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Are Iguanas Destroying Your Flowers?

Updated: Oct 12, 2023

Invasive iguanas are more than just a nuisance, they negatively impact the environment daily! Iguanas not only LOVE fruit, but also tender non toxic flowers and shrubs. Among their favorites are hibiscus, roses, and pink pentas. They leave feces scattered in areas where they bask, an unpleasant sight and smell, that may also be a source of salmonella bacteria.

Iguana eating hibiscus flower in South Florida

Removal of these pesky critters are the only way to help curb massive breeding populations established in South Florida, BEFORE they get a chance to hatch out more eggs! It's easy for a population to explode with hatch out rates like those of an iguana. For example, if you have 100 female iguanas able to reproduce, living in your neighborhood, that means once they hatch out their clutches, your neighborhood iguana population could explode to having between 2,000 to 7,000 MORE IGUANAS! Of course the massive numbers increase based on the already established population in your area. With over 40 years experience, we serve private, corporate and governmental entities in their wildlife removal needs! Contact us 24/7 at 305-255-7296 or 954-927-7296. Pesky Critters has highly trained trappers with live capture equipment to provide safe wildlife removals for the humans AND animals involved.


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