Orlando, Tampa, Jacksonville Wildlife
| We operate a professional wildlife removal and pest control business based out of Orlando FL. We offer the following services: |
We can solve any problem/conflict with wild animals. We not only trap critters, we offer a full line of complete solutions for wildlife problems.
- Humane wildlife trapping
- Repairs to animal damage
- Complete wildlife prevention
- Attic and animal waste cleanup
- Removal of dead animal carcasses
- Bat control and bird removal
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| Our company was founded in 2001 with the goal to offer the best in nuisance wildlife control services for the state of Florida. We are based in Orlando Florida in Orange County, but have branches in Jacksonville, Tampa, West Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Miami, Jacksonville, and more. We will travel to virtually any part of the state for large projects such as bat colony removal. We are dedicated to quality customer service and complete professional solutions. We believe in treating animals humanely, people fairly, and getting the job done right the first time. |
| || || At Florida Wildlife Control we strive for total excellence in every facet of our operations. We answer our phones 24/7, arrive on time and in uniform, and guarantee our work. |
- Operating throughout Florida
- Fully licensed and insured
- 24/7 emergency service
- Residential and commercial
- Competitive pricing
- Credit cards accepted
- Written guarantee on work
We specialize in all of Florida's wildlife and rodents. Our goal is to provide a permanent solution to your problem. If you have critters living in your attic, we don't just trap them and call it a job. We solve the root of the problem, by identifying all of the open entry points leading into your house. We seal these shut permanently - we pride ourselves on our repair work, and we offer a full guarantee. The job is not complete, and is often pointless, if the openings are not sealed shut. After we've completely critter-proofed the house and removed all of the invasive wildlife and/or rodents, we clean up the mess that they've left behind. Our attic decontamination and deodorizing services are very thorough, and an important part of a complete wildlife solution. We offer services in the above mentioned cities of Orlando, Tampa, Jacksonville, Fort Lauderdale, Miami, and we now have Boca
Raton Animal Control, Fort
Lauderdale Animal Control, and Jacksonville
Pest Animal Control branches as well. Give us a call in your area to talk to one of our wildlife experts.
Florida Wildlife Removal tip of the month: How to Get Rid of Skunks
Skunks are generally creatures that wonít cause you any harm, but itís not the best idea to get anywhere close to them. If you get close to a Florida skunk, the chances are high that a skunk will release an awful gas that can irritate your eyes and make you vomit in some instances. If you approach a skunk, the chances are also high that it could bite you and you may get infected with rabies. Skunks are omnivorous animals that can even live off on human droppings. These animals often invade peopleís residences and can be a real nuisance once they invade a property. In this article, we will teach you how you can get rid of skunks effectively.
Removing Food Sources
Remove natural food sources such as nuts and berries from your yard to prevent skunks from invading your yard. If there are trees in your yard that give crabapples, berries, nuts, and other types of fruit, you should clean them by raking up your yard every week. If you have piles of grass clippings in your Florida garden, you should also get rid of such vegetation because it is inviting for skunks. If you have a garden as a part of your property, you should harvest ripe veggies and fruits immediately when they are ready for that because a skunk may feast on them. If you have a bird feeder on your property, put a tray underneath it that will catch seeds that fall from it.
Protect Your Trash Cans
Skunks are pretty similar to raccoons because they, just as raccoons, love to forage through trash cans. Skunks are even capable of surviving on the food they find in garbage cans. Now, if you donít want skunks to invade your trash cans, you should protect your trash cans somehow. Regular garbage cans wonít protect themselves from Florida skunks. You will need to purchase new, skunk-proof garbage cans to protect your property from skunk invaders. We recommend you buy garbage cans which you can lock. These garbage cans arenít expensive and they will save your property from skunks. We also highly recommend you to store your trash cans in closed areas, such as a garage or a shed.
Skunk Hiding Places
Skunks enjoy making homes under porches and sheds. Now, if you donít want a skunk to live under your porch or shed, you will need to close off those spaces. We recommend you close off those areas with things such as plywood, rocks, or with fencing. If you have a bunch of log piles in your yard, you should know that skunks may use them as shelters. You will need to store your log piles in a secluded area to prevent skunks from using them as a shelter. Another thing you probably have in your yard that is inviting to skunks is large bushes. You should trim such large bushes because skunks also love to make a shelter out of them.
Skunks are the animals of the night, but they dislike bright lights. You can take this fact to your advantage always and install bright light sources in your yard that will chase away the skunks and other wild Florida animals. If you donít want to set up bright lights in your yard, then you can set up some motion sensors that will scare the skunks away from your yard. However, we still recommend you to set up bright light sources in your yard since they are more effective and skunks wonít get used to them. Still, the decision is on you.
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