Humane Wildlife Service

Contact us by phone at 219-299-8027 or email for more information.

What we do

If you live in the northwest Indiana area and have a problem with nuisance wildlife, we can solve it humanely and effectively. Our work is competitively priced and guaranteed to not only keep animals safe from harm, but also provide complete customer satisfaction with long lasting quality and effectiveness.

Services Performed

  • Removal of wild animals from structures using species specific techniques
  • Retrieval of offspring
  • Reunions of offspring and mothers
  • Removal of dead animals
  • Installation of custom animal proofing for all entry and potential entry holes, including: roofs, vents, attics, exhaust, chimneys, decks, and sheds
  • Beaver dam flow devices
  • Consultations on all wildlife issues
  • Preventative measures for your home

A Look into the business

Moraine Ridge wildlife Services uses ecological perspective to wildlife control and has combined 25 years of hands on animal experience. With A scientific understanding that management of a wildlife population through relocation or killing does not serve as a long term solution, or reducing the number of animals. By decreasing the wildlife population without decreasing the food and/or shelter, the remaining animals will simply live longer, have larger litters, and migrate to fill the void, thus maintaining or increasing the pre-existing population levels. The animal proofing approach provides for a long-term solution that is more humane and cost effective. Trapping and relocating of adult animals (especially during the spring and summer) in many instances separates the adult female from her babies, which often results in the starvation of dependent offspring.

Depending on the condition of the roof area, most jobs are backed up by a one year guarantee against re-entry.


Birds: pigeons, sparrows, starlings

Small mammals: bats, squirrels, flying squirrels, chipmunks

Larger mammals: beavers, coyotes, deer, raccoons, foxes, goundhogs (woodchucks), Virginia Opossums,

Reptiles: snakes