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Coyotes Causing Problems?

About Coyotes 

Coyotes are the most common wild canid in North America. They have a wide distribution, from Alaska to Argentina and throughout Canada. The species is found across all of these areas except for Greenland and Antarctica. Coyotes live primarily on open grasslands or prairies with abundant food sources such as rabbits, rodents, insects, fish, carrion, fruits, berries, nuts, seeds, roots, tubers, fungi, and other vegetation.

Unfortunately, their flexible diet makes homeowners with gardens, livestock, or pets lives extremely difficult when their property has been identified as a food source.

Are coyotes hard to trap?

Coyotes typically require a professional service to do with permanently. This includes repeated visits until the problem is taken care of.

The first step is setting your bait station properly. You need to make sure that you place it where there will be plenty of food for them. Coyotes like to eat rabbits, squirrels, mice, birds, fish, frogs, snakes, insects, etc… If they can get all these things then they won’t go looking elsewhere for more food. Make sure that you put the bait station near water so that if they do come by they’ll find something easy to drink. Also try not to leave any trash around because this could attract other predators who might take advantage of the situation.

The next thing you want to look into is how many times per day you should check on your trap. This depends on what kind of weather conditions you’re dealing with. In cold temperatures you may only need to check once every two days while in warmer climates you may need to check twice daily. It’s also important to know when to change your bait. For example, if you use peanut butter you don’t want to keep using it until it gets moldy. Change it after about three weeks.

When should you start trapping coyotes?

It’s best to trap coyotes before they breed. And because newborn animals are easy prey for coyotes, the best time to trap them would be early in the spring.

What to do after trapping a coyote?

The coyote may be euthanized or moved to another location depending on the situation.

What smells do coyotes hate?

Coyotes use their sense of smell to hunt. You can protect yourself from them by repelling them with smells they dislike, such as wolf urine, white vinegar, strong perfumes, and cayenne.


We handle your unwelcome visitors humanely.

Step 1

We'll assess the problem and offer you a variety of options in reaching the best response

Step 2

Remove food sources such as garbage cans, pet foods, bird feeders, etc., which attract coyotes. Keep pets inside at night when possible. Do NOT approach wild animals!

Step 3

Coyotes can be dealt with in a variety of ways. They can be trapped and moved to another location or euthanized. In some case, using chemical repellents and physical barriers can be effective in dealing with the problem.

Why We're #1 For Coyote Trapping

Using proven, effective strategies to turn your coyote problems into a thing of the past.. Permanently.

Tri County Trappers utilizes what is called an “Integrated Pest Management” approach. Widely considered the industry standard, we deploy a wide range of methods to ensure the issue has zero chance of persisting.

Coyote attacks are on the rise in many parts of North America, and they’re not just a problem for people who live near them. Coyotes can be dangerous even if you don’t see one—they may attack your pets or livestock. And when an animal is sick or injured, it could pose a threat to humans as well if the perpetrator is carrying a disease like rabies.


Do You Offer Coyote Trapping, Removal, & Exclusion Near Me?

Tri County Trappers has served the greater Southern California area for over 10 years. With locations in Huntington Beach and Los Angeles, we’re usually able to assess your coyote problem within 24 hours of your call. So, don’t hesitate, reach out today!

Make Coyote Problems A Thing Of The Past.

Who We Are

We’re the full service, top-to-bottom, pest solutions company that you can trust.

A Few Words about Us

Customer Satisfaction Is Our #1 Priority

Tri County Trappers is a second generation, family owned business with decades of experience. We boast a 100% customer satisfaction rating and back it up with a quality guarantee. Unlike many of the faceless corporate competitors who will not be named, we also offer industry-leading warranties.

In addition to our commitment to the company’s customer-centric values, we bring a level of service to the table that our customers find extremely refreshing. Since the principal of the company, Benjamin Boothe, oversees every single job, you can be sure you’ll be 100% confident in your decision to work with us.

This is because following every inspection, you’ll be provided with an array of options to suit your pest issues. We provide you with a full rundown of the problem, what’s causing it, and how to keep it from ever happening again.


We aim to be Southern California's #1 Trapping Specialists

We have the experience and track record to be Southern California’s #1 Trapping Specialists. Each and every opportunity we have the pleasure of servicing is treated as we would our own family members.


To provide each of our customers with the best experience they'll ever have with a pest control company.​

Whether you’re a homeowner, a property manager, or a real estate agent, we promise to deliver a level of service  at prices our competitors can’t match. 

Following our initial service and prior to, you can rest assured in the principal’s 24/7 emergency availability and a cohesive experience. Nobody wants to deal with 3+ people and 10 different meetings when working on what should be a quick, easy, and simple solution to your problems.