Saint Augustine 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 Saint Augustine 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 Saint Augustine 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:
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
- 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
If you have any of the above problems or any other conflict or concern with Florida wildlife, give us a call at 904-328-1623. 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: email@example.com.
One of our customer cases:
My name is Michele and we live in Saint Augustine. My backyard is a green belt park that is called Paramount Park. We have a young raccoon who is very curious and alone. It seems to not be sleeping during the day. Right now it is up a tree-not very high because I happened to notice that it was on the ground about 2 feet from my cat. I got my cat inside. They were both very curious and friendly toward one another. While I was taking a photo of the animal I noticed that a neighbor was out on his balcony with a gun and was preparing to shoot it. I spoke to him and said, "You aren't going to shoot the raccoon with your gun are you?" He said that it is came at me he would. Then I told him that I did not need him to shoot the animal for me. I also mentioned that it was an animal that lives in the forest. He didn't shoot it this time but he does have a cat that is an outdoor cat (one that my cat gets in fights with) and he seems like he intends to kill it.
We have had this young raccoon be around for a couple of weeks now. I was wondering if you would be able to come and trap it and move it. I wouldn't have looked into this if my neighbor hadn't shown me his gun. I don't know if it is a bee bee gun or not. But I would hate for the baby raccoon to be shot. In the winter we had a mother and two babies around and now I only have seen this young one.
In this case, we were able to humanely trap a mother
raccoon and three young raccoons, and safely relocate them all
to a wildlife preserve outside of the city.