Wednesday, April 30, 2014

New article in the Traverse City Record Eagle Newspaper

Glenn Puit: Trapper Ron and the hunt for critters

http://m.record-eagle.com/TRE/pm_104246/contentdetail.htm?contentguid=j9MC9hOw


Thanks
Ron Baker

Thursday, February 06, 2014

We Now Offer Services For Leelanau & Grand Traverse Counties


LEELANAU COUNTY OFFICE
(248) 939-0314
 
METRO DETROIT OFFICE
(734) 981-4774
 
 
Trapper Ron's is happy to announce the opening of our new branch in Leelanau county. We are now available to handle all wildlife nuisance issues for Leelanau and Grand Traverse Counties. You can call the numbers above or schedule and appointment at WWW.TRAPPERRON.COM
 




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 Good Luck,
 Ron Baker
 a.k.a. Trapper Ron

 Phone: 248-939-0314 (Eastern)

 Humane Animal Removal & Relocation Services.
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Wednesday, December 12, 2012

"I've Been Skunked" Now on Kindle

Trapper Ron has written a comical book on the trials of Wildlife Trapping. Great bathroom reading for three buck on kindle.

Thursday, July 12, 2012

OUR NEW OFFICE NUMBER

OUR NEW OFFICE NUMBER
(248) 939-0314


Trapper Ron is a local wildlife nuisance animal control operator serving the Farmington Hills and surrounding cities with solutions to animal control issues. We will be publishing this newsletter on a monthly basis, if you find this information useful please signup to receive regular updates and animal control stories.

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Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Our New Office Number

Trapper Ron is a local wildlife nuisance animal control operator serving the Farmington Hills and surrounding cities with solutions to animal control issues. We will be publishing this newsletter on a monthly basis, if you find this information useful please signup to receive regular updates and animal control stories.

Please forward our newsletter to all of your friends......

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Story of the Month


Spring is almost here and already some animals have come out of hibernation. The trapping business in general becomes very slow during the winter months. Early to mid-March shows a slow but steady increase in varmint sightings, skunk smells and calls for the removal of the nuisance animals. I will spend a lot of time over the coming months trapping and relocating nuisance animals, such as raccoons, opossum, skunks, rats, mice and Coyotes from property in the Farmington/Farmington Hills and surrounding areas.



Many people ask, what do I do with the animals I live trap, such as skunks. My standard, favorite, answer is “Well, I let them go”, they always ask where do I release them, I respond, “At my next client, of course”. It usually takes about 5 to 10 seconds for it to register that I am kidding with them. Releasing animals is not rocket science; however, how I deal with a trapped skunk is a trade secret. I do not want to be responsible for a novice to accidentally get a special gift from their new striped friend. In reality, I must follow the guidelines outlined by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources. The license that was issued to me, and my competitors, is very specific in dealing with animals caught in live traps. Most animals can be released in a habitat that is conducive to their well-being. Unfortunately, some animals need to be destroyed, such as rabid, injured, or animals that otherwise will cause harm to themselves or there surroundings.



Remember, animals are among us and for the most part they just want to live quietly and will remain unseen. With our expansion into animal habitats, our encounters will only increase. Removal should be considered when animals become a danger to humans or property. Apartment complex residents are usually the first to experience nuisance animal problems in the spring. The mere numbers of dumpsters in a large complex are a smorgasbord of fresh delicacies. Raccoons, Opossum, and Skunks are the main culprits that tend to startle residents as they dispose of their refuge.



Imagine yourself taking the garbage out early in the morning before you go to work. It’s still dark out as you walk to your dumpster across the parking area. You have done this chore a thousand times since you moved in with nothing to fear except the cold morning air. You approach the dumpster and lift the lid; it slams loudly metal against metal. Suddenly, one, two, or more raccoons jump out, or worse yet, you startled a skunk or two. I don’t care how brave you are; the surprise of this would rattle the nerves of anyone, including Trapper Ron.



