Montgomery Wildlife Removal
24/7 cell phone: 334-239-2790
If you have an issue with a DOG or CAT, call Montgomery County Animal Control at (334) 409-0622
Yes, you can call us 24/7. Alabama wildlife don't take weekends off, and neither do we. Our company specializes in the removal of unwanted wildlife from property, houses, and attics. We service the Montgomery, AL region. Call us
now to discuss your problem, get pricing, and schedule an appointment.
FULL-SERVICE MONTGOMERY WILDLIFE COMPANY: We pride ourselves on being the most thorough and complete wildlife removal in Montgomery. We do not simply set a cage trap on the ground and hope that'll solve the animal problem. We
address the root cause of the wildlife issue, and follow a complete step-by-step plan, including the following services:
- INSPECTION - We inspect the building and property to fully understand the cause of the wildlife issue. We aim to permanently solve your problem, by addressing the cause.
- ANIMALS IN ATTICS - If you have wildlife in the attic, we enter the attic and identify the animal(s), any damage they have caused, and remove them there, if possible.
- HUMANE WILDLIFE TRAPPING - Most jobs call for the capture and removal of animals. We put our years of experience to use in order to safely, humanely, and effectively catch the target animal(s).
- ENTRY HOLE REPAIRS - If you've got animals in your house, it is vital to find and repair all open entry holes. Our repairs are professional grade and backed by warranty.
- ATTIC CLEANUP - When necessary, we thoroughly clean and decontaminate your attic, to prevent mold, pathogens, and odors.
- MONTGOMERY BAT REMOVAL - We pride ourselves on a 100% success rate in the live removal of bats from buildings in Alabama.
- MONTGOMERY BIRD REMOVAL - We install preventative barriers to keep pigeons and other birds off of Alabama buildings.
- MONTGOMERY RODENT CONTROL - We know a permanent way to get rid of rats or mice.
We offer many other services in addition to the above listed. We perform dead animal removal, removal of Alabama snakes, mole trapping, and more. We can solve pretty much any nuisance animal complaint. We are a private business,
we are not Montgomery Animal Control agency or the Montgomery County Animal Services - they only handle domestic animals, such as dogs and cats. Here are some of the species we commonly deal with:
Montgomery Raccoon Removal
- Raccoons are a common animal in Alabama. They break into attics, destroy property, eat garbage, and more.
Montgomery Squirrel Removal
- We deal with squirrels in attics and eaves all year, but mostly in late summer and late winter.
Montgomery Opossum or Skunk Removal
- We trap a wide variety of pest animals, from possums, to skunks, and more.
Montgomery wildlife removal company services Montgomery, AL. Our coverage range includes most of Montgomery County and parts of Elmore County and Autaga County. We service many surrounding towns, including Millbrook, Wetumpka, Prattville, and smaller towns like Blue Ridge, Coosada, Elmore, Booth, Hunter, Manack, Hope Hull, Snowdoun, Mathews, Tyson, Pintlala, Waugh, Shorter, Wallsboro, Speigner, Pine Level, and more. To learn more about us, visit our website at montgomeryalwildlife.com
Montgomery wildlife control tip of the month: What bait to use for nuisance opossums: Are you hoping to trap a nuisance opossum from your home and release it elsewhere so that it isn't your problem anymore? Perhaps you are looking to exterminate the creature once and for all. Either way, you are more than likely going to need traps, and what do you need for a trap to enable it to work? Bait of course! Unfortunately, most people go wrong with their nuisance opossum catching experiences, and indeed catching other wild animals as well, simply because they pick the wrong bait for the job, and although you would think that choosing a bait would be a somewhat easy task, if you don't know the animal you are dealing with, you are actually likely to get this bit wrong! This is the case for all wild animals and not just the lowly nuisance opossum. The opossum actually has a very varied diet which means that picking bait should be a fairly simple task once you have the know-how. From insects such as beetles, slugs, snails and flies, to leftovers that you have left in your garbage can and road kill that passing cars have hit - it would seem that were no food items on the menu that this bizarre creature wouldn't eat, Even juicy fruits appeal to the nuisance opossum, and all of these things means that choosing a bait won't be as difficult a task as you first may have thought. Of course, you are going to want to be sensible with your choices - there is no point in putting out a food item that the opossum wouldn't normally eat, but at the same time, you are going to want to choose something that is going to be fairly accessible for you; you may just find that catching a slug may be easy, but getting it to stay still in the trap is going to be much harder!
Reader mail feedback: Long story short, my mother who passed away recently had squirrels, i ended up buying the house because it would have been difficult to sell in this market. Since purchase I had new roof, gutters, holes plugged - not squirrels in attic anymore. they were probable there for a while though. I have been up there and i can see where they lived - primarily corners of attic. What do i do now? I have 2yr old and 3 week old kids and want to make sure they are not living in an unsafe environment. We do have our air conditioning system up their however the intake is on the second floor. I have had the air ducts cleaned since we moved in. I appreciate any advice you can offer, we live in Montgomery Alabama. I was just going to take the damaged insulation out, vacuum the droppings and replace with new insulation. Do i need to remove all insulation? Do i have to fog the attic? A few days ago I noticed 4 small squirrels playing with each other in my back yard. They were about 6 inches long and presumably sibling pups although nearly full grown. Yesterday I heard noise in the soffit and saw a squirrel exiting the attic through a gap between the roofline and a soffit at a dormer - I couldn't tell if it was the mother or one of the pups. My question is, if the pups are old enough to be outside frolicking, should I expect them to vacate the nest in our attic soon? Are the pups independent enough - would this be a good time to rig up an exclusion door?
Reader mail feedback: I think a squirrel has recently moved into my attic and I need some advice. I found a piece of fascia board which has been slightly gnawed and pried out about 2 inches. The gnaw marks are new and the damage very recent. I have also heard some scratching in the adjacent wall of the house during the day. The room is not used at night. I don't want to repair the board and lock the critter inside so I have a few questions. Would a female have a nest with young in mid December in the Montgomery AL area? How can I effectively drive out the squirrel before patching the hole? Should I just go ahead and patch the hole and then put a live trap in the attic. I have a large live trap on hand. I appreciate any advice you can offer. I really can't afford a lot of money for professional removal. Thanks, Patty
Read more about wildlife: Raccoon Removal
| Squirrel Removal
| Skunk Removal
| Rat Removal
| Bat Removal
- Remember, we are not a pest control or exterminator, we do humane wildlife removal Montgomery.