WoodchucksWoodchucks are becoming an increasingly more common nuisance animal on eastern Long Island. As more agricultural land is developed woodchucks are beginning to utilize backyard gardens as food sources and are burrowing under fences, sheds and decks to den and rear their young.  Woodchucks also cost nurseries, farmers and vineyards thousands of dollars in agricultural damage and their burrows can do damage to machinery, injure workers and create leg-breaking hazards for horses and livestock.

ADVANCED Nuisance Wildlife Control Services can remove woodchucks from the premises and create animal guards around decks and sheds to prevent their burrowing.