Downtown Jacksonville Animal Removal and Wildlife Control
Downtown Jacksonville Wildlife Catching, Wildlife Trapping and Animal Removal Services.
Jacksonville’s Downtown is not known for animals or animal problems but in this urban environment animals have few places to go and can cause a lot of nuisance. When animals cause problems, Quick Catch is there to offer professional services to remove of prevent further intrusion.
For apartments or businesses that wish to keep the animal problem on the down low, we can accommodate providing services in a discrete manner.
Zip Codes of Downtown Jacksonville areas serviced:
32202, 32204, 32207
Downtown Jacksonville Background:
Downtown Jacksonville is the center of the largest city in area in the continental United States.
The Downtown area of Jacksonville is located on the north and south bank of the St. Johns River, and is easily accessible from two major interstate highways, I-10 and I-95, less than a half an hour from the Jacksonville International Airport or the Jacksonville area beaches.
More than 90 restaurants, 30 bars and nightclubs and nearly 120 retail and service providers are within easy walking distance for Downtown Jacksonville business employees, customers and other city visitors.
Some Common Animal Problems in Downtown Jacksonville:
- Rats / Rodents in Walls, Allies, Attics
- Squirrels Nesting in Attics
- Mice In Walls
- Raccoons In Dumpsters
- Pigeons Nesting on Windows & Garages
- Birds Nesting in Garages
- Bats Nesting Near Living Spaces
Some Downtown Jacksonville attractions:
Though shorter in length than the Northbank Riverwalk, the Southbank Riverwalk has Friendship Fountain Park, with ever-changing jets of water that soar from the Fountain, high into the air and are illuminated in changing color patterns each night.
Museum of Science & History (MOSH) began as the Jacksonville Children’s Museum, chartered in 1941 by the Association for Childhood Education. Over the years, the Museum has moved and evolved into its current location and status. Offering a varied selection of changing exhibits, the Museum displays items of interest to people of all ages, childhood to adults. There are quite a few animals at MOSH that you can see and learn more about including Snakes, Alligators and an Opossum.
Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville (MOCA) presents exhibitions, collections, educational programs, and publications to enhance an understanding and appreciation of modern and contemporary art. MOCA is a private nonprofit visual arts educational institution and cultural resource of the University of North Florida.
Jacksonville Maritime Heritage Center displays a curated collection of scale model ships, paintings, artifacts and photographs related to maritime history. The various displays at the Maritime Heritage Center are diverse, with items to interest all ages. Displays are accompanied by storyboards, which help to share insights and background information.
If you live in Downtown Jacksonville or operate business in the Duval County area and experience issues with Wildlife or Animals and need of professional wildlife removal services contact Quick Catch at (904) 859-6585.
If you don’t live in Downtown Jacksonville and live in North Florida, be sure to check our other listed service areas of North Florida or contact us for more information.