Squirrel Removal [Bradenton]
You may be wondering, what is that scratching sound or scurrying sound I am hearing? Friend, it could be a squirrel who has found an entry point into your home or business. Do you know that squirrels are one of the most common nuisance animals in the entire country? Do not worry however, feel free to contact us today. We are your trusted source for humane squirrel trapping and removal in Bradenton. We are a family owned and operated business serving Manatee and Sarasota counties for 20 years.
Call Nuisance Wildlife Removal, Inc. today, to humanely solve your wildlife problems, and wild-proof your property. 1-866-263-WILD or 941-729-2103.
Unfortunately, you can not get rid of squirrels by using a repellent substance of any kind. This type of work is best accomplished using a licensed wildlife control company. If you choose us, we will come in and seal all of the entry points. Sometimes they can even be as small as 1″ opening! Then we will set up a catch point so that the animals can only leave through the one designated exit point. That is truly the safest, best way to get rid of squirrels in Bradenton, or other surrounding areas. Please don’t hesitate to call us with any questions.
For more information and a FREE INSPECTION/ESTIMATE Call 1-866-263-WILD or (941)729-2103. You can speak with a trusted professional. We would like to be your local expert and learn about your current situation. Call us now. We are the experts for humane wildlife trapping and removal as well as full property restoration, in Bradenton and surrounding areas. We also serve Sarasota, Parrish, Lakewood Ranch, and Ellenton.
Fox Squirrel – The largest squirrel in the western hemisphere, it is about twice the size of the eastern gray. It can be found in all of Florida except the Keys and Dade and Broward County. They tend to use empty tree nodules or cavities for sleeping and birthing quarters, but they also build nests out of leaves and sticks in some areas. The colors can range from all black down to a light yellow tan. They can often be seen on golf courses where there are areas of open pine oak forests. Note* The species is protected from hunting and two of the four subspecies, Sherman’s Fox Squirrel and the Big Cyprus Fox Squirrel, are listed as threatened.