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Indianapolis Wildlife Removal

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We operate a professional wildlife removal company based out of Indianapolis Indiana. We specialize in the resolution of conflicts between people and wildlife. Examples of common jobs that we do include the removal of squirrels in attics, complete rat removal and prevention, removal of bats from buildings, bird prevention, raccoon trapping, snake removal, and more. We remove dead animals from homes, repair wildlife damage, perform full home inspections, clean up wildlife waste and clean attics, and do 100% wildlife prevention work. If you have wildlife living in your building or attic, it's very important to find and seal all entry holes leading into homes in order to provide a permanent solution to wildlife problems.

We service both residential and commercial projects. Give us a call any time at 317-644-0965 and we will listen to you describe your wildlife problem, and schedule an appointment to solve your animal problem. If you live 20 miles or more north or west of downtown Indy, call 317-759-9407.

We are licensed and insured in the state of Indiana. We are owner-operated (we come to your home to do the job, not an underpaid careless employee) and are neat and clean with uniforms, service trucks, and the best wildlife trapping equipment. We have several years of experience, which is very important in ensuring a quality job done. We operate 24-7-365 for any wildlife situation. We give a written guarantee on our wildlife removal work and always strive for 100% customer satisfaction.

Wildlife Trapping: We specialize in humane wildlife trapping and removal.  We remove all nuisance critter species in Indianapolis, including raccoons, squirrels, opossums, and skunks.  We specialize in complete rodent control and offer 100% permanent removal of rats and mice.  We also specialize in bat colony removal and bird and pigeon control.  We use the proper wildlife control tactics and trap only the target wildlife, and when possible, we simply exclude the animals with no stress.  Most importantly, we solve the root of the problem, and specialize in permanent solutions to wildlife problems. We do this by performing a detailed inspection of the home or building, and by sealing shut, with steel, any and all points of entry so that no wildlife can enter again, and we give a guarantee on our work!

SERVICE RANGE: We cover a wide service range and remove wildlife in all of the greater Indianapolis, IN metropolitan area. In all of Marion County and the towns of Carmel, Fishers, Williams Creek, Meridian Hills, Glendale, Rocky Ripple, Wynnedale, Speedway, Clermont, Mooresville, Greenwood, Beech Grove, Warren Park, Lawrence, amd Fairland, call 317-644-0965

In Hamilton County and Hendricks County and 20 miles north or west of the city, including the towns of zionsville, noblesville, westfield, brownsburg, avon, fortville, cicero, waverley, pittsbboro, lebanon, martinsville, coatesville, camby, royalton, amity, bloomington, and muncie, call 317-759-9407

If in doubt about our service range or any of the types of services we offer, just give us a call, and we will let you know if we service your area and/or your wildlife problem.  We look forward to hearing from you!

Indianapolis Wildlife Control Advice: Wild animal Trapping: How To Trap a critter Traps and baits are the best ways to remove nuisance animals, and the reason being that such traps are inexpensive, they do not constitute any form of hazard to the environment, and you donít have to kill the animal. There are basically two types of traps used in trapping unwanted animals; Lethal and non-lethal. While lethal traps are guaranteed to work , they however can constitute a nuisance to the public because they can kill the unwanted animal somewhere where it can be difficult to detect , hence the stench from the carcass of the animal may cause serious environmental issue. Lethal chemicals may also kill non-intentional animals such as pets and that could get you into some legal troubles.

Non-lethal traps such as baits and wire mesh or other mechanical traps are much safer to use. Baits are particularly effective because you can lure the Indianapolis animal with a delicious food such as vanilla extract, juicy vegetable, or fruits.

One-door trap is another effective and safe trap you can use to entrap a Indiana animal. The trap is designed in such a way that there is only one entry point for the nuisance animal to enter, once it enters, the door will close immediately behind it. The one-door trap is available in different sizes, however the commonest one has about one-foot height and between two to three feet in length.

The Cage-trap is another form of non-lethal mechanical trap that can be used in trapping nuisance animal- this trap is usually larger and it is ideal for trapping larger nuisance animals. The Cage trap works in several ways, but in most cases, it has a spring-loaded door or entry that opens and closes by itself- the spring can be adjusted to allow the animal enter while a delicious-smelling food is placed inside- the spring automatically shuts once the nuisance animal has entered.

Lethal traps are also effective in trapping Indianapolis animals, however, they are dangerous and can injure or even kill the critters. The lethal trap normally has a trigger and once the animal steps on it, the trap automatically snaps around its body. If you want the nuisance animal dead , then you can get a lethal trap with a hook- instead of the trap snapping on the body of the animal, the hook pierces through its body and the Indiana animal becomes injured or killed. Lethal traps may not be recommended where legislation does not permit the killing of nuisance animals.

Baiting and positioning a wild animal trap
Baiting I an essential way to get rid of pest animal, however it involves taking several carefully controlled steps and one of such is getting the most suitable location. The most ideal location to place a bait is the closest point to the area the animal is burrowing through, and you can easily locate this based on the amount of soil that the animal has moved during burrowing. Secondly , you need to choose the right bait, if you use the wrong bait, you may end up trapping another animal instead of the nuisance animal. Several commercial baits are available and the most popular ones include; the Sunflower seeds, Peanut butter, broccoli, but the best and most preferred bait is the Cantaloupe. To apply a bait successfully and trap the nuisance animal, simply set your trap close to the entry point of the burrow area and gently spread the bait on the floor and just few centimeters away from the trap and then put more bait inside the trap to ensure that the unwanted animal is enticed into it. In most cases, hungry nuisance animals will easily be trapped with a bait and can be removed immediately, however, nuisance animals that have been fed may eat little of such baits, but you need to be persistent with the bait setting until the animal is eventually trapped.

Handling and removing the trapped Indianapolis animal
wild animal can carry a number of diseases and spread such to humans and pets, thus you must ensure that your contact with the carcass is kept to the barest minimum. If a lethal trap has been used in capturing the animal it is important to double-u p the bag used in disposing off the carcass to ensure that you are not in direct contact with the blood or chemical ( if a poison is used). You must ensure that the carcass is disposed off inside thick bin liners, before you through them inside a Garbage bin but you must check possible regulations on this.

If you use non-lethal trap such as baits, you can throw a large blanket over the animal to keep it calm. While some regulations will require that you dispose off the Indiana animal at authorized location , however if such laws are not in place then you should dispose the animal at least 10 miles from your home. Make sure the nuisance animal is captured alive to avoid its carcass causing offensive odour within the environment.