We haven't posted in a while so here is a quick walkthrough of our job in Bryant Pond, ME. ... See MoreSee Less
Nice watch. 🤩
Young man's learning it isnt as easy as it appears. ... See MoreSee Less
I dont know about you but I'm ready for some of this after all this heat. Love the cold. ... See MoreSee Less
I need to go this year!
It's been a while since I posted. What a kick off to the spring and summer. Groundhogs galore, raccoon calls have been crazy, bat calls are on the rise. The only thing that has slowed down is squirrels.
I can't thank Naomi (my wife) enough for being there beside me through it all. This beautiful lady can work. She is right there climbing ladders and getting on the roofs as well as helping me pull raccoons out of walls. A few scary moments but I couldn't do it without her. ... See MoreSee Less
Tough women,them Hudons
Aawwww. Look at you all sappy! Naomi Joy Francis did you write this? 😂😂😂
This particular beaver job in Greemwood, Maine required a tad bit of work. The canoe was quite freighted and let me add it is not easy to manage a large spool of fencing while wading through a swamp.
The set up did pay off with this adult beaver. ... See MoreSee Less
Few lucky men make a living in pursuit of big hairy beaver
One adult groundhog and one pup caught in Naples, Maine. We still have a few more that need to be captured. ... See MoreSee Less
1 month ago
Red Fox pup. Poor mother was run over. ... See MoreSee Less
What do you do with the baby?
Caught another adult beaver yesterday. Job can be closed out now. Unfortunately according to state biologists lethal methods are preferred at this time due to conflicts with relocating. ... See MoreSee Less
One adult and one kit taken from one of my neighboring towns. These beavers cut down just about every tree from the back yard. ... See MoreSee Less
Need who to speak to for removal of at least four dams. Salmon used to breed in those brooks when I first moved here!
Way to go!
4 months ago
Its that time of season again. Raccoon, Skunks, Groundhogs and bats will be awakening from their slumber and will be on the move.
Raccoons have their young now and often times they will raise them in chimneys and attics. Sometimes it will be under a structure as well.
Skunks, in my opinion made an early appearance. These guys are infamous for burrowing under decks, sheds and other portions of the ground near your home.
Groundhogs will be (if they already havent in some areas) moving soon and foraging for food.
As soon as we start getting some warmer temps the bats will be coming out and taking flight. Around the middle to end of May through August they will be giving birth and rearing their pups. It is during this time we can not evict them from your home. So, if you want them gone make sure you give us a call so we can start the process. Otherwise we will have to wait until August.
Squirrels are still very active within the homes. All species will be giving birth in the spring so dont wait to get this taken care of. ... See MoreSee Less
5 months ago
We made this video in Hope's of educating people out there that maybe experiencing squirrel and/or bat problems. If there are any questions please feel free to ask here or you can call, text or email us. Thanks for watching. ... See MoreSee Less
Oh no! Weasel loose it truck part 2. ... See MoreSee Less
Guess it’s a good place to let him out. Although you could become the new Three Stooges!!
Well I don't feel so bad about my truck anymore, yours is way more filthy lol.
I'm laughing my butt off at your assistant......I did get the end of my glove chomped on this morning by a weasel.... They are so fast.
I'd watch this show.
Oh no! Weasel loose in truck! Part 1 ... See MoreSee Less
Got one playing in the barn, may have been this summers house guess.
We just found this little guy in our house. He’s gone to live at the Saco River Wildlife Refuge in Limington. They’ll take care of him until spring when they’ll release him. All you rescue folks rock!
I found myself tipping my phone around trying to "help" you get the door on.... lol
You the man
Received an extremely wonderful call today from a property management company that takes care of all the Walmarts and some of the schools throughout Maine. They are looking for a nuisance wildlife control operator to handle their wildlife problems. They decided to choose us for this work. What a testimony to all the hard work by all people involved in making All American Wildlife Control company the company it is today. ... See MoreSee Less
0224 in the morning. One last break and the final push for this insanely long day and evening. Believe me this isn't by choice. We have to stay ahead of bad weather. We will most certainly be taking the rest of the day off. Should get home between 0600 and 0700. ... See MoreSee Less
All American Wildlife Control is in Farmington, Maine.
7 months ago
This is a very large pigeon removal and attic restoration job. Approximately 70-80 pigeons had to be removed then pull out all insulation and bird and bat waste. ... See MoreSee Less
That is a yucky job to do.
So glad your business has taking off.
I bet my son never expected to get this dirty today. Squirrel work isnt the cleanest job in the world. ... See MoreSee Less
Looking for highly motivated and qualified individuals to join our team as a nuisance wildlife control operator.
Must have a valid driver's license and vehicle. Preferably a truck but not necessary.
Must be comfortable with heights and performing various duties from a ladder.
Must have a general knowledge of power tools and carpentry.
Pay is based on qualifications. Call us @ 2075151110. ... See MoreSee Less
This guy or gal is a very efficient hunter. That is one pigeon that has had better days. ... See MoreSee Less
This beautiful bird was assisting us in our pigeon removal job. ... See MoreSee Less
Dakota, Dakota! He's your man! If he cant evict squirrels, no one can. Sorry, best I could come up with on the spot. ... See MoreSee Less
Maggie Soule This is the guy I was talking about today. Hope the squirrels were released successfully tonight! 🙂