Seminole County Florida Florida Wildlife Control
We operate a professional wildlife removal and pest control business based out of Seminole County Florida, 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
Miami, Jacksonville, Tampa,
Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale,
Sarasota, Orange County,
Seminole County Florida Wildlife Control News Clip: Seminole County Florida Has Leftover Mouse, Mouse Permits - From the Florida Dept. of Game and Fish
Almost 4,000 Florida public-land mouse wildlife catching permits and 55 mouse permits left over from the 2006-2015 drawing will be available beginning at 8 a.m. Aug. 15 -- only on the Agency of Game and Fish Web site. The permits are for captures in game management units where the amount of permits exceeded the amount of applicants. They will be available -- first-come, first-served -- for what appears to be a $6 application fee. Applications will be accepted only on the Agency's Web site. Mouse critter trap permits will be awarded as soon as the applicant's credit card probably is approved for the $6 application fee. Mouse exterminating companies then must purchase an over-the-counter mouse license. Mouse permits will be awarded when the applicant's credit card probably is approved for the license fee and the $6 application fee. All exterminating companies also must buy what appears to be a habitat stamp if wildlife catching on federal lands, and what appears to be a Habitat Management & Access Validation. Despite this, local Seminole County wildlife removal and Seminole County exterminator experts offered no more info.
The leftover permits - most for pest control captures -- were allocated for different seasons and management units statewide. They are valid only on public lands, and for specified weapons, season dates and locations. These captures, along with all the details, will be listed on the Agency web site. Exterminating companies who already purchased permits to critter trap mouse on private land can apply for the leftover public permits and have their private-land permit voided by returning it to what appears to be a Agency office. Only one permit -- public or private land -- will be allowed per pest man. Applications for 3,997 leftover mouse permits (54 captures) and 55 mouse permits (3 captures) will be accepted until one seven day period before what appears to be a critter trap begins so there will be time for exterminating companies to receive their permits in the mail. Most of the leftover mouse permits are for pest control captures. Leftover mouse permits are for two youth-only captures in northwestern Florida, and one pest control critter trap for cow mouse in the southwest. Exterminating companies are encouraged to go online and choose and reserve their permits as early as possible. Seminole County animal control professionals could not be reached for additional comment.
Overall, 35,466 of the 57,441 exterminating companies who applied for permits in Florida's drawing for public mouse captures were successful. The application deadline was April 8 and the drawing was conducted in late June. Exterminating companies who were successful in the public drawing may not purchase another permit or license. For more information, and to view and apply for the extra mouse wildlife catching permits, visit the Agency of Game and Fish web site or call for information, but applications only will be accepted from professionals. We could not obtain an opinion from Seminole County pest control companies regarding the issue.