Fernandina Beach Animal Removal and Wildlife Control

Fernandina Beach and Amelia Island Animal Removal Services.

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Nutria Removal Services

Quick Catch is located in Jacksonville and offers Animal and Wildlife Nuisance removal services to residents and businesses in North Florida and surrounding areas. We have helped many people through-out North Florida not only resolve their animal issue but also prevent future animal issues from occurring with our animal prevention services.

Fernandina Zip Code Serviced:

32034

Fernandina Beach / Amelia Island Background

The City of Fernandina Beach is located on beautiful Amelia Island off the Atlantic coast at Florida’s northeast border. Amelia Island has over 400 years of recorded history under eight flags, which include the flags of France, Spain, and England, and is dotted with beautifully restored Victorian homes, some of which allow tours or serve as charming bed and breakfast sites. Amelia Island’s Victorian-style mansions, historic shopping district and seaport village make this destination a charming vacation spot. With 13 miles of pristine beaches, abundant wildlife and clear, calm waters, Amelia Island provides a quaint charm which has been a popular destination for generations.

Fernandina Beach hosts the popular Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival which includes a Pirate’s Parade a mock Pirate Invasion of the town, and a lot of delicious shrimp. (Fernandina Beach is considered to be the birthplace of the modern shrimping industry.)  Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance provides open displays of an incredible collection of fine cars, art, wines, and a variety of related activities. Fort Clinch is located in a National State Park on the northern end of the Island; period reenactors provide a glimpse of earlier garrison life to visitors. The National Park also offers camping, swimming, fishing, hiking and beachcombing activities to Park visitors.

Review from Satisfied Customer

“Quick Catch is the real deal when it comes to animal removal. I’ve seen the owner Ryan Boyd give a great presentation on animal removal and prevention. I was really impressed with this knowledge about the various animals and his passion providing good service.” – Kenny H.

The Amelia Island Museum of History, situated in the heart of the City of Fernandina Beach, is a great place to learn more of the Island’s interesting history. The Museum shares more than 4,000 years of natural and human history http://www.ameliamuseum.org via historic artifacts and a selection of displays and photography chosen to highlight the area’s rich history.

The Island is also site for excellent Golf and luxurious Spas, offered by well known hotel chains such as the Ritz Carlton and the Omni.

If you live in Fernandina Beach or Amelia Island and have Wildlife or Animal problem and need of professional wildlife control services contact Quick Catch at (904) 859-6585.

If you don’t live in Clay County and live in North Florida, be sure to check our other listed service areas of North Florida or contact us for more information.

Fernandina Beach Animal Control


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