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Duval County Animal Control - Wildlife Removal

Wildlife Removal Services, Jax: Our company is owned and operated by Andrew and Austin, two friends and wildlife specialists living in Duval County Florida. We specialize in the humane removal of unwanted wildlife from homes and property. We are fully licensed and insured in the state of Florida, and we service the greater Duval County area, including all of Duval County and Saint John's County, south to St. Augustine, north to Fernandia beach. We are available 24/7, and we take great pride in our work. We are true professionals and wildlife experts, and provide far more effective and affordable service than the undereducated employees of larger chains. Some of the primary services that we offer include:
  • Animal Capture and Removal
  • Preventative Treatments & Repairs
  • Dead Animal Removal & Deodorization
  • Attic Cleanup and Decontamination
  • Home and Building Inspections
  • Emergency 24 Hour 7 Day Service
  • Fully Florida Licensed & Insured
  • Residential & Commercial Service
Give us a call any time to discuss your critter problem, and we will give you a price quote over the phone and set an appointment, usually same-day or next-day. We look forward to hearing from you!
 

If you have any of the above problems or any other conflict or concern with Florida wildlife, give us a call at 904-414-4873. We are happy to listen to your problem, give you a price quote for a solution, and schedule an appointment for same or next-day service. We operate in the greater Jacksonville area, and all of Duval and St. Johns Counties, from Saint Augustine, to Palm Valley, Orange Park, Neptune Beach, Nassauville, and more. We handle squirrels, snakes, rats, raccoons, bats, armadillos, and any nuisance wildlife critters. You can email Wildlife Removal Services, Jax at: jaxwildlife@yahoo.com.

One of our customer cases:

I don't think this one is a bonafide pest, but here is what has been happening, here in South Jacksonville:

We have a pool that we cover when it is cold, like the last 2 weeks. I had seen the 'coon in our pool vicinity, but in the mornings I would discover that the cover corner that we held in place on the deck with bricks had been pushed in, presumably so the coon could get a drink. BUT, we also have a submerged pool thermometer at that place on the end of a string that is attached to the deck. I would find that thermometer pulled ALL the way out of the pool and put up on the deck! That can only be done deliberately. No doubt the coon wants to check the pool temps?

Today I removed the cover as it has warmed up. But I kept the underwater pool lights on, and at about 9:30 pm looked out and saw that our coon was at the edge of the deck, poking at the pool hose that attaches the Navigator (that skims the bottom) to the pool side, but also floats on the top and in this case, up to the side of the deck. When it looked like he (or she) was going to try to pool the hose out, I made my presence known, and the coon scooted up our large oak tree which is its refuge when I shout at it. So why did it want to pull the hose out? Is it just curiosity? Is there any reason to be concerned about it hanging around so much? (We don't put out food, it does not raid our "take it to the curb Jax" black box, and I doubt it is rabid as it always runs away when I come out.)

In this case we were able to simply trap and relocate the nuisance raccoon quickly and safely.