Wildlife Removal Los Angeles Blog

Bat Removal in Los Angeles

Posted on April 1, 2014 by Animal Capture

Today Animal Capture Wildlife Control was called out to a home in Los Angeles for a bat removal. The homeowner woke up to a bat flying around in the living and was terrified. I responded right away. When I walked in the living room the bat was stuck on the wall. I put up my ladder and picked the bat off the wall. The bat was taken out front and released. For more information on bats check out our website animalcapturewildlifecontrol.com


Raccoon Removal Los Angeles, Raccoon Removal Pasadena

Posted on April 1, 2014 by Animal Capture

Yesterday Animal Capture was called out to a home in Pasadena for a raccoon using a front yard as a latrine. The raccoon kept coming back every night and going to the bathroom in the same spot in the front yard. I set up two traps and this raccoon was caught the first night. The job is ongoing…For more information on raccoon removal in Pasadena and raccoon removal in Los Angeles check out our website animalcapturewildlifecontrol.com


Filming At My House. Working On Getting A Reality Show About My Work.

Posted on March 13, 2014 by Animal Capture

I am really excited to be filming and working on getting a reality show about my work. Here we are filming at my house with my family. The show will be about a day in the life of Animal Capture Wildlife Control. The show will include me catching wildlife all over Los Angeles. You’d be surprised how much wildlife in running around the streets and hills of Los Angeles. Please follow my blog for further updates. For more information on my company and the wildlife I deal with check out my website animalcapturewildlifecontrol.com


I Could Never Imagine I Would Be Working At My Childhood hero’s house. What An Amazing Experience Meeting Barry Bonds!!!

Posted on March 13, 2014 by Animal Capture

I could never imagine I would ever get the chance to meet my childhood hero Barry Bonds. I have to say the best part was he was such a caring and genuine person. From day one he invited me in his home to show me photos on his computer of the wildlife he was having problems with. I was still in shock that I was sitting with him and having such a great conversation. Usually when I am doing jobs for celebrities they have their estate manager contact me when an animal was in the trap, but not Barry. He called me all the time and once again I was always in shock that Barry Bonds was calling me. I could never imagine Barry would be calling me and we would end up talking about all kinds of things other than my work. I have done about eight jobs for him now and I have to say I am sad to see him move, but happy to see him back with the Giants. I am so grateful that I had the chance to sit with him so many times and have so many great conversations. What an amazing guy he is! Thanks for the memories Barry and I’ll see you at the games.


Another Busy Day At Animal Capture Removing Raccoons, Skunks, Opossums, & Coyotes In Los Angeles

Posted on March 12, 2014 by Animal Capture

Today was another busy day at Animal Capture! We had a raccoon removal in Los Angeles, coyote removal in Beverly Hills, skunk removal in Los Angeles, opossum removal in Los Angeles, raccoon removal in Pasadena, and a raccoon removal in Brentwood. This is a typical day for me. Every day’s a new adventure! Check out our website for more info animalcapturewildlifecontrol.com


Skunkanator Removes Skunks From Home In Los Angeles, Skunk Removal In Los Angeles, Skunk Trapping In Los Angeles

Posted on March 21, 2011 by Animal Capture

The “Skunkanator” was called out to the Culver City area of Los Angeles for a skunk Removal. The skunks were getting in under the house and tearing up the insulation and stinking the house up really bad. The home owners daughter was sent home from school because she smelt like skunk. I set up five traps and the next day the traps were full of skunks. Five in total in one day. This is why they call me the “Skunkanator!” I specialize in skunk removal from under homes, sheds, and inside homes. I was also featured on the show “Dirty Jobs” on the discovery channel for removing skunks. Some would say I am immune to the smell, but I tell them…”to me, it’s the smell of money!” I tell people if you can’t see me coming, you can smell me coming! LOL! People ask me all the time “how do you get rid of the smell?” I use a product called “Skunk Off.” It works great! It was chemically made in a lab to eliminate the odor, not just cover it up! It is totally safe for humans, dogs, and anything else you need it for. I use it all the time! So if you have a skunk issue, you know who to call! I service most of Southern California from Los Angeles to Bakersfield. For more information on skunk removal in Los Angeles, skunk trapping in Los Angeles, skunk removal in Culver City, skunk trapping in Culver City, skunks living under home, skunks living under house, skunk spray, skunk odor, of skunk off, you can check out our website animalcapturewildlifecontrol.com or contact Jeremy Bailey @ (310) 551-0901.


