How to trap for
Hollywood, Florida armadillos cannot be baited or lured into a trap
because their food is everywhere!. Hollywood armadillos do not respond to bait. Learn the trapping
methods to use to catch and remove armadillo..
Armadillo Trapping and Removal Photos
The Wildlife Patrol armadillo photo gallery has some of our best photos of this
Hollywood critter that we've taken over the years of providing Florida
Signs of Armadillo Digging
Armadillo dig 2 kinds of holes - shallow feeding holes and deeper shelter holes. The shelter holes are
armadillo burrows and can extend up to 25 feet. The surface holes are cone-shaped and dug as the critter
searches for grubs.
Removing and Preventing Armadillos
Wildlife Patrol removes Fort Lauderdale armadillos through trapping and by hand
if they are on site when our trappers arrive. Armadillos are not a dangerous animal, but searching their burrows can be dangerous if
other pest animals, such as diamondback rattlesnakes - reside in their burrow.
Stop Armadillo Digging Through Trapping & Removal
Armadillos distress Florida homeowners with their digging talents. Neat lawn one day...
ugly holes the next.
Armadillos rip up fresh sod in their pursuit of grubs.
These Coral Springs critters dig burrows for temporary shelter. If the burrow extends under a building, the concrete foundation may be
Use a large raccoon size cage trap to remove unwanted armadillos from lawns, gardens, orchards, golf courses and other areas. These
armadillo traps are most effective when "wings", or temporary fencing,
are added to direct the armadillo into the trap. Set the traps in the area where the damage is occurring, for example,
around the house, in the flower garden, or in the vegetable garden. The trap can be used to capture and relocate armadillos. Follow the links
above to learn
more and see why our company provides the best Fort Lauderdale armadillo control.
Armadillo & Animal Trapping
Stop Animals Digging Up Lawn - Coral
Springs Armadillo Removal: Armadillos cause digging damage to
areas such as the lawn, parks, and golf courses. This damage is due to this mammal's diet of
insects living underground. While digging and searching for food, an
Florida armadillo can tear up turf,
digging small to medium holes or large burrows. Miami residents who spend many hours creating a nice lawn do not appreciate their grassy front yard
becoming a mine field!
These Fort Lauderdale pests can also cause great damage to fruit trees. The burrows (which
can be up to 25 feet deep) often disturb the root systems of trees and shrubs.
The animal's burrowing activity also
damages concrete slabs, making pockets beneath the concrete that weakens the foundation of homes.
Homes built off-grade are not immune to armadillo problems. Their tunnels help create
water run-off problems and often cause flooding beneath homes. These
critters need to be trapped and removed to stop them.