sought-after pastures, lakes, and forested areas contribute to wildlife control issues for residents throughout the ...read more
Once you take your trash out and place it in your garbage cans, you feel like you’ve made your home and property cleaner. However, you could find a large mess later on if r...read more
When you hear scurrying in your attic or see something in your chimney, it’s important not to panic. As brazen as they may seem to enter your property, wildlife pests rarely try to i...read more
If you live in a rural, forested area, you may have experienced issues with wildlife, such as skunks, raccoons, and opossums, getting into your parked car. Such animal removal can ea...read more
In the winter, furry critters will look anywhere to find a warm and safe place to wait out the cold months. Unfortunately, that space may be your attic. Wildlife can eat insulation, ...read more
Bats are nocturnal creatures that sometimes find their way into your attic or chimney. Most homeowners don’t realize you can’t get rid of them the same way you would any other p...read more
Raccoons are stealthy, curious creatures that can wreak serious havoc on a property. Their habit of foraging for anything that resembles a food source makes any home vulnerable to th...read more
Depending on where you live, stumbling across a baby animal isn’t uncommon, especially during the spring. But even if the sight of a lonesome fawn or duckling makes your heart ache, ...read more
As fall segues into winter, everyone will be bundling up and preparing for the cold—including local animals. Many of them know human homes are some of the warmest, coziest places to ...read more
Whether you think of them as cute woodland creatures with fluffy tails, tree rats, or something in between, the occasional squirrel may make its way into your home. Attics and garage...read more
When it comes to wildlife control in Connecticut, few invaders are as daunting to deal with as raccoons. They can be aggressive and host a number of diseases that are harmful to...read more
Along with pumpkins and skeletons, bats are one of the most iconic symbols of Halloween. If you've ever wondered why that is, American Bio-Tech Wildlife Services, the leading animal ...read more
Rabies is a deadly disease transmitted from animals to humans. The virus infects domestic and wild creatures, which is why animal control is crucial in its prevention. In many c...read more
The cold weather is coming, leaves are turning, and your neighborhood is getting ready for Halloween. During this spooky time of year, with vampire movies abound, American ...read more
Sometimes, critters find their way into people’s homes or yards. As much as you may want them removed for safety and health reasons, you might also wonder what happens to t...read more
As the temperature drops and animals prepare for winter, many will head south for a warmer climate. However, nonmigratory mammals like rabbits, squirrels, and groundhogs will stay be...read more
When the summer heat recedes and fall weather starts setting in, small animals and pests look for warm places to spend the cool season. Your home provides a lot of tempting...read more
There is a lot of fear and confusion surrounding bats, with many thinking they’re prone to attacking humans. While these critters might seem scary, most of the time they are actually...read more
The natural curiosities of the world intrigue and fascinate us. When it comes to bats, many people wonder: Why do bats hang upside down? The animal control experts at Ameri...read more
Bats are beautiful, fascinating creatures, but they don't make the best house guests. And unfortunately, when they enter a home, it can be hard to convince them to leave. The bat rem...read more
Mice are one of the most common pests all homeowners encounter. If you think you have an infestation, it’s important to call Animal Control right away, as these rodents are know...read more
One of the most frustrating aspects of having a garden or lawn is when wild animals dig up your work. With some assistance from a savvy animal removal team, your greenery will b...read more
If you’ve been having a problem with pests or wildlife of any kind, it may be time to call in the professionals. But before calling just any animal control service, make sure to do a...read more
From a warm shelter to a new food supply, there are many reasons small animals will move into your residence. Most creatures aren’t interested in meeting their human housemates, whic...read more
Animal populations tend to grow during the warm weather months and at the height of their natural breeding cycles. The experts at American Bio-Tech Wildlife Services in New...read more
The consequences of any animal bite that breaks the skin can be severe, but they’re particularly dangerous for incidents involving wildlife. Raccoons, squirrels, and other wild ...read more
Cultivating a garden is very rewarding, and it enhances the look of your yard. But, you might notice that you’re not the only one enjoying the fruits of your labor. Gardens often att...read more
According to the Nature Conservancy, there are over 1,100 species of bats, and they comprise 25% of the world’s mammals. This means you can pretty much find bats sleeping upside...read more
Since the dawn of the agricultural age, conventional wisdom has been that animal control is crucial to gardening success and you should discourage wildlife from entering areas you're...read more
As the weather warms in spring and summer, your children will be playing outdoors more often. This is wonderful for their health and happiness, but it also means that they have more ...read more
