|Squirrel Trapping and Removal
|Many people are unaware that flying squirrels inhabit New Jersey. The photographs below were taken at a residence in Montague, Sussex County.
The homeowner had made a few attempts at controlling the flying squirrels before contacting a large "pest control" company. Their efforts entailed
nothing more than mounting baited cage traps on the roof of the structure, out of sight and six feet above the entrance hole. After three days without
success and hundreds of dollars out of pocket, the homeowner directed the New York pest control company to remove their traps.
Garden State Wildlife and Animal Control was contacted to remove these flying squirrels in Sussex County, New Jersey. Our thorough inspection
of the residence located the only possible entry point, a live multiple-catch trap was set for the flying squirrels at 2:00pm. We received a call at
8:00am the following day from the homeowner that we had a successful capture. Upon arrival, we found three flying squirrels had been trapped!
|Garden State Wildlife and Animal Control has received extensive training in flying squirrel trapping and squirrel trapping in New
Jersey. Our training provides fast and efficient removal of squirrels from buildings, resulting in affordable removal of squirrels.
|Garden State Wildlife and Animal Control provides humane squirrel trapping and humane squirrel removal in New Jersey. New
Jersey tree squirrels, which include the grey squirrel, red squirrel and flying squirrel can become troublesome when they manage
to access vulnerable areas of a building. The New Jersey State Certified Animal Control Officers at Garden State Wildlife and
Animal Control specialize in wildlife control methods which include squirrel trapping, habitat modification, and squirrel
proofing of structures. We are not a New Jersey pest control company, and we do not provide "pest control" in New Jersey.
Our focus and direct training with wildlife damage control, animal damage control, nuisance wildlife control and building
construction/improvements clearly leaves Garden State Wildlife Control the ideal choice when considering wildlife damage
control in New Jersey!
Call Garden State Wildlife and Animal Control today: (973)896-8181
|Click on the image above to observe the clear pathways left by squirrels
travelling from the tree limbs to the entry hole (in the red circle).