Wildlife Removal in Frederick County Maryland

Destination Wildlife Control and Master Trapper offer top-rated services for nuisance animal removal, emergency services, animal exclusion services, dead animal removal and animal clean-up services in Frederick County Maryland.

Our master trappers not only removes wildlife from your home or office but also use high-grade exclusion materials to ensure the animals are gone permanently. We offer removal and exclusion of squirrels, raccoons, bats, foxes, snakes, beavers, groundhogs, possums, skunks, voles, dead animals, and animal cleanup on your property.

Frederick County Maryland (240) 446-8241

Possums can be noisy, destructive, and even a little bit aggressive

Signs You Have a Possum Problem on Your Northern Virginia Property

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If you are dealing with a possum problem on your property, you’re going to want to take the necessary steps to do everything and anything you can to eliminate it…

Squirrels can be adorable but also carry disease

4 Ways to Solve Your Squirrel Problem in Your Northern Virginia Home

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If you have been dealing with a squirrel problem in your home here in Northern Virginia, you probably have begun to feel at your wits end and are likely more…

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Skunk Problem on Your Northern Virginia Property? When to Hire a Professional

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“Oh boy, a skunk!” said nobody ever. These animals may very well deserve your respect but you do not deserve the torture of smelling their stench or putting up with…

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3 Reasons Why Foxes Return to Your Northern Virginia Home

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Your home is probably quite a beautiful place, especially if you live in northern Virginia. Then it only makes sense that certain species of wildlife might find your property just…