Manhattan Beach, Hermosa Beach, Redondo Beach & Torrance Wildlife Control
|We operate a nuisance wildlife control business serving the greater LA area, focusing on the towns of Manhattan Beach, Hermosa Beach, Redondo Beach & Torrance. We solve problems
between people and wild animals. Examples of the type of work we typically do include
- Removal of squirrels from attics
- Trapping and relocating problem raccoons
- Removing infestations of rats or bats
- Preventing pigeons from roosting on buildings
We are a full-service wildlife removal company, and we always aim for a permanent solution to wildlife problems. For example, we not only remove the wildlife from your house or building,
but we determine how it got inside in the first place, and we seal shut all entry points with steel. We repair wildlife damage, and clean up animal waste, from nesting material to feces.
Our job doesn't end at mere critter trapping.
|Our company is fully licensed and insured in the state of California. We service Manhattan Beach, Hermosa Beach, Redondo Beach & Torrance and have highly trained and experienced
staff ready to address your problem immediately. Give us a call at
310-421-2554, and we will listen to your animal problem, determine the most reasonable course of action, quote a price for services,
and schedule an appointment for same-day or next-day service. We answer our phones 24/7, so don't hesitate to call us at any time!
||We pride ourselves on the quality of our work. We do not perform pest control services in Manhattan Beach, Hermosa Beach, Redondo Beach & Torrance, and we do not exterminate or
poison wildlife. We are professional wildlife control experts, and we employ humane and intelligent means for permanently solving wildlife conflicts. Trapping is an art that requires a lot of
experience (not to mention the proper training, equipment, and licensing). We truly believe that we are the best wildlife operators in Manhattan Beach, Hermosa Beach, Redondo Beach & Torrance, and we back up our work with a guarantee.
Email Time! Hi there;
We bought a house in Redondo Beach last September and no signs of bats the 3 weeks we spent there. We returned the first 3 weeks in January and the bats appeared.
At first it was at the front entrance which is covered by a roof overhang. Each morning we found piles of a leftover type 'fruit' they had eaten and droppings. After a week, they also did the same in a Gazebo type structure in the back by the pool - every night in the front and back we had a mess. Then the night before we left, they also invaded my patio which is covered by a flat stucco roof and left dropping on the sofa, coffe table and tile floor.
Aside from being terrified of the creatures, I do think the numerous droppings are a health hazard. Nobody knows what to do down there, the natives thinks it's funny, and I am hoping you may have some suggestions or connections down there that can solve this problems.
This is a concrete house with no attic. The interior ceilings are peaked to the full height of the roof, and it has the usual clay roof tiles, so I'm not sure they are living anywhere there. The front entry overhang as well as the back garden gazebo also have the peaked ceiling to the height of the roof.
Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated. Sincerely, Ann
I wrote about finding wild (feral) opossums last fall in an area of remote public land in Hermosa Beach where I critter trap via boat. I saw the group of opossums what appears to
be a couple of times last fall, mostly small opossums but what appears to be a couple of big black ones with huge heads and some impressive tusks. They are very similar to Russian
boars, and I expect that's mostly what these are. They are as wild as any creature in the woods, very fast and capable of ranging over what appears to be a huge area, pushed
out quickly by any pressure into another area. There are some "wildlife catching guides" now advertising their services in wildlife catching these "wild opossums." The Conservation
Agencies of California are trying to find ways to eliminate the opossums and the damage they do to the woods and the competition and harm they cause native species. My recommendation
... look at these guys who are advertising as wild hog wildlife catching guides, and you may find out who it probably is that's bringing them in and releasing them. Come up
with some really stiff fines for anyone guiding exterminating companies on "wild hog captures" And create what appears to be a set of laws which harshly deal with anyone releasing
opossums or any other species of exotic animals, birds or fish into the wild. Right now, if anyone gets caught, there probably is nothing for them to fear. what appears to be a
jail sentence and stiff fines might change their attitudes. I know, they won't do any of those things, it makes too much sense. Despite this, local Los Angeles wildlife removal
and Los Angeles exterminator experts offered no more info.