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 in Gainesville to remove the animal, and relocate it approximately 30 miles outside of the Greater Gainesville area. We service Gainesville and Alachua County, as well as Ocala and Marion County Florida.
We take pride in operating as a small, owner-operated company within Gainesville, and we stand by our work. If you need animal trapping services in Gainesville or any part of Alachua County or Marion 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 Gainesville, but
we will provide a professional service at a fair price.
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Hey Centurian Wildlife,
i really appreciate your web site i used it recently to figure out what to do with squirrels that were entering my roof line. it’s not my attic but rather small roof above my picture window. (3' x 8').
i hired your recommended guys from your directory in the Gainesville area. He set traps and as he was setting traps and the exclusion cone on the entrance ( under soffit above gutter on the corner) a squirrel jumped on the roof and tried to fight to get into the hole. He shooed him away where the squirrell got trapped and removed that night. next morning another squirrell got trapped as i heard the trap snap. but now on day 2 I saw a baby squirrel or very young one trying to get out only to turn back down the exclusion tube and never fully jumped out. i think the problem is i live on second floor and the tree that gave them the original access is just out of reach to jump out and never come back in. now i know there is at least two babies up there i wondering if they will ever jump out or will they chew through the ceiling and land in my living room, or do they chew another way out. I’m terrified they are going to chew down to me or never get out.
Thanks for any advice on this dilemma
You'll just have to wait and see if the young come out, but I think they will. I don't think they'll chew their way into your house.
Hi Centurian Wildlife,
We have a new mother raccoon who has already given birth in our attic. I have a light in the attic as well as a radio blaring for a couple of days now. In the event this does not encourage her to move, can you recommend a humane removal person in the Gainesville FL area? Any suggestions are appreciated.
Hi, Centurian Wildlife,
I live in a ranch and about 12 years ago we had Central Air Conditioning installed and the blower and all the ductwork is in the attic. Well, a raccoon broke into the attic and ripped open the main A/C line. I removed two feces, one was right next to the big whole in the main line and another by a flex feed. The raccoon can't get in anymore. I am afraid the system will never be clean enough run it. I wish I had seen your website first. I was wearing a surgical mask and gloves and picked it up through several bags, but I am very worried about getting sick.
You see, I have systemic Lupus, and my body is very weak. My lungs are particularly affected. Some of the flex feeds smell like mold, I am afraid a lot of insulation in the attic has to be replaced as well. When the attic fan runs every day, and when the A/C was running and we didn't know this was open, doesn't this mean there could be spores from the feces all over that attic, and also all over my house? And the quality of work people do in this area, I don't trust anyone to be meticulous about cleaning to properly and changing the bad flex feeds without contaminating them all over again. And the entryway to the attic is right in the middle of my main hallway. Any advice? Many thanks, Mary
This afternoon I saw a snake that looked very much like a coral snake who went into the shrubbery in the front of my house. His colors were vibrant and after going through all the info. and photos I could find on the internet, I feel pretty certain it was a coral snake. What I read indicated that coral snake sightings are rare - but in the last two years I have had one confirmed coral snake which was killed in the street just in front of my home, and one was confirmed and killed on my lawn. Now today I have another coral snake. I am thinking that they must have a home in my yard.
Your website was very informative and I would like to talk to you to see if you think you might be able to do something about my coral snake problem. In the past two years I have see a couple of times a very large black snake on the walkway outside my front door and draped into the bushes outside the door.
I have recently put a fountain near the front door and now I am wondering if this will make my home even more inviting to the snakes........ Regardless - I really would like to talk to you to see if there is something you can do to help.
At your convenience, please give me a call.
I sent an email to the wildlife removal website. I came across the website when I googled coachwhip snakes. We have two breeding in our yard. It is really a neat thing to see. They are very affectionate.
Anyway, I saw that you commented you had rarely seen them… just wanted to send a note that we have two here in our yard. It is actually the second year in a row that I have witnessed them breeding.
We live on Newnans Lake outside of Gainesville. A lot of wildlife out here.
I have photos if you are interested in seeing.