Welcome to Florida Wildlife Removal. The need for wildlife removal in the state of Florida has been on the rise for the last 15 years because of the building of new homes and businesses in the local surrounding areas of Florida and the natural habitat for wildlife has been severely affected.

When new homes are built, it impacts the natural surroundings of the local wildlife. Removing Palm trees, bushes, rocks and other natural habitats are driving the wildlife in Florida into people's homes and attics. Especially in the winter when the Florida weather turns cold and the winter winds from the north blow in. Here you can find specific information related to Florida’s wildlife and the wildlife problems FL homeowners find themselves in when dealing with wildlife in Florida.

Florida is a state which has a very mild climate. Florida is a four season state meaning that spring, summer, fall and winter all bring different challenges. In the spring, Florida Wildlife are in their breeding process. In the summer, FL wildlife is usually busy hiding from the hot weather that affects all of Florida. In the fall, the wildlife are starting to construct their homes and find shelter to ride out the short winter.

We have experts in wildlife removal and control across the state of Florida. Counties include Orange, Miami Dade, Broward, Seminole, Sarasota, Hernando, Hillsborough, Lee, Pinellas, Volusia, Brevard, Alachua, Duval, Osceola, Polk, Marion, Palm Beach, Bay, Escambia, Leon.

We have specific information related to cities of Florida and the most common animals that Wildlife Removal Professionals have calls for. Most Wildlife in Florida consists of squirrels, snakes, rats, birds, raccoons, skunks and armadillos. There is other wildlife like alligators and other reptiles that you should never attempt to remove or control without the aid of a professional wildlife removal technician. These are wild animals and can be very dangerous when they feel threatened!

We have Wildlife Removal professionals throughout the state of Florida including the major cities and many smaller cities. Just find the city that best represents your location and call the number listed on the site.