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Problems with Wildlife

Usually wild animals don’t interact with humans, but sometimes they can cause problems.

Massachusetts is the third most densely populated U.S. state, and also home to an impressive variety of animals. Usually wild animals don’t interact with humans, but sometimes they can cause problems. If you have problems with wildlife, this page will help you find the appropriate solution.

Start by following these general tips:

Do not feed wildlife, keep garbage and compost in a secure container, don’t feed pets outside, remove bird feeders, and close off crawl spaces under porches, decks, and sheds.

Locations for Problems with Wildlife

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