There are a variety of squirrel traps available to buy on from our trap website EAST ANGLIAN WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT but which one will depend on your situation and the way you want to trap. This guide will help you choose the best trap for your individual needs.

The Fenn box is the ideal trap for loft spaces, flat roofs or trapping on the ground, it has restricted entrance to stop non-target catches.

Bait with peanut butter, nuts or squirrel lure.

The tree trap which has a Mk 4 Fenn trap inside is the best option fro trapping outside off the ground. This trap is the equivalent to the Kania 2000 and is mounted on a tree, fence or rail and the squirrel enters the trap from below.

Bait with peanut butter, nuts or squirrel lure.

The bird box trap is designed to house either a Mk4 Fenn trap or 110/116 bodygrip. This trap is recommended when discretion is needed as the trapped squirrel including the tail is taken inside the box.

Bait with peanut butter, nuts or squirrel lure.

The Fenn cage is ideal for hanging on fences or trees and gives a low cost option for trapping squirrels in the garden when discretion is not a problem.

Bait with peanut butter, nuts or squirrel lure.

The rail trap houses a Mk 4 Fenn trap or equivalent and is designed to go on top of rail fencing, planks, tree branches or across streams.

Bait with peanut butter, nuts or squirrel lure.

Live catch traps are used if you have a means of dispatching the captured squirrel or you are in an area of red squirrels where live catch must be used by law.

Bait with whole maize, nuts or bird seed.