We specialize in the humane, non-lethal approach for removal of wildlife from your home or business including raccoon removal and skunk removal.  We cover the entire San Francisco Bay area, including the East Bay and North Bay. We specialize in solving problems with raccoons, skunks, bats, foxes and other wildlife.

The Wildlife Detectives Difference

Did you know that anyone who does ANY repair work on your home, and the repairs amount to $500 or more, MUST be a licensed general contractor in the state of California? Yes, this is true.

This California consumer protection law, Business & Professions Code § 7031(a) was passed to prevent unlicensed contractors from doing work that should be performed by a general contractor that is fully licensed.

This law applies to ALL companies, including those that do wildlife exclusion work.

The humane wildlife exclusion work done by Wildlife Detectives has several components.

1) Diagnosing the problem – determining how the animal(s) got in.
2) Humane Eviction – getting animals out non-lethally and humanely, and ensuring mother and babies stay together.
3) Repairing and securing all entry points to prevent the animals from re-entering your home or business.

The owner of Wildlife Detectives, David Martins is a licensed contractor in the state of California, in addition to being fully licensed with California Dept. of Fish & Wildlife.

We know there are other companies in the SF Bay Area that do wildlife exclusion work, however not all are in compliance with California state law.

This is just one example of what sets Wildlife Detectives apart from our competitors.

Call us. We are experts and here to help with animal pest removal.

Department of Fish and Wildlife Trapping license: 65504

From raccoons living inside your attic to a skunk living under your home, Wildlife Detectives identifies what type of animal has taken up residence, and if babies are present. Using our “hands off” humane techniques, we ensure no animals are harmed, and that mother and young stay together. We then seal up entry points to prevent a re-occurrence.

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