As romantic as an outdoor wedding can be, uninvited guests like bats, raccoons, and other critters can ruin the experience. That’s why the animal control specialists at American...read more
With warm weather in full swing, the northeastern part of the country offers a variety of enjoyable outdoor activities, which is why many people spend time at campgrounds. As the are...read more
A quick internet search will prove there is no shortage of information out there about bats. These little winged bug eaters tend to get a lot of bad press because of their “creepines...read more
A few animals scurrying around in the cover of night can turn your peaceful camping trip into a nightmare. In addition to making it difficult to sleep, some wildlife can be vicious o...read more
It’s alarming to realize bats are inside your home, but you can secure your structure with help from a professional bat control expert. American Bio-Tech Wildlife Services ...read more
With Memorial Day on the way, you’re likely planning a weekend picnic or family barbecue to celebrate the coming of summer and the long weekend. However, whenever you combine fo...read more
As the school season ends, it’s time for many families to head out to the parks or their backyards to celebrate with graduation parties. Unfortunately, unwanted animal visitors may i...read more
You work hard on your gardening, but bugs, rodents, and other critters seem to be working just as hard to ruin it! With a few wildlife control tips from American Bio-Tech, CT’s top a...read more
While you’re cleaning your home this spring, the wildlife control experts at American Bio-Tech of Connecticut recommend keeping an eye out for signs of animal problems. By inspe...read more
If you’re considering whether you should install a chimney cap on your smokestack, the animal control experts at American Bio-Tech strongly encourage you to act quickly. Installing a...read more
While installing bird feeders on your property is an excellent way to attract a variety of beautiful, feathered creatures, it will also bring nuisance pests. To help you make sure on...read more
There’s no easy way around it—bats have a bad rep in our society. But as the bat removal experts at American Bio-Tech in Fairfield, Connecticut, maintain, these little...read more
You already know raccoons stir up trouble all year long. However, with the end of the cold weather rapidly approaching, there are a few more pests that could be making their way over...read more
While enjoying the pleasant weather, your dog might encounter a few creatures that won’t enjoy their company—namely, a wandering skunk. The Connecticut animal control experts at...read more
While squirrels can drive us nutty with their wild antics, curiosity, and tendency to steal food, they’re endearing creatures that surprise and delight even the most seasoned wildlif...read more
Your dog or cat being sprayed by a skunk is a stinky nightmare. Notoriously hard to wash off, the stench can last for days, even with the most aggressive treatments. Sherman, CT’s Am...read more
Connecticut is home to a wide array of wildlife, and no matter where you are, keeping animals out of your yard can be tough. The crew at American Bio-Tech, based in Sherman, CT, has ...read more
If you have a mouse infestation in your home, the best thing you can do is get in touch with an animal removal company that employs reliable, humane techniques. To help them pre...read more
During the winter months, mice scurry around in search of a warm, cozy shelter. While you’re cuddled up inside with a cup of tea, these dreaded rodents might be scoping out your prop...read more
After an animal removal service rids your property of pests, it’s almost always necessary to do some restoration work. Since animals leave behind nests, pheromones, urine and droppin...read more
Squirrels, raccoons, and skunks may seem harmless and even cute, but if left to their own devices, they can seriously damage your property and spread disease. During the winter, wild...read more
Having a bird nest in your chimney can be quite the problem. They limit air flow, can cause a fire hazard, and may carry disease. Fortunately, the animal removal pros ...read more
During the winter, your attic can be the ideal nest for a roaming bat colony; unless your home is thoroughly sealed, you won’t be able to protect your household from an infestation.&...read more
Unwanted animals in your home not only increase your risk of property damage, but they also bring health and safety hazards. If you hear noises like scratching and squeaking coming f...read more
The New Year is upon us at last! Everyone at American Bio-Tech, one of Connecticut's leading animal control providers, sincerely hope you and your loved ones shared a beautiful holid...read more
Connecticut’s freezing temperatures and heavy snowfall are inconvenient and dangerous—to humans, of course, but also to the state's wildlife. The experts at American Bio-Tech, a...read more
Why should you trust American Bio-Tech’s wildlife control services? For one thing, they carry state-issued certification from Connecticut’s Department of Energy & Envir...read more
Think you have a woodpecker problem? Don’t waste another minute before contacting a woodpecker removal company. These pesky birds usually show up during autumn in search of a ho...read more
Connecticut is recognized nationwide for its beautiful natural scenery filled with luscious greenery, flowers, and streams. Unfortunately, this gorgeous environment creates a br...read more
