When it comes to pest control, not all nuisance animals are equally dumb. There are smart animals out there that can make your life difficult by dodging the traps you set. To control such animals, you need to take certain steps. Follow this blog to look into possibilities to dispose of smart animals.
Securing a Dead Beaver
Not all animals set straight into the trap as easily as you want. Most animals like beavers are intelligent enough to smell danger. Same applies to squirrels. If you are not hunting a rat, chances are that you will have to work harder to trap that animal. Sometimes, you need to apply unconventional methods to trap the animal. To make it easier for you, follow these simple steps for better results.
Entice the Beaver
Enticing is a method that has been successfully used for capturing a beaver. Beavers are semi aquatic animals that can wrath havoc in your neighborhood. From forests of Brazil to the wilderness of Africa, enticing the animal has shown good results every time it is properly used. However, keep in mind that both the trap and the animal should stay hidden from each other for a considerable period of time.
You can use the camouflaged trap to get the beaver by pieces of food. Beavers are nocturnal animals, setting a trap for such animals require you to look around at night.
Dispose the Dead Beaver
Once you trapped the beaver, make sure it is was not injured or ill prior to your capturing it. If it was ill, or injured, you need to wear gloves to protect yourself for bacteria. It is better to keep the place dark so that the dead beaver is blinded, missing the trap while on the move. This will increase your chances of capturing the in sooner than other tricks.
When you have trapped the animal, you could either set it free somewhere far or kill it. Remember, disposing the dead animal is quite important as it protects you and your family from potential diseases.