Barnes Wildlife Control
Phone: 937-340-1867
Fax: 877-771-3432
Email: bwcohio@gmail.com

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Dayton, Ohio Address:
Barnes Wildlife Control - South
2651 Grange Hall Rd
Beavercreek, OH 45431

Troy, Ohio Address:
Barnes Wildlife Control - North
1800 N Sayers Rd
Troy. OH 45373

BARNES WILDLIFE CONTROL
Greater Dayton Ohio Animal Removal

Locally Owned And Operated

Coyote Fox Page

Serving All of Southwestern Ohio

Now Offering Insect Control!

Call Now: 937- 340 -1867

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BARNES WILDLIFE CONTROL
Greater Dayton Ohio Animal Removal

Locally Owned And Operated

Coyote Fox Page

Serving All of Southwestern Ohio

Now Offering Insect Control!

Call Now: 937- 340 -1867

Loved By Yelp!

barnes wildlife control: Skilled Team of Canine Trapping Professionals

Your Local Solution to Fox and Coyote Control

At Barnes Wildlife Control, we provide fox trapping and coyote pest control services. Coyote and foxes can take up residence near your home or building and cause quite a panic. We find them both in urban and rural areas. Our knowledgeable staff is highly trained in coyote removal and fox trapping.

 

Do you have a red fox den  on your property? Fox babies, kits, running around in your yard?

Do you have a red fox den on your property? Fox babies, kits, running around in your yard?

 

Through trapping, habitat modification, and hazing techniques coyotes and fox can be controlled on your property and Barnes Wildlife Control is experienced and ready to assist. If you need coyote control, fox control, coyote exterminator or fox trapping services call us today at .

 

We Are Local, Humane, certified, licensed, and insured!

 

Vandalia, Ohio - the largest population of coyotes and the most conflicts with coyotes

This coyote was trapped on the property of a client whose animals were being harassed.

This coyote was trapped on the property of a client whose animals were being harassed.

Out of all the towns, cities, and municipalities we service, Vandalia, OH seems to have the largest population of coyotes and the most conflicts with coyotes. We believe this is due to the geographic location of the city as its surrounded by two large parks; Taylorsville Reserve and Englewood Metropark. The coyotes flourish in these parks as they have no natural predators and hunting is not allowed. These parks encompass Vandalia from both the east and the west. Also on the north side of Vandalia sits Dayton International Airport, which also offers safe haven for coyotes as the Federal Aviation Association is not controlling their populations although we have heard of issues with coyotes on the airport runways.

We have successfully captured and removed many coyotes from Vandalia and farms outside city limits. Most of the coyote complaint calls we receive are from the following Vandalia neighborhoods: Foxboro, Timberwinds, Stonequarry, and Brown School Rd areas.

 

 

Your Local Solution to Fox and Coyote Control

At Barnes Wildlife Control, we provide fox trapping and coyote pest control services. Coyote and foxes can take up residence near your home or building and cause quite a panic. We find them both in urban and rural areas. Our knowledgeable staff is highly trained in coyote removal and fox trapping.

 

Do you have a red fox den  on your property? Fox babies, kits, running around in your yard?

Do you have a red fox den on your property? Fox babies, kits, running around in your yard?

 

Through trapping, habitat modification, and hazing techniques coyotes and fox can be controlled on your property and Barnes Wildlife Control is experienced and ready to assist. If you need coyote control, fox control, coyote exterminator or fox trapping services call us today at .

 

We Are Local, Humane, certified, licensed, and insured!

 

Vandalia, Ohio - the largest population of coyotes and the most conflicts with coyotes

Out of all the towns, cities, and municipalities we service, Vandalia, OH seems to have the largest population of coyotes and the most conflicts with coyotes. We believe this is due to the geographic location of the city as its surrounded by two large parks; Taylorsville Reserve and Englewood Metropark. The coyotes flourish in these parks as they have no natural predators and hunting is not allowed. These parks encompass Vandalia from both the east and the west. Also on the north side of Vandalia sits Dayton International Airport, which also offers safe haven for coyotes as the Federal Aviation Association is not controlling their populations although we have heard of issues with coyotes on the airport runways.

 

This coyote was trapped on the property of a client whose animals were being harassed.

This coyote was trapped on the property of a client whose animals were being harassed.

 

We have successfully captured and removed many coyotes from Vandalia and farms outside city limits. Most of the coyote complaint calls we receive are from the following Vandalia neighborhoods: Foxboro, Timberwinds, Stonequarry, and Brown School Rd areas.

 

 

Barnes Wildlife Control In The News

Barnes Wildlife owner Jacob Barnes featured in on Problem Coyotes around Oakwood, Kettering, and Vandalia

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Coyote Sightings and Red Fox Complaints around Dayton Ohio

The following complaints are quite common when Barnes Wildlife Control get coyote or fox calls and we always have answers to your questions. So give us a call if you have a fox or coyote problem!

