WildCare Solutions

Do you have wildlife problems? We have WildCare Solutions!

Whether you have a raccoon in your attic or a skunk in your crawlspace, we can offer recommendations to solve the problem humanely and nonlethally. Squirrels eating the seed falling out of your birdfeeder? Bats roosting in your attic or chimney? Call us for help!

Call our Living with Wildlife Hotline for a free consultation 415-456-7283

Due to COVID-19 we have staff working remotely. Please leave us a message and we will return your call as quickly as possible.


“Very responsive, professional and attuned to ensuring proper treatment and respect of the animal under our home.”
Jack C.
San Rafael

“Very clear suggestions and information regarding raccoons in the house.”
Bruce S.
Mill Valley

“Prompt friendly service!”
Frank S.
Corte Madera

“Thank you, thank you! You guys were great. Much appreciated.”
Shirin E.
San Francisco

“My first inclination was to call an exterminator, but then I thought better of it and called the SF SPCA. I didn’t want to kill any animals—I just wanted to make sure they weren’t under my house! The woman I spoke to at the SPCA had called WildCare to handle her raccoon problem and was very enthusiastic about all of you. So I called!”
Kathleen K.
San Francisco

The WildCare Way

WildCare’s mission is to help people live well with wildlife. Our approach to wildlife exclusion is simple, humane, and the only way that solves the problem permanently. Our wildlife consultants are trained in humane and nonlethal exclusion best practices that encourage wildlife to leave problem areas of your home or business. We advise you on how to confirm that the animal has vacated, and the best way to permanently seal the entry points in a structure to prevent re-entry.

Call us for help with wildlife!


More Information

• Use our Do It Yourself Home Inspection Checklist to find potential wildlife entry points and attractants on your own property (PDF).

• Learn why trapping wildlife to solve a nuisance wildlife problem doesn’t work, and why it’s illegal in California.

• Article: The Myth of Humane Trapping and Relocating