In many cases, a professional will suggest a multi-pronged approach. They will typically draw up a plan that can help you remove any dead creature from an area in your backyard and prevent additional animals from moving in there in the future. A dead animal will often be removed very carefully in order to help the person avoid potentially contagious diseases that may result from handing an animal corpse. Then the specialist will work with you to figure out a plan of action. This plan may include the use of natural sprays that wild animals tend to dislike. It may also include the use of other items such as fencing. A good fence can help keep out wildlife and protect people at the same time. Many fences can be easily set up in a single day and offer both privacy and protection at the same time. A high fence can serve as a deterrent for a fox, prevent bunnies from getting into your spinach and help tell bears that they are going to need to look elsewhere for a tree to climb.