Michigan Bat Control, Inc.

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We trap everything from mice to coyotes. We are a safe and humane wildlife relocation company. Any animals trapped will be relocated within the county removed to prevent the spread of diseases. All animals are relocated at a safe distance to prevent the animals return. We provide wildlife trapping and Relocation for all of Washtenaw County.

Animal trapping requires some skill, patience and experience. There are some things you must know when trying to trap nuisance animals from your home. Its not as simple as buying a live trap and filling it full of bait, then waiting for the animal to enter the trap.  We take pride in catching all of your nuisance animals in a timely fashion but sometimes it does take patients.  We always go for the target animal and never charge for non targeted animals.  Trapping requires some knowledge to catch the wanted critters from their disturbance areas.

raccoon Trapping

Have you been hearing scratching sounds, loud banging or walking around in the walls or attic of your home or business in Washtenaw? If so, you may have a raccoon problem! Things to know about raccoon removal and control: ​Raccoon's nocturnal animals and mostly active during the night.Raccoon's look for areas in your attic or chimney to build their dens, often times to have their young.
Trapping and relocation is the best method to solve your raccoon problem.

​Here are some things to know about animal trapping...

Skunk Trapping

Skunks in Michigan are recognizable with their black and white stripes. Generally skunks live under decks and porches. Skunks also dig holes and create dens underground. What you should know about having a skunk problem: Skunks will spray your dog or cat if they feel threatened. Skunks are most known for digging up your lawn looking for grubs and insects.
Trapping and relocation skunks works best for us. Live traps are set during the day to catch a skunk at night.

Animal Trapping Services

Serving Washtenaw county, MI

Local Animal Trapper Serving Washtenaw County, MI

Animal Capture and Relocation

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  • Know the area where the animal is living
  • Weather can play a factor in trapping
  • Know the food source of the animal
  • Look for alternative food sources

We don't assume what we are trying to trap. We investigate every situation, looking for clawing , chewing, and size of opening.  Its real important to know where the animal is entering, exiting and living.  For instance if we have raccoon's in the attic we don't want to set the traps on the ground because we can catch every raccoon in the neighborhood.  Find the opening and place the trap on the roof.  If our trap gets wet, we make sure we constantly re-bait with fresh food or lure.  

All species can be attracted to the same baits so we make sure we pick the most appropriate food or lure to bait the animal into the trap. If there are alternative food sources around where the target animal is living, we make sure we use the best baits to steer them from their other food.  Gland lures and fresh sweet baits always work the best.  Patience is key with trapping. We hope to get our target animal within 24 hours but that isn't always the case.  Depending on the eating pattern of the critter they may not always be hungry every night therefore they won' t go right into the trap. 

At Michigan Bat Control and Wildlife Solutions of Washtenaw County, MI we provide all types of animal trapping services. For a specific service we click on the image above.

We offer animal trapping services in the following cities in Washtenaw County, MI: Ann Arbor, Chelsea, Dexter, Manchester, Milan, Saline, Ypsilanti and surrounding Washtenaw county areas.

Groundhog Trapping​

You will find groundhogs in open plains or digging holes and living underground. Groundhogs in Michigan are found living under decks, in rock walls, and in hills. More info about control Groundhogs: Groundhogs dig holes under sidewalks and in rock walls creating damage.Groundhogs are trapped in love traps usually by baiting traps with vegetation like lettuce, carrots, or apples.
Holes shouldn't be filled in, because coyotes and fox will take over the den site.