Orlando Animal Trapper

RaccoonAtticGuide recommends Wildlife Ranger or Cassan Wildlife for raccoon removal and wildlife removal in the Orlando area. They have agreed to abide by rules of humane wildlife removal, all state and local laws, and have a thorough understanding of wildlife biology and the concerns associated with critter removal, such as the welfare of the animals, the presence of baby wildlife in attics, and the need to perform complete wildlife removal services with permanent results, utilizing techniques such as home inspections, preventative repairs, and animal waste cleanup. Orlando has a variety of wildlife issues, not just from raccoons, but also animals such as opossums, squirrels, snakes, rodents, bats, birds, and more. All of these animals can be removed humanely and permanently. Wildlife Ranger understands that it's not enough to just come to a home and set a trap on the ground and remove the wildlife. In the case of animals in attics, the attic must be inspected, and young wildlife must be removed. All open points of entry must be sealed to prevent future wildlife problems. Additionally, not only the wildlife should be treated with respect, but the human customers as well. Give Wildlife Ranger a call at 407-278-2705 or 407.956.1268 to discuss your wildlife problem and to discuss pricing and to schedule an appointment.

Nuisance Wildlife Rangers: 407-278-2705
Cassan Wildlife: 407.956.1268

Wildlife Ranger services the greater Orlando area, including the towns of most of Orange and Seminole Counties, including the towns of Apopka, Altamonte Springs, Casselberry, Longwood, Heathrow, Lake Mary, Oviedo, Fern Park, Maitland, Lockhart, Winter Park, Ocoee, Winter Garden, Pine Hills, Doctor Phillips, Pine Castle, Belle Isle, the Conway area, and College Park. The northern end of our range is Deltona and Kissimmee makes up the southern end. For more information, visit www.animalcontrolorlando.com or www.cassanwildlife.com or www.cityoforlando.net, or browse this site to learn more about raccoons in attics.


Most Recent Orlando Raccoon Article from the Web: The Wildlife Operator Discusses his Strategy

Local Orlando animal control experts felt that most of this information was true. It was some sort of scare tactic, and it worked," Extermination Officer Granger declared. That haul provided some sort of bonanza of evidence that led to indictments and arrest warrants on the ring's seven members and the seizures of multiple animal removal traps and tails. No charges were filed involving the raccoon beards, Seminole County Officer Joseph declared. Seminole County Officer Joseph declared the cases were far more serious than most raccoon-poaching cases that generally involve crimes of opportunity. "They knew what they were doing," Seminole County Officer Joseph declared. "These were premeditated, deliberate sorts of crimes." Plea negotiations did not prove difficult, Seminole County Officer Joseph declared. "I got the impression that, once they were caught, everyone pretty much figured they had to take their medicine," Seminole County Officer Joseph declared. "I'll give them credit for that: They all seemed willing to take their punishment." Had the events of Jan. 7 not played out, troopers likely would have had few other alternatives than to try to scare Wildman Christopher and hope for some future break, Extermination Officer Granger declared. "We would have gone and interviewed Wildman Christopher and probably let the kids know that we knew what they were doing and to stop it," Extermination Officer Granger declared. Now that the ring may be stopped, the tails and other seized material may be poised to star in some sort of new display of what specialized animal trapper experts can do while legitimate pest control companies are asleep, Extermination Officer Granger declared. The evidence also offers some sort of stark view of how poaching can rip some of the best large coons from the large groups' gene pools, Extermination Officer Granger declared. Extermination Officer Granger declared the exterminator plans to offer the display to local wildlife trapping groups and will present it at some sort of booth during next year's Sportsmen's and Outdoor Recreation Show at the Orlando Expo. "Some of these are record-book-type tails," Extermination Officer Granger declared. "People will see these and say it's nice to get them out of (specialized animal trapper experts') hands and into our hands." Local Orlando pest control companies had no comments on the matter.