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Today was a great day for hunting after the rain temperatures were high and so is the iguana activity. We use basic tactics to hunt down these iguanas and made a tasting meal out of one .there still an strong army of them in Florida they might be passing a law that permits air gun shooting Rumor Has It this iguana was hunted on private property with permissionCan I remove iguanas from my property?
Green iguanas are not protected in Florida except by anti-cruelty laws and can be removed from private property year-round with landowner permission. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) encourages removal of green iguanas from private properties by landowners. Members of the public may also remove iguanas from 22 FWC managed public lands without a license or permit under Executive Order 17-11 . Captured iguanas can be kept as personal pets or can be humanely euthanized, but cannot be relocated and released at other locations in Florida. More information about humane methods of euthanasia is available from the American Veterinary Medical Association . Homeowners that trap iguanas on their property can obtain euthanasia services from local exotic veterinarians, humane societies or animal control offices. For more information, view the FWC’s PowerPoint on Iguana Technical Assistance for Homeowners.
How can I deter green iguanas from frequenting my property?
If you have an iguana frequenting your area, you can take steps to deter the animal such as modifying the habitat around your home or humanely harassing the animal. Examples of effective habitat modification and harassment include:
Removing plants that act as attractantsFilling in holes to discourage burrowingHanging wind chimes or other items that make intermittent noisesHanging CDs that have reflective surfacesSpraying the animals with water as a deterrent
View the FWC presentation Iguana Technical Assistance for Homeo