Armadillo removal experts

Armadillos are a non-native species and have been rapidly migrating northward throughout the state. They are primarily nocturnal (active at night). They have a litter usually in March with 4 identical babies. The offspring will stay with the mother through the summer. Armadillos feed on grubs, worms and other insects just underneath the soil layer. They are considered a nuisance because of their digging and burrowing. The most common complaints include their presence being alarming to pets, burrowing large tunnels under structures for den sites, digging small holes all over properties and uprooting mulch beds and landscaping to feed. Their burrowing will cause cracking of concrete and damage to pipes. For these reasons, many people wish to have this nuisance animal trapped and removed.