Choose Animal
Raccoons
Squirrels
Opossum
Armadillos
Rats
Mice
Moles
Groundhog
Skunks
Beaver
Fox
Coyote
Ferals
Birds
Bats
Snakes
Others
Dead
A Nationwide Directory Of Nuisance Wildlife Control Professionals

CLICK YOUR HOME STATE ON MAP

Montana New Mexico Utah Kansas Wyoming Colorado Nevada Arizona Oklahoma Texas North Dakota Oregon Idaho Washington Nebraska Alabama South Dakota Illinois Arkansas Ohio Tennessee Mississippi Maine Louisiana Florida Iowa Georgia Missouri Minnesota Indiana Wisconsin Michigan Pennsylvania New York Hawaii Hawaii Hawaii Hawaii Hawaii South Carolina Vermont Kentucky North Carolina West Virginia New Jersey Rhode-Island Connecticut Massacchusetts New Hampshire Delaware Virginia Maryland Washington DC Maryland Delaware New Jersey Connecticut Rhode Is Massacchusetts New Hampshire Vermont Michigan California California


This directory updated monthly, current as of 2014


This site lists a nationwide directory of professional wildlife trappers. It contains a comprehensive listing, by state and city, of experts in the field of nuisance wildlife control, also known as animal damage control. The professionals listed here represent both sole proprietorships and larger companies, but all are specialists in wildlife control solutions. This is a special list of unique people who provide a very unique service. These are not regular poison-spraying pest control companies, nor are they part-time fur trappers. Each company listed here represents professionals who work strictly within the field of wildlife control. Please click on your state to find a full-service professional in your home town.

© 2014 Wildlife-Removal.com - site content, photos, & maintenance by Wildlife Removal Animal Control, all rights reserved.
Some of the common types of scenarios covered by the professionals listed on this site include: Raccoon removal from attics and property - removal of opossums, skunks, armadillos, groundhogs, and other animals from under sheds or decks and other areas of property - squirrel removal from attics and soffits of houses - rodent, rat and mouse removal inside buildings and homes - bat control and removal of colonies of bats from attics - bird and pigeon control - snake removal and prevention - mole trapping and control - dead animal removal in homes and on property - wildlife damage repairs - home inspections and critter prevention services - attic cleanup and wildlife waste removal. Please check out my most popular wildlife removal articles below:

- Animal In The Attic - How to Get Animals Out of the Attic
- How to Get Squirrels Out of the Attic
- How to Get Raccoons Out of the Attic
- How to Get Rid of Raccoons in the House, Yard, Tree, Roof
- Rats In The Attic - How to Get Rats Out of the Attic
- Bats In The Attic - How to Get Bats Out of the Attic
- Opossum In The Attic - How to Get Possums Out of the Attic
- Attic Restoration
- Bat Exclusion From Roof and How to Catch a Bat
- Squirrel Trapping using a One Way Door
- Noises in the Attic at Night and Bad Smell in House from Animal
- How to Trap a Rat humanely, and How to Kill a Rat
- Mouse removal and How to Get Rid of Mice in the Attic
- How to Trap an Armadillo guide, and info on Armadillo Repellent
For a complete list of all my articles, see my site map.

Most recent featured article: How to get rid of frogs in the pool - In short, you can simply use the pool skimmer to scoop them out, and then let them go in the yard. If you have a screened-in pool area, but are still getting frogs, that means you have openings in the screen or under the doors, and you need to seal those areas shut. In the wild, frogs are generally considered unobtrusive. They are small animals and provide a desirable food source for many other creatures in nature. Because of their permeable skin, frogs must remain moist at all times. It is this need for hydration that sometimes causes them to become nuisance animals. Any homeowner with a private or decorative pond can tell you that they have probably had a frog in it at least once. Because these manicured water bodies lack the natural predators of the wild, frogs can move in and quickly over populate the available space. The frogs aren’t necessarily unpleasant in and of themselves, but their loud chorus at dusk can be an annoyance. If your pond happens to coincide with a garden, frogs have been known to dig into root sections and damage plants. Frogs don’t eat garden plants, this is something to keep in mind, but they do like the cool-moisture rich environment provided by a well maintained flower bed. Because they are handicapped on land, frogs frequently fall victim to lawnmowers and other maintenance tools. This can make for a very unpleasant aftermath and cleanup. read more.

Wildlife Directory    Contact Web Site Manager: info@wildlife-removal.com      Residential & Commercial      Licensed & Insured