2010 - 2020     OUTBACK ZACK'S         

   Outback Zack's Nuisance Animal Removal



Big Bear - Lake Arrowhead - Crestline - San Bernardino - Redlands - Upland

 and surrounding cities

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Do You Have Unwanted Pests destroying your property or unwanted animals at your home or business you would like removed like Rats, Raccoons, Skunk, Opossum, Snakes, Bats, Birds, Squirrels, Rabbits, Mice, Gophers, Coyote, Bobcat, Wolf, Bear, Deer, Mountain Lion or other animal?

Our team of professional animal trappers will catch or exclude the unwanted animal in the most humane way. No harm ever comes to an animal and, we relocate that animal back into their natural habitat. 



Servicing All Cities of Orange County and San Bernardino County. 

Give our animal removal team a call today!

Outback Zack's is a full-service Orange County and San Bernardino County Animal Removal and Wildlife Control Service. We specialize in urban and suburban wildlife removal, pest control, exclusion, residential pest removal, commercial pest removal, animal removal and property damage repair for both residential and commercial customers.


We are state licensed by the California Fish & Wildlife Commission. We handle nearly all aspects of wildlife and animal control, and resolve conflicts between people and unwanted pests in a humane and professional manner. No Animal harmed - all animals relocated and excluded back to their natural habitat.


For Orange County and San Bernardino pest control of wildlife, just give us a call at 909-878-6541. We operate from 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Let's discuss your wildlife problem, our animal removal process, and schedule an appointment to solve it quickly. We look forward to hearing from you!​​

  • Hearing Scratching Noises in your Attic or Walls?

  • Unwanted Wildlife on Your Property?

  • Digging Under House?

  • Dead Animal Smell?

  • Bird Problem or Bat Infestation?

  • Snakes on Property?

  • Abandoned House Cleanup?

  • We're the Experts and Always Solve it! 

Aliso Viejo ~ Anaheim ~ Brea ~ Buen Park ~ Costa Mesa ~ Cypress ~ Dana Point ~ Fountain Valley ~ Fullerton ~ Garden Grove ~ Huntington Beach ~ Irvine ~ La Habra ~ Laguna Hills ~ Laguna Niguel ~ Laguna Woods ~ Lake Forest ~ Los Alamitos ~ Mission Viejo ~ Newport Beach Orange ~ Placentia ~ Rancho Santa Margarita ~ San Clemente ~ San Juan Capistrano ~ Santa Ana ~ Seal Beach ~ Stanton ~ Tustin ~ Villa Park ~ Westminster ~ Yorba Linda 

Big Bear ~ Lake Arrowhead ~ Crestline ~ Yucaipa ~ Highland ~ Redlands ~ San Bernardino ~ Fontana ~ Rialto ~ Rancho Cucamonga ~ Upland ~ Chino Hills ~ Palmdale ~ Helendale ~ Lancaster ~ Victorville 

Different types of California's wild animals have learned to adapt and thrive at our homes. Animals love to live and breed in our attics because of the warmth. Its the perfect getaway resort for them and they prefer permanent tenancy...  Wildlife will dig under our homes, porches, decks, and when they do they cause damage and create health problems for us. Rodents, likes rats and squirrels, love to chew on electrical wires which file their teeth down because a rodents teeth just keep on growing! Can you imagine if they didn't? They'd be dragging themselves around with them! Lol Jokes aside, the result from the chewing can cause serious fire hazards and electrical equipment failures. Raccoons are the cutest animals but carry diseases that are dangerous to us and they can cause serious contamination in an attic with their droppings and parasites. Bat and bird colonies will do the same. We are the quintessential specialists in solving California's wildlife problems with non-lethal humane removal protocols. From snake removal to rat control and everything in between, to restoring your home so you can safely move back in. Our amazing team of wildlife experts with backgrounds in Zoology, Conservation Biology, animal handling, cognitive ethology, animal behavior, diseases, wildlife rehabilitation, wildlife search & rescue, wildlife TV Show Hosts, we do it all. You couldn't be in safer hands.


Hi! I'm Zack Heart aka Outback Zack,

That's me, the human in the pic with the adorable Raccoon kits! They make me look good. Some of you may know me from TV. I host a few different shows. Currently I'm hosting Planet X TV's regular weekly show and the all NEW "Walkabout with Outback Zack". When I'm not performing like a seal on TV, me and my amazing animal removal team are giving home and business owners peace of mind by evicting their animal visitors and making sure they don't return! 

We have been servicing San Bernardino, Big Bear, Malibu, Thousand Oaks, and surrounding cities for the last 8 years and we are so excited to announce that we will be handling animal removal in ALL Cities of Orange County! I am now a resident of Laguna and I can't wait to meet you all! 

Any questions about anything just give us a call.


Zack : )

Orange County Animal Facts and Questions!



Orange County Wildlife Removal FAQ: Is Bat Feces Hazardous To Humans?

The short answer is YES. It is extremely hazardous and a danger to humans. There are a number of very important steps one must take if they are in an environment that contains bat feces, or "Guano" as it is commonly known. Bat feces can be transmitted to humans by touch and also simply by breathing in the particles that become air born. Breathing the spores in causes infection. 

Bat Feces Diseases

There are a number of diseases that can be
 transmitted by these particlesThe No.1 disease transmitted by bat feces is called Histoplasmosis. The disease caused by the fungus Histoplasma Capsulatum. Symptoms vary but this disease affects the lungs. Occasionally it affects other organs and this form is known as disseminated histoplasmosis. The disease in this form can be fatal if untreated. Anyone can get the disease, particularly infants and young children. As well as the elderly and those with weakened immune systems. In most cases those that are infected show don't show ill affects. It is classified as a respiratory disease which produces a sick feeling, fever, dry cough, and chest pains. Some cases progress to chronic lung disease and death if untreated. Symptoms will occur within 3 to 17 days if infected. Salmonella is another condition caused by bat feces or bat urine. Symptoms range from vomiting, diarrhea, to an upset stomach and can be more severe in young children and the elderly.



How To Clean Bat Feces


The danger associated with cleaning bat feces or droppings is that you must be aware that simply by disturbing the feces, countless histoplasmosis particles can become air born, which if inhaled can transmit the disease. You must be extremely careful when cleaning bat or bird droppings, which can also cause the disease. When collected it is wise to use a container or double bags to make sure it is securely contained and poses no threat to anyone.

Safety Measures To Take With Bat Feces

Before entering an area containing bat droppings be sure to be wearing a proper breathing apparatus. This is an imperative device to equip when performing this type of work. Also equip goggles and make sure they secure enough where they hug the face allowing no air in. Clothing must cover all skin. Better to wear a suit you can dispose of depending on volume of bat feces as well as a thick pair gloves to protect your skin as thin gloves may allow the guano to reach your skin.

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