This is our custom built support truck. This vehicle can carry over 400 feet of ladders as well as generate 7000 watts of household electric and has an onboard compressor to run air tools. It also transports and charges all of our cordless power tools. This truck is named North Star because I found her in Minnesota and flew out alone and drove her home.
We use this vehicle to service our traps and transport animals that we have to relocate.
This truck carries four team members and material as well as about 75 feet of ladders. We call it Texas 10 because it is a Chevrolet S10 and Jake and I flew out to Texas to drive it back to NJ.
This is a typical Hudson County wildlife removal issue. Buildings all over Hoboken and Jersey City have these old beautiful facades way up high. Because they are so high they are rarely maintained and every one of them has something rotted or sagging making them easy targets for squirrels and raccoons. If you have these issues eventually you will be calling N.J. Wildlife because we are one of the
Our Patented Squirrel and Raccoon system in action.
This bat infestation was the longest running colony I have seen to date. Not only was the population high but the amount of bat guano and urine was staggering. No match for our tunnel system though, we installed two tunnels and went back a week later and all bats were gone except one that was on the floor disoriented which we released outside.