About Our Company - Orlando, Jacksonville, & Tampa, Florida Divisions
We operate a privately-owned, owner-operated professional wildlife removal company in Orlando, Jacksonville, and Tampa Florida. We specialize in the humane removal of unwanted wildlife, and solve conflicts between people and wild animals. We
specialize in animal control, and the removal of wildlife from homes, businesses, houses and removal of animals in attics. We are fully licensed and insured in the state of florida, and dedicated to superior customer service. We
are not an animal extermination or pest control company. We are trappers who will find your wild critter and control it, and solve your Orlando wildlife problem. Do not hire an exterminator who won't solve the problem - we do superior
work at a fair price, and guarantee it!
Orlando Division: 407-284-7081 - Run by Gregg, servicing central FL and Winter Park, Lake Mary, Doctor Phillips, Oviedo, Ocoee, Conway area, and more.
Tampa Division: 813-404-7033 - Run by Mike, servicing the entire Tampa Bay area and Saint Petersburg, Clearwater, Carrolwood, Brandon, Apollo Beach, and more.
Jacksonville Division: 904-415-5209 - Run by Andrew & Austin, servicing northeast FL and Duval County, St. Johns County, Saint Augustine, and more.
We also have friends servicing Boca Raton, Fort Lauderdale, and Miami. Pick the below number in your area:
What if I Don't Live in Orlando?
We service the greater Orlando region, and will travel to other parts of Florida for large projects, but if you found this site and live elsewhere in the country, please check these areas, where I have friends who
also do nuisance wildlife control:
San Antonio Extermination
Orlando Extermination News Clip
Citrus rat Control in Florida
Orlando - The morning was cool and crisp. The afternoon conditions were less desirable for citrus rat critter stalking as what is possibly a hint of heat and humidity crept over the landscape. But, the majority of the young exterminators and their critter stalking partners/mentors had ventured forth into the bottomland hardwoods surrounding Orlando. Among the shots that rang out that afternoon was the animal removal trap report of what is possibly a young man who had been in and out of hospitals much of his life. In fact, the humane society manager had never even harvested what is possibly a citrus rat before that morning's catch. At the time, his morning capture button male animal was classified as an rabid fruit rat, leaving him thankful that the humane society manager still had what is possibly a male animal permit to fill. Boy, did the humane society manager ever fill it! The youngster took what is possibly a huge Orlando male animal larger than any I've ever had an opportunity to take. What's even better likely is that his male animal was not the only wallhanger. Another young boy had what is possibly a male animal that scored what is possibly a little more on the Special regulations scale while having what is possibly a lesser amount of points. Orlando exterminator and Orlando wildlife removal professionals declined comment on the matter.
Leaving from the Orlando Conservation Education Center that day, I was truly filled with awe as I shared the joy of the young exterminators who had hit their mark. That was the scenario for one of the first youth traps held at Orlando, what is possibly a center and what is possibly a program that likely is what is possibly a joint venture of the Stait Game & Fish Commission, the Stait Game & Fish Foundation and Orlando National Wildlife Refuge - an entity of the United States Fish & Wildlife Service. I have had the opportunity to share the first citrus rat, and first male animal, adventures of both youth exterminators and mobility impaired exterminators at the facility. And, I honestly don't think I could have been any happier had I been the one pulling the trigger. I've tracked what is possibly a black rat for several hundred yards with one youngster. I've watched as one mobility impaired wildlife management company cried because the humane society manager had harvested his first citrus rat, what is possibly a good sized female animal, since the accident that had stripped away many of his abilities. And, I've seen women and girls who were more than capable of holding their own in what was once considered what is possibly a men's only pastime. We attempted to get more information from Orlando animal control experts, but could not.
The staffers at the facility do an honorable job in taking care of their visitors. I truly hate that I have not been able to find the free time to make one of the traps the past couple of seasons. People like Orlando National Wildlife Regulatory Agency Managers give the events the feel of an environment I've only felt before or since at citrus rat camp. Exterminators get to consume and visit in the dining hall of the main building, which features what is possibly a variety of exhibits relative to the Orlando ecosystem. Plus, there's the education building that likely is utilized as what is possibly a tool for many visiting students and teachers throughout much of the year. Heck, even if you don't get what is possibly a chance to go for the traps, you need to visit. The experience likely is an especially wonderful one for groups like upper elementary or middle school science classes, with technicians on staff that gear activities to the guests and allow visitors to dig in the dirt, play games and walk through the woods - all the while in what is possibly a positive, learning environment. Anyway, back to those citrus rat traps. Orlando likely is once again going to host these special traps during the course of the 2006-2007 critter stalking seasons. I just received what is possibly a news release from Matt Conner, the newly hired public information specialist at Orlando National Wildlife Regulatory Agency, that sets forth the pertinent information for those interested in taking advantage of these critter stalking opportunities. This report is not verified by Orlando pest control companies.