These are pictures collected by our game camera which was set up on a coyote trapping job on a golf course in Johns Creek. The neighbors have been complaining about coyote sightings so the Golf Club wanted to do something about it. They hired…
⤷ We answer all calls 24/7
⤷ We check traps DAILY
⤷ We are FULLY INSURED
⤷ Our prices are Reasonable
⤷ Customer Service is our #1 priority
⤷ We have a LICENSED Wildlife Rehabber on staff
⤷ We will explain everything
⤷ Animals are ALWAYS treated humanely
⤷ Family Owned & Operated
⤷ No Hidden Charges
…WHO else does all of that?
We hope everyone has a relaxing and enjoyable holiday weekend. 💚 Stay safe & stay hydrated y‘all. ... See MoreSee Less
WARNING! DON’T click on PICTURES if you cannot tolerate seeing a snake being a snake and eating. (For the record we usually don’t show these kinds of pictures but they are not too revealing)
We were hired to hand remove this 4 - 5 Ft black snake today. To our surprise, somehow this snake caught a full grown squirrel. Had to be a lucky ambush.
Regardless we knew it was a risk to move him. But we had to. We kept him in bucket until we could release him. As soon as we did, he rejected the squirrel. It was almost completely in his belly. Darnit.
Nature can be brutal but yet never stops amazing us.
(Squirrel Trapping & Squirrel Removal Johns Creek Squirrel Trappers) ... See MoreSee Less
When bird netting is used in your yard to protect flowers or gardens it oftentimes is an indiscriminate killer. To us, little is worse than to see an animal suffering in our book.
Sometimes when we get called out for a snake in the yard it is visible because it is tangled up in bird netting. We charge a lot more for this call then if we were just grabbing the snake & relocating it. We (Two techs) have to spend a lot of time trying to carefully snip the netting away from the snake. Sadly when an animal or snake is tangled in netting they struggle more to get free and it ends up tangling them even worse often cutting deep into their skin.
We are not posting this to make anyone feel bad using this in the past. What we hope is that it makes people reconsider using it in the future.
#snakecontrol #snakeremoval #southernwildlifemgmt ... See MoreSee Less