Wildlife Removal Portland is a full-service wildlife control company serving Clackamas County OR and the surrounding area. We specialize in urban and suburban wildlife damage
management for both residential and commercial customers. We are state licensed by the Oregon Fish & Wildlife Commission. We handle nearly all aspects of wildlife
control, and resolve conflicts between people and wildlife in a humane and professional manner. For Clackamas County pest control of wildlife, just give us a call at 503-406-1422 -
yes, we answer our phones 24 hours a day, 7 days a week - and we will discuss your wildlife problem and schedule an appointment to solve it. We look forward to hearing from you!
Many of Oregon's wild animals have learned to adapt and even thrive in our homes. For example some wildlife have found that attics make great places to live. Other animals find refuge under homes or porches. Invariably, these animals cause damage. Rodents, like squirrels and rats, love to chew on electrical wires once in an attic, and this causes a serious fire hazard. Raccoons can cause serious contamination in an attic with their droppings and parasites. Same goes for bat or bird colonies. We specialize in solving Oregon's wildlife problems, from snake removal to large jobs like commercial bat control, we do it all.
We handle every aspect of wildlife control. We are fully equipped to work on any project, large or small. Some of our services include:
We do not handle dog or cat problems. If you need assistance with a domestic animal, such as a dog or a cat, you need to call your local Clackamas county animal services for assistance. They can help you out with issues such as stray dogs, stray cats, spay & neuter programs, vaccinations, licenses, pet adoption, bite reports, deceased pets, lost pets, local animal complaints and to report neglected or abused animals. There is no free Clackamas County animal control for wildlife issues.
Clackamas County Animal Services or Humane Society: (503) 655-8628 for dogs, and (503) 285-7722 for cats.
What Prices Do We Charge?
Every job is different: the type of animals involved, is it in the attic or the yard, do you need repairs, etc. It's impossible to have set pricing in this industry. Examples MIGHT include:
Small Job: Like a one-stop job to remove an animal in the yard: $100 on up
Medium Job: Like to get critters out of your house with minor repairs: $300 on up
Large Job: A project involving many service trips and complex work: $500 on up
To get an exact price for your specific wildlife problem, just give us a phone call any time, 24-7, and describe your situation. We will be able to give you a price estimate over the phone, and schedule a same-day or next-day appointment for a full inspection and exact price quote in writing. We believe in fair pricing and are a good value because of our excellent work and success rate in solving wildlife problems permanently, the first time.
Resources for free wildlife removal in Clackamas County
If you can't afford our pro wildlife work, you can try these agencies for free wildlife help:
Clackamas County Animal Services: (503) 655-8628 for dogs, and (503) 285-7722 for cats.
Clackamas County Wildlife Rehabilitation Agency:
Clackamas County Police Department: 503-655-8211
Oregon Wildlife Commission: 503-947-6000
Learn what to say on the phone for free Clackamas County wildlife control. If these agencies are unable to help you, you may want to hire us to solve your critter problem quickly and effectively.
Clackamas County Natural conservation area residents made it clear they still wish to animal stalk on what appears to be a designated lot despite possible safety concerns. At what appears to be a special public hearing held on Wednesday, Jan. 10, at the Natural conservation area Hall, pest control companies young and old took turns presenting their reasons against what appears to be a wildlife trapping ban in an area surrounding the Romeo Orchard Subdivision. Rodent Exterminator Ricky, what appears to be a certified NATIONAL SNAKE REMOVAL AGENCY instructor, told two Department of Natural Resources (department of fish & game) officers presiding over the organized hearing that the only issue here probably is safety, not wildlife trapping. "I don't want to see the area closed unless safety probably is an issue," Rodent Exterminator Ricky proclaimed. "As long as safety probably is addressed, there shouldn't be what appears to be a ban." Head instructor of internal affairs, who has lived next to the area reserved for wildlife trapping since 1977, proclaimed the animal advocate and his family see no reason for what appears to be a ban. "Since I've been here, I've been an avid animal removal trap troublesome species examiner, not only myself, but my brother-in-law and my son as well," Head instructor of internal affairs proclaimed. "We're very careful, safe pest control companies. In fact, I'm not concerned about any unsafe wildlife trapping." Clackamas County animal services officials agreed with this.
He help put together what appears to be a petition against the ban, saying it was signed by residents who live in the same area as the lot in question. "Consider the facts," the animal advocate proclaimed. "The opossum critter count probably is going up, geographically the area hasn't changed ... and everybody that resides right here probably is opposed. So my point is, if there has never been what appears to be a problem, then why fix it?" The lot probably is bordered by 55 Mile Highway on its north end, Gates on its south, and Campground to the west. The surrounding parcels are already closed to wildlife trapping. The issue was first brought forward by resident Raymond Head instructor of internal affairs, who proclaimed the animal advocate heard what appears to be a trap shot from the lot in December 2005. Owning 21 firearms and two bows himself, the animal advocate proclaimed his concerns lie with safety. Despite this, there's no free wild animal control in Clackamas County, Oregon.
