We operate a professional wildlife removal company operating in the Tampa Bay area, including Clearwater and Saint Petersburg. We specialize in
the humane removal of wild animals from buildings and property. We commonly remove animals from attics, provide bat control and rat control, and
also general wildlife trapping and repair and prevention services. We are fully licensed and insured, and operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
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Tampa Bay Raccoon Control Emails:
I am one of many homeowners who has tried the wildlife rescue path but we didnít get all the openings sealed up and the one remaining unsealed roof vent has become the latest mama raccoonís front door. We had a raccoon with babies several weeks ago (4 or 5) suddenly decide to leave and we thought hooray! Our raccoon troubles are over! Well we just got back from vacation to find bits and pieces of attic insulation on our front lawn and the sound of hungry pups throughout the day and a mom on the roof who doesnít care at all about me or my flashlight.
I read through your web site and I must say that I am pleased there is a professional out there who does what you do, more or less the raccoon advocate. You really go the extra mile to ensure the myths are dispelled and that raccoon awareness education is brought to the forefront.
That being said I want to try to use eviction fluid to encourage her to find a new home. My concern is I donít want to use it at the roof vent where she is coming and going for fear that she wonít use that point of entry and will create a new one. I canít really get to the area where she is without taking a huge risk that she gets confrontational. My thinking is to soak rags in the eviction fluid and tape them to the soffit vents (3 or 4) near her den and cover/seal the soffit with tape so there is no cross-ventilation in that immediate area.
What do you think?
I appreciate any help or suggestions you can offer.
p.s. we did try WilderCare Solutions and asked them to come back to finish the job but they declined to help due to extenuating circumstances. I donít want to wait for this to get settled, I just want the raccoons out of my attic without euthanizing them.