Types of Wildlife
WE WORK WITH MANY NATIVE SPECIES
OF WILD ANIMALS IN TENNESSEE

One of the most admirable and attractive features of Nashville and Clarksville, TN is the beautiful nature that surrounds our cities and farmlands. But with nature comes wild animals, which can unexpectedly turn into a nuisance for land and property owners. Common local wildlife here in Tennessee, like bats, raccoons, squirrels, birds, and chipmunks, are highly destructive, and even dangerous. Many are known carriers of infectious diseases and microscopic parasites, all of which are easily transmissible to both humans and pets. With real life risks like these, you do not want nuisance wildlife posing any threat to your home, business, or loved ones.

Here at Smoky Wildlife Control, we fully-understand the behaviors and habitats of all native Nashville and Clarksville, TN wildlife, making us your greatest advantage when nuisance animals become a problem for you. We are a full-service, TWRA licensed animal control and removal company that works with all local species of wildlife here in Nashville and Clarksville, TN, and the Greater Nashville and Clarksville, TN areas. Our licensed and insured animal trappers have more than 25 years of experience working with bats, raccoons, flying squirrels, chipmunks, skunks, opossums, armadillos, and many more species of common nuisance wildlife.

Animal removal service is more than just getting rid of animals. It is important to seal them out, prevent their return, and clean up the mess they left behind. In addition to offering comprehensive wildlife removal services, we also provide cleanup and repair work to get your property back to its original condition, prior to any animal infestation or tampering. If you have to file a claim to clean up or repair animal damages inflicted to your home or business, we can operate alongside most national and local homeowners’ insurance companies to perform the work for you.

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