Calls from homeowners, urban and rural, follow the apartment complexes. Skunks hibernate in January and February, usually for two coldest months of the year. You may have already noticed the smell of skunks in your area; they are looking for food and a cozy place to sleep during the daytime hours. Low-lying decks, preferably those with dryer vents exhausting warm air, are the preferred locations for bedding around homes. Skunks primarily eat grubs, insects, and worms when the ground is loose enough for them to dig. When the ground is frozen they will eat anything, including irresistible tidbits in garbage cans or dumpsters.


For those who are brave enough to capture a skunk on their own, live traps can be purchased at your local hardware store (or rent one from WWW.TRAPPERRON.COM). Bait it accordingly, and wait for your skunk to be trapped. It may take a couple of days, and you may catch other animals in the process. Eventually you will trap the skunk or skunks in your area. I can tell you there is no greater feeling when you trap the animal that has caused your nose to turn. The problem comes after the animal is trapped--now what.



I recently received a call from a local women who decided to live trap a skunk that was on her property. The good news is she caught the pesky critter, the bad news is she didn’t know how to transport or how release the varmint. She was very concerned about getting sprayed and didn’t want to put it in her car. She had called several of my well-known competitors for assistance and their fees were out of line with her budget. She was very concerned about the cost of removing the animal and I tried to accommodate her. As you all know by now, I will gladly assist anyone in need, when possible. As a compromise, I traded removing the skunk in lieu of her live trap. In the end, everyone was happy, she got rid of the varmint and I got a new cage.





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What Should You Do When There Are Raccoon Babies In Your Chimney ?
Chimney Flue Caps will stop un-wanted visitors from taking up residence in your chimneys.

Fortunately, most people do not use their chimney during the breeding season of most mammals. In 4-8 weeks the babies will eventually be moved to another site. Waiting it out is the easiest solution. Using harassment techniques (noise) may speed up the eventual move, but the risk of abandonment exists. Once the babies are gone, CAP the chimney. As the saying goes "You can pay a little now or pay alot later !"


2009 SPRING SPECIAL #1
Chimney Flue Cap Service Includes Flue Inspection, Chimney Flue Cap, (Shown in Website WWW.TRAPPERRON.COM), and Installation.
$110.00 For the First Flue Cap Installation.
$35.00 For Each Additional Flue Cap.


2009 SPRING SPECIAL #2
Bathroom/Dryer Vent Bird Guards
Our Vent Cover Services includes Vent Inspection, Bird Guard, Removal of Birds/Nesting Materials and Installation.
$65.00 For the First 3 Vent Cover Installations.
$25.00 For Each Additional Vent Cover.


Why Wait - Schedule An Appointment To Install A Chimney Cap & Bird Guards Today !


Call (248) 426-0036

or visit

WWW.TRAPPERRON.COM




As always, anytime you require a professional trapper, make sure they are licensed with the Michigan Department of Natural Resource and insured. Cost varies greatly so do your homework and call several trappers and compare pricing for the services offered.


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Good Luck,
Ron Baker
a.k.a. Trapper Ron
Phone: 248-426-0036 (Eastern)
Humane Animal Removal & Relocation Services.

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Wednesday, March 17, 2010

It's That Time Of Year - Again !

Spring Is Upon Us And Skunks Are On The Move .... Don't waste time, Be Prepared To Eliminate Skunk Odor Now...
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Quick Facts on Skunk Odor:
It can take up to two FULL WEEKS for the skunk smell to go away and humid or wet days can re-activate the skunk odor
A pet groomer costs $40-$60 to remove skunk smell for small breeds that do not have thick hair
Water and soap make skunk smell worse and spread the odor to other areas unaffected by the smell
A Few Simple Ingredients Found In Every Home Can Permanently Remove Skunk Smell in 30 Minutes or Less...
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Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Trapper Ron's New Book

I finally published my book, take a look.......it's a compilation of some of the funny experiences doing animal control work. Its amazing to me how people react to animal encounters - you will laugh as you may be able to relate to some of the people I helped....


Published thru blurb - you can see the cover and the first 15 pages if you like.

Humorous Urban Wild...
By Trapper Ron Baker


http://www.blurb.com/bookstore/detail/1049950

Thanks
Baker
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Saving Wildlife From People.......
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Trapper Ron
www.TRAPPERRON.COM
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