Boca Raton Squirrel Control & Removal
|Squirrels in the Attic: This is one of the most common complaints in all of nuisance wildlife control across the country, Boca Raton included. If you hear scurrying and scampering and the pitter-patter of little feet above your head, particularly in the morning and early evening, then you've got squirrels in the attic. This usually happens twice a year - in late summer, and late winter. This is because the Eastern Gray Squirrel has two litters of young per year, at these times. The mother squirrel chews her way into your eaves or attic, and raises the young there. Many people don't even notice when it's just momma
squirrel. But when the babies grow up and start running all over the place, making a real racket, that's when you know that it's time for them to go! They pose a risk to your home, because like all rodents, they chew, often on electrical wires, which poses a fire hazard.
We remove all of the squirrels from the attic. We perform a full home inspection and find out how the squirrels get in and out. We seal off all of the area, with steel, so they can't chew back in, and we set special traps right on the entry / exit hole and catch every squirrel. We relocate them far away, and we seal up the last hole. We also clean the attic afterward, because once you've got squirrel scent in your attic, new ones will try to chew their way in.
Give Wildlife Removal Services a call any time at 561-826-6475 to discuss your wildlife problem. I take great pride in my work, and I do the job right, start to finish. I service the greater Fort Lauderdale and Boca
Raton area, including all of Broward and much of Palm Beach Counties, including Oakland Park, Pompano Beach, Deerfield Beach, Coral Springs, Delray Beach, Boynton Beach, and more.
We handle squirrels, snakes, rats,
raccoons, bats, armadillos, and any nuisance wildlife critters.
You can email Wildlife Removal Services owner Wildlife Pros Inc. at: email removed, sorry.
One of our customer cases:
I was away for a few days and hid some of my jewelry in the attic.
I have done similar things all my life, not wanting to keep it out in the open.
From now on of course i will never do this again.
This is the first time everything was gone.
At first i assumed it was rats, but also wondering about squirrels, because we have many around, and because they are so good at carrying things around.
When looking around in the attic i saw no life what so ever.
Now wondering they may only have entered to take my things to take to where they live.
Is there any chance i could find my things, and where should i try to look for them.
It is high volume jewelry.
Anna- So you are telling me that you hid jewelry in an attic, and you
believe that rats or squirrels might have carried it away. I'm sorry, but I
know nothing about that. I think the only rat that does that is the Pack
Rat, and I know nothing about Pack Rats, except that they like to collect
shiny things and store them in their nest. I have no idea where the nest
might be. Maybe sweep your attic with a metal detector? If it's really the
high volume jewelry you say it is, a metal detector might find it. - Wildlife Pros Inc.
My wife and I have an intensive interest in our gardens. We have tried to introduce various wild life into these gardens for added interest. We have attempted ducks and quail; however, much to our frustration the local raccoons are an irrepressible threat to these gentler critters. A couple of years ago I realized the one interesting animal we have in abundance is squirrels!! The surrounding woodlands are of various species of oak and hickory plus the occasional black walnut. It is a squirrel’s paradise. A little research lead to the discovery that there are more than just the common grey squirrels and fox squirrels. There are white and black color variants of the fox squirrel. Some cities prize their populations and have regulations protecting them, but I know of some populations outside of protected areas. The problem I can’t seem to solve, is finding a reputable live trapper within a reasonable distance of
Fort Lauderdale. There are known populations of both white and black squirrels within 300 miles of
Miai. Would you have any recommendations? I have attached a couple of photos of our ‘squirrel paradise’ just for purposes of authenticating our interest.
- We removed a mother squirrel and 4 juveniles from her attic.