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AAAC Wildlife Removal Of Tampa Bay

AAAC Wildlife Removal Of Tampa Bay

4115 Tampa St
Tampa Bay Florida 33601
United State

813-563-9453

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We provide Wildlife Removal services to residential and commercial clients including exclusion services to keep wildlife out of your home or business. Our specialties include removal of dead animals, raccoons, bats, squirrels, snakes, opossum, beavers, and birds. We are the leader in wildlife prevention and exclusion. We can trap or remove your problem animals and seal the structure to prevent re-entry. We also specialize in waste cleanups, damage repair, and re-insulation.

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About Tampa Bay

Tampa Bay is a large natural harbor and shallow estuary connected to the Gulf of Mexico on the west-central coast of Florida, comprising Hillsborough Bay, McKay Bay, Old Tampa Bay, Middle Tampa Bay, and Lower Tampa Bay. The largest freshwater inflow into the bay is the Hillsborough River, which flows into Hillsborough Bay in downtown Tampa. Many other smaller rivers and streams also flow into Tampa Bay, resulting in a large watershed area. The shores of Tampa Bay were home to the Weedon Island Culture and then the Safety Harbor culture for thousands of years. These cultures relied heavily on Tampa Bay for food, and the waters were rich enough that they were one of the few Native American cultures that did not have to farm. The Tocobaga was likely the dominant chiefdom in the area when Spanish explorers arrived in the early 1500s, but there were likely smaller chiefdoms on the eastern side of the bay which were not well documented. The indigenous population had been decimated by disease and warfare by the late 1600s, and there were no permanent human settlements in the area for over a century. The United States took possession of Florida in 1821 and established Fort Brooke at the mouth of the Hillsborough River in 1824. The communities surrounding Tampa Bay grew tremendously during the 20th century. Today, the area is home to about 4 million residents, making Tampa Bay a heavily used commercial and recreational waterway and subjecting it to increasing amounts of pollutants from industry, agriculture, sewage, and surface runoff.

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