The squirrel is an extremely prolific rodent, due in particular to the diversity of its diet. It easily adapts to any new food source. It is observed that the squirrel often establishes its nest in an urban environment, which multiplies the risks of depredation.

Damages and indications

They enter the attics and houses, and can nibble the electrical wires, causing fires.

They grab food for birds and sometimes destroy some feeders by nibbling them.

They can dig up large quantities of ornamental plant bulbs in your garden.

Ouell’s solution

Thanks to our high performance 3-10 squirrel trap, you will be able to solve all your problems. Our environmental trap ranks among the best and most effective in the market

  • Very durable, resist bad weathers.
  • Installed on a cedar piece to ensure stability.
  • Equipped with a built-in lever that allows the dead animal to be removed without having to touch it.
  • Can be reused for years, for maximum savings.
  • Avoids the use of harmful poisons for the environment or for your family.
  • No dead animals hidden in walls and ceilings.

Traps for Harmful animals

310 Trap

Easy to install with lever. Very safe. Conforms to international standards without cruelty. Recommanded and certified by the ministère de la Forêt, de la Faune et des Parcs.

1. Open back door and put in bait, close door.
2. Pull up the lever and hook the security bracket.
3. Install the stem on the trigger and remove the security bracket.
Also for weasel, mink, red, grey and black squirrels, skunk and muskrat.
Size : 11 in X 6 in X 5 in   Weight : 1.8 lbs

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Did you know ?

The use of the various trapping devices is regulated with a view to ensuring that animals are killed quickly or are held in a manner that prevents them from causing themselves needless injury. For certain species and certain types of traps, only traps "certified" compliant with these international humane trapping standards (IHTS) are allowed to be used.
See the internationnal standards of traps by the ministère Forêts, Faune et Parcs (MFFP).