You must be looking for a “WILDLIFE TRAPPER NEAR YOU” which is offering Duluth, Georgia Wildlife Control (Duluth Animal Control) or you would not have landed on our page for Southern Wildlife Management, LLC dba Southern Pest Management.
Call US – (678) 935-5900
Our family-owned business began over a decade ago, specializing in wildlife control. Due to our customer’s requests, we spent YEARS obtaining the education, skill set & licenses required to be able to also offer standard household pest control services to you. With all of that said, here we are! Ready to serve!
The most common nuisance wildlife problems involve the following services: Duluth Rat Trapping & Rodent Control, Duluth Bat Removal & Bat Guano Clean-up, Duluth Squirrel Trapping, Duluth Snake Control & Snake Removal, Duluth Beaver Trapping & Dam Removal, Duluth Fox Trapping, Duluth Coyote Trapping & Control, Duluth Hornet Nest Removal & Bee Hive Relocation and Duluth Standard Household Pest Control issues for bugs & creepy crawly insects. If you have unwanted “guests” in your home, there is a quick solution…SIMPLY CALL US!
DULUTH WILDLIFE TRAPPERS
We are licensed, highly-trained, skilled wildlife trappers. We offer affordable & humane wildlife trapping services. Our goal is to provide solutions that resolve the wildlife problem and not just a temporary fix. All of our wildlife trapping services are offered as a flat-rate fee service. The rodents are always a one-week endeavor while the advanced trapping like beaver, fox & coyote are always two-week jobs. While we are trapping, we figure out what needs to be sealed on the home to prevent future entry.
You can thank urine marking for the fact that once you have rodents in your attic, you will have them again & again. Seriously, there are many University studies on rodent urine marking which state “In rodents, where chemical signals play a particularly important role in determining intraspecies interactions including social dominance and intersexual relationships, various studies have shown that behavior is sensitive to conspecific odor cues. Mice use urinary scent marks for communication with individual conspecifics in many social contexts. Urinary scent involves genetic information about individuals such as species, sex, and individual identity as well as metabolic information such as social dominance, and reproductive and health status, which are mediated by chemical proteins in scent marks including the major histocompatibility complex and the major urinary proteins.”
WILDLIFE TRAPPING & ANIMAL CONTROL SERVICES
– All of our traps are legal, effective and humane.
– We check our traps daily. We want to make the most of your trapping dollars. Therefore, we want to make the traps available to catch other critters quickly.