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Texas has many species of nuisance wildlife living with in its boarders. Due to the population in urban areas may of its wildlife has adapted to living amongst humans.
I have interviewed several nuisance wildlife companies to be listed here in each Texas city. We will only allow companies that have good honest ratings, been in business at least 3 years, and follow the nuisance wildlife “Code of Conduct”. Each company will provide the proper successful methods of removal for that nuisance animal. Each company has its own proven method of removal and National Wildlife Removal.com does not approve of or disapprove of any legal methods. Some removal methods work in curtain situations that may not work in other situations, for example…
Mother raccoon has taken up shelter inside a chimney. Some nuisance wildlife removal companies will drop a tennis ball with raccoon eviction fluid on it so that the mother raccoon will relocate herself and her pups that evening. Other nuisance wildlife removal companies will scare out the mother and take out the pups by hand. Then put the pups at the base of the chimney for her to come back to relocate the family some where else. Even another scenario would be putting a chimney trap on the top of the flue to trap the mother when she attempts to leave that evening. Once she is trapped get the pups out and relocate the family.
All the different methods work, but some companies have better success with one than the other. Our listed companies will do the best scenario for your situation for a quick resolve to your wildlife problems.
Not all wildlife solutions are over night and quick. So please be patient because you are paying us for our knowledge and experience, but we can only predict what the animal will do. Example…
Armadillo is digging in your yard or flower beds. If the suspect armadillo does not live on your property then he may only come around every other day or even only once a week or month. The nuisance willdife company will try and predict the path of the armadillo to set a trap for capture. The issue is if he comes from a different direction than the last and only digs on the opposite side of the yard. This is common with large yards that have no fence. So be patient, the traps may need to sit for a longer time than you may desire. Generally armadillos are easy to predict, but sometimes patience really is the key.