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Welcome to the American Wildlife Removal Website. Our goal is to provide you with useful information about our company that we hope makes it easier for you to do business with us.

With over ten years of experience in the industry, American Wildlife Removal has been serving the greater Memphis area since 1999. We specialize in removing wild animals indigenous to this region, including armadillo, beaver, birds, coyote, fox, opossum, otter, raccoon, skunk, snakes, and squirrels.  Ask about any other animal you encounter.  We also apply snake repellent and various forms of bird barriers.

At this site, you will discover our safe and humane answers to nuisance wildlife problems, as well as our courteous and resourceful staff.

Feel free to browse around this site. If you have comments or questions about our products or services, or simply need more information and want to contact us, click on the contact button on any page within this site.

American Wildlife Removal’s service rates are very reasonable and we have fast, reliable service. We take pride in our knowledge and expertise. Thanks for visiting and we look forward to serving you.

Electronic Repellents For Raccoons


wildlife control specialists

  • How to Clean Your Attic After You've Had Bats?

  • How Do You Find the Areas Where Bats Are Getting In?

  • Why Do Skunks Dig?

This includes trees, sheds, garages, attics, crawl spaces, porches, patios, decks, walls, roofs, and more. Snakes have several different ways to kill prey. Usually it directly affects the location where the snake has bitten its victim, and can have a very negative effect on the cells where the snake has bitten the organism. Nothing can get to you from behind because the bridge is destroyed. Non Venomous snakes use constriction to subdue their prey. Their mere presence is a threat to your health since they are known carriers of infectious diseases like Leptospirosis, as well as the Rabies virus. What makes them so dangerous is not just the kinds of toxins that they can emit, but also the effect that toxin can have on its victim.

Squirrels Removal From Attics


animal removal service

  • Squirrels Stealing Bird Seed

  • Skunk Burrows

  • How Do I Get Rid of Skunks?

Below, Havahart provides step-by-step instructions to help you get rid of raccoons, as well as other useful trapping and repelling information. They seek out these areas for warm shelter and safe breeding. Mother raccoons will make their nests and birth their young, caring for them all winter long until spring brings more suitable weather. This virus affects the immune system, mainly the nervous system very quickly. With a large colony of bats, this really adds up. I must reiterate that this is a directory of professional nuisance wildlife companies who have met my quality guidelines, and every company charges different rates. Most species of venomous snakes are pit vipers, which can navigate their environment and hunt using infrared-sensing receptors that allow them to detect the heat of their prey. Snakes do not cause damage to property.

How To Get Rid Of A Skunk is Living Under Deck or Porch


wildlife and pest control

  • Remove Bats That Are Living in Your Home

  • Is Skunk Feces Dangerous to Touch or Breathe?

  • Live Trapping Raccoons

The Big Brown Bat (Eptesicus fuscus) is also common in the northern areas. Getting rid of raccoons takes an integrated approach; applying several control methods at once will give you better success at eliminating raccoons and keeping them away. And, in addition to those hazards, they often leave behind an offensive odor that can be difficult to remove. The best way to control snake populations is to remove potential sources of food and shelter. Clearing yards of refuse piles and frequently mowing grass helps discourage snakes from making their homes in residential lawns. There's too many snake species to catalogue here. Some facts common to all snakes - they have no eyelids. All venomous vipers have triangle-shaped heads and pits between their eyes and nostrils containing infrared-sensing organs. Snakes also bask in the sunlight on warm days, since, as cold-blooded animals, they rely on external heat sources to regulate their body temperature.