We are professional nuisance wildlife control operators, and we solve problems between people and wild animals. My name is David, author of this website, and I am dedicated
to eduating the public about conflict wildlife issues, and providing practical and humane solutions. I operate in Orlando FL,
and in 2005 started training other professional wildlife control companies throughout the US. Now we service pretty much every town and city in the country!
If you want to hire a pro in your town, please click on my map of the USA to find someone in your area. Or if
you have a question about wildlife removal, write me an email and I will answer.
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 America's wildlife.
- We offer complete solutions. Not just trapping, but damage repairs, exclusion barriers,
biohazard cleanup, and more. We make sure the job is done correctly from start to finish.
- We take great pride in our work in order to ensure that it is done correctly the first time.
- We treat people with friendliness, courtesy, and respect.
- We also treat animals with respect. We aim to be as humane as possible.
I've also written the below guides, so that you are well-informed regarding your wildlife problem:
How To Guide: do it yourself!
- Advice on saving money by doing wildlife removal yourself.
How To Guide: Who should I hire?
- What questions to ask, what to look for, who NOT to hire.
Guide: How much does wildlife removal cost?
- Analysis of the wildlife control business, & prices.
Need wildlife removal in your hometown? Click here to hire us in your town and check prices - updated for year 2020
We service over 500 USA locations!
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. We solve these problems and give customers peace of mind, as well as safety,
while doing our best to respect nature as well.
Click for my wildlife removal photo gallery.
Over 300 photographs of various wildlife trapping and removal jobs I've done.
Click here for my wildlife removal journal blog.!
We aim to educate the public about wildlife issues. Here are some of our most popular topics:
How to Get Rid of Raccoons
How to Get Rid of Squirrels
How to Get Rid of Opossum
How to Get Rid of Skunks
How to Get Rid of Rats
How to Get Rid of Mice
How to Get Rid of Moles
How to Get Rid of Groundhogs
How to Get Rid of Armadillos
How to Get Rid of Beaver
How to Get Rid of Fox
How to Get Rid of Coyotes
How to Get Rid of Birds
How to Get Rid of Bats
How to Get Rid of Snakes
How to Find & Remove Dead Animals
Animals in the attic
Noises in the attic
Rats in the attic
Rats in the walls
Mice in the walls
Squirrels in the attic
Raccoons in the attic
Animals in the chimney
How to get bats out of your attic
Here are some of the larger cities we service:
Over 350 examples, with photos, of specific wildlife control jobs I've done.
- Los Angeles
- Oakland CA
- San Diego
- San Francisco
- San Jose
- Colorado Springs
- Cape Coral
- Cape Coral
- Coral Springs
- Fort Lauderdale
- Fort Myers
- Jacksonville FL
- West Palm Beach
- Chicago North
- Kansas City
- New Orleans
- Greater Lansing
- St. Paul
- Kansas City-MO
- St. Louis
- Nassau County
- New York City
- Suffolk County
- Winston Salem
- Oklahoma City
- Fort Worth
- San Antonio
- Salt Lake City
- Virginia Beach
- Washington DC
Here's a nice email a reader sent to me:
I just wanted to share with you how truly grateful I am that there are animal control people like you out there. We need more people who truly respect and understand how wildlife think and understand how important
it is to educate the public on their misconceptions! I found your website/blog while searching the internet for photos of venomous snakes (for work) and saw your photo with the coral snake on your nose. I responded
like you mentioned other people originally responded: in shock and horror that you would be willing to place such a dangerous snake on your nose. Then I read your blog and realized the truth (but only at the END,
thank you very much!) ;) I too work to educate the public. I'm an environmental educator working for state parks in North Carolina. Ever since I was little I have loved animals and nature, and after coming across
so many people with (sometimes laughable) misconceptions and, as a result, a fear of nature/animals, I knew that's what I wanted to do for a living: teaching people to correct their negative view of nature/animals
and learn to love it/them. Ideologically I have considered being a wildlife control person like you, but I think that I will have to just appreciate it from a distance and maybe I will end up marrying someone with
your wonderful vision and view (not to mention humor) of the natural world some day. What's your background? Is your family in the industry too? Any advice for a fellow animal lover and educator? Thank you very
much for your work. You are truly an inspiration!