Beverly Hills and its environs are home to a myriad of critters, from coyotes and mountain lions to squirrels and skunks.
This page provides answers to questions you may have related to our wildlife, as well as resources for more information.
To request dead animal pick-up in the City of Beverly Hills and on public property, please phone the City of Beverly Hills at (310) 285-PETS (7387). If you have a dead animal on private property you may contact an independent licensed animal trapper or extermination company for service. or phone the PETS number for referral.
Feral cats live permanently outside of a domestic home and are not owned as companion animals or pets. The City of Beverly Hills City Council adopted the Beverly Hills Feral Cat TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return) Program to humanely manage the feral cat population.
The Community Preservation Division regulates the Feral Cat TNR Program. Those interested in participating may submit an application for a TNR Partner or Individual Permit by contacting the Community Preservation Division at (310) 285-1119.
There are two ways to help keep unwanted wildlife away from your property:
The California Wildlife Center (CWC) is involved with the protection of native wildlife through rehabilitation, education and conservation. Their core work is the rescue and rehabilitation of sick, injured and orphaned native wildlife; they are supported by state-of-the-art animal care and rehabilitation facilities, professionally trained staff, and dedicated volunteers.