New Orleans Wildlife and Animal Removal

Louisiana Wildlife: Pest Animal Removal New Orleans

Welcome to Pest Animal New Orleans! We are a wildlife removal company servicing New Orleans, LA. We're the leading companies for wildlife control in your area, a family run company with over ten years of experiencing backing it. It doesn't matter whether it's a big job or a small one, day or night, residential or commercial, we're not only fully trained with the latest state-of-the-art technology, but we will show you an attention to detail that you won't have seen before. We pride ourselves on this, as well as our great customer service, and that's just why we've been voted as the number one company for wildlife removal and control in the metropolitan area. And just in case you needed any more evidence to put your trust in us, we were voted #1 for three years in a row. Fully insured and licensed, and carrying commercial liability insurance, we can deal with a large number of wildlife concerns, including skunks, raccoons, opossums, rats, mice, snakes, birds, bats and more. We have technicians working, and staff answering the phone, 24/7, and we will give you helpful and FREE advice if we can't offer you a same-day appointment, which is rare. We can usually offer you emergency same-day / next-day appointments, with an understanding that animals don't take the day off, so we can't either. Call us now at 504-272-2551 for your New Orleans wildlife control needs.

About Pest Animal New Orleans and Our Services:

Same-day or next-day appointments.

Thorough inspection of your property and attic.

Humane wildlife trapping and exclusion.

We repair wildlife damage and prevent re-entry.

We offer attic cleanup and sanitation services.

Fully Louisiana licensed and insured.

Poison-free New Orleans rodent control - rats and mice.

New Orleans raccoon removal and skunk removal.

Removal of animals in the attic, like squirrels.

Dead animal removal, inside and outside.

New Orleans bird control services.

Our Service Range

Our Service Range

We service the Parishes of Jefferson, Orleans, Plaquemines, St. Bernard, St. Charles, St. John the Baptist, St. James, St. Tammany, Washington, Pearl River, and Tangipahoa. We service the towns of New Orleans, Kenner, Metairie, Bogalusa, Chalmette, Destrehan, Estelle, Gretna, Hammond, Harvey, Jefferson, LaPlace, Luling, Mandeville, Marrero, Meraux, River Ridge, Slidell, Terrytown, Timberlane, Westwego, Woodmere, Picayune, Abita Springs, Ama, Angie, Arabi, Avondale, Barataria, Belle Chasse, Boutte, Bridge City, Covington, Eden Isle, Edgard, Elmwood, Franklinton, Folsom, Garyville, Hahnville, Harahan, Jean Lafitte, Lacombe, Lafitte, Madisonville, Montz, New Sarpy, Norco, Paradis, Pearl River, Poydras, Reserve, Saint Rose, Varnado, Violet, and Waggaman.

New Orleans Wildlife Removal Tip of the Month: A Closer Look at Beaver Lifestyles

What really come into your mind when think of the animal beaver? Many people see it as a small animal that is of a very destructive nature and the animal that can make the life of other animals a hell of life. When you take a close look at beavers, you will realize that these Louisiana animals are among the most creative animals in the forest. They are very intelligent in that they can create their own habitat as they like it with their palms and will never ask for assistance from anyone. While trying to make the same, these small creatures have the ability to fall branches and trees in an unsystematic manner making it harder for humans to know what really is inside the mind of these New Orleans beavers.

Since Louisiana beavers like an aquatic life where they can feed and stay a cool life, they can make their habitats out of nothing by taking an advantage to a flowing streams and trees growing along the same stream. A beaver thinks critically in the way it will make its habitat as beautiful as it can. With the use of its powerful jaws and teeth, it gnaws trees, felling them in the stream way. If the tree falls in the stream's course way, it takes advantage of the same and fells in more branches in the river upstream. This way, as the branches are swept down the river, they come across the fallen tree and create a dam in the process. With more branches fallen, the dam will grow bigger and bigger up to the level that the beaver likes. These results to large pods that make it possible for the beaver to live in a heaven of the same. Coming to think about it, this requires great thinking in identifying the perfect place that the dam should be. This could mean that the New Orleans beaver takes its surveys and identifies a spot that it thinks is perfect for its living.