NUISANCE ANIMAL REMOVAL
WHY CHOOSE US?
RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL
Wild animals can quickly turn from an annoyance, into a dangerous and expensive infestation. Many wild animals make their homes in difficult areas, or nearly impossible for the average homeowner to access. Without the proper tools, training, and techniques cannot be safely removed.
In over a decade, there hasn’t been an animal control problem that we haven’t been able to solve. Nuisance Wildlife Marshals are equipped to handle any nuisance animals from mice and raccoons, all the way up to snakes and even alligators.
When it comes to animal damage control of your home, the first step is to determine what kind of animal is causing damage. There is no one-size-fits-all to controlling animal damage. Wild hogs present a different threat to your property than mice, rats, raccoons, or snakes.
If you need protection from animal damage, trust the Certified Wildlife Specialists at Nuisance Wildlife Marshals. We've been protecting Central Florida for more than 10 years, we’ve dealt with the most devastating pests with great success – just read our reviews.
ANIMALS WE REMOVE
An experienced company like Nuisance Wildlife knows different animals that pose an animal control threat in our communities needs a different approach. Working to remove bats from your attic takes different knowledge and techniques than protecting your backyard from wild hogs.
Wildlife removal in Central Florida can be a big job. Our warm climate and many wooded areas are the perfect place for a number of different household pests. This presents a challenge for any company in the wildlife removal or animal control business.
However, if you have a problem with any type of wild creature big or small, Nuisance Wildlife Marshals are the most experienced and accomplished wildlife removal company in the Central Florida area. Our trained specialists work with large animals like wild pigs down to small creatures like mice, rats, raccoons, and squirrels.
Our wildlife management technicians are trained to understand that bats are protected in Florida and there are only certain techniques that can be used to remove them from your home. Our technicians also know that the best way to humanely remove raccoons, opossums, and snakes so that they don’t further damage your home or leave an unsafe situation for your family.
What are rodents?
Rodents are a group of mammals best characterized by their ever-growing incisor teeth. Rodents use their powerful incisor teeth as chisel tools to gnaw through insulation, wood, walls and electrical wiring causing extensive damage to homes and structures. Common pest rodents include the house mouse, deer mouse, Norway rat, and roof rat. Other rodents include squirrels and capybaras. Rodents are nocturnal, meaning they are active at night and not during the day.
What's the difference between mice and rats?
Both mice and rats have similar behaviors but differ in size and diet. The typical house mouse is 2-4” in length, as opposed to the Norway rat or roof rat, which can measure up to 9” in length. Both mice and rats are omnivores, but rats will eat anything, and generally prefer meat, pet food, fish, and stored cheeses. Mice prefer grains, fruits, vegetables, seeds, and nuts. Rats have larger feet and smaller ears than mice.
What types of rodents live in Florida?
Here in Central Florida, the main rodent pests we see are house mice and Norway rats.
House mice: Adult house mice range in total size from 5-8” in length, including their tail. Their ears are moderately large and distinct and their bodies can be light brown to nearly black in color, with a belly that is slightly lighter.
Norway rats: The Norway rat is relatively large and the average adult measures 16” in total length from its nose to the end of its tail, and weighs about 12 ounces. The length of the tail is shorter than its body and it is typically grayish brown to black or reddish-brown in color.
Where do rodents live?
House mice build nests outdoors in ground burrows and sheds. Inside of homes or properties, house mice will can be found nesting in attics, wall voids, storage boxes, and underneath appliances. Norway rats will burrow alongside your foundation. When they get indoors, they prefer dark and damp areas such as the basement or crawl space.
What does Wildlife Removal consist of?
Relocation and Rehabilitation — Removing animals from your home is our top priority. But we want to do it responsibly, safely, and humanely.
Cleanup and Sanitation — Getting an animal off your property is only just the beginning. Learn how we handle what they leave behind.
Exclusion and Repairs — After removing unwanted animals and cleaning up the mess they left behind, it’s time to make sure they don’t come back.
Annual Maintenance — Instead of risking the safety of your home and property, protect yourself with our maintenance plan.