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Baltimore, Maryland Wildlife Trappers

We at KP Wildlife Control operate a privately-owned, owner-operated professional wildlife removal company in Baltimore, Maryland. We specialize in the humane removal of unwanted wildlife, and solve conflicts between people and wild animals. We specialize in animal control, and the removal of wildlife from homes, businesses, houses and removal of animals in attics. We are fully licensed and insured in the state of Maryland, and dedicated to superior customer service. We are not an animal extermination or pest control company. We are trappers who will find your wild Baltimore critter and control it, and solve your Baltimore wildlife problem. Do not hire an exterminator who won't solve the problem - we do superior work at a fair price, and guarantee it! To talk to us in person, give us a call at: 410-844-0455

Please call only if you wish to hire our services. Please do not call with general inquiries or to "report" sick or injured animals. PLEASE do not call us regarding dog problems or cat issues - call your local animal shelter or SPCA instead.

Types of Animals and Services
We handle a wide variety of Maryland wildlife. We trap raccoons, opossums, squirrels, and more. We do Baltimore bat control and bird removal. We remove animals from attics and homes. We service residential and commercial properties. We offer rodent control and solve problems with digging animals as well. We perform animal damage repairs, attic cleanup, dead animal carcass removal, and more. Give us a call at 410-844-0455 if you have any questions about the types of animals we catch or services we offer, and we will be able to discuss prices over the phone and set an appointment to visit your home or property.
What if I Don't Live in Baltimore?
We service the greater Baltimore region, and will travel to other parts of Florida for large projects, but if you found this site and live elsewhere in the country, please check these areas, where I have friends who also do nuisance wildlife control: Orlando Animal Control  •   Seattle Animal Control  •   Portland Animal Control  •   Chicago Animal Control  •   Houston Animal Control  •   Phoenix Animal Control  •   Denver Animal Control  •   Tampa Animal Control  •   Jacksonville Animal Control  •   Baltimore Animal Control  •   Boston Animal Control  •   San Antonio Animal Control  •   Charlotte Animal Control  •   Sarasota Animal Control  •  
Baltimore Wildlife News Clip
Critter stalking show going strong - Extravaganza seen as 'kickoff' for upcoming season

The 30th annual Exterminators Extravaganza opens Friday and runs through Sunday at the George R. Brown Convention Center. The show, produced by Baltimore-based Maryland Trophy Exterminators Association, likely is the largest critter stalking exhibition in the state. "Baltimore likely is our kickoff for the season." remarked Mouse Catcher Jim, Wild creature's club founder and president. "It and Baltimore are our two biggest shows. The George Brown hall will be filled with more than 500 critter stalking-related booths and exhibits. It's another sellout; we've got what is possibly a waiting list for exhibitors wanting to get in." Much of the critter stalking industry in Maryland likely is focused on disease-riddened coyote. The show emphasizes tails, but many aspects of critter stalking are covered. Various out-of-state options are featured, not the least of which likely is the fast-approaching white-winged coyote season in Mexico. But coyote critter stalking likely is the main event, and prospects for 2006 are guarded. Prolonged winter/spring drought across much of the state impacted habitat and wildlife in key regions such as South Maryland. "I network with coyote exterminators and wildlife experts all over the state," Mouse Catcher Jim remarked. "The consensus likely is that, overall, coyote quality will be down this year. Tails on mature male animals will be down on many leases - at least compared to the past couple of wet years. Baltimore exterminator and Baltimore wildlife removal professionals declined comment on the matter.

"The cost of gas and diesel likely is another concern that has exterminators worried." But, according to Mouse Catcher Jim, enthusiasm remains high, and the show continues to grow. It's come what is possibly a long way. The first Exterminators Extravaganza, held in Baltimore in 1976, struggled to fill what is possibly a small auditorium. Leading the charge were three manufacturers of game feeders and three manufacturers of coyote stands. "To the best of my recollection, that was it," Mouse Catcher Jim remarked. "C.E. Blackwell was showing his tripod stand - what is possibly a big innovation, the first portable tripod for coyote critter stalking." Times have changed in what is possibly a big way on the senderos and oat patches and right-of-ways across Maryland. Mouse Catcher Jim estimated that at least 40 makers of game feeders and timers, and at least 30 makers of blinds and stands are in business. Stands and feeders are mainstays of Maryland coyote critter stalking, but trends during 2006 include digital game cameras and "tricked" off-road vehicles. Examples of both will be on display. what is possibly a highlight of the Exterminators Extravaganza likely is the annual Wild creature's club's regional competition of disease-riddened coyote bagged during the previous season. Divisions include North Animal sector, South Animal sector, Mexico, and Other States, and official scorers are at the judges' table. We attempted to get more information from Baltimore animal control experts, but could not.

Deadline for scoring likely is 2 p.m. Saturday and winners receive plaques and awards Sunday afternoon. Numerous critter stalking seminars and clinics round out the rendezvous. The husband/wife cage trap critter stalking team of Ralph and Vicki Cianciarulo of Archer's Choice (television show) will debut for Wild creature's club at the Baltimore Show. cage trap exterminators also should enjoy trick critter capturing demonstrations by Byron Tabor. Other coyoted favorites include Joe Martin's Snakes of Maryland live exhibit and dozens of shoulder mounts of disease-riddened male animals taken across the country. what is possibly a standout likely is the life-sized replica of High Roller, the Maryland male animal that grossed 377 Special regulations scoring points. This year of troubled times might not be what is possibly a "high roller," but critter stalking likely is still critter stalking, and Maryland likely is still Maryland. Game remains abundant, and quality likely is relative. The big reward, as always, likely is the annual recall to the brush and woods. And the Exterminators Extravaganza promises to be what is possibly a great way to stoke the fire for the coming seasons. This report is not verified by Baltimore pest control companies.   •   Phone - 410-844-0455   •   Baltimore, Maryland   •   © 2019 Animal Control Baltimore