  • Coyotes in my yard
  • Fox under my deck
  • Fox hole under my porch, need to find a fox trapper near Dayton, Ohio
  • Coyote running in road in neighborhood
  • Coyote tracks in my lawn
  • Hearing coyote howling at night, coyotes are highly social animals
  • How do I keep coyotes out of my yard
  • Is there a repellent to keep foxes away?
  • Are Coyotes dangerous around my kids and pets?
  • My cat went missing, did coyotes eat it?
  • Red Fox pups walking in my yard, should I call a pest company?

Ohio Red Fox and Ohio Coyote Facts

Coyotes and Foxes are Not Best of Friends

ohio red fox facts
This Red Fox Was Trapped in Tipp City, Ohio and Then Released In a Suitable Habitat

This Red Fox Was Trapped in Tipp City, Ohio and Then Released In a Suitable Habitat

The red fox is one of two fox species in Ohio. Red foxes breed in Southwest Ohio around February time frame. Gestation is shorter than coyotes and only lasts 51-53 days.Fox kits or fox pups are born in later March or early April. Fox family litters typically consist of 4-5 kits and only one litter is common per year. Fox dens are excavated and typically go underground 4-5 feet and are common under patios and along building foundations. While the female nursing the young foxes, the male will bring her food such as birds, rodents, and garbage scraps. Typical home range for Ohio Red Fox spans 1-2 miles and they are nocturnal in nature. Fox are highly intelligent animals and if not properly trained in fox removal, you will be out-foxed.

A federal study of interactions between coyotes and foxes based on happenstance observations found that in 71 percent of documented coyote/fox interchanges, the result was aggressive behavior by the coyotes. There were numerous reports of coyotes running down and killing foxes. In some instances they fed on the foxes, but in other confrontations they killed and left them lying, sometimes after mutilating the carcasses.

If you are interested in seeing fox the best viewing opportunities are in Grand River Wildlife Area, Trumbull County, Lake LaSuAn Wildlife Area, Williams County, Deer Creek Wildlife Area, Fayette, Madison & Pickaway counties, Paint Creek Lake Wildlife Area, Highland and Ross counties, Fallsville Wildlife Area and Highland County.

ohio coyote facts
Barnes Wildlife Control's  knowledgeable staff  is trained in coyote removal and fox trapping.

Barnes Wildlife Control's knowledgeable staff is trained in coyote removal and fox trapping.

Latin name for coyote is Canis latrans which means barking dog. They are extremely opportunistic and can adapt their diet and den location to urban settings. Coyotes typically fear people and are nocturnal. They can run 40 mph for short distances and can jump 6 foot fences. Coyotes near Dayton typically breed in late winter. Their litters are born in late April. Similar to domestic dogs, coyote gestation is 60-63 days. Coyotes can breed with domestic dogs and the offspring is called Coydogs.

The coyote is not native to Ohio, but it is present throughout Ohio. The coyote is highly adaptable and can survive in inhospitable environments and prosper. Usually, most people think of coyotes living in the desert in the west. Given the large number of coyotes in Ohio, this intelligent and cunning animal can make a home most anywhere.

Have you spotted coyotes in your neighborhood? Coyotes are found in every one of Ohio’s 88 counties and have adapted to live among us inside city limits as well as rural areas. Unless provoked, coyotes rarely attack children or pets, but it does happen.

If you are interested in seeing fox the best viewing opportunities are in Delaware Wildlife Area, Delaware County, Deer Creek Wildlife Area, Fayette, Madison & Pickaway counties, Fallsville Wildlife Area, Highland County, Caesar Creek Lake Wildlife Area, Greene, Warren & Clinton counties, Spring Valley Wildlife Area and Greene & Warren counties.

ohio red fox facts

The red fox is one of two fox species in Ohio. Red foxes breed in Southwest Ohio around February time frame. Gestation is shorter than coyotes and only lasts 51-53 days.Fox kits or fox pups are born in later March or early April. Fox family litters typically consist of 4-5 kits and only one litter is common per year. Fox dens are excavated and typically go underground 4-5 feet and are common under patios and along building foundations. While the female nursing the young foxes, the male will bring her food such as birds, rodents, and garbage scraps. Typical home range for Ohio Red Fox spans 1-2 miles and they are nocturnal in nature. Fox are highly intelligent animals and if not properly trained in fox removal, you will be out-foxed.

 

This Red Fox Was Trapped in Tipp City, Ohio and Then Released In a Suitable Habitat

This Red Fox Was Trapped in Tipp City, Ohio and Then Released In a Suitable Habitat

 

A federal study of interactions between coyotes and foxes based on happenstance observations found that in 71 percent of documented coyote/fox interchanges, the result was aggressive behavior by the coyotes. There were numerous reports of coyotes running down and killing foxes. In some instances they fed on the foxes, but in other confrontations they killed and left them lying, sometimes after mutilating the carcasses.

