Florida Nuisance Trappers 24/7
Serving Brevard & Indian River Counties 24/7
Florida Nuisance Trappers
is a full-service wildlife control company serving Brevard and Indian River and the surrounding area. We specialize in urban and suburban wildlife damage management for both residential and commercial customers. We handle nearly all aspects of wildlife control, and resolve conflicts between people and wildlife in a humane and professional manner. For Brevard and Indian River wildlife removal, just give us a call at 321-652-7238 and we will discuss your wildlife problem and schedule an appointment to solve it. We look forward to hearing from you.
**We are not The County Animal Control, we do not come out to catch or to remove Dogs!**
◦ Pest Removal
◦ Rodent Exclusions
◦ Skunk Removal & Skunk Control
◦ Wildlife Removal & Wildlife Control
◦ opossum Removal & Opossum Control
◦ Rat Proofing
◦ Armadillo Removal & Armadillo Control
◦ Raccoon Removal & Raccoon Control
◦ Squirrel Removal & Squirrel Control
◦ Duck Removal
◦ Reptile Removal
◦ Pigeon Removal
◦ Dead Animal Removal
◦ Critter Removal & Critter Control
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How do we share your information?
We at Florida Nuisance Trappers will never misuse or sell your information.
**Florida Nuisance Trappers offers a Full Five year Warranty on all work Performed.**
All animals are trapped and removed in a humane manner, which is what you should expect from a reputable and humane wildlife removal service. The most common wildlife removal, pest control, and animal trapping services needed are the removal of bats, removal of bees, birds, mice, raccoons, removal of squirrels, rats, removal of snakes, and geese which we expertly and professionally perform in a timely and quality manner. Whatever your needs, Florida Nuisance Trappers will consult with you and provide solutions to remove any wildlife or nuisance animal, repair the damage they may have caused, and take steps to prevent the wildlife from returning and reentering your home or property.
Our Animal Control Professionals know how to get rid of wildlife and offer solutions to keep wild animals out of your home or business. We have a full range of home repair services to fix animal damage and can install animal exclusion devices to prevent future animal infestations. We at Florida Nuisance Trappers always give a Warranty on all work we perform.
After the Inspection, you will be provided with an estimate for services that best suits your needs. We understand that wildlife issues are unexpected and that most need to be addressed as soon as possible so that the problem does not progress.
LIVE TRAPPING AND REMOVAL OF WILDLIFE
Bats, Beavers, Birds, Bobcats, Chipmunks, Coyotes, Flying Squirrels, Foxes, Ground Hogs, Moles, Opossums, Raccoons, Snakes, Squirrels, Skunks, Stray Animals, Etc.
DEAD ANIMAL REMOVAL AND ODOR CONTROL
Along with the removal of dead animals, we will disinfect and treat any unpleasant odor. This includes skunk spray.
REPAIRS AND EXCLUSIONS:
After the animals have been removed and relocated , a second inspection will be done to ensure no animals remain. Entry points will then be repaired by Florida Nuisance Trappers to ensure the animals do not return. All damages done to the interior and exterior of the home will be cleaned and treated. All repairs are backed by a guarantee so you can rest assured that your problem has been effectively solved.
Wildlife Removal - Critter Removal - 24/7 - Call for all of your Critter Control needs.
We also specialize in the removal of feces and sanitation of any area where it has been contaminated.
NO ANIMALS ARE EVER HARMED. ALL ANIMALS ARE RELEASED BACK INTO THE WILD!
KEEPING YOUR HOME AND PROPERTY SAFE FROM ALL NUISANCE WILDLIFE WITH A 100% GUARANTEE. SAME DAY SERVICE.
Wildlife Trapping and Removal of Brevard and Indian counties florida,safely and humanely 24/7.
A professional wildlife control company does a lot more than just trap the animals, but still, this is an essential part of the nuisance animal solution process A lot of expertise, experience, and laws goes into wildlife trapping. - from licensing and legal issues, to trap type/size, baits and lures, placement and presentation, safety of both people and animal, care for the animal's comfort, etc. Wildlife trapping should not be attempted by amateurs. One of the most common problems in this industry is the do-it-yourself people. They buy a trap, and then do everything wrong. For example, if they catch anything at all, it might be the wrong animal - a non-target species, the neighbor's cat, who knows? Then once it's caught, everyone asks, "now what?" and often calls a pro at that time. Furthermore, there's a good chance that what you've done is illegal in your state, or it's illegal to relocate the animal. And what if you get a skunk? I've gone to so many homes in which the homeowner has done the wrong thing. One customer kept catching squirrels and letting them go a block away. The squirrels all came back of course, but the thing is, it wasn't even squirrels in the first place! It was raccoons in the attic. And what if the tenants HAD caught the raccoon, WERE able to legally relocate it (they were not) and it didn't come back. Well guess what - that raccoon was a mother with a litter of five baby raccoons in the attic. The babies would have made a heck of a lot of noise for up to two weeks as they slowly starved to death. Wildlife trapping is not for people who haven't had extensive training. Please don't try it yourself - call a pro
NUISANCE CONCERNS: Raccoons are one of the most commonly dealt with nuisance animals. They have adapted to living with humans. They have learned that garbage cans and dumpsters are excellent sources of food, and that houses are excellent habitat. A mother raccoon will often tear a hole in a roof to access an attic, where they will make quite a mess and a lot of noise. If you have a raccoon in the attic, it's going to make a big mess and leave a lot of droppings. They are strong animals, and once inside an attic, they often tear off insulation paper, rip open ducts, tear insulation off pipes, etc. They will search hard for food, and are fond of tipping over trash cans, raiding dumpsters, and stealing pet food. They will often break into a screened-in porch to get pet food. They carry a number of parasites and diseases that can affect people or pets.
