Are you looking for a wildlife exterminator? You have come to the right place. Here at Northern Colorado Pest and Wildlife Control we specialize in both pest and wildlife control. What pests do wildlife exterminators handle? We handle wildlife trapping for squirrels, raccoons, skunks, foxes, and coyotes. We also handle bats, birds, snakes, prairie dogs, voles, and pocket gophers. At Northern Colorado Pest and Wildlife Control we pride ourselves on being humane with our animal trapping. We try to use one-way doors to get the animals out of the home but not back in. In other cases, we will trap and relocate when the state allows for relocation.
What do you look for in a wildlife exterminator?
What do you look for in a wildlife exterminator? A lot of our customers look for experience, cost and company reviews. At Northern Colorado Pest and Wildlife Control our owner, Brandon has his bachelor’s degree in wildlife biology from Colorado State University and has been doing wildlife extermination for over 16 years and is a leader within the industry. Cost can vary depending upon the wildlife pest, time and difficulty. Typically, we are not the cheapest and we are not the most expensive but lie somewhere in-between. With wildlife extermination services, you get what you pay for. If the cost seems too good to be true, it probably is. Check out our great reviews on Facebook and Google, a lot of our business comes from word of mouth and from our excellent reviews.
At Northern Colorado Pest and Wildlife Control we provide service along the front range from Fort Collins to Denver and everywhere in-between. We currently do not offer mountain services but if you call, we can provide some excellent recommendations for other companies that do.
One of the most common questions we get is “What got you into this field of work”? The opportunity to work with animals and help people, while being able to share my knowledge and education with our customers.
What is the best wildlife exterminator story that you have?
I was working at a strip mall for pigeons above the store sign, which was up about 25 feet. The call was for pigeons nesting behind the sign and they were causing a mess below, forcing management to power wash off the concrete daily. My job was to figure out some exclusion technique to keep the birds from nesting there. When I got there, I put my ladder up and crawled to the top of the sign and looked behind. To my belief, I found a nest of great-horned owl babies behind the store front sign. Upon seeing the owlets, I immediately knew that I was in a bad position. As soon as I took a step down the ladder, everything went dark. One of the parents saw me and attacked me as they were protecting their babies. The bird’s talons came from behind and wrapped around my left side puncturing my left eye and draining all the fluid out of it. I was able to make it down the ladder the rest of the way and had a person nearby call 911 to get an ambulance. I ended up going through three eye surgeries to save the eye and my