Our animal control will remove raccoons, squirrels and bats from chimneys and attics. Also; skunks and snakes from under crawl spaces. We trap pigeons from roofs and exterminate rats. Call United Wildlife Control today to get a free phone estimate for your home or business.
IOWA NUISANCE WILDLIFE REMOVAL EXPERTS
Iowa’s wild animals are beautiful, fascinating and varied, but when a wild animal threatens you, introduces a hazard to your home or commercial space, and damages your property, call us immediately. Your Iowa wildlife professional is experienced at taking care of the animals humanely and according to local and state laws.
We are a full-service network: we trap or remove the animals from your property, clean the biohazard messes they leave behind, repair the areas of the building that the animal damaged, and install blockers if necessary to prevent animals from coming back into your home the same way.
When you call us, your life goes back to normal.
We do not exterminate bugs, remove pets or remove large game animals. We are the ones to call to protect you, your home, your lawn and your property from nuisance wildlife, such as: raccoons, bats, pigeons, skunks, swallows, woodpeckers, voles, rats, gophers, squirrels, moles, beavers, armadillos, chipmunks, mice, snakes, opossums, feral cats, porcupines, rabbits and honeybees.
Iowa enjoys a wide variety of habitats for its wild animals, although they have been greatly diminished to make way for agriculture and urban centers. Tallgrass prairies, wetlands and woods still remain in the state, alongside farmland and larger cities such as Des Moines or Cedar Rapids. Some species, such as Iowa raccoons, striped skunks, opossums and rabbits have thrived with human expansion and others have struggled. In Iowa, 49 animals are listed as endangered and 35 animals are listed as threatened.
When a wild animal is threatening your health or safety or damaging your home, business or crops, it is time to contact us. Your nuisance wildlife removal technician will remove the nuisance animals from out of your building or off of your property, repair the damage they caused, clean and sanitize the site and install blockers where needed.
While coon hunting is a popular activity in Iowa, Iowa raccoons can pose a serious health risk to humans, pets and livestock, and can severely damage property. They tear through siding, fascia and soffits to gain access to attics, chimneys and crawlspaces. Their feces and urine contaminate attic insulation, wall spaces, pools, ponds, wells and play areas. Although there is a relatively low rate of rabies in Iowa raccoons, raccoon roundworm has been found in more than 65% of raccoons sampled in the state. Additionally, one of the favorite foods for Iowa raccoons is sweet corn and they can cause serious crop-loss. Contact us when you have raccoons that have chosen your property as their nesting and feeding grounds. Your nuisance wildlife removal operator has the expertise to safely, legally, humanely and effectively remove the animals from off your property, repair the damage they caused, and sanitize the site.
Iowa nuisance wild animals are attracted to homes, businesses, farms and other property at all times in the year, but they can be especially destructive during the fall when they are looking for winter shelter. Iowa skunks, opossums, rabbits and chipmunks seek out shelters such as decks, patios, crawlspaces. They eat and tear up yards, gardens, agricultural areas and commercial landscaping, and can damage buildings as they chew and dig. Iowa raccoons, bats, squirrels, mice and rats get into attics, chimneys, and wall spaces to nest, breed and shelter from the cold. They contaminate living areas, outbuildings and businesses with their parasites and feces, they cause damage to the building, they are a noise nuisance, and can block vents, destroy insulation or chew through wiring.
Your nuisance wildlife removal specialist knows each species, the laws governing their removal, and has skill and expertise to remove the animals from out of your building or off of your property, repair damage they caused, clean and sanitize the site, and get you back to your normal life.
Although both the striped and spotted skunks live in Iowa, the spotted skunk is now listed on the state’s endangered species list due to human expansion into its natural territories. Tallgrass prairies used to cover nearly 30 million out of the state’s 35 million acres, but now less than 1% is left. Additionally, only 1-5% of the state’s original wetlands still exist.
Beavers have been located throughout most of the United States, except Florida and some southwestern desert areas. They will thrive wherever year-round aquatic habitats are found, such as ponds, streams, lakes, swamps, ditches, canals and drains, no matter how close these waterways are to humans. Beavers often live very close to humans in manmade waterways, such as city culverts, swimming pools and back-yard ponds. Beavers have the ability to work in both fast- and slow-moving water.
Our specialty is the removal of wild bird's animals or snakes that gain access into your attic, chimney, walls, or crawl space. Some animals however, can cause damage to your property. Our services include professional wildlife trapping and removal using phone coaching by using digital pictures sent via e-mail to assist you to resolve your particular bird or animal control problem, preventing damage to your property, home, or business.