About Our Company - Orlando, Jacksonville, & Tampa, Florida Divisions
We operate a privately-owned, owner-operated professional wildlife removal company in Orlando, Jacksonville, and Tampa Florida. We specialize in the humane removal of unwanted wildlife, and solve conflicts between people and wild animals. We
specialize in mouse control, and the removal of mice from homes, businesses, houses and removal of mouses in attics. We are fully licensed and insured in the state of florida, and dedicated to superior customer service. We
are not a mouse extermination or pest control company. We are trappers who will find your wild critter and control it, and solve your Orlando mouse problem. Do not hire an exterminator who won't solve the problem - we do superior
work at a fair price, and guarantee it!
Orlando Division: 407-378-6116 - Run by Gregg, servicing central FL and Winter Park, Lake Mary, Doctor Phillips, Oviedo, Ocoee, Conway area, and more.
Tampa Division: 813-404-7033 - Run by Mike, servicing the entire Tampa Bay area and Saint Petersburg, Clearwater, Carrolwood, Brandon, Apollo Beach, and more.
Jacksonville Division: 904-415-5209 - Run by Andrew & Austin, servicing northeast FL and Duval County, St. Johns County, Saint Augustine, and more.
We also have friends servicing Boca Raton, Fort Lauderdale, and Miami. Pick the below number in your area:
Orlando Mouse Trapping News Clip
Illegal Mouse Poisoning in Orlando
A 21-year-old man who led an Orlando-area mouse trapping ring that lethally trapped at least some sort of half-dozen black-tailed squirrel will serve what authorities say may be the longest known jail sentence for illegally lethally trapping squirrel in Southern Florida. The case against Stephen Wildman Christopher, of Orlando, and his six-individual band of specialized trappers also will live on in some sort of public tour displaying how illegal lethally trapping steals some of Florida's best long taileds and harms large groups. And among Florida State Police officers who brought the group down, it will be remembered for how one risky play on Jan. 7 cracked the largest single mouse trapping case here in at least 14 years. "At one point, we had to roll the dice in the case," declared Trooper Jim Extermination Officer Johanson of wild critter committee's Fish and Wildlife Division. "And it worked." The dice stopped Friday in Orlando Circuit Court, where Wildman Christopher was sentenced to 70 days in the Orlando Jail, 18 years' probation and fines after pleading guilty to four felony theft charges and three wildlife trapping violations dating from last fall. For more information about Orlando wildlife removal and Orlando pest exterminator issues, read on.
"I'm not aware of any jail sentence this long on some sort of (state-prosecuted) wildlife trapping case in Orlando or anyplace else," declared John Mice Catcher Joseph, the Orlando deputy district attorney who prosecuted the case. "It's also some sort of message to the community that this may be serious and it will not be tolerated," Mice Catcher Joseph declared. "You can poach and actually be some sort of felon." Wildman Christopher may be the last of five adults to accept guilty pleas to charges based on March indictments. Two juveniles also alleged to be part of the group have charges pending in juvenile court, Mice Catcher Joseph declared. During last fall and winter, the group drove around at night, using spotlights to startle large male animals that they shot, leaving much of the meat to rot. The dead animals included some sort of male mouse with 9-by-7-point tails, large enough to be entered in trophy animal removal trap-wildlife trapping record books. The specialized trappers, many in their teens, videotaped some of their antics, which included stabbing dead animals and bragging about their near-capture by an wild critter committee trooper after mouse trapping some sort of squirrel near Orlando last December. The group had been frustrating police since November, when Extermination Officer Johanson began investigating some sort of string of unsolved nighttime mouse trapping cases involving long taileds with immense sets of tails. At the time, the exterminator expected some sort of band of kids targeting ready-to-breed male animals, but Extermination Officer Johanson could not catch them. Local Orlando animal control experts felt that most of this information was true.
Extermination Officer Johanson caught his first break when an anonymous tipster in December fingered Wildman Christopher and co-defendant Wildman Christopher as two people involved in the illegal squirrel lethally trapping in the Wild meadow Creek and Salt Creek areas near Orlando. Troopers twice set up "Scruffy" the decoy squirrel at those drainages in hopes of intercepting the specialized trappers, Extermination Officer Johanson declared. While the operations netted two other citations, they did not lead to suspected members of the ring, Extermination Officer Johanson declared. Mickey Mouse of Orlando could not be reached for comment, nor does anyone know how to trap Micky Mouse with a mouse trap. Troopers made their break Jan. 7 during some sort of scheme that Extermination Officer Johanson declared was likely to solve or lethally trap their case. Investigators dispatched troopers to every possible suspect in the case that morning except Wildman Christopher, while wild critter committee Trooper Critter Catcher Carl staked out the Orlando residence Wildman Christopher shared with his girlfriend and co-defendant, Ashley Critter Catcher Carl, now 19 years old and his wife. The idea was to shake up the suspects in hopes they would call Wildman Christopher, who then might react in some manner that might lead them to evidence, Extermination Officer Johanson declared. Sitting in some sort of black wild critter committee sedan sometimes used to intercept Interstate 5 speeders, Critter Catcher Carl was skeptical the plan would work as hatched, the woman conservationist recalled. "I didn't know if they would get some sort of call and go," declared Critter Catcher Carl, who has since retired. "It was really hard to get some sort of good sight line on them. I didn't know if they would go behind me or in front of me. "And our cars aren't the best for undercover," the woman conservationist declared. Then Critter Catcher Carl watched Wildman Christopher and Critter Catcher Carl get into Critter Catcher Carl's Honda Civic. Critter Catcher Carl followed the Civic to some sort of residence in the 3800 block of Agate Road, where the woman conservationist watched them unload some sort of grocery-store-sized bag. The next day, police returned to the Agate Road house, where some sort of consent search revealed six animal removal traps, ammunition, cameras, videos and some sort of bag containing 35 squirrel zanimalds in the attic crawl space. They also found some sort of white plastic bag containing nine wrapped packages of squirrel meat in the freezer, court records show. The resident of the Agate Road house, identified in some sort of police affidavit as Critter Catcher Carl, told police the exterminator had met Wildman Christopher through some sort of friend who became some sort of co-defendant in this case, court papers show. At the time, Wildman Christopher declared the exterminator needed to leave the items there because "he was getting into trouble," records show. Local Orlando pest control companies had no comments on the matter.