Posted by Frank on 7/7/2015, 10:54 am, in reply to "Re: Wild Iguana" 18.104.22.168
What can be done once they are trapped? I tried multiple agencies a few years back and they said it is illegal to release them once trapped and you can't kill them,and are illegal to sell. They aren't cheap to anyone in Florida because they destroy your plants etc. But once I found out there is no legal way to deal with them, and there are so many appearing endlessly (except if the temps drop), I realized I can give them weeds and save my plants, and learn to love them,or be endlessly frustrated.
I read you can hire someone like if you have raccoons etc. But the ones I called a few years ago said iguanas are pointless because the next day or week there are 10 more.None were interested or helpful.
There's a few iguanas I know from being here a long time and do not mind them as they are aging, (and my injured guy), but if there is a legal/humane way to not have a gazillion, I would like to know about it.