Rabbit Control - Information on Wild Rabbits
Effective Solutions for Rabbit Problems
Wild rabbits live in a system of burrows, known as a warren, but will also live under sheds, in rubble and in piles of dead tree roots and branches. They eat a wide range of herbage and are attracted to agricultural crops that are nutritious and plentiful.
The main breeding season is January to August but autumnal breeding is becoming more common with the arrival of warmer winters. Females start to breed at three to four months. Gestation is 28-30 days and females produce four to five litters a year.
Rabbits are nocturnal and will feed on just about any plant they are able to reach. Garden plants, any vegetables or fruit and most ground cover plants are all targets for hungry grazing rabbit.
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Why Choose A Z Environmental For Rabbit Problems?
- Fast Emergency Call Out
- Local, Reliable Rapid Response
- Highly Experienced Pest Controllers
- Effective Solutions to Rabbit Problems
- Affordable Control of Wild Rabbits
- Certified RSPH Standards
- Registered NPTA Members
- Environmentally Friendly to Wildlife
- 5 Star Rated Customer Reviews
- Discreet Low Cost Service
Rabbit Control in Manchester, Cheshire, Tameside and Lancashire
Based in Stockport, A Z Environmental Services are ideally located to provide wild rabbit control in Stockport, Manchester, Cheshire and Tameside.
All work is carried out to the highest standards, and at very competitive prices. Our staff are fully qualified to RSPH (Level 2) Award in Pest Management and can carry out a survey and provide a detailed report, itemising our findings, recommendations and the cost of providing this service.