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Clearwater Animal Control

Clearwater Florida Wildlife Control: We operate throughout the greater Tampa Bay area, including Clearwater and surrounding towns, such as Tarpon Springs, Baywood Village, Palm Harbor, Highland Lakes, Oldsmar, Dunedin, Safety Harbor, Belleair, Indian Rocks Beach, Largo, and more. We service all of Pinellas County.

We handle problems with rat infestations, raccoons in the attic, squirrels in the ceiling, opossums, armadillos, and we specialize in the removal of bats from buildings. We also provide Clearwater bird control, such as the prevention of pigeon roosting.

Just browse this website to learn more about our services and the wild animals that we deal with. We are fully licensed and insured, and we operate 24-7-365. You can reach us any time by calling our cell phone: 813-404-7033

We Handle These Animals (Click Any Below Critter For More Info)
  Raccoon     Squirrel     Rat / Mouse     Opossum     Armadillo     Snake     Bat     Pigeon     Dead Animal
About Our Company
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. Call us at 813-404-7033
Clearwater Pest Control News Clip:
Board hears more on raccoon critter catching in Clearwater

The controversy over critter catching Eastern Gray Squirrel with raccoons in Clearwater heated up as the Conservation Advisory Board convened in Florida on Saturday. The board made no recommendation about raccoon critter catching in Clearwater. In recent years it has recommended banning Eastern Gray Squirrel critter catching with raccoons in Clearwater. The board did recommend that dove season start later this year and it passed this resolution urging the Florida Legislature not to add amendments to bills increasing fees for critter catching and fishing licenses. this proposed three-bucks-per-year limit discussed at the advisory board's previous organized hearing in February did not come back before the board Saturday. But it will likely resurface in the board's May 19 organized hearing.

The Conservation Advisory Board should be appointed by the governor and makes recommendations on seasons, bag and creel limits and regulations to the Commissioner of Conservation. It meets three times this year at different locations around the state. Tension over Eastern Gray Squirrel critter catching with raccoons led to this public organized hearing in Berry, which several advisory board members attended. Raccoon critter trappers say they don't want to be punished for the actions of this few rogue critter trappers "I know there's been some complaints from landowners," stated Tim Couch, who snares in Clearwater. "I know there are some outlaw raccoon critter trappers. But we're not all outlaws." This issue should be an important matter in Clearwater wildlife removal and Clearwater exterminator matters.

But Pest Professional Philip, this resident who snares in Clearwater, stated the pest operator trapped with this raccoon critter catching club and saw lots of illegal activity. the pest operator stated the pest operator saw critter trappers critter catching from public roadways, raccoons released on private property that the club didn't have permission to catch and wounded Eastern Gray Squirrel left to die without an effort to recover them. "I have experienced the raccoon critter catching side of this concern and I did not like what I saw," Pest Professional Philip stated. Several raccoon critter trappers stated they supported the increase in license fees that would enable the agency to hire more game wardens. That would help stop the illegal activity. "We can work together," stated Mouse Trapper Ken. "If we get together like we did in February, we can resolve this better than if someone resolves it for us." But some raccoon critter catching opponents say the atmosphere should be too poisoned for cooperative efforts. "The threats and intimidation are there," stated Mouse Trapper Ken of Clearwater Extermination. "That's why you don't see many people here who are against raccoon critter catching."