Florida is home to both Red Foxes and Gray Foxes. Gray Foxes often have a lot of red fur and may be mistaken for the Red Fox. The Gray Fox prefers to live in wooded areas while the Red Fox lives in uplands and weedy meadows, but both species will take advantage of denning opportunities provided by sheds and other outbuildings Foxes are primarily nocturnal but foxes active in the day time are usually seen in summer months, at which time they are raising and feeding young kits. More mouths to feed means more hours required for hunting! Foxes with kits in the area are also less likely to scare away easily, but this behavior does not necessarily indicate a threat. Sick foxes are identifiable by behavior such as walking in circles or swaying with their head hung very low. If this behavior is observed, residents should contact Corvias/FWC/Animal Control immediately. Regardless of behavior, foxes should never be approached, and it is illegal to feed them.
American Alligator (Federally-designated Threatened species due to similarity of appearance)
Growing between 13 and 14.7 feet and up to 1,000 pounds the American Alligator is found all across the state of Florida. These reptiles are most active when the temperature is between 82 and 92 degrees. American Alligators are black with a light yellow throat and belly. These reptiles are threatened due to their similar appearance to American Crocodiles. Additional information about the American Alligator is available here.
Wild hogs are opportunistic omnivores that will eat just about anything, although they feed mostly on vegetative and insect matter. Food is a driving force for this exotic invasive species. Hogs can be very destructive and cause damage to fences and other structures by rubbing on them or knocking them down. They also have the ability to destroy lawns, small gardens, crops, trails, etc. by trampling and rooting around an area in search of food. Like most wildlife, wild hogs prefer to run and escape or avoid danger. However, if they are cornered, injured, or with young, they can become aggressive, moving very quickly and potentially causing serious injury.
Eastern Indigo Snake (Federally-designated Threatened)
This nonvenomous snake is found across Florida. The Eastern Indigo Snake can grow up to 8 feet in length. These snakes are a shiny black/blue color. Most have a red chin, cheeks and throat, but some lack the reddish color and have white, brown or black features. Read more about the Eastern Indigo Snake here.
Florida Pine Snake (State Species of Special Concern)
One of the largest snakes in North America, the Florida Pine Snake is found across most of Florida. These snakes grow to 7 feet has a brown back with dark blotches, white belly and small pointed head
Are bees dangerous?
While Africanized bees have been largely over-hyped by media, these bees and European bees can be dangerous. Recently we’ve been involved with a greater amount of feral bee activity than normal. During this time, we performed bee removal on a shed where two lambs were living and were attacked by the honeybees living in the wall, one made it and the other didn’t. Later that day, we performed a bee removal on a gas station lamp post. The pole was bumped by a car backing up and the bees swarmed out and into the woman’s car window, stinging her and others nearby. A week later we preformed bee removal from a tree where a man while trimming his hedge, was attacked by bees and stung 20 times before making it from his yard to his house.
Last week I performed a bee removal from an owl box where a horse was attacked by the bees which in the past hadn’t shown any signs of aggressive behavior. Yesterday we performed bee removal for a man whose son and dog were attacked while playing basketball in the front yard. His son was fine, but the dog didn’t do as well. The normal kill ratio for a human being is 10 stings per pound; so about 1,800 stings would typically kill someone weighing 180 lbs. A typical bee hive has on average 10,000 to 40,000 bees.
Activity: Opossums are nocturnal - active mainly after dark. Although they do not hibernate, they are often less active during the winter. Opossums tend to be solitary animals and live alone when they are not breeding.
Reproduction: Between the months of January and October, opossums breed and give birth to up to two litters of 4-8 young - or joeys - each. The gestation period of a possum is about 13 days, after which time the joeys are born and must immediately claim one of 13 nipples inside the mother's pouch. Joeys remain inside the pouch for about 50 days, after which time they begin to exit the pouch and spend time on their mother's back. After about 100 days, young opossums split from their mothers to find their own home ranges.
Defense: When threatened, an opossum will hiss and show its teeth to try to ward off a predator. If this doesn't stop the predator from attacking, the opossum will pretend to be dead, falling to his side, curling up and opening his mouth. Some refer to this as "playing possum", and this defense mechanism often results in a predator walking away.
Skills: Opossums are skilled climbers, thanks to their opposable rear thumbs and long tails that are designed to wrap around branches. They are also great swimmers, although they prefer to travel on land.
When it comes to solving the problem, our focus is on EXCLUSION (e.g. sealing up holes, finding points of entry and closing them, etc.). Afterwards we put into place TRAPS & BAIT STATIONS.
TRAPS are used in areas such as crawl space areas, attics, garage areas, mechanical rooms, boiler rooms, closets, etc.
BAIT STATIONS are used at the exterior of the home (note: we never place poisons or baits inside of ANY portion of the home, so that if a rodent is inside (somewhere - anywhere) it will NOT be likely to die inside and cause foul odors.
Our BAIT STATIONS are heavy-duty high-quality units designed to SECURE the bait (so it can not fall out or be removed) so that children, pets or any other non-target animals are unable to access it.
Wildlife Removal / Animal Control