Living in Mead, you are not likely to come across a mountain lion or a Colorado bison. But your home could become a wild animal’s refuge someday. That is when you need to search Humane Animal Removal Service Mead CO. You will find Northern Colorado Pest & Wildlife Control. Call today if wildlife is moving in on your property.
According to the Colorado Wildlife Council, there are more than 5 million people in Colorado. That means people and wild animals are sharing space now more than ever. And that means human-wildlife conflict is an increasing issue. You may need to ask one day, ‘How to get a raccoon out of the chimney’ or ‘what to do with a squirrel nest in the house.’ Your house and property also may become a home base for bats, fox squirrels, Northern Flickers, invasive birds, prairie dogs, rabbits, raccoons, skunks, garter snakes, voles, and pocket gophers. All have their own destructive tendencies and you may need emergency critter control. See our wildlife control page for more.
We are the Humane Animal Removal Service Mead CO can count on
Northern Colorado Pest & Wildlife Control values all Colorado wildlife. We share the environment with these animals and believe that they are a valuable part of the ecosystem and our lives. We actively participate in conservation in the area and we practice what we preach. Our goal as wildlife managers is to help and educate our customers with human and wildlife conflict. As the Front Range of Colorado grows, these conflicts are more common.
Wildlife management presents many options. We can use repellents, exclusion, behavioral changes, habitat manipulation and trapping to safely corral and move them. We strongly believe that prevention is the best solution and we always take the time to educate our customers on ways to minimize human and wildlife conflict. It is also important to understand that some of these animals carry disease. Check out Boulder County’s Animals & Pests page here.
If you want to keep Colorado’s creatures where they belong, call Northern Colorado Pest & Wildlife Control to keep your home from becoming a wildlife habitat.