Check out our youtube channel TRAPPERTV

Posted on March 12, 2011 by Animal Capture

We have created a youtube channel for people to see what type of work we do and things that people might not get to see everyday. The youtube channel is TRAPPERTV. I also created this because a lot of times I go in attics or under homes and explain to the homeowner what is going on and what I am seeing. Here is a chance for everyone to see how it is when there are skunks, raccoons, opossums and other wildlife living in your home. Here at Animal Capture Wildlife Control we specialize in humane wildlife removal from properties. We cover most of southern California from Los Angeles to Bakersfield. Jeremy Bailey has been working as a wildlife operator for over thirteen years. For more information you can check out our website animalcapturewildlifecontrol.com or contact us at (310) 551-0901.


Raccoons Rip Up Lawn In Pacific Palisades, Raccoons Tear Up Lawn In Pacific Palisades, Raccoons Tearing Up Lawn In Los Angeles

Posted on March 1, 2011 by Animal Capture

Jeremy Bailey from Animal Capture Wildlife Control was called out to this home in Pacific Palisades because they homeowner woke up to their backyard looking like this. I cam out to the home and set up four traps around the yard and ended up catching seven raccoons. We specialize in raccoon removal , raccoon trapping in Los Angeles, raccoon removal in Pacific Palisades, raccoon removal in Los Angeles, raccoons in the attic, raccoons living in the attic, raccoons living under the home, raccoons under house, raccoon diseases, raccoon roundworm, raccoons tearing up the grass, raccoons rippping up the lawn. For more information please check out our website animalcapturewildlifecontrol.com or call us at (310) 551-0901.


Raccoon Mother & Babies Removed from Laurel Canyon, Lookout Mountain Rd, Raccoon Removal In Hollywood Hills, Raccoon Removal in Los Angeles

Posted on September 4, 2010 by Animal Capture

Animal Capture Wildlife Control was called out to Lookout Mountain Rd and Laurel Canyon Rd to remove a raccoon family that was terrorizing a homeowner. He complained of a raccoon hanging out on his porch at night. When he came home at night the raccoon would not let him get up his stairs to get to his front door. He had to resort to throwing rocks at the raccoon so the raccoon would move. He finally would get into his house by running inside. I came out and set up three traps and the first night I caught three baby raccoons in one trap. I did not catch the mother raccoon. I then left the baby raccoons in the trap, gave them food and water and barricaded them. I put all kinds of wood and things around the trap and then put another trap along side the trap with the babies so the only way the mother could get to the babies was to go into the trap. The homeowner called me the next day and told me I caught the mother raccoon, but not in the trap next to the babies. I caught her in another trap not to far away. I then took the whole raccoon family and released the nest to a creek. I released them up a tree so they would all stay together. The homeowner was really happy he could finally walk into him home without a fight. For more information on raccoon removal in the Hollywood Hills, raccoon removal in Los Angeles, raccoon mother and babies, raccoons in the attic, raccoons under the home, raccoons tearing up the grass, raccoon roundworm, raccoon diseases, check out our website animalcapturewildlifecontrol.com or call us @ (310) 551-0901.


Animal Capture Wildlife Control On Dirty Jobs on Discovery “Animal Control Specialist” September 6th @ 7pm and 11pm

Posted on September 4, 2010 by Animal Capture
dirty jobs pic Animal Capture Wildlife Control On Dirty Jobs on Discovery Animal Control Specialist September 6th @ 7pm and 11pm
dirty jobs pic Animal Capture Wildlife Control On Dirty Jobs on Discovery Animal Control Specialist September 6th @ 7pm and 11pmCheck out Animal Capture Wildlife Control on “Dirty Jobs” on Discovery Sept. 6 at 7 pm…Watch Mike Rowe get sprayed by skunks!!! pix at animalcapturewildlifecontrol.com. On Janurary 5, 2010 Jeremy from Animal Capture Wildlife Control appeared on Dirty Jobs on the Discovery channel. Animal Capture Wildlife Control was on there to do skunk removal, raccoon removal, opossum removal, and dead animal removal. The first home on the show we removed a dead skunk from under the home. The smell was intense and the skunk was covered in maggots. Then we also trapped a skunk that was removed from the under floor. It sprayed us many times. The homes under floor was sealed up and the skunk was released. The next place we did was an apartment building in West Hollywood. This place was crawling with animals. We removed a skunk, raccoon, opossum, and many dead animal carcasses. We went under the building to do an inspection to see where the animals were going in and out, see if any damage was done, and see if we found any more animals. We sealed up the building and released the animals. It was a great expierence working with Mike Rowe. I get many questions about Mike Rowe, but the number one question “is Mike a nice guy and the same as he is on tv?” The answer is yes. He is such a nice guy and down to earth. He is very whitty and always having a good time. Him and his crew are a great bunch of guys. They are always pulling pranks on eachother. If you would like to see Animal Capture Wildlife Control on Dirty Jobs click link Animal Capture Wildlife Control on Dirty Jobs click link http://dsc.discovery.com/videos/dirty-jobs-animal-control/