Opossum Removal, Greensboro, NC

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A keen eye and knowledge of opossum habits are necessary to identify an issue with them on your property. Since opossums are nocturnal animals, evidence of their existence might not be readily apparent during the day. However, once you notice they’re there, you can call our team at Triad Wildlife Experts for opossum removal. Consider the following signs that there may be an opossum issue on your Greensboro, North Carolina property, then contact our team.

Opossum Removal in Greensboro, North Carolina

Opossums are most active throughout the night. If you hear sounds coming from the attic or another building on the property during the evening hours, it might mean an opossum has taken up residence. You can confirm this by visually seeing them or by noticing their trail. Opossums have five toes on both their front and back feet, so their footprints frequently resemble miniature handprints. You might also see damage in your garden, tipped-over trash cans, or uprooted plants.

It’s important to contact our team when you notice any of these signs. Opossums may hiss and growl, especially when they feel threatened. They can also damage your home or exterior buildings. The good news is that once you contact us, we will provide a thorough assessment and a plan for humane opossum removal. We can also fix any damage that opossums left behind.

If you’re concerned about wildlife causing issues on your Greensboro property, contact us today. With over 15 years of experience, we’re the team you need for opossum removal.


At Triad Wildlife Experts, we offer opossum removal services in Greensboro, Pfafftown, Clemmons, Lewisville, Walkertown, Browns Summit, Colfax, Gibsonville, High Point, Jamestown, Julian, McLeansville, Oak Ridge, Pleasant Garden, Stokesdale, Summerfield, Bermuda Run, Mocksville, Advance, Lexington, Thomasville, Winston-Salem, and Kernersville, North Carolina.