Skip to main content Help Control Panel

Lost? Search this Naples Florida website...|Add our search|Login   A+   A-

Ads «  

Coyote Removal by NeighborHelp Referrals' Affordable Trapping (465-9291)

Call: (239)465-9291 - ask for Debbie [2016]
for more information

Coyote Removal by NeighborHelp Referrals' Affordable Trapping (465-9291)

Register with us in one easy step!
avatarUdut, Kenneth -- on May 22 2008, from Golden Gate Estates, Naples, FL
Founder of this Naples site of NeighborHelp Referrals.

Get rid of coyotes in Naples, Bonita Springs and Estero. We know how. NWCOA-Logoz.jpg

(new)   Private note to news media regarding the requests for interviews: We do not give interviews as we prefer to do our job quietly for our customers with as little muss or fuss as possible. There are teachers and there are doers, and we are doers. We believe in quietly taking care of problem animals, whether coyotes or bees or raccoons or rodents or snakes as Collier County has a primarily tourist driven economy. We've cleaned out whole neighborhoods of their critter problems without anyone outside of the neighborhood being aware they even HAD a problem. This is respectful of the neighborhood and of the swfla tourist industry as well. If Saint Patrick could rid Ireland of all of the snakes, perhaps, over time, we can rid Collier County of their critter problems as well. It's a tall order, but we are dedicated. Let the animals have the woods. Let the people have the neighborhoods.

NeighborHelp Referrals' Affordable Trapping in Collier County + south Lee County, Florida, understands coyotes.

We have quietly trapped (and destroyed) coyotes in the past. We haven't advertised that fact before because we wanted to remain discreet.

[our trapping methods are different from FWC and from the techniques of other trappers. The trapping is humane (cage) but the method is different]

But now that coyotes are a problem:


we've decided to 'come out' and let the communities know that we are available.

Our techniques work in urban and suburban as well as rural areas.

We do NOT use snares or "coyote traps". What if a pet dog gets curious and gets snared? Wouldn't you rather have a pet caught in a humane cage and then released rather than having a pet caught in a snare? Or a child? That's why we don't use them.

Mind you, it's not our favorite thing to do. We prefer raccoons, sealing houses against rat intrusions, killer bees (and regular bees). That's our stock and trade. Coyotes are scary creatures, even to us.

But there is a need. And FWC (Florida Wildlife Commission) is spread very thin and can't get everywhere, so you need alternatives.

NeighborHelp Referrals' Affordable Trapping has been in business since 2003. Call Ken at (239) 465-9291 and let us work on catching the coyote that is terrorizing your neighborhood.

Kenneth Udut 465-9291
NeighborHelp Referrals' Affordable Trapping


NOTE: If you are a pest control company and are not yet referring your bee jobs to us, just give Ken at a call at 465-9291 and let us know that you're interested. We won't take your pest control business away from you - that's not what we do. But we make you look good to your customers because you're helping them take care of their problem. Same holds true for raccoons, armadillos, opossums, coyotes, and rats - if you don't deal with those creatures, instead of turning away a customer, refer them to us. You do what you do best, and we do what we do best.
555 1 rate


Simplify3 on May 22 2008 edit · delete
A note from Ken, webmaster & also the guy who knows someone who will catch the coyote: If you wish to give the FWC a call about your coyote problem first, (and you should, so that they can keep track of it!) you can do so by contacting:

Contact: Gary Morse 863-648-3200

He works for FWC and needs to know about coyote problems. Perhaps you won't need our services to catch them. But we humbly believe that we will have better success with less mess.
Simplify3 on June 4 2008 edit · delete
Coyote Facts:

-- They are found in all 67 Florida counties

-- Coyotes usually shy away from people

-- If you spot a coyote, pick up small animals and children so they don’t seem like prey to the coyote

-- Do not leave food items or garbage out overnight when the animals are most active

-- Coyotes generally breed beginning in March and have litters of pups in May or June

-- Pups stay in the den for about eight weeks and first venture out to being hunting with their parents when the pups are about 10 weeks old

-- They stay with their parents for about a year before finding their own areas in which to live

-- Coyotes typically have a range of about 10 to 15 square miles

-- Attacks on humans are very rare

Source: Information provided by Martin Main, a leading coyote researcher at the University of Florida.
Simplify3 on June 4 2008 edit · delete
3:17 AM Kenneth Udut of NeighborHelp Referrals' Affordable Trapping wrote ...

