Orange County Wildlife and Animal Removal

Pest Animal Removal Orange County CA

Welcome to Pest Animal Orange County! We are a wildlife removal company servicing Orange County, CA. We’re on call to deal with your emergency wildlife problems, such as when a raccoon, squirrel, rat, bat, or other wild animal, manages to invade your home or commercial property. Our family-run unit has been voted #1 pest control company in the metropolitan location for not just one year, or two years, but three years running. We answer our phones 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and they’re always answered by informative and polite staff, even at 2 in the morning. When we answer the phone, we’ll listen to your wildlife control concern, and we’ll also tell you how we would go about solving the problem you’re faced with. If you can sort it by yourself, we’ll guide you through doing that, but if you can’t, we can make you a same-day emergency appointment. Our technicians are fully-trained, licensed and insured, and they are on-call 24/7 in your area. If you give us a call today, we can give you a ballpark price estimate, and we’ll also provide a written quote on request. Call us now at 657-215-2326 for your Orange County CA wildlife control needs.

About Pest Animal Orange County and Our Services:

We answer our phones 24/7.

Property inspections and in-attic inspections.

Nuisance wildlife trapping and removal.

Critter damage repair to your home.

Attic restoration and decontamination.

We never use poisons! We don't handle insects.

Licensed and insured in California

Orange County CA rat control and rodent removal

Bat control in Orange County - removal from attics

Orange County dead animal removal inside houses.

California Snake control services

Bird Removal and Prevention

Our Service Range

Our Service Range

We services Seminole County, Volusia County, Brevard County, Osceola County, Polk County, Lake County, and more. We also service Apopka, Maitland, Bay Lake, Ocoee, Belle Isle, Orlando, Edgewood, Winter Garden, Lake Buena Vista, Winter Park, Eatonville, Oakland, Windermere, and more.

Orange County California Wildlife Removal Tip of the Month: What Is A Conibear Trap?

Conibear traps are also known as body gripping traps and were created by Frank Conibear. Since they first hit the market during the late 1950s, they have been incredibly popular options. Compared to some other traps, they are easy to use, affordable, and will kill the animal more quickly and humanely.

How They Work
The basic idea of a conibear trap is that it will quickly close around an animal’s neck and provide enough force to kill the animal instantly so it doesn’t suffer. As such, they are considered one of the more humane lethal traps. The trap is made of two metal squares that close and open similar to scissors. There is either a single spring or a set of two that will close the trap quickly when it is activated. When the animal moves the trap’s trigger, it activates.

Setting The Trap
To set up the trap, you compress the springs and then use the spring safety latch to secure them. After they are compressed, you can open the square jaws and set up the trigger. You can bend the trigger in various shapes or bait it to help catch the particular type of animal you want. There are three sizes of traps, with the smallest being ideal for minks and muskrats, the medium one ideal for opossums and raccoons, and the largest for otters and beavers. If you pick a larger trap, you may need to use tongs to help you compress the spring. When setting up the trap, be sure to put it along the animal’s common trail.

When using the traps underwater, you will want to secure it by shoving a long stick into each of the spring holes and then securing this stick into the ground. You will then want to set up guide sticks along either side of the trap as a way to funnel the animal so it is forced to go through the trap’s opening.

Since conibear traps kill the animal instantly, there are many limitations and regulations surrounding them. Many areas only allow them to be used underwater or say you can only use them on the land if they are a few feet off the ground. These regulations are designed to prevent accidentally catching dogs, cats, or other unwanted animals.

Should You Use Them?
The biggest reason not to use a conibear trap is that it can very easily kill the wrong animal. They can injure humans if left unattended or kill a small cat or dog. That being said, if your goal is to kill the animal you are catching, then a conibear trap will do so in a much more humane manner than other traps.