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Brandon Thorsell is an exceptionally experienced professional in the field of wildlife control, currently serving as the District Manager at Critter Control in Toronto and the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). A lifetime of exposure to wildlife control has fortified his unparalleled expertise in the field.

After successfully completing his university education in 2008, Brandon consciously chose to dedicate his career to the wildlife control industry. He joined his family's Critter Control franchise, established in 1990, and began accruing invaluable hands-on experience. His academic background, coupled with his practical experience, has endowed him with a comprehensive understanding of the complexities and challenges involved in wildlife control.

Having recently become a part of Rollins, INC., Brandon is excited about the continuous growth and evolution of the industry. With the emergence of new markets and the introduction of innovative techniques and technology, he eagerly embraces the opportunities to enhance his expertise further and deliver exceptional services to his clients.

Beyond his professional pursuits, Brandon is a family man who cherishes quality time with his loved ones. They often retreat to their cottage located in the northern regions, where they engage in various outdoor activities. Whether it's fishing, swimming, or gathering around a campfire, Brandon and his family fully immerse themselves in the beauty and serenity of nature.

Brandon Thorsell's extensive background, rooted in a lifetime of wildlife control experience and complemented by his academic achievements, has equipped him with an exceptional level of expertise. As the District Manager of Critter Control, he is a significant contributor to the industry's continuous growth and evolution, ensuring that the wildlife control needs of Toronto and the GTA are met with the highest standards of professionalism and efficacy.

Raccoons in the Winter

Raccoons have thick coats, nimble hands, and clever minds. They are resourceful and quickly adapt to all styles of living, including in urban areas. They must prepare for seasonal changes, especially in winter when it is not easy to scavenge for food. While some animals prepare to hibernate for the winter, raccoons prepare for torpor, …

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Squirrel Nest Removal

Squirrels typically enter a home for a safe place with easy access to food, shelter, and water. Your attic and chimney share similar qualities to an ideal squirrel nest location. They are above the ground and secure from predators and the weather. Squirrel nests (drey) are effective in keeping squirrels and their offspring warm and …

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How to Keep Raccoons Away

Raccoons in your house or on your property can cause significant damage. It is much easier to keep raccoons away instead of trying to get rid of them. A raccoon’s natural habitat is woodland areas near water sources such as streams, marshes, and rivers. Wild raccoons typically nest in tree cavities, rock crevices, underground burrows, …

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Squirrel Nest in Your Home

Squirrel nests (drey) are effective in keeping squirrels and their offspring warm and dry. One problem with a squirrel infestation is when a mother squirrel builds a nest in your house. What Do Squirrel Nests Look Like?  A squirrel’s nest looks like a large clump of twigs and leaves. The interior is hollow and measures eight …

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Animals in Attic

Attics make great nesting options for many unwanted critters because they are warm and undisturbed by people. Most often these pests seek shelter in attics to survive harsh weather during winter or raise young during the spring. The most common animals that live in an attic are raccoons, squirrels, bats, mice, and rats. Why is …

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