Animal Trap Placement by Professional Wildlife Trappers.
In most cases when a wild animal is being a nusance to your home or other building on your property, it needs to be trapped and then removed. Animal trapping is easy in theory but is a bit more challenging than one might expect. Different animals require different traps. Some animals (like wild hogs) are really smart and if you don't trap the group of them in one pass, the others may learn about the trap and make the whole effort less effective.
There are a variety of types of trap sizes and techniques. We often use box cage traps to trap wild animals and we also have sophisticated surveillance monitoring systems available to check our traps remotely.
In some cases, when we come to assist our customers with their animal problem, we can see the wildlife causing the issue and may be able to catch the animal for its removal. If an animal can't be caught, it may need to be trapped.
For most people, "nuisance wildlife" means an animal is destructive or menacing.
If left untrapped, the wild animal may be damaging property such as:
- businesses or other buildings
- gardens, lawns and landscaping
- public areas
Untrapped wildlife nuisance may threaten human health or safety by:
- spreading diseases
- through direct attacks
- collisions with automobiles
When we set a trap, we monitor and follow-up to ensure it has resolved the issue.
Common animal traps
- rodent traps
- wild hog traps
- raccoon traps
- snake traps