While bats can be a nuisance, they don’t deserve the fear they inspire in many homeowners. American Bio-Tech in Fairfield County, Connecticut, specializes in humane ba...read more
When you need wildlife control, how do you determine which is the best company to call? From trapping the critter to implementing exclusionary methods, there are a number of steps in...read more
Connecticut is home to a variety of wildlife, including bats, bobcats, coyotes, and black bears—all of which can harm your pets. Unfortunately, there are many cases of dogs and cats ...read more
When the temperature starts to drop, you won’t be the only one looking for a cozy place to spend the winter. If you don’t have your chimney cleaned, you’ll be calling an animal contr...read more
Whenever wildlife roams around your yard or garden, there’s always a chance it will damage your property. Whether it's a raccoon or a skunk, you can expect problems if they stay too ...read more
In New England, on cool, autumn nights when insect activity is low, native populations of brown bats start looking for places to hibernate. Unless you've taken measures to discourage...read more
Though the terms are sometimes used interchangeably, animal control and The Humane Society have some distinct differences. According to American Bio-Tech—an animal control company in...read more
Pests love summertime. While some are nothing more than nuisances, others can create serious health problems. With the potential to spread Lyme disease, ticks fall into the harmful c...read more
Opossums can be cute from afar, but these furry critters are nuisances if they manage to get into your home. Luckily, the animal removal professionals at American Bio-Tech in Fairfie...read more
As the days get shorter and the weather gets cooler, you may find yourself spending more time enjoying the comforts of home. Common household pests like bats and rodents also take sh...read more
Owned by wildlife biologist Robert Boone since 1971, American Bio-Tech has pioneered a new way to think about animal removal in Connecticut. Unlike local pest control companies who c...read more
No one knows better than the animal control experts at American Bio-Tech that it can be a hassle to deal with any type of rodent or animal infestation on your property...read more
At first glance, you wouldn't think that woodchucks, also known as groundhogs, are among the most notorious critters when it comes to gardening. They look harmless and cute unti...read more
Woodchucks, otherwise known as groundhogs, are an important part of American culture—but you can appreciate them without having to deal with them chomping down on your garden! That’s...read more
Even if they don’t use their fireplaces, many homeowners retain chimneys because of the rustic appeal they add to their property. However, the wildlife control professionals at&...read more
Many people are terrified of snakes, and Connecticut's lush environment certainly hosts more than a few species. Fortunately, as the humane animal control specialists at American Bio...read more
With its shiny black fur and dual white stripes, the striped skunk is distinctive, recognizable, and a common nuisance to Connecticut homeowners. American Bio-Tech, the most experien...read more
From raccoons digging through the trash to skunks sneaking around outside, wildlife can be vexing, to say the least. It may seem strange to consider these types of animals as such, b...read more
If you think you have bats in your attic, it’s important to check right away, because bats can carry infectious diseases and parasites. At American Bio-Tech, wildlife biologist Rober...read more
While you’re enjoying cookout season, it’s a good idea for both you and the environment if you try to avoid any possible run-ins with the local wildlife. The humane animal ...read more
Unfortunately, due to their relentless drilling, woodpeckers are known to cause damage to homes. American Bio-Tech, which is based in Sherman, CT, but travels all over the state, is ...read more
Since opening their doors in 1971, American Bio-Tech has been committed to helping their friends and the Fairfield County community enrich themselves in every way possible. In a...read more
Family owned and operated since its inception in 1971, American Bio-Tech is a trusted source for humane animal control and removal practices in Western Connecticut. Although the...read more
American Bio-Tech in Sherman, Connecticut, wants customers to know their animal removal services will always incorporate humane animal control methods. The company's owner, wild...read more
If you find bats living in your home, it's time to schedule professional wildlife control services. The experts at American Bio-Tech, a family-run company in Sherman, Connecticut, of...read more
Nobody wants bats to live in their home, and if ignored, these flying critters can eventually cause severe damage to your attic and home. If you think bats are invading your house, y...read more
Pests and small rodents thrive in hard-to-reach places, and they’re especially skilled at hiding indoors while the seasons change. If you think you need animal control because pests ...read more
Bats have a habit of getting into places where they aren’t wanted, warranting the need for bat removal services. It’s more common than one might think for homeowners to discover thes...read more
Homeowners of Western Connecticut are no strangers to chance wildlife encounters, whether it be a young fawn stumbling into your backyard or perhaps a small blue jay landing on your ...read more