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Eastern Gray Squirrel

The Eastern Gray Squirrel is a non-native species to Washington. Their larger size make them forcibly push the native squirrels out of their home territories due to food and nesting competition. Removal and repair of homes they infest help to prevent further issues.

Douglas Squirrel

Douglas squirrels are one of the few native squirrels found in Washington, predominantly on the western side of the Cascades. Their small size lead many to think they are chipmunks.  As they are a protected species, non-lethal control is the only option for dealing with these animals in the attic.

Flying Squirrel

Flying squirrels are the only nocturnal squirrel in the state. They prefer tall homes with lots of tall trees in the area. As they are a protected species, non-lethal control is the only option for dealing with these animals in the attic.