Opossums
Didelphis virginiana

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Problem with Opossums
The main complaints we get are:
    Opossum is invading the bird feeders.
    Opossum is walking around in the attic.
    Opossum is getting into the garbage.
 
About Opossums
Opossums are a marsupial, nocturnal animal. Opossums eat mostly meats, but will eat plants, fruits, garbage, bird seed, eggs, moles and pet food. Opossums are solitary animals and will spend many days in a den during cold spells. Opossums have a home range of 10-50 acres and are found in many attics, garages and barns. Opossums breed in February - June with and average littler size of 6-16.
How to Get Rid of Opossums
A-1 Wildlife Service can offer you a trapping solution to your opossum problem.
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