Orange Park Animal Removal & Wildlife Control
Orange Park Animal Removal Services:
Florida is known for many things from sun and oranges to swamps and gators. Another thing that one may come to realize is there are a lot of animals in Florida and Orange Park. In some cases these critters can get in you your living dwelling and cause both damage and aggravations. In many cases these animals need to be trapped and removed to prevent the problem from getting out of control.
Common Animal and Wildlife Problems in Orange Park, FL:
Orange Park Zip Code Serviced:
Orange Park Background and History:
Back in the late 1700’s what is now the Town of Orange Park was known as “Laurel Grove”, part of a land grant given to the Pengree family by the Spanish Governor of the territory. In 1877, the Town of Orange Park was founded by developers from Boston, Massachusetts. The town property was subdivided into building lots and small farm tracts, and much of the present street system was laid out. Many lots were planted in orange trees, for eye appeal and as a cash crop. Orange Park has its own Fire and Police Departments.
There are many current and retired military personnel and families living and working in Orange Park, because Jacksonville Naval Air Station is located approximately 6 miles North of Orange Park.
Orange Park Attractions include:
Orange Park Mall offers convenient retail shopping in the southwest Jacksonville sector, in a variety of stores. Currently, the selection runs from specialty shops like Dick’s Sporting Goods and Books-A-Million to full service department stores including Belk, Dillard’s, JCPenney, and Sears. The Mall also boasts a state-of-the-art AMC 24-screen theater, and a U.S. Post Office.
Orange Park Library offers books and reading classes, electronic resources, meeting rooms, and story times for youngsters.
Orange Park Kennel Club where you can watch and wager on live greyhound racing and high tech simulcast thoroughbred and other greyhound races, as well as jai alai games across the country.
Orange Park Landing – Located 10 miles south of the Fuller-Warren Bridge, on the west bank of the St. Johns River.
Orange Park Customer Review:
“With regard to the “blind man” review: It was my uncle and yes, he is blind. What his roommate did not say was – Quick Catch completely worked with my Uncle L and my family to resolve this issue. Ryan was quick to respond to our inquiry and very quick to resolve the issue and miscommunication. My family and my Uncle L sincerely appreciate his efforts to remove the armadillo and his prompt response when we had questions regarding Quick Catch’s services. He is an individual of integrity and high moral standards and he does a great job removing nuisance wildlife. We highly recommend him and his company.” – Gwen B.
If you live in Orange Park and have Wildlife or Animal problems and are in 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.