Professional Beaver Trapper, Beaver Control & Beaver Removal Service in Alabama & Tennessee
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Beaver Removal & Beaver Control
If you have beavers affecting your home, business property or farm you have come to the right place for professional help. We are professional beaver trappers - wildlife control technicians. Our main line of work is to remove beavers that enter into properties destroying trees, willows and causing property damage or flooding. Some examples are: Beavers traveling along water ways may destroy, cut down, or damage trees and willows on your property. Beavers create large lodges and dams which flood causing damage to foundations of businesses or homes. Beavers also divert river or water ways flooding highways, golf courses crops or timber land.
Our Beaver Control Programs consist of non-lethal and lethal trapping, dam removal, beaver relocation, habitat modifications, tree rapping, fencing, water deceivers and more. Trapping, in most situations where beavers are causing damage, is the most effective, practical and environmentally safe method of control. We use the most current beaver trapping, and control techniques. If you have a beaver problem, E-mail us or give us a call to schedule our beaver removal services.
Controlling Beaver Damage
Beaver are equipped with powerful jaws that are capable of taking down large trees with ease. Although for the most part beavers are considered assets to the environment, they can sometimes become a nuisance for home landscaping, wreaking havoc on crops and flooding timber land. Most of the damage caused by beavers is a result of dam building, bank burrowing, flooding, blocked culverts and beaver cutting ornamental trees on lake front property. Some southern states where beaver damage is extensive have estimated the cost at $3 million to $5 million dollars annually for timber loss; crop losses; roads, dwellings, and flooded property; and other damage. In some states, tracts of bottomland hardwood timber up to several thousand acres in size may been lost because of beaver. Some unusual cases observed include state highways flooded because of beaver ponds, reservoir dams destroyed by bank den burrows collapsing, and train derailments caused by continued flooding and burrowing. Housing developments have been threatened by beaver dam flooding, and thousands of acres of cropland and young pine plantations have been flooded by beaver dams. Road, ditches, drain pipes, and culverts have been stopped up so badly that they had to be dynamited out and replaced. Some bridges have been destroyed because of beaver dam-building activity.
Identifying beaver damage generally is not difficult. Signs include dams; dammed-up culverts, bridges, or drain pipes resulting in flooded lands, timber, roads, and crops; cut-down or girdled trees and crops; lodges and burrows in ponds, reservoir levees, and dams. In large watersheds, it may be difficult to locate bank dens. However, the limbs, cuttings, and debris around such areas as well as dams along tributaries usually help pinpoint the area. Destruction of beaver dams alone is not recommended, as it does nothing to make the area unattractive for beavers. If you destroy the dam without eliminating the beaver they will rebuild, often starting the same day. They will use some new trees for repairs and this may accelerate the damage you were trying to stop in the first place.
Once a colony of beaver establishes its territory in a pond, lake or stream it is virtually impossible to make the beaver move somewhere else through the use of non lethal techniques. In most cases, trapping and removing the entire beaver colony is the best solution to removing the problem beaver.
Tennessee Valley Wildlife Control specializes in nuisance beaver trapping and beaver management, utilizing the most up-to-date equipment and techniques to safely and humanely remove problem beavers. The use of beaver traps in most situations where beavers are causing damage is the most effective, practical, and violently safe method of beaver control. Tennessee Valley Wildlife Control has experience dealing with problem beavers in rural, suburban, and urban environments and understands the unique circumstances that each type of environment poses. Tennessee Valley Wildlife Control provides nuisance beaver removal and management services to individuals, businesses, property managers, homeowners associations, timber companies, and municipalities.
Trapping Tennessee beaver and Alabama beaver requires a good working knowledge of beaver habits and should only be done by a professional beaver controller, or beaver trapper. Attempting to trap beaver without the proper skills can be dangerous and leave trap shy beaver that will become much more difficult to remove. The effectiveness of any type of trapping program for beaver control is dependent on the trapper’s knowledge of beaver habits, food preferences, ability to read beaver signs, use of the proper beaver traps, and trap placement.
We Remove problem Beaver from Tims Ford Lake & Normandy Lake.
We trap beaver from Guntersville Lake & Wheeler Lake.
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