Green Iguanas Destroying Seawalls

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Seawalls in South Florida Are Being Destroyed  The green iguana (or Iguana Iguana) is a species that is not native to Florida and are an invasive species in our state. They are known to cause considerable damages to local infrastructure, and this includes sidewalks, swimming pools and seawalls. The green iguana is not protected by the state of Florida, with … Read More

Removing the Invasive Black Spiny Tailed Iguana

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Black Spiny Tailed Iguana The Ctenosaura Similis, more commonly known as the Black Spiny-Tailed Iguana, holds its own as one of the most invasive species in Southern Florida. This native of Central America isn’t imported for the pet trade like the green iguana. Still, the black spiny-tailed iguana has managed to spread out, believed to now number in the tens … Read More

The Iguana Menace: Iguana Removal Done the Right Way

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Iguana Removal: How it’s Meant to be Done Iguanas are fascinating animals but have become a significant concern in parts of Florida. Homeowners in the state are starting to wonder about iguanas and how to remove them effectively. The process is challenging at the best of times and should be left to someone with experience. Of course, it’s still important … Read More

The Best Local Wildlife Removal in Boca Raton

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Winter Wildlife in South Florida Bats hibernate to survive the cold winter months. They do so because there are not enough insects flying around in the winter to support their active metabolism. Bat hibernation requires specific temperatures ranging from 35 to 40 degrees Fahrenheit. Big Brown bats have adapted to hibernating in attics rather than cave systems since attics are … Read More