If you are interested in seeing fox the best viewing opportunities are in Grand River Wildlife Area, Trumbull County, Lake LaSuAn Wildlife Area, Williams County, Deer Creek Wildlife Area, Fayette, Madison & Pickaway counties, Paint Creek Lake Wildlife Area, Highland and Ross counties, Fallsville Wildlife Area and Highland County.

ohio coyote facts

Latin name for coyote is Canis latrans which means barking dog. They are extremely opportunistic and can adapt their diet and den location to urban settings. Coyotes typically fear people and are nocturnal. They can run 40 mph for short distances and can jump 6 foot fences. Coyotes near Dayton typically breed in late winter. Their litters are born in late April. Similar to domestic dogs, coyote gestation is 60-63 days. Coyotes can breed with domestic dogs and the offspring is called Coydogs.

 

Barnes Wildlife Control's  knowledgeable staff  is trained in coyote removal and fox trapping.

Barnes Wildlife Control's knowledgeable staff is trained in coyote removal and fox trapping.

 

The coyote is not native to Ohio, but it is present throughout Ohio. The coyote is highly adaptable and can survive in inhospitable environments and prosper. Usually, most people think of coyotes living in the desert in the west. Given the large number of coyotes in Ohio, this intelligent and cunning animal can make a home most anywhere.

Have you spotted coyotes in your neighborhood? Coyotes are found in every one of Ohio’s 88 counties and have adapted to live among us inside city limits as well as rural areas. Unless provoked, coyotes rarely attack children or pets, but it does happen.

If you are interested in seeing fox the best viewing opportunities are in Delaware Wildlife Area, Delaware County, Deer Creek Wildlife Area, Fayette, Madison & Pickaway counties, Fallsville Wildlife Area, Highland County, Caesar Creek Lake Wildlife Area, Greene, Warren & Clinton counties, Spring Valley Wildlife Area and Greene & Warren counties.

Have you spotted coyotes in your neighborhood?

This coyote was humanely trapped by one of our trained professionals.

This coyote was humanely trapped by one of our trained professionals.

Coyotes are found in every one of Ohio’s 88 counties and have adapted to live amongst us inside city limits as well as rural areas. Unless provoked, coyotes rarely attack children or pets, but it does happen.

A coyote attacked a pet dog near Dayton, Ohio. Read article . Mason, Ohio officials are warning residents of an increase in complaints about coyotes. In response to complaints about coyotes, the city posted information for more knowledge about coyotes and hazing tips. Beware that people who live near parks, woods and golf courses may see more coyotes.

Have you spotted coyotes in your neighborhood?

Coyotes are found in every one of Ohio’s 88 counties and have adapted to live amongst us inside city limits as well as rural areas. Unless provoked, coyotes rarely attack children or pets, but it does happen.

 

This coyote was humanely trapped by one of our trained professionals.

This coyote was humanely trapped by one of our trained professionals.

 

A coyote attacked a pet dog near Dayton, Ohio. Read article . Mason, Ohio officials are warning residents of an increase in complaints about coyotes. In response to complaints about coyotes, the city posted information for more knowledge about coyotes and hazing tips. Beware that people who live near parks, woods and golf courses may see more coyotes.

Barnes Wildlife Control can remove nuisance coyotes using cable restraint devices. This coyote was removed from a Vandalia Ohio suburb.

Pet dog killed by coyote

Barnes Wildlife Control will remove unwanted coyotes from your property. Call us now!

Barnes Wildlife Control will remove unwanted coyotes from your property. Call us now!

In police say the dog’s owner was out shoveling and the small dog was loose outside. When the owner couldn’t find his dog, he walked over to the other side of the car parked in the driveway and found the dog. Two coyotes then apparently ran away from the dog — headed west. The dog died as a result of injuries suffered in this incident. If you have a small dog, police say you should NOT leave it unattended and stay close to it in order to intimidate a possible coyote attack. DO NOT use a leash with a retractable long cable.

Download the Vandalia Ohio Coyote Removal Guide

Pet dog killed by coyote

In police say the dog’s owner was out shoveling and the small dog was loose outside. When the owner couldn’t find his dog, he walked over to the other side of the car parked in the driveway and found the dog. Two coyotes then apparently ran away from the dog — headed west. The dog died as a result of injuries suffered in this incident. If you have a small dog, police say you should NOT leave it unattended and stay close to it in order to intimidate a possible coyote attack. DO NOT use a leash with a retractable long cable.

 

Barnes Wildlife Control will remove unwanted coyotes from your property. Call us now!

Barnes Wildlife Control will remove unwanted coyotes from your property. Call us now!

 

Download the Vandalia Ohio Coyote Removal Guide

coyote or fox droppings left on and around property? coyotes attacking your pets? baby coyotes or fox being raised on your property? coyotes or fox going through your trash bins and storage boxes? pets being aggravated by the presence of a fox or coyote nearby? coyote or fox attacking your livestock?

Barnes Wildlife Control
Phone: 937-340-1867
Fax: 877-771-3432
Email: bwcohio@gmail.com

Dayton, Ohio Address:
Barnes Wildlife Control - South
2651 Grange Hall Rd
Beavercreek, OH 45431

Troy, Ohio Address:
Barnes Wildlife Control - North
1800 N Sayers Rd
Troy. OH 45373