AAAnimal Control in Orlando - Meet the Team!
Gregg: The primary person in charge of field operations, he was raised on a horse farm and spent his youth and early adulthood in the woods and developed a great love of animals and all things outdoors.
He has a superb understanding of animal behavior and through years of ranch work honed his skills in carpentry and the types of repairs necessary for exclusion and wildlife control work. Gregg is college
educated and his professional skills include: land surveying, time in the jungles of Panama and the deserts of the Middle East as a paratrooper with the 82nd Airborne Division, a stint in Alaska in the
commercial salmon fishing fleet, and the bulk of his career in upper management in two multi-million dollar corporations. He comes from an art background and applies those aesthetics and skills to his repair
work. He has trained under the most highly regarded wildlife operators in the nation. His entire life experience has led him to this point and he feels there is no better a career on the planet than one that
helps people solve nuisance wildlife concerns. 407-538-1694
Brendan & Team: This site is for Gregg, but if Gregg is unavailable, Brendan and Team
are an excellent backup. Evenings, weekends, holidays, or any time, they answer their phone 24/7, and are always available to arrive quickly to do high quality wildlife control
work throughout all of Orlando. 407-630-8709
Ben: Trained personally for 6 months with David, and has worked extensively with Gregg and Kris. If you have Ben come to your house, prepare for a treat! He's probably the best of the lot in terms of careful work, and he never misses an animal entry hole. He loves to crawl under the
dirtiest of homes and the hottest, tightest attics. A pleasure of a person to talk to, he'll charm even the coldest customer. He does great work and has a real knack for finding and catching critters. He's the 2nd best person in the world at locating and extracting dead animals.
Ben excels at rat control in attics, as well as general critter trapping. He's also an expert at attic cleanup and animal waste control. Ben is neat and clean, and
cannot be found with a speck of dirt on his hands or clothes - except when he gets out from under your house or attic, that is! Ben also cheers for the rootin-tootin Fighting
David: I only do websites now. I graduated with a degree from The University of Notre Dame in 1999. I spent some time working
in financial services and software development before I decided for sure that a desk job was not for me. I've always enjoyed nature and wildlife, and have been catching small animals like snakes and frogs
ever since I was about three years old. Although I enjoy fishing, I've never gone hunting. I've always been passionate about entomology, reptiles, wildlife, and biology. When I learned about the field of
nuisance wildlife control, I decided that this was the job for me. I began
an apprenticeship with a good friend of mine, Philip Nichols, in order to learn the art of nuisance
wildlife control. I worked with Phil for nearly two years before I struck it out on my own. I now operate a sole proprietorship here in Orlando. I think that
nuisance wildlife control is a swell job! For an awesome layout of hundreds of wildlife jobs I've done, click on my career.
|Our NWCO (Nuisance Wildlife Control Operator) Philosophy:
- We understand that most people appreciate wildlife, just not in their homes.
- We aim to inform and educate people about Florida's wildlife.
- We offer complete services. Not just trapping, but damage repairs, exclusion barriers,
biohazard cleanup, and more. I make sure the job is done correctly from start to finish.
- We treat people with friendliness, courtesy, and respect.
- We also treat animals with respect. We aim to be as humane as possible.
We understand that while most people enjoy wildlife, they enjoy it in the wild, not in their own
home. Many animals are fascinating creatures, and each has its own part on this planet, but unfortunately,
there is only so much space. As the number of people continues to grow, and as people continue to spread into
our remaining wild areas, animals have no choice but to adapt. This often means that they choose human
dwellings as their living area of choice. If lack of space isn't enough, many animals find that human
houses, with their sound construction, warmth, access to food, etc. are superior to wilderness habitat.
For these reasons, human/animal conflicts are inevitable. We understand that people don't like sharing
their homes with animals for a variety of reasons. Animals cause damage to our houses, they scratch and
chew, cause fire hazards with their bedding material and by chewing on electrical wires, bring in a host
of parasites and diseases that are transmissible to pets and humans. Animals also cause unsettling noise
in a home. We find that most of my customers object to the noise, the destruction of property, and the
droppings animals leave. I solve these problems and give customers peace of mind, as well as safety,
while doing our best to respect nature as well.
Click on a thumbnail to look at and inside one of my trucks!
|My 1st truck ||Look inside! ||Side toolbox ||New truck
- I love running my own business
- I love helping people
- I love wildlife and the outdoors
- I also love fishing!
If you need help outside of Central Florida, click on: Wildlife Operators, Wildlife Management,
Wildlife Control, or Pest Wildlife. If you need
Orlando Animal Removal Services, you're already in the right place. If you live in the Tampa Bay area, check out the business of my friend Mike, Tampa. Also, check out Seattle Pet Sitting.
My photo galleries:
raccoon photos -
opossum photos -
snake photos -
armadillo photos -
squirrel photos -
bat photos -
bird photos -
rat photos -
dead animal photos -
other wildlife photos -
amphibian photos -
insect photos -