A customer called about some strange noises in their attic. After crawling to the area they heard the noises, I located these baby Raccoons. The mother Raccoon had exited the attic through an entry point before I arrived. The entry point was found and excluded.
A Skunk had made it's home under a shed. After trapping and removing a few Skunks, the problem was resolved. The home owner was expecting Raccoons and was happy to get their shed back. Their dog was allowed back into the yard again.
These Opossums, and a Ground Squirrel not on camera but heard... Were trapped and removed from a few customers. All were nuisance wildlife causing damage to the property they were caught and removed from.
This very unhappy Grey Fox was caught during the process of trapping for a Raccoon. This was an unexpected catch the home owner was happy to see. These Foxes are great for rodent control, among other things, and he was released back onto the property.
Trapping for Skunks at this home owner's was a long ongoing process. One morning this Red Fox was caught in the trap. Both the home owner and I were surprised. The Red Fox was released back onto the property to continue to be Mother Nature's natural Rodent Control. The next day, another Skunk was caught.
Gopher infestation in a yard. This is the trapping result after attempting to gas the area previously. This gopher likely came from the neighbor's yard.
Removal of baby raccoons and momma raccoon from an attic. Once removed, the entry point was excluded and abatement completed.
Raccoons will dig up a lawn looking for worms and grubs to eat. One morning, a home owner discovered their lawn utterly destroyed. It looked like a rototiller tore through the lawn. After a few days of trapping for Raccoons, this is one of a few trapped and removed from their property.
Overview of the gassing gopher process at a customer's home addressing a gopher infestation in their backyard.
This pocket gopher had been trapped in a garden after doing a lot of damage. This is a close up view of the pocket gopher.
This Raccoon was trapped near the shed it was calling home. It is common for Raccoons to live in or under a shed, under a deck, or break the vent screens to get under a home. While cute, Raccoons can be destructive and at times aggressive.
While at a customer's home, these Turkeys wandered up to me. Apparently, there were dozens of Turkeys in the area that I was trapping Skunks in.
While setting up Ground Squirrel traps, these Cows were quietly stalking me. Chewing a mouthful of grass, they watched me. Kinda creeped me out a little. I attempted to communicate with them... to no avail.
This raccoon kept avoiding my attempts to coax it out. I think it was enjoying see me struggle in the cramped and hot attic.
Customer complained of loud noises at night. A raccoon has claimed an attic as it's home. Upon inspection, found entry point into the attic that needed exclusion work.
While doing an inspection and setting traps for Rats in a very cluttered garage for a customer, I kept hearing something behind me. I felt as if I was being watched. Then out if the corner of my eye I saw it! This creepy spider scurried across the floor in front of me, stopped and just waited there. Probably wondering how good my blood tastes...
This is a first for me. While live trapping for Ground Squirrels, this little bird saw that big walnut and thought "FREE LUNCH!". Boy, was his eyes bigger than his stomach, or in this case...his beak. I l let this little guy go to find a meal someplace else.
While trapping for Skunks, this greedy and curious Ground Squirrel got caught in my trap. The property owner was happy to get rid of this critter too as the Ground Squirrels were eating up their walnut trees.
This customer has had Opossums, Skunks, and in this case... a Raccoon running around their orchard. This trapped Raccoon was removed and there have been no further wildlife issues.