Armadillo Removal

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Armadillo Removal Strategies

Nine-banded armadillos thrive in warmer regions across the United States, especially in the southeast and southwest. They are known for their hard-scaled armor and clawed toes used for digging. These unique creatures may look harmless but they can wreak havoc on your yards and lawns by digging near your house’s foundation or destroying your garden. If you’ve seen a burrow or damage on your property caused by one of these animals, it’s time to call the wildlife experts at Trutech to conduct a humane armadillo removal.

Our wildlife removal specialists are licensed to perform humane armadillo removal services at your home, in your yard, or in your garage. Since these animals can carry diseases such as leprosy, it is important to have an expert from Trutech conduct an efficient armadillo removal from your property.

You can trust Trutech because our expert technicians and specialists have over 100 years of combined experience in the wildlife maintenance industry. Backed by this experience, you are guaranteed that Trutech will help solve your armadillo control problems. Our specialists understand the needs of armadillos and have the tools and skills they need to control these creatures using the right precautions.

Our environmentally sensitive armadillo removal services will remove armadillos from your property ethically and efficiently. With the help of Trutech, you can protect your property from potential damage caused by armadillos.

Armadillo Problems

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Signs an Armadillo is on Your Property

If you live in Dallas, San Antonio, Orlando, Tampa, Charleston, Savannah, or Hilton Head, and you notice burrows and holes around your home, you might have armadillos.  Armadillos can cause problems when they dig in gardens and yards looking for grubs. Their feeding activities leave behind holes several inches deep, tear up flowerbeds, uproot shrubs and saplings, and destroy garden vegetables.

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Risk of Armadillo Infestation

Armadillo digging can undermine the structural integrity of foundations, driveways, and sidewalks when the animals burrow under these areas. Their digging while foraging for food and burrowing may also increase the potential for topsoil erosion. Armadillos have been known to carry the bacteria responsible for causing leprosy, which may transfer to humans who come into physical contact with the creatures.

Humane Armadillo Removal & Control Strategies

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Entry into property

Burrows may inadvertently extend beneath houses, but armadillos are not inclined to enter human dwellings. However, they may venture into residential yards, agricultural properties, and pastures in search of adequate nesting sites or food sources.

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Trapping & Removal

Individuals should never attempt to trap or handle wild armadillos without the assistance of wildlife control specialists. Trutech wildlife experts can safely remove the nuisance animals and safeguard property owners from the risk of harmful bites, scratches, and bacterial infections.

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Prevention & Exclusion

The best way to exclude armadillos from private properties is to remove their access to food sources. Colonies of ants or termites in residential areas should be eliminated, which can be a rather involved process requiring the talents of pest control specialists. Although armadillos are proficient climbers and burrowers, they can be restricted from yards and gardens by installing outward-angled fences buried at least a foot into the ground.

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Frequently Asked Questions

A scared armadillo usually jumps in the air to distract predators or runs away. When facing a human, it is not likely that the pest will bite. Armadillos have small, peg-like teeth that do not usually cause injury.

Because the pests are docile and frighten easily, armadillos are not dangerous to humans. However, these animals may cause problems by digging near foundations or damaging gardens. Residents with armadillo issues can call Trutech for safe pest removal.

Because of the danger of disease, homeowners should not try to dispose of dead armadillos on their own. As with any wild animal, handling these pests is safest with the proper equipment and training. Residents with concerns about armadillos can contact the wildlife experts at Trutech.

Burrowing animals are definitely attracted to old hollowed out tree stumps. To determine the species an inspection would be needed, because multiple burrowing animals would be attracted to that area. Example. Armadillo, Raccoon, Skunk, etc. If you were seeing areas around the tree stump or in your yard that have been rooted up, then the target animal may be Armadillos.

Armadillos thrive in warm, subtropical climates. Cold weather can wipe out an entire armadillo population. You are most likely to find armadillos in warm southern cities like Dallas, San Antonio, Orlando, Tampa, Charleston, Savannah, and Hilton Head

The most common animals that dig burrows and create holes in your yard are gophers, moles, voles, and chipmunks