951-666-2555 We run a professional wildlife removal business operating in Corona, California. We service the whole Riverside metropolitan area, and do much of our work in Corona. We are a full-service
Corona animal trapping and removal company. We specialize in wildlife only, and are not like a regular Corona pest control company or Corona exterminator. We use humane methods to
solve wild animal problems in California. We solve the root of the problem, by performing home repairs to keep animals out, and preventative measures in addition to critter trapping
and removal. We offer a variety of services, from animal damage repair to waste cleanup, dead animal removal and odor control, and more. We handle several nuisance wildlife
species, including squirrels, raccoons, snakes, skunks, and opossums. We also perform bat removal and bird control services, and rodent control, including poison-free mouse and
rat removal. Give us a call any time at 951-666-2555 to discuss your Corona animal control issue, and to schedule a fast appointment.
Corona wildlife control tip of the month:
What should I do with a raccoon after I catch it?
It may not be legal to catch raccoons in some states, but there are states that mandate the use of an on-site
euthanasia or on-site release, but if you have trapped a raccoon and would like to relocate it, you must keep some
things in mind. First, take the raccoon to a place that is more than 5-10 miles away from the Corona pest control capture site or else,
there is a high probability that it will come back again and find its way back to your home. Next, do not ever leave
the animal in the cage for a long time, it will be a stressful time for them and it will be dehydrated after hours of
not eating and drinking.
You can give it water using a hose if it has been trapped for some time. Don’t give food. It will not be interested to eat.
But if you will give wet food like slices of oranges, that may be eaten. Always be careful in handling the cage, be cautious
with your fingers, don’t stick it in the bars of the Corona wildlife removal cage. Always be very careful when you release the animal, it will not attack
you, since its mindset is to get away as quickly as probable. But of course, that doesn’t mean that you need to compromise your
welfare while releasing the animal, if it will be cornered it will bite you, but that will be out of survival and self-defense.
You must be very careful at all times.
The law may forbid the release on the public lands. As to what area is the best for raccoons as a relocation, this is still under
debate. A lot of people think that these foes must be taken to the woods where they are meant to stay. A lot of people suggest that
they can be taken to an area that is yet to develop, but with enough water supply. But still the other Corona animal trapping argue about the animals that
has been caught in the urban or in the suburb Corona animal control areas are used in the environments and that will fare much better in various places, but
they will surely bring the same problems they have brought in your place.
But what about the baby raccoons? What must be done with them? When it comes to the release of the babies, it is not recommended to
release them with the mother until they are mobile and can walk on their own. If you have trapped the babies with the mother, release
the babies first and then the mother. The little ones are often abandoned if the mother is not well versed so you must check the release
site first until you are sure that the babies have been taken. Corona exterminator experts suggest that babies must be left in the yard because the mothers
must have an alternative hub for them.
To learn more about our Corona pest animal removal services, visit the Riverside animal trapping and removal home page or give us a call at 951-666-2555.