Jacksonville Armadillo Control!
Armadillos are one of the more destructive creatures that like in the Jacksonville, FL area. With Jacksonville’s warm tropical year round climate the armadillo enjoys wonderful weather to live, breed and enjoy its day to day activities. Which include Burrowing, digging holes in your yard looking for Grubs to eat and generally destroying your yard. The armadillo is generally a night time creature(nocturnal) meaning that 80 percent of the time, you will see the armadillo at night. Some of the things that armadillo do to become a pest in Jacksonville, FL include:
- Dig Burrows in your Jacksonville Yard(to live in)
- Dig up your Jacksonville Yard( in search for food)
- Dig holes under your concrete foundation
As you can tell by the things they do, they are indeed excellent diggers.
Armadillos are very odd creatures, Starting at birth! They are always Born in 4’s, Quadruplets, and all are the same sex. That’s right, when a female armadillo has babies they all look just a like and all are the same sex!! WOW. The most common type of Armadillo in Northern Florida is the Nine banded armadillo. This is a very common armadillo throughout the southern united states and the kind that nuisance wildlife removal companies have the most trouble out of. The baits of choice to catch nine banded armadillos seems to be…….Well no bait….Armadillos are caught by a trapper utilizing there natural travel patterns, since armadillos have poor eye site, they are directed into the well placed traps simply by trap placement. We have heard of people using baits like pickles, cabbage, corn and other baits,but we have found these baits to be ineffective and only help catch non target animals such as raccoons and squirrels. if you should need assistance in catching the Armadillo in Jacksonville, FL please call the number listed above. This is a pre-screened company that does wonderful work, and one Im sure you will be pleased with. If you are having troubles with armadillos in another part of the county, please click this link to be directed to our national wildlife removal operators site to help find a professional in your area.