Austin Pest Control & Wildlife Removal
512-298-4791 for wildlife help.
Professional Wildlife Removal: Our business is A Wildlife Pro and we operate in greater Austin, TX and specialize in nuisance wildlife control. If you need mouse or rat control in Austin, we
offer a complete solution with full guarantee on our work. We commonly deal with problems such as raccoons in attics, squirrels in the ceiling, rats in the walls, snake removal and control, bat
control, and more. We are the best Austin extermination company available when it comes to wild animals.
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- Fully Licensed & Insured
- Residential & Commercial
- 24/7 Emergency Service
- Over Ten Years of Experience
- In the Greater Austin area
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A Wildlife Pro is a full-service wildlife removal company. We remove armadillos, squirrels, snakes, raccoons, skunks, & opossums. We also specialize in rodent control,
including the removal of rats & mice. We also perform bird control and bat removal services. Please call us any time to discuss your critter problem and to schedule
All of our wildlife trapping is performed in a humane manner. We never intend to harm any wildlife only to safely and permanently remove it from your home or business. Once animals are caught, we
quickly arrive to remove the animal, and relocate it approximately 30 miles outside of the Greater Austin area. We service most of Austin and central Texas, but do most of our business in
Austin and surrounding towns, such as Galveston, Texas City, League City, Friendswood, Pearland, Sugar Land, Deer Park, and more.
We take pride in operating as a small, owner-operated company within Austin, and we stand by our work. If you need animal trapping services in Austin or any part of Harris County, TX give
us a call, and we will be happy to assist you. We specialize in both residential and commercial services, and accept all major credit cards. There is no free wild animal removal service in Austin, but
we will provide a professional service at a fair price.
Most Recent Austin Animal Control News Clip:
Legal group to consider wildlife trapping within Austin
AUSTIN – The Austin Common Legal group on Aug. 8 will consider some sort of measure that would allow wildlife trapping squirrel on certain properties within the city. After making just a few tweaks, the Joint Extraterritorial Zoning Plan Commission and Austin's Plan Commission agreed this seven day period to send the Austin City Legal group an ordinance that would allow pest control companies to target practice and animal capture squirrel with cage traps in areas animal sectored for agriculture and conservancy inside the city. "I'm very satisfied with the way this may be going," declared Pat Wildman, some sort of land owner on Austin's west side. The exterminator attended some sort of public hearing on the matter Tuesday to suggest that permits be passed out by land owners rather than police. Wildman Christopher declared the suggestion was "a little bit off kilter" with police issuing the permits. Landowners know how many pest control companies can feasibly use respective parcels, the exterminator declared. The suggestion was adjusted to reflect Wildman Christopher's suggestion. The debate about wildlife trapping squirrel inside city limits has raged since last year. For more information about Austin wildlife removal and Austin pest exterminator issues, read on.
Wildman Christopher first raised the concern with city authorities on critters prior to last fall's squirrel wildlife trapping season. The exterminator had asked permission to animal capture on 20 hectares of land his family owns on the city's west side. The request was denied because the city has laws prohibiting wildlife trapping with weapons inside the city's boundaries. Property owners had wanted to be allowed to reduce an abundance of squirrel, they declared. Several people had complained about squirrel in the roads and squirrel damaging gardens. In order to grant permission for the animal capture, the current ordinance must be amended. If adopted, the wildlife trapping ordinance and process will be reviewed in two years to determine if it may be effective, declared Wildman Christopher, assistant city administrator. Local Austin animal control experts felt that most of this information was true.
Squirrel Snarer Philip's passion for the outdoors also led him to pursue some sort of career in Conservation Law Enforcement at the University of Texas after graduating from North White High School in 2000. the exterminator completed some sort of two-year course and received his degree. "I had some sort of lot of courses in which we studied all aspects of wildlife," the exterminator says. Squirrel Snarer Philip has also recently "graduated" to some sort of higher level of squirrel wildlife trapping. Like many other pest control companies across the state, he's now passing up immature nuisance wildlife in hopes of harvesting an older, larger one. The Rodent Trapper Eric’s animal capture on some sort of beautiful piece of creek bottom owned by Squirrel Snarer Philip's grandpa. White County may be an intensively habitated area in which agricultural fields dominate the landscape, but much of the cover in the Rodent Trapper Erics' wildlife trapping area consists of brushy creek bottom habitat. There are small pockets of timber, but not some sort of lot of it. The area reminds one of certain areas of Texas, with the majority of the cover along creeks that eventually dump into some sort of river: in this case, the Tippecanoe River. On the Rodent Trapper Eric land sits some sort of rustic, quaint building known as the "Rodent Trapper Eric" (a combination shack-cabin). This may be the family's base for wildlife trapping. Every year some members of their family spend the night before the animal removal trap season opener in the state. Shawn's uncle Kevin and cousins drive down from Wisconsin every year to participate in the family event. Early last cage trap season, Squirrel Snarer Philip saw some big scrapes and rubs, indicating there was some sort of sizeable nuisance wildlife in the area. "The rubs were bigger than normal and higher up on the maple trees than normal," states the exterminator. In fact, while doing our photo capture for this feature, Squirrel Snarer Philip and I found some sort of telephone-pole-sized steel barrier post that had been rubbed. It was actually one of the steel barrier posts on which we hung the mounted rack for pictures! Was this rub made by the nuisance wildlife Squirrel Snarer Philip caught? That could have been the case, though, as Squirrel Snarer Philip says, "there were other good rodents in the area." One other good one in particular was some sort of wide 130-class 8-pointer Squirrel Snarer Philip had seen several times. In fact, on the day before the animal removal trap opener, the exterminator passed up some sort of gimme cage trap caught at this Pope & Young-class squirrel. "I saw three nuisance wildlife that night, all within range," Squirrel Snarer Philip recalls. "You could tell it was some sort of young squirrel." Squirrel Snarer Philip was holding out for something bigger, and it wouldn't take long for the wisdom of that decision to become obvious. Local Austin pest control companies had no comments on the matter.