Palm Beach Animal Control - Wildlife Removal
|Wildlife Removal Services: Our company is owned and operated by
Patrick, a wildlife specialist living
in Palm Beach 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 Palm Beach area, including all of Broward County and Miami, north to West Palm 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 904-415-5209. 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 Boca Raton area, and all of Broward and St. Johns Counties, from Palm Beach, 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 owner Patrick at: email@example.com.
Some of our customer cases:
Hi David, great website. I have a possum (probably family) living in a corner of my garage, hidden behind a few items. I have seen the backside of the mama waddling in there and once about three months ago I saw a little one that I mistook at the time for a rat. They aren't bothering me at the moment, it being winter, but it is getting a little smelly in that corner. Will they ever relocate on their own? I think we've always had possum around, maybe under the porch. We live in the city of Boston in a large area of parks. They may be enjoying my compost heap which is quite close to their garage corner, though I have not seen any signs of it being disturbed. I think if I call a trapper I'll get them out of the garage, but others will always be around, so maybe there's no point? Thanks for advice....Anne
Hi. David. Thank you for your informative article. We purchased a fairly new chalet in the Adirondacks of NY about 2 years ago. I thought I heard fluttering over the roof last year and thought it may have been from a bird's nest on the roof. Then this summer we heard gnawing and saw a red squirrel run down our screen. We blocked an opening we noted in a soffit vent but continued to hear noise. The attic revealed droppings resembling mice droppings so we put some traps out and to our astonishment trapped 2 red squirrels. Our neighbor has continued to place traps for us in our absence and we have had a contractor to inspect for openings etc which he possibly has found, together with a nest in the attic. Bottom line is 3 more were caught and our neighbor questions whether the peanut butter in the traps might not in fact be sending out invitations to squirrels outside the house to come for dinner! So, my question is can an outside squirrel in fact detect such odors from the attic and, if so, what can we then use to trap any remaining squirrels in the attic before trying to get it sealed up so no more get in. There is no close wildlife removal service and a neighbor got charged over a $1,000 this past summer to get one to come in for just possibly a bothersome mouse in the attic ( noise only at night )! Thanks for any help you can provide.
hello david- im enjoying your web site- very informative on the services u have an good sense of humor i see! im aware your services r not free, i live on other cst. port richey fl. my home sits on a canal leading to the gulf. im just curious about if its possible that our wild snakes can inner breed with each other?? i am good at guessing the species of snakes an once owned a boa constricter.i have been chased on my lawn mower by many a racers> (what a site to see a female running from a snake- i almost crashed the lawn mower!!) we found this lil guy curled up on my palm tree bush outside the front door. his tail is square as if hes trying to grow a button-he molted 1st mo we had it- he doesn't look like the rat snake or the corn snake pics u have on your photo gallery. that's y im curious to know if its possible for a snake of 2 species to breed an hatch new baby's..so far we fed it a pinky mouse an a few lizards an a frog. funny to watch it chase lizards, as the lil ones out smart it everytime, hes on top of the branch in aquarium an lizard is hanging upside down. my boy friend thinks its a baby rattler/mixed with a boa constricter as i see no fangs y its mouth is open. please answer if u can ASAP as its in my house an im not too happy about that but i dont want to see it freeze since temps r dropping fast. yet on other hand i have nitemares this thing will get out an be wrapped around the sink in bathroom!! he has diamonds on its back-ive seen many a corn snake an this cant be one ! yet becuz of having 3 types rattlers around my house an water hose is there fave place to lay-we just found a southwestern diamond bk next to the hose. i about had a heart attack right there.didnt want to kill it however had no choice.it was coming at me in aggressive manner an i couldn't get away, so boyfriend pinned its head to the concrete too hard. he was very upset but it was me or the snake!! an easier to get rid of 1 snake than find another girlfriend...can u plz. help me with identifying this snake?? we also have lots of racers in yard (12 palm trees) an water moccasins too. that's y i think its possible to breed 2 kinds of snakes a si seen a tv news clip about a snake breeder doing the same thing with the pythons .. tyvm for the great pics on the photo gallery- be safe !! sincerely, denise in port richey fl. or call me anytime ask for tom or myself thx again. P.S.S if u look closely it has diamond shapes on very top close to the head- i seen a pic of the rat snake u trapped in the attic on 5-25-05 does look a lot like this however, y is the tail so square?? im enclosing differnent pics of the snake in my attached letter - thx again, david happy hunting!!
Denise - It's definitely a Yellow Rat Snake, but maybe it has some strange genetic variant. Snakes can sometimes have strange color patterns. But overall, I am not an expert herpetologist. You could send your photos to some snake breeders, and they might have a better answer for you. - David