Iguana Removal Lee County
Green iguanas are a serious issue in Lee County. This invasive species is responsible for damage to sea walls, concrete foundations, and canal banks in Florida due to their burrowing habits. They also damage the local ecosystem and other waterways. Thankfully, invasive iguanas are only subject to anti-cruelty laws, and as such, you can move forward with the humane removal of this non-native species.
The laws surrounding iguanas mean that on private property with landowner permission you can remove iguanas humanely. Should you not want to handle things yourself, you could also seek assistance safely removing iguanas and reducing the iguana population from a wildlife control organization like Iguana Control.
If you are a property owner with a green iguana issue, then our services can assist you with iguana removal and deterring green iguanas from returning to your property in Southwest Florida, including Cape Coral, Fort Myers, and surrounding communities. Place your trust in us to make sure that the job is done right the first time so that iguanas won’t return to your property.
Understanding the Complex Iguana Problem
Unfortunately, the process of solving the green iguana problem does not have a simple solution. Due to several complex factors, the solution isn’t as easy as simply removing a few iguanas here and there. In order to truly solve the issue, you need to have an understanding of not only how to get rid of iguanas but also how to keep them from returning to your property.
How Did the Iguana Problem Begin?
Several decades ago in South Florida, someone had a pet iguana that they couldn’t care for and decided to release it into the wild. They weren’t the only pet owners to have the idea to release their pet and soon iguanas began to populate in the subtropical climate of South Florida, which is similar to their native habitat in Central America. Fast forward to today and you have numerous nuisance iguanas posing a threat to the natural ecosystem in Florida.
What Threats Do Iguanas Pose to the Environment?
During their breeding season, iguanas dig burrows in the ground to lay their eggs, which can cause damage to sea walls, canals, sidewalks, and home foundations. While the spiny-tailed iguanas are primarily herbivores, they can be opportunistic predators that eat tree snails and native insects. They can also occasionally be found inside swimming pools, trees, ornamental plants, and other vegetation and be a nuisance to humans.
Why You Should Hire Our Professional Iguana Removers at Iguana Control
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission recommends a licensed company to deal with wild animals that are a nuisance on your property, as it can be dangerous to handle them yourself. Especially male iguanas, which can be aggressive and harm you during the process of removing them from your property. This is only one reason why you should hire a professional team like Iguana Control for iguana removal in South Florida.
Another reason why you should hire a professional company to handle your iguana problem is that it can save you time and money. Think about how much money you’d need to spend on equipment to capture iguanas properly and humanely on your property as well as the amount of time it would take to learn the ins and outs of what to do and what not to do to properly catch these animals, such as which plants, flowers, and fruits work and don’t work as bait. Instead of wasting your time learning all of these things, you can instead turn to the professional team at Iguana Control to take care of the issue for you.
Yet another reason why you should focus on hiring a professional for your iguana disposal services is that we treat the animals humanely. We make great efforts to ensure that every iguana we capture is treated humanely from the moment that it comes into our custody to the moment of disposal. If you’re concerned about the possibility of unnecessary harm coming to the animals, you don’t need to worry, as we will treat them humanely from start to finish.
How Dedicated is Iguana Control to Humane Practices?
The local ecosystem is in dire need of our help at the moment. Green iguanas have all but taken over Southern Florida and something must be done about it. That being said, we can’t forget that iguanas are living things that are just trying to survive.
This is why Iguana Control is committed to the humane treatment of the iguanas while removing them from the local ecosystem so that it can heal and begin to repair the damage that the iguanas have done to it. When you choose Iguana Control you’re choosing a company that’s committed to the humane treatment of animals and the protection of our local environment.
Contact Our Lee County, FL Iguana Removal Professionals Today for Your Iguana Control Needs
When you’ve got an iguana problem in Lee County, you need to turn to a team of professionals who know exactly how to solve your problem. Not only will we remove iguanas from your property we’ll make sure that they don’t come back using our top-of-the-line techniques. You can rest assured that when you contact Iguana Control you’re contacting the best in the business at solving iguana-related issues.
Don’t just take our word for it, contact us today for a free estimate and learn how we can take care of your iguana problem. We’re ready and willing to work with you to solve your unique issues and get control of your property back into your hands. Don’t let these invasive and pesky lizards take over your space, let us show you that it isn’t impossible to win this fight.
Contact Iguana Control today for a free estimate and see just why we come so highly recommended in the field of iguana pest control.
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