Ottawa is the capital city of Canada. 

It’s the home of the Parliament Buildings, the residence of the Prime Minister and other national political figures.

Ottawa is one of Canada’s fastest growing cities, having passed the 1 million mark in population in 2019. 

The City of Ottawa covers the largest geographic area for any city in Canada. The City of Ottawa has large tracts of farm land and forest, making great habitat for wildlife.  As the city expands there is more and more  wildlife in the city.

In addition to all of the people, memorials, museums and other cultural items of national significance, Ottawa is also the home to a large number of types of wildlife. 

Heritage Wildlife Management has been serving the citizens of Ottawa and surrounding communities for five generations! 

We have extensive experience in helping homeowners remove all types of problematic wildlife from their homes and properties.

Although the Greater Ottawa Area includes Gatineau across the river in Quebec, Heritage Wildlife Management concentrates on serving the city of Ottawa and communities on the Ontario side of the border, generally within an hour or so of Ottawa.

If you live in Ottawa, Manotick or Barrhaven and have a problem with and/or need removal of:

Our staff is qualified through the National Wildlife Control Operators Association (NWCOA) and uses the most up-to-date, humane methods of removing wildlife from homes and offices.

Here are some links to some of Ottawa’s attractions:

National Gallery of Canada

Canadian Museum of History

Canada Science and Technology Museum

Canada Aviation and Space Museum

Canada Agriculture and Food Museum

Canadian Museum of Nature

Canadian War Museum

City of Ottawa:

 Ottawa’s Animal Care and Control Bylaw