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St. Louis Groundhog Removal

Groundhogs may look like cute, harmless creatures. But if there's one thing you don't want, it's a groundhog invasion on your property. So if you're facing a problem, it's important to seek help from a team of professionals. And that's where we come in. At Trapper Joe's Nuisance Wildlife Control, we provide groundhog control services for home and business owners throughout St Louis, MO.

Groundhog Habitats  (Woodchuck)

Between the top of the line traps and effective bait, Ground Hogs don't stand a chance against us.

Protect Your Property, Protect Yourself

Believe it or not, groundhogs can actually cause damage to your property. And they're harder to catch than you might think. But our team has the tools and skills to safely and effectively eliminate your groundhog problem once and for all. We go out of our way to provide consistently excellent service; and we make appointment scheduling as easy as can be.

If you have a groundhog problem, we're here to help. Call now for more information or to request an estimate.

St. Louis Groundhog Control

Groundhogs are active in the daytime, are solitary, and are occasionally found climbing trees. They have 2-6 young annually and  are strictly vegetarians that forage on fruits, grasses and plants in flower and vegetable gardens. They hibernate from late October to March or April depending on their geographic location.


Groundhogs are often considered nuisance wildlife to humans and vast amounts of damage are credited to the woodchuck. The burrows and tunnels create problems for landowners. Their feeding habits can give landowners headaches, as woodchucks will browse on vegetation in flower and vegetable gardens, and they also gnaw and chew on trees and woody structures. Woodchucks can cause extensive damage in a short period of time. They are occasional carriers of rabies, tularemia, and plague.

The woodchuck is commonly referred as a "ground hog." Woodchucks range from the eastern states to the Great Plains, and throughout Canada. The woodchuck habitats include forested areas, decks, sheds, patio slabs, gardens, rock walls, and open farmlands surrounded by wooded and/ or brushy areas. They are excellent diggers and can dig under decks, sheds, patio slabs and rock walls.

Ground Hogs (Woodchucks) are known to burrow under decks, patios, sheds, and porches.  In some cases these burrows can damage the stability of the structures.

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