Neighborhelp Referrals' Affordable Trapping uses a humane trapping system for coyotes. No power snares. This way it is safe around residential areas. No accidental snaring of pets. The coyote is destroyed after it is caught but it is safer for the community. We've been trapping coyotes for a little over two years when the problem was first brought to our attention.
Simplify3 on June 10 2008 edit · delete
Another coyote attack!

Don't hesitate to call us. Call Ken at 239-465-9291 of NeighborHelp Referrals' Affordable Trapping.
Simplify3 on Jul. 25 2008 edit · delete
More Coyotes in the local news: Owner says cat attacked on lanai by coyote

By ERIC STAATS Monday, June 30, 2008

Worthington Country Club is trying to catch a coyote after a resident of the south Lee County neighborhood found his cat dead in his pool.

A splash in the pool awakened Southampton Drive resident Roger Randell about 4 a.m. June 14, he said Monday.

Randell, 72, said he got a light and went to investigate and saw a coyote run out of the pool and jump about 4 feet in the air and through his screened lanai.

The cat, Kermie, appeared to have suffered a broken neck and was dead in the pool, he said.

The incident is at least the second time a coyote is suspected of killing a cat in neighborhoods near the Lee-Collier line.

A Quail Creek resident reported her cat, Satchel, went missing the following day from her lanai. The screen was ripped open and a garden trampled, she said. Residents had reported seeing coyotes in the area.

Private trappers have caught three coyotes in The Brooks subdivision in Estero, where coyotes have killed three small dogs, injured three others and bit a woman.

Randell said the Lee County Sheriff’s Office took a report on the attack.

Worthington has hired a private trapper in the wake of the attack on Randell’s lanai, Randell said.

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission doesn’t investigate individual attacks unless they deem them to be a chronic problem, such as the Estero attacks on dogs being walked on leashes, spokesman Gary Morse said.

“Coyotes do (attack animals) all the time. Bobcats do this all the time,” Morse said. “It’s common, really comm
Simplify3 on Jul. 29 2008 edit · delete
[reposted from: ] Naples coyote attack caught on tape! By Nick Spinetto, WINK News

Story Created: Jul 27, 2008 at 10:35 PM EDT

(Story Updated: Jul 28, 2008 at 12:47 PM EDT ) EAST NAPLES, Fla. - There are more reports of coyote attacks in Southwest Florida. This time the attacks happened in East Naples.

A woman's cat was killed Sunday morning and she caught it all on tape!

A problem with vandals in her neighborhood prompted Carol to put surveillance cameras around the outside of her house. She hoped to catch the perps in the act. Never did she imagine the cameras would capture a coyote killing her cat, right before her eyes.

"You'll see him. He'll go really fast. He's chasing the cat," Carol said as she watched her surveillance video.

Video of the attack is one home movie that sends shivers down Carol's spine.

"I couldn't believe it. I've never seen a coyote eat a pet before. It just really upset me," she said.

On Sunday morning, Carol's cat Cesar was killed by a coyote. Cesar, Carol says, loved sitting on her car. So at 5:30 Sunday morning, it's no surprise surveillance cameras caught Cesar lounging in his favorite place. The cameras catch him stretching, completely unaware of the danger lurking around him. On the other side of house, the camera catches an image of a coyote on the hunt. Within seconds you see the coyote creeping up on Cesar. Another camera catches Cesar running. He climbs up a tree. The coyote, right behind him, jumps up knocking Cesar out of the branches.

In a mere flash, Carols' beloved cat is gone.

"I blame myself. I should've made him come in," Carol said.

Carol says she knew Cesar might be in danger because she spotted a coyote before. "I first started seeing the coyote two months ago," she said

In June, she got an up close look when her surveillance camera caught a coyote killing another cat.

The attacks happened in Riverwood Estates in East Naples.

It's 33 miles south of the neighborhoods in Estero, where multiple coyote attacks occurred in May.

Carol says this shows coyotes are becoming a major issue. "I think it's a big problem. I think they're getting further south and all over Florida. I think it's becoming a bigger problem than people realize," she said.

After Sunday morning's attack, neighbors started warning each other about the coyote. They also want to get Florida Fish and Wildlife involved. They hope the agency can help catch the coyote before it attacks again.
Coyote Removal by NeighborHelp Referrals' Affordable Trapping (465-9291) Get rid of coyotes in Naples, Bonita Springs and Estero. We know how. [image=405]