Big Papa’s Nuisance Wildlife Control
Providing Licensed, Insured, High-Quality Customer-Centered Wildlife Trapping, Removal, And Associated Wildlife Services To The Greater Eastern Iowa Region
Specializing In The Removal Of Bats, Badgers, Beaver, Birds, Chipmunks, Coyotes, Dogs, Feral Cats, Fox, Groundhog, Gophers, Moles, Muskrats, Opossum, Rabbits, Raccoon, Skunk, Squirrels, And, Even Sasquatch!
Big Papa’s Nuisance Wildlife Control’s Most Frequent Critter Calls
The Most Problematic Nuisance Wildlife In Greater Muscatine, Iowa Are Bats, Beavers, Moles, Raccoons, Skunks, Squirrels, And Woodchucks, Though Big Papa’s Get Service Calls For Numerous Other Critter Issues. No Matter The Critter, Big Papa’s Nuisance Wildlife Control Is Here To Help!
The two most common bats that invade Iowa homes and buildings are the Little Brown Bat and the Big Brown Bat. In the best case, one or two bats enter a home’s attic. However, a maternity colony, dozens of female bats gathering together to raise their young, may infest an attic creating piles of urine-soaked feces, which can cause health issues in the living and working spaces below. Big Papa’s Nuisance Wildlife Control are bat exclusion experts, so rest assured, you’ve come to the right place.
Beavers cause flooding damage to Iowa property owners due to their damming behavior backing up water, let alone chewing through valuable trees that landscape a property. Significant problems can occur when beaver damming activity conflicts with a property owner’s desire to use their property for purposes other than a wetland created by a beaver. One aspect of beaver management involves trapping and removal, which is an expertise of Big Papas.
If you see spots of dead grass on your lawn, that could signify that you may have a mole problem. And if you also see mounds of chunks of dirt in your yard, you can be sure you have some destructive moles ready to tear up your precious grass. Fortunately, moles aren’t vegetarians; they eat large numbers of earthworms, grubs, and centipedes. Moles must be trapped out of your lawn with specialized lethal traps. Big Papas are ground mole trapping experts and know all the tricks to catch moles quickly.
If you have some nuisance raccoons making frequent visits around your home sooner rather than later, there is a good chance you’ll face a home invasion, generally to an attic where a female will give birth to her young and create extensive damage while getting free room and board. Big Papa’s Nuisance Wildlife Control has years of real-world experience with raccoon trapping and relocation. We will inspect your property, discover all access areas, and offer immediate raccoon removal solutions to protect your home.
Even though skunks, especially baby skunks, appear very cute, there’s nothing worse than spooking a skunk and getting sprayed. Skunks love living under decks, porches, garages, and sheds. Big Papa Nuisance Wildlife Control has years of experience with humanely trapping and removing skunks. Sorry, we can’t guarantee a skunk will not spray once caught. But, if a trapped skunk should spray, the odor is minor, disperses quickly, and we can use a deodorizer to get rid of the smell.
Squirrel And Chipmunk Trapping
There are two problem squirrels that Big Papas deal with regularly, the Eastern Gray Squirrel and Ground Squirrels. And then there is the pesky little chipmunk, though not a squirrel, who can dig holes throughout a property and damage the roots of trees, plants, and vegetables. When squirrels get into a building, especially a colony of squirrels, damage can be extensive in the form of chewed wires and pooping and peeing on wooden surfaces and insulation.
Woodchucks | Groundhogs Trapping
Although groundhog is their formal name, in Iowa, many people call them woodchucks or even whistle pigs since they use a high-pitched whistle call to alert other groundhogs of a threat. Groundhogs are rodents living throughout Iowa in urban and country settings. Groundhogs become disruptive and create problems when they dig unsightly holes on your property, dig tunnels under buildings, decks, sheds, garages, and porches, or damage gardens since they love eating fresh veggies.
“Ray is a genuinely honest and knowledgable trapper. His attention to detail is a great asset. I would recommend him to anyone.”
“Thank you for an expert job of saving me from the 3+’ snake that ended up under my refrigerator. It showed up after I cleaned out the cellar. Chica, our Blood Hound, warned me by barking as an intruder alert. Thanks again.”
J. Swailes, Columbus Junction, IA