Tri-State Wildlife Removal & Exclusion - On Call 24/7!
TriState Wildlife is a Full Service, Nuisance Wildlife Company. We're a multi-generation, family run business, with 45 years of experience in the field. Our Removal techniques and wildlife expertise, have earned us a wonderful reputation over the years. Our company has been referred out by Police Stations, Municipalities, and Satisfied Customers across the tri-state area since we first began.
We specialize in the Humane Removal of Bats, Raccoons, Squirrels, Woodchucks & Groundhogs, Skunks Rats and Birds. We also offer Dead Animal Removal and Attic Decontamination & Restoration Services.
We never use Poisons, or Harmful Chemicals, and always Live Trap animals when possible. Whether your Wildlife issue is residential, or commercial, we can provide you with a lasting solution! Call Us Today! (866) 977-4607
Featured: Raccoon Trapping & Exclusion Video
* Warning: Raccoons can act aggressively and should never be approached! *
TriState Wildlife Removal Photos * Click Below for Larger ImagesBat Exclusion Project. Complete Home Seal-Up Little Squirrel Trapped During the Winter Two Adorable Raccoons Caught in the Same Trap Flying Squirrel Caught in a Live Trap Colony of Bats in a Warwick, NY Attic
Little Skunk Trying to Hide in the Garage Port Chester, NY - Bird Stuck in a Master Bathroom Using the 40 Foot Ladder to Seal a Chimney for Bats Scared Squirrel Broke a Flower Pot Bat Proofing in Progress. Sealing Up the Porch
Baby Raccoon Rescued by Hand Impressive Wing Span for Such a Small Bat Three Happy Babies Climb a Tree Together Family Group Reunited at a Sanctuary Father & Son Bat Proofing a House in Greenwich, CT
A Bat Hiding in a Play Room Air Conditioner Cute Baby Grey Squirrel Holding Onto My Glove More Chewed Electrical Wiring - Very Dangerous! Flying Squirrel Skeleton in Attic Insulation Extensive Attic Damage Caused by Raccoons
Squirrels Died in the Insulation After Eating Rat Poison Groundhog In a Live Trap, Enjoying an Apple A Family of Small Birds Was Living in This AC Unit Baby Raccoons Huddled Together For Warmth Mother & Babies Reunited after 3 Days Apart
Dead Rat Decomposing in Ceiling Greenwich, CT Raccoon Brought to Our Sanctuary Hazardous Feces Covering Entire Attic Space This Woodchuck Ate Every Flower Top in a Garden! Entry Gained by Damaging an Attic Vent
She Looks Beautiful Up Close! Flying Squirrel Hiding on a Book Shelf Impressive Wing Span for Such a Small Bat One of Eight Baby Skunks Removed From a Shed Night Vision Cam. Squirrels Coming and Going in Attic