Jacksonville Beach, Atlantic Beach, Ponte Vedre Beach
If you live at in the Jacksonville Beaches and are experiencing Animal or Wildlife Problems call Quick Catch.
Although Quick Catch doesn’t deal with ocean animals we do regularly deal with Wildlife Nuisance issues of all kinds coming from and around the beaches of Jacksonville including:
- Jacksonville Beach
- Atlantic Beach
- Neptune Beach
- Ponte Vedra Beach
- and surrounding North Florida areas
Jacksonville Beach Zip Codes Served:
32227, 32228, 32233, 32240, 32250, and 32266
Common Wildlife Nuisance Problems at the Beaches:
Background of the Beaches:
Mayport is farthest north, of the Jacksonville beach communities. The rustic, historic village of Mayport has been known for fishing and shrimping for years, and is now home to casino boats as well as many seafood restaurants where the day’s fresh catch goes to the Menu. Many from the Jacksonville area visit Mayport to enjoy some freshly-caught seafood, including the local specialty, Mayport shrimp.
Mayport is also home to Naval Station Mayport a busy Naval seaport, home to the Navy’s 4th Fleet, and a Naval air facility. This Naval Station is a major Surface and Air Warfare organization, and the third largest Naval Facility in the continental United States, covering over 3000 acres.
Another attraction of Mayport is Kathryn Abbey Hanna Park, providing what many consider to be Jacksonville’s favorite biking and hiking trails. The park also offers camping and spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean and surrounding wilderness.
Parks like Hanna Park are excellent for nature lovers and commonly filled with animals such as opossums, raccoons, squirrels, snakes and other wildlife.
Jacksonville Beach is a city on the Atlantic coast of Duval County with over 4 miles of peaceful, sandy beaches which delight tens of thousands of visitors annually. Located east of Jacksonville, Florida and one of the collectively called the Beaches communities, together with Mayport, Atlantic Beach, Neptune Beach, and Ponte Vedra Beach, Jacksonville Beach has a number of interesting attractions for visitors.
The Beaches Museum & History Park includes a restored 19th century house which was once the home of the station master of the terminal for the Florida East Coast Railroad – terminal at Pablo Beach. The Florida East Coast Railroad owes its roots to Henry M. Flagler, a name synonymous with growth and development for the State of Florida. The Park is also now the home of a railroad depot which was moved from nearby Mayport, a 28-ton steam locomotive built in 1911 by H.A. Porter and Company, and a newly restored Beaches Museum Chapel. The Museum itself offers a selection of informative historic exhibits and educational archives.
Testimonial of Animal Removal Services from the Beaches of Jacksonville:
“I live in a nice community and take pride in my lawn. One day I came out to my lawn to find a bunch of lumps and hills all over the place. I thought it may have been a gopher but after calling Quick Catch discovered that it was a mole. Luckily Quick Catch was able to get rid of the mole and my lawn went back to looking normal. “- Tammy L.
If you live in one of the beaches of Jacksonville or North Florida 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 the beaches of Jacksonville but do live in North Florida, be sure to check our other listed service areas of North Florida or contact us for more information.