Rattlesnake in your backyard? They can catch it! Moose in your kitchen? No problem! Skunk hiding out in your car engine? Don't sweat it, they'll get it! When wildlife gets too close for comfort, these animal relocators are the people you want to call for help. Follow four teams of animal relocators as they respond to frantic calls for help from people who have come face to face with animals in their own backyards. Their main objective is to keep both animals and people safe. No matter how desperate, outrageous or unbelievable the situation, these rescuers get the job done. From a rogue moose in Alaska to curious skunks under kitchen sinks, these are the real stories of animal relocators.
It's a Trap!
Episode 1x6; Sep 25, 2017
Bobcats, raccoons, rattlesnakes and pesky opossums are on the loose across America.
1x6: It's a Trap!
1x5: Beaver Fever
1x4: Between a Rock and a Raccoon
1x3: Skunk in the Trunk
1x2: Snake, Rattle & Roll
1x1: Bobcat in the Coop
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