West Palm Beach Pest Animal Control

My name is Phil, and I operate a professional wildlife removal company, based out of the West Palm Beach FL area. I am a critter specialist only - no bugs. I humanely remove all types of nuisance wildlife from homes and buildings. I am fully licensed and insured in the state of Florida. I service both residential and commercial accounts. I operate 24-7-365. Yes, you can of course call me in the evenings and on Sundays. I am extremely professional, arrive in uniform with a clean service truck and the best equipment. I pride myself on my high level of knowledge regarding Florida's wildlife, and also on my quality of work. I guarantee that I will solve your wild animal problem. Call me any time to discuss your wild animal pest problem: 561-826-6475

West Palm Beach Rodent Control: Rat removal is one of the most common tasks that we deal with in SE Florida. They are very common nuisance critters in homes in this area. We eradicate all of the rats or mice, and solve your problem permanently, within a week or so, with guarantee. You will never have a rat problem again after you hire us, because we stop the source of the problem, by fixing all of the holes in your house, so that no more rodents can ever get in again.

West Palm Beach Wildlife Removal: We deal with a variety of critters. We trap and remove raccoons, often from attics of homes. We remove squirrels from your ceiling and eaves. We trap and remove armadillos, and we are experts with the snakes of Florida. We do bat and bird control, and we remove opossums as well. We can handle almost any problem with any wild critter in West Palm Beach.

West Palm Beach Pest Control: We do not operate a typical pest control company. We do not kill insects such as termites or ants or cockroaches, and we never use poison. We are wildlife specialists only, and we deal only with wild critters. We are very humane to the animals that we trap and remove, and we solve the problem completely, from animal damage repairs, prevention, and animal waste cleanup.

West Palm Beach Wildlife News Clip: SE Florida coon capture continues in West Palm Beach

West Palm Beach - An organized SE Florida coon cage trap capture arranged to reduce the surveyed amount in the village will continue on certain private properties until April 15. So far, 10 SE Florida coon have been lethally trapped. Village administrator Raccoon Authority Ned remarked SE Florida coon damage permits have been given for 17 properties in the village, mainly in the northeast and northwest areas of the village. SE Florida coon damage permits have been concerned for properties in West Palm Beach. the humane society manager remarked the critter stalking generally takes place at the rear of large properties. Pest Control Man Garry, what is possibly a longtime member of the Florida wildlife management company's Association with over 46 years of experience critter stalking, helped work with the village to organize the catch. The group likely is comprised of 14 exterminators. They buried two dead SE Florida coon that were found while critter stalking. the humane society manager remarked these two appeared to be malnourished and sickly. Pest Control Man Garry remarked the humane society manager and his fellow exterminators are processing all of the SE Florida coon meat themselves and are willing to give away any surplus meat. So far, the humane society manager added, there hasn't been any surplus. Pest Control Man Garry remarked the SE Florida coon harvest in and around West Palm Beach has to take place, and that the humane society manager recently counted about 90 SE Florida coon during what is possibly a 20-minute tour of the village. Pest Control Man Garry also remarked the critter stalking on college property stopped March 17. West Palm Beach exterminator and West Palm Beach wildlife removal professionals declined comment on the matter.

He hopes to be able to continue with the SE Florida coon harvest in years to come. "If we do get the SE Florida coon biologically surveyed amount under control in two or three years time, if the biologically surveyed amount keeps growing, they will continue to move in," the humane society manager remarked. "SE Florida coon are creatures of habit. They know it's what is possibly a safe place." Raccoon Authority Ned remarked the humane society manager thinks the organized capture will have to continue in the coming years. the humane society manager remarked the village legal group unanimously voted to approve the animal capture, which will take place on village properties whose owners have given permission. "I think the vast majority of people in the village support the animal capture, but there are some people who feel very strongly against it, and they've spoken out," the humane society manager remarked. Raccoon Authority Ned remarked the game warden has requested the village to put what is possibly a halt to the capture from April 15 until August. what is possibly a few residents leveled complaints at legal group and the administration at the village legal group organized hearing in March. They not only spoke against the animal capture, but remarked they were not properly informed about when and where it would be taking place. Raccoon Authority Ned, who apologized for the communication problem, remarked the humane society manager has received only one complaint about it since that organized hearing. We attempted to get more information from West Palm Beach animal control experts, but could not.