Month: February 2019

Bobcats in Tucson by Arizona Animal Experts

Bobcats on school campuses is not uncommon. Over the past 6 months my business partner, Jeff Carver has trapped multiple bobcats from different school districts throughout the valley. People in our profession (from different states) have told us that bobcats have been seen in Los Angeles, Dallas, and Denver, and other large metropolitan cities. I would love to get a photo of a bobcat strolling down Wall Street in Manhattan. It could happen, coyotes have been seen in Central Park.

Bobcats on school campuses is not uncommon. Over the past 6 months my business partner, Jeff Carver has trapped multiple bobcats from different school districts throughout the valley. People in our profession (from different states) have told us that bobcats have been seen in Los Angeles, Dallas, and Denver, and other large metropolitan cities. I would love to get a photo of a bobcat strolling down Wall Street in Manhattan. It could happen, coyotes have been seen in Central Park

Posted by Animal Experts, Inc. on Monday, February 18, 2019

Seeing Snakes Out & In the Pool

Mid February and we are already seeing snakes out and in the pool in Tucson, Arizona.

It is uncommon to see a rattlesnake and it’s enemy, a kingsnake in a swimming pool. It’s even more uncommon to see them in the winter months. Hopefully I’ll get an answer to this phenomenon from a FB friend, who is a wildlife biologist or a snake enthusiast. I’m open for an explanation.

It is uncommon to see a rattlesnake and it’s enemy, a kingsnake in a swimming pool. It’s even more uncommon to see them in the winter months. Hopefully I’ll get an answer to this phenomenon from a FB friend, who is a wildlife biologist or a snake enthusiast. I’m open for an explanation.

Posted by Animal Experts, Inc. on Friday, February 15, 2019

Part 2 of Injured Fox in Tucson, Arizona

As Paul Harvey used to say, “and now the rest of the story.” Remember the injured fox I picked up almost 3 weeks ago? The awesome crew at the Tucson Wildlife Center treated his wounds and now the fox is ready to return to the wild. Just watch how anxious he is to get on with life. This is truly a big part of why Marc and I love what we do.

As Paul Harvey used to say, “and now the rest of the story.” Remember the injured fox I picked up almost 3 weeks ago?The awesome crew at the Tucson Wildlife Center treated his wounds and now the fox is ready to return to the wild. Just watch how anxious he is to get on with life. This is truly a big part of why Marc and I love what we do.https://www.animalexpertsinc.com/shop

Posted by Animal Experts, Inc. on Tuesday, February 12, 2019

Raccoon Released in Tucson, Arizona

When you think of Tucson Arizona you probably don’t think of raccoons but it is one of our most common calls. More often than not the people with raccoon issues don’t even realize that is what is making the noise in their attic or causing the damage to their home. That was the case with this one also but check out his awesome new home.

When you think of Tucson Arizona you probably don’t think of raccoons but it is one of our most common calls. More often than not the people with raccoon issues don’t even realize that is what is making the noise in their attic or causing the damage to their home. That was the case with this one also but check out his awesome new home.

Posted by Animal Experts, Inc. on Thursday, February 7, 2019

Coopers Hawk Rescue in Tucson, Arizona

So I just broke this beautiful jailbird out of detention. This Coopers hawk had managed to sneak into an exercise yard at one of our local detention facilities and couldn’t find his way out on his own. This kind of call is something that Marc and I often get called in for, if you’re in the Tucson area and still interested in the program at the HUMANE SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN ARIZONA “Living with Wildlife”. This Thursday ,2/7/19, I’ll be there along with the Tucson Wildlife Center’s Angelina Fahey who’ll talk about wildlife rehabilitation. I’m looking forward to meeting our Facebook friends in person. To register: call (530)327-6088 Ext #125

So I just broke this beautiful jailbird out of detention. This Coopers hawk had managed to sneak into an exercise yard at one of our local detention facilities and couldn’t find his way out on his own. This kind of call is something that Marc and I often get called in for, if you’re in the Tucson area and still interested in the program at the HUMANE SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN ARIZONA “Living with Wildlife”. This Thursday ,2/7/19, I’ll be there along with the Tucson Wildlife Center’s Angelina Fahey who’ll talk about wildlife rehabilitation. I’m looking forward to meeting our Facebook friends in person. To register: call (530)327-6088 Ext #125

Posted by Animal Experts, Inc. on Monday, February 4, 2019

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