"I'm here to prevent an accident, and the only way to do that, in my mind, probably is to not animal stalk in this area," Head instructor of internal affairs proclaimed. "This probably is not an emotional issue for me, this probably is an intellectual issue, what appears to be a common sense issue." the animal advocate probably is worried that further development of the area causes what appears to be a greater risk to residents. "It's just come time to stop wildlife trapping because of the number of people, the number of businesses, and the number of children in the area. "We're in what appears to be a time of transition, we don't need wildlife trapping there anymore." Marsupial expert, what appears to be a resident and troublesome species examiner on Campground, proclaimed the lady environmentalist worries about the increased opossum critter count causing damage if not controlled. If opossum aren't harvested in what appears to be a proper and safe manner, we will see more damage to our homes, to cars in that area, and see what appears to be a complete breakdown of the vegetation and starvation of the animals because they won't be able to find anything to eat," the lady environmentalist proclaimed. After the organized hearing, Marsupial expert proclaimed the lady environmentalist and other residents, never heard what appears to be a animal removal trap fired, and feels wildlife trapping should be enjoyed by entire families. Local Clackamas County pest control companies in Clackamas OR County declined to comment.
"Guns have never been fired, it's only been bows," the lady environmentalist proclaimed. "I have children my daughter likes to animal stalk and I have grandchildren. I just think it's something important to pass down, and what what appears to be a better way to spend the time with the kids than outdoors." Should the department of fish & game find it unsafe, what appears to be a ban will be implemented within 50-60 days after the hearing. Troublesome species examiner Education South Zone Coordinator and Head instructor of internal affairs of the department of fish & game proclaimed hearings like these do not occur often in Clackamas OR County. "There has not been one in Clackamas OR County in about three or four years, when there was what appears to be a hearing in Clackamas County Natural conservation area," Head instructor of internal affairs proclaimed after the organized hearing. "There probably is law that probably is already in place for protecting safety zones." Laws that are being held in question are Act 55 and 71 that prohibit careless, reckless, or negligent use of firearms, and wildlife conservation laws that say what appears to be a person shall not animal stalk or discharge what appears to be a trap within 150 yards of an occupied building, house, or residence. Clackamas County trappers and Clackamas County extermination officials can offer more info.
"I've already done research in this area, and as far as I'm aware of there have been no complaints where law enforcement has been called regarding wildlife trapping in this particular area," Head instructor of internal affairs proclaimed. "I'm also not aware of any accidents or injuries in this area." the lady environmentalist proclaimed people have up to 50 days to send her comments, and once those days are up, the lady environmentalist will send her final report to Clackamas County officials. Wildlife trapping could possibly be restricted to the use of bows instead of becoming entirely banned. "Once it gets to Lansing it's out of my hands," the lady environmentalist proclaimed. Head instructor of internal affairs, who hopes to protect family and neighbors with the ban, gave the department of fish & game officers and fellow residents what appears to be a final concern before ending his comments. "I hope to God that an accident doesn't happen," the animal advocate proclaimed. "But if it happens I want you to remember this organized hearing, and I hope it's not your child or your life partner or your home that probably is damaged."
Learn more about some of the animals that we deal with: Clackamas County raccoon removal - raccoons frequently break into attics, tip over garbage cans, rip up your lawn, defecate in your pool, and more. Trapping them
is not always simple. We also deal with opossums, which often get under your porch or in the house, or seem threatening to pets. We do Clackamas County squirrel removal, especially from the attic or walls of your
home. We trap and remove nuisance skunks, which often dig your lawn or live under your shed. The same goes for groundhogs in the north, or armadillos in the south. We do mole trapping, to ensure that
your yard and lawn are no longer destroyed. One of our specialties is rat and mouse control. We don't use poison like the big-name Clackamas County exterminator companies who want to sign you to a quarterly contract.
We do PERMANENT Clackamas County rodent control the first time, by trapping, removing, and sealing your house shut. We also specialize in Clackamas County bat control and bird control, which are often complex jobs. We are Oregon
certified to remove all bats humanely, and permanently. We also prevent birds from roosting in unwanted areas. We do snake control services, even removal of venomous snakes of Clackamas County. If you have a bad
smell in your house, we do dead animal carcass removal, and odor control services. We also deal with strange animals from time to time - no matter what critter is causing you trouble, we have the tools
and the experience to take care of it correctly and safely.
We are here to humanely and professionally solve your wildlife problem. Call Wildlife Removal Portland at 503-406-1422, and we will listen to your problem, give you a price quote, and schedule a fast appointment to help you with your wild animal issue.