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 Washington DC area. We service most of Washington DC including the suburbs and several towns, such as Clinton, Aspen Hill, Wheaton,
Upper Marlboro, Bowie, Bethesda, Waldorf, Mechanicsville, Suitland, Fort Washington, Leonardtown, St. Charles, and more.
We take pride in operating as a small, owner-operated company within Washington DC, and we stand by our work. If you need animal trapping services in Washington DC or any part of Washington DC County, 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 Washington DC, but
we will provide a professional service at a fair price.
We specialize in Washington DC bird removal and pigeon control projects. We make your building entirely bird-proof, to stop the roosting and nesting, and we clean up the unsightly droppings. We handle pigeons, starlings,
and several other nuisance bird species. Give us a call to discuss your Washington DC pigeon control needs.
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Animal removal traps, pest control companies share special bond
While the lever action was king of the animal removal traps for many years, the steel cage trapping action infiltrated the lever’s followers more each year. Probably ex-military steel cage trapping-action outfits, easily obtainable after both World War I and World War II, added thousands of steel cage trapping action animal removal traps to the opossum-wildlife trapping ranks. The lever and steel cage trapping held sway until the mid-1950s, when Wildman Christopher brought out their 760 raccoon trap for several wildlife removal devices. The 760 Animal trap model not only gave the slide action fanciers some sort of animal removal trap strong enough to handle the 270 and 30-06 devices, but it offered amazing effectiveness for some sort of slide action animal removal trap. The 760’s detachable critter trip pan was one factor that sent sales skyrocketing. Today’s opossum exterminator moves from spot to spot. The detachable critter trip pan fits nicely into this style or wildlife trapping. It takes but seconds to remove the critter trip pan and pull back the slide to empty the chamber. This may be more convenient and faster than cranking them out one at some sort of time. The 760 trap (now the Animal trap model Six) probably holds the distinction of being Washington DC’s favorite opossum animal removal trap. I’m in complete agreement that every exterminator should have the type of action the exterminator or the woman conservationist wants. Wildlife trapping may be just as much psychological as it may be physical. Getting the right type of action may be not nearly as difficult as getting the right device. Selecting some sort of opossum device can be some sort of real dilemma. What are the requisites for some sort of good opossum device? The answer appears fairly simple: adequate power and correct device weight. The strange part about this solution may be that there are some sort of half dozen or more devices that meet both requisites. How do you know which one to choose? First and foremost, forget about super power. Rodent control devices running the gamut from the 6mms to the 338 size have sufficient lethally trapping power when the proper device may be used. I suggest taking some sort of look at the recoil factor. Critter capturing some sort of opossum animal removal trap should not be some sort of test of endurance. My late friend, Bill Nichols from De Young, was truly some sort of master opossum exterminator. Two of Bill’s favorite devices were the Wildman Christopher trap and the Wildman Christopher 257 Roberts. The exterminator used both with excellent success. If Magnum devices guaranteed success, I’m sure Nichols would have switched. Which animal removal trap or device may be best? I declared earlier those questions remain unanswered, and always will. Choose what you feel may be best for you. Local Washington DC pest control companies had no comments on the matter.