Ann Arbor Wildlife and Animal Removal

Pest Animal Removal Ann Arbor - Wildlife Control

Welcome to Pest Animal Removal Ann Arbor! We are a wildlife removal company servicing Ann Arbor, MI. We guarantee that we'll tick all the right boxes for you and your wildlife control problem - Removal of the animal - tick. Sealing up of the building - tick. Making the surrounding land unattractive to critters - tick. Clearing away all biological and waste evidence of the animal ever being there - tick. Relocating captured critters ten or more miles away to ensure they can't come back - tick. Doing the whole job quickly and effectively, without additional charges - tick. What more could you ask for? Call us now at 734-217-2516 for your Ann Arbor wildlife control needs.

About Pest Animal Ann Arbor and Our Services:

We answer our phones 24/7.

Thorough inspection of your property and attic.

Nuisance wildlife trapping and removal.

Attic restoration and decontamination.

We never use poisons! We don't handle insects.

Licensed and insured in Michigan

Bat control in Ann Arbor - removal from attics

Ann Arbor raccoon removal and skunk removal.

Dead animal removal, inside and outside.

Ann Arbor snake removal and prevention.

Bird Removal and Prevention

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Our Service Range

Ann Arbor Wildlife Removal Tip of the Month: Surprising Best Foods to Bait a Michigan Raccoon

Luring a Michigan raccoon is not as easy as it seems. However, even foxiest raccoons can easily fall for fatty meats and food item which are sweet. Let's have a look at experts' tips of Havahart®.

Baiting a Raccoon Trap
An appropriate selection of raccoon bait is important, but it's not all you need to do. A trickier step is to place your bait. It may depend upon the type of bait being used.

Proper placement of bait will:

  • Let a raccoon enter the trap from head to tail.
  • Will compel targeted raccoon to step on the trigger which is a metallic plate.
  • Will be placed according to the type of the trap, that may be a single or double door type.

  • SINGLE-DOOR TRAP - Bait at the End of Trap
    Bait is placed at the end of the trap behind the trigger at an appropriate distance from the wall to save it from getting stolen.

    DOUBLE-DOOR TRAP - Bait at the Center of Trap
    Either bury your bait in ground exactly below the trigger, or you may hang it above the trigger.
    Best Ann ArborRaccoon Baits
    Fats and sugar-rich foods are the ones Michigan raccoons love. However, it doesn't only rely on them. In short, they love the variety in their meals. A sweet bait is always preferred to avoid trapping any other wildlife.

    Favorite raccoon baits include:
  • Watermelon
  • Fresh, smoked or canned fish
  • Marshmallows
  • Cooked fatty meat
  • Wet cat food
  • Sweet corn
  • Crisp bacon
  • Honey or sugar-coated vegetables

  • Expert Baiting Tips
  • Place a brick or any other weight over your trap. It will help to stabilize the trap while raccoons try to knock over it.
  • A trail made by a small amount of bait helps an Ann Arbor raccoon to fall for the trap.
  • Raccoon may smell the human scent and flee. Don't forget to wear gloves.