Wild nuisance animals can be dangerous when they venture into community neighborhoods where trash and pet food can be an easy meal and worse, small pets can become easy prey.

We can help exclude or remove raccoons, opossums, skunks, coyotes, foxes, bears, and any other large wild animal that may currently be a problem for you.  Don’t let yourself be fooled by wannabe trappers out there with no license or experience.  We are the best.  We offer safe, effective and LEGAL trapping methods.

  1. Inspection – Our AIPM Urban Wildlife Specialist will begin by asking you questions to help identify the rodent or nuisance wildlife pest causing your problem. Additionally, every wild animal leaves behind their own unique trademark.  AIPM can identify those signs and determine what is tearing up your yard, crawling on your roof, lurking in the dark, or looking for its next meal.
  2. Plan of Action – Using years of experience we offer you the best options for protecting you and your family from unwanted nuisance wildlife.  We offer trapping, exclusion, behavior modification, and habitat modification. Sometimes you can solve their visiting your property by changing your behaviors i.e., remove any available water or dog food that is left outside overnight.
  3. Solution – Many options are always considered with an emphasis on the most effective and humane solutions that will stop the problem from reoccurring. Sadly to say, some situations can only be resolved using trapping methods.  AIPM technicians are licensed by the California Department of Fish and Game.  Larger problems are handled by a team of AIPM experts, always abiding by California Department of Fish and Game regulations.  At AIPM we feel it important to educate the resident in ways to help prevent it from occurring again.  With over 30 years of trapping experience, your nuisance wildlife control is best left to the experts at AIPM.

Request a Free Nuisance Wild Animal Consultation today and let Animal & Insect Pest Management develop a plan to meet your specific needs.