Miramar Wildlife and Animal Removal

Pest Animal Removal Miramar - Wildlife Control

Welcome to Pest Animal Removal Miramar! We are a wildlife removal company servicing Miramar, FL. We are the #1 wildlife removal service in the area because we are able to remove any problem animal humane have. It doesn't matter whether you have an issue with a mammal, reptile, or bird. Our exceptional staff is able to assist you right away. We have staff on duty 24 hours a day every day of the year, which means we are often able to provide same-day appointments, but will have a technician out to you within 24 hours of your call. We understand you may be having an emergency, and are ready to assist you when that is the case. No animal is too big or small for us. We handle everything from small rodents like chipmunks, rats, mice, and squirrels, to snakes, birds, bats, and raccoons. We are also able to help you with a skunk removal issues. We only use humane techniques to remove these animals. No poisons or dangerous traps are ever used. However, we still effectively remove these animals in every case. Our technicians are trained in state-of-the-art techniques and equipment and undergo rigorous training every year. We make sure that we remain on top in this industry, and you can be sure that if you call us we are going to handle your wildlife issue. Call us now at 754-217-2862 for your Miramar wildlife control needs.

About Pest Animal Removal Miramar and Our Services:

Same-day or next-day appointments.

Property inspections and in-attic inspections.

Humane wildlife trapping and exclusion.

We repair wildlife damage and prevent re-entry.

Attic restoration and decontamination.

Specializing in wildlife only - no poisons.

Miramar rat control and rodent removal

Experts in Florida bat removal from buildings.

Raccoon and skunk removal in Miramar

Removal of animals in the attic, like squirrels.

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Miramar Wildlife Removal Tip of the Month: What You DON'T Know About the Florida Opossum's Tail!

Opossums are probably one of the most misunderstood Miramar wildlife creatures. Aside from being mistaken as a part of the rodent family, people think that they have an aggressive nature due to their unattractive appearance. Their furless tail has contributed to their unique appearance. However, this tail actually plays a key role in maintaining the balance of the creature when they are climbing on trees and other high structures.

The Unique Function of the Opossum's Tail

The hairless tail of the Florida opossum is quite capable and flexible that allows them to function in a variety of manners. A young opossum will often be seen hanging upside down on trees but the adult possum will not be able to do it since their tail is quite short and will not be able to support its weight. In this article, we will take a look at the multiple function of the opossum's tail.


Opossums are known as arboreal Miramar creatures which mean that they will spend most of their time in the tree. Nonetheless, there are also times when they will visit the ground. The Virginia Opossum has a tail that is capable of grasping that helps them climb the tree. It helps in stabilizing their position when they are climbing on high places. This is a trait that is similar to the capuchin monkey. Unfortunately, unlike the capuchin monkey, the adult opossum will not be able to support their entire weight using its tail.

Its Function is Similar to Mouse's Tail

The function of their tail is somehow similar with the tail of the Florida mice, to keep them balanced. Just like the rodent, they try to maintain their balance when climbing tree by using their tail. This allowed them to move swiftly on trees that enable them to avoid the threat of the predators.

How About the Other Variety of Miramar Opossums?

Similar to the Virginia opossum, its Australian counterpart also has that signature prehensile tail. This helps them adapt in an arboreal style of life. Pygmy possum, can also hang in its tail but only for a short second. They have a relatively short tail that will not support their body. Their tail can also help them climb tall structures. 

Opossums are generally harmless. They would rather flee the site when they encountered danger. They will also collapse and go into a comatose state if they were startled. The disease they may carry is also significantly lesser compared to other nuisance creatures (and even your pet). They have a high resistance against venom and rabies. They will hunt pests, insects, and venomous snakes. While they may have a hideous appearance that has been accentuated by its hairless tail, they are harmless to a fault. When encountering an infestation with possum, there are humane methods that you can use to guarantee that the creature will not be harmed. You may also seek the help of the experts that will remove the creature from your property in a safe and appropriate way.