Find a Local Wildlife Removal Service

National Wildlife Removal has the best list of local Nuisance Wildlife Control Officers. State certified, fully insured, uniformed, and experienced in the national and local approved methods for a  proper wildlife removal.

Trap a raccoonThere are many companies out there now a days offering wildlife removals. Due to the popular TV shows about are industry. The problem is that they are not properly trained in a safe and humane method of removal for the animals. Wrestling a scared cornered animal is not often a humane methods of removal. Don’t get me wrong, we often have to grab wild animals by our hands, but only as last resort unless they are young. The most important objective is to removal the animal quickly and as humanely as possible.

Every listed NWR company here has the experience and the certifications to do the best wildlife removal in your local city.

To use this site just click on the state and then the city you live in for a local wildlife removal service. Only one company is listed per city because I want the best company locally, not just anyone that does wildlife removal.

Please look over the animal pages to be aware of what your nuisance animal could be. If you need a raccoon removal, squirrel removal, snake in the garden, armadillo digging up the grass, moles tracks in the yard, coyotes coming on your property, opossum in the attic, bats in the attic, rats in the attic, or any wildlife removal please look at our website to educate yourself on what to expect.

Animal in Attic Removal

NWR lists the best local wildlife removal service to get an animal in the attic removed. Squirrel, raccoon, opossum, rats, dead animal, or bats living in your attic?

Animals in the Attic

NWR only list one wildlife removal service in each city and its surrounding municipalites. All wildlie removal services have been in business at least three years of wildlife experience. Each wildlife service has the proper state license and insurance.

Animals in attics can be a tricky situation for homeowners. Is it a rat, or many rats? It could be a mother raccoon with a litter of raccoon pups. Is it a opossum? Does the attic smell like ammonia? If so thats bats. See chewing on electrical wires? That is a fire hazard from squirrels. All the already mention animals could have died and are leaving a very bad dead smell of death in the attic and sinking down into the living areas.

An animal in attic removal can be dangerous. Why?

  1. Attic mobility. Wildlfie removal professionals walk in as many as 8 attics a day. I personally have had a homeowner follow my in his own attic and fall through the attic floor (ceiling of room he fell into). I even was careful in telling him to walk exactly where I walked.
  2. Attics are HOT! Get in and out as fast as you can. Quiet often we have to spend an extended time in the attic to remove young animals or dead animals.
  3. Attics space. Attics are not spacious to manuaver in. The roof usually is coming down the perimeter of the house making the attic very hard to work in.
  4. Live animals. Having the courage and know how to deal with coming face to face with an alive wild animal. Mother raccoons are one of Mother Natures best maternal creatures in the animal kingdom, don’t find out how maternal, it will hurt.
  5. Wires and Ducts. Tripping over a duct or walking through a bunch of wires can cause bodily harm or at the very least an unexpected visit from other industry services (a/c repairs or electricians).
  6. Feces and urine. Wild animals leave feces and urine soaked insulation. Add high heat and you have a hot bed of an unsanitary enviroment.

To find a wildlife professional in your local area click this link for an animal in attic removal.


Athens Clarke Wildlife Removal

Athens Clarke Wildlife Removal

National Wildlife Removal welcomes Byram Wildlife Removal in Athens-Clarke, Georgia. For an expert bat removal, raccoon removal, skunk removal, squirrel control removal, snake removal, beaver trapped and removed, armadillo removal, opossum removal, fox removal, groundhog removal, mole removal, bird control, and coyote removal.

John Byram, owner operator, is licensed by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources and a member of National Wildlife Operators Association.

John has been trapping since 1978 and started part time as a wildlife control service in 1999. It was not long before John was busy enough to go full time, 24 hour service, 7 days a week.

Bat removal

Byram Wildlife Removal does one of the most successful bat removal and exclusion services in Georgia. John does it by the book, successfully! Getting rid of the bats is only the start to any bat job, exclusion work is John’s specialty. John will clean up all the guano (bat poop) and repair the house or structure so the bats cannot regain access.