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Skunks

Preventing, Repelling, Eliminating Skunks

Wildlife    Animal Traps   Skunk Repellent    Skunk Trapping 

Smell repellents such as moth balls or Rid-A-Critter (a professional repellent) are only effective as a skunk deterrent, but rarely work once a skunk has established itself in a territory.  If you have one of these pests actively foraging on your property, there are a variety of control options at your disposal; one or more can be necessary and each situation is different.
Besides prevention, there are two basic methods for ridding your property of nuisance skunks: skunk repellent and skunk trapping.
Repelling skunks can be achieved with the use of a good animal repellent.  Trapping skunks with a professional trap will usually give better results than fencing or repelling.

  • Repelling:  Skunks will feed on a variety of foods: fruits, garbage and also grubs, worms, small insects in your lawn.  If skunks are feeding on food growing on your property or raiding your garbage bins, you can use Ropel.  This professional strength taste deterrent is applied directly to any object the skunks like to smell or taste.  Repeat applications might be necessary to discourage stubborn animals.  Combine Ropel with Rid-A-Critter for multiple animals or stubborn problems with wildlife.
  • Trapping:  Your other alternative is to use a humane, live trap to capture and re-locate the offending skunk.  The trap needed for this job is called a Raccoon Trap by professionals.  Each trap is $60.00, plus S&H.
    Use a trap cover to protect trapped animals and to help prevent being sprayed by a trapped skunk.  Remember that an adult skunk can accurately hit its intended target at a range of about 10 feet.  Even at a distance of 15 feet the skunk's spray can still be effective, although (at that distance) it is more of a fine mist.

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