Iron County Wildlife Removal

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Welcome! Iron County Wildlife Removal is a full-service pest control company specializing only in the removal of nuisance animals in Iron County, Utah. Whether you have a problem with squirrels in the attic, a raccoon in your garbage, skunks under your shed, rats or mice in your house, a snake in your yard, or a problem with birds or bats, we can solve it! We are fully trained and know everything about the wildlife of Utah. We answer our phone 24/7, and can schedule a same-day or next day appointment. Call us at 435-503-9110 and see why we are voted Iron County's best animal removal company! Some of the services we offer include:

  • Humane Animal Trapping & Relocation
  • Home, Roof, and Attic Inspections
  • Preventative and Animal Damage Repairs
  • Attic Cleanup, Feces Cleanup, Odor Control
  • Iron County, UT Snake Removal
  • Poison-free Rat & Mouse Control - Permanent
  • Bat Removal and Bird Control
  • Dead Animal Carcass Removal

CALL US ANY TIME AT 435-503-9110

Iron County trapping When you are constantly having wild animal intrusion on your property, whether it is residential or commercial, it is important to reconsider your approach to getting them out of your property. If you have never hired a wildlife control company to help you out, then it is time to hire one. If you have hired in the past, have spent money and you have not seen any noticeable change, then you may have been using the services of a company that is not competent enough to deliver the best results. Therefore, it is important to change your approach and choose a provider that can deliver results sustainably. There are a host of companies and in this business that you can choose from. The best among them is the one that has what it takes to deliver results for you in the long term. Therefore, one of the major criteria to use when choosing the perfect wildlife control company for you is to see whether they have delivered sustainable results for clients in the past. As a wildlife control company, we have served thousands of clients over several years. And all our clients can testify to the sustainability of our prevention and control measures. This is what makes our service perfect for you.

What Prices Do We Charge?

Every wildlife situation is different: What type of animals? do you need trapping, prevention, repairs, cleanup? Call us and we can give pricing for your situation.

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We are experts in the wild animals of Utah. We treat these animals with respect, in a humane manner. We are not a typical Iron County exterminator company. We focus on complete solutions, and have experience with every type of unwanted critter in Iron County, UT. Example animals we handle include:

  • Iron County animals in the attic like squirrels
  • Iron County rodent extermination - no poisons
  • Iron County bat removal and Iron County bird control
  • Iron County snake removal, Iron County dead animal removal

Iron County wildlife control Tip of the Month:

What Do Wildlife Rehabilitators Do With Bats Brought to Them?
If you are unfamiliar with the wildlife rehabilitator, these men and women work to try to assist wild animals that are injured or sick so that they can return back to their natural habitat. In this way, they perform a valuable service for a wide array of animals, including squirrels, raccoons, birds, turtles, and many other little critters.

Most of these animals are viewed as good parts of the environment. People love birds, they think that squirrels and raccoons are cute, and turtles are very popular. It is not surprising that these kinds of animals would be brought to a wildlife rehabilitator to help them return to the environment.

But what about bats? What do wildlife rehabilitators do with these animals?

The Stigma about the Bat?
This is a very good question, because many people have a rather negative view of bats. Because of the way that these animals have been presented in movies and television, there are an ever-growing group of people who think that bats are going to swoop down on them in the middle of the night, puncturing their neck and sucking out their blood. This couldn’t be further from the truth.

The reality is that bats serve a useful purpose. Their primary food source are bugs like cockroaches, wasps, and beetles, as well as eat small rodents like rats and mice. No doubt that most of us would not have an issue with these animals and insects seeing their populations dwindle because of the work of bats.

So, What Do They Do?
Because of their usefulness to the environment, wildlife rehabilitators see them as a valued member of the ecosystem. This means that they will do all that they can to help these animals to successfully reintegrate back into the environment.

This starts by assessing their physical health to ensure that there is no disease or injury that would make it impossible for the animal to survive in the wild. If an animal is sick with the disease that puts the rest of the ecosystem at risk, then they may be terminated. However, in most instances, they are treated by a veterinarian and cared for until they are well.

The rehabilitators then search for a suitable environment for the bats. This includes a spot where they would not only be able to find food and shelter, but also face limited risk from potential predators. It would also be in a location that would afford them the ability to find a mate, while also not overpopulating the area with bats.

Once they have found a suitable location, the bat is taken and released. This enables it to start searching for a home in its new location. The wildlife rehabilitators have made sure that this animal will have every possibility of survival. In fact, it should do well beyond surviving. It should actually thrive in its new environment. This is the job that these heroes look to do on a daily basis.

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We service local towns such as Lund, Cedar City, Parowan, Modena, Enoch. If in doubt about our service range near Iron County, or the wildlife services we offer, give us call at 435-503-9110. We look forward to hearing from you and helping you with your Iron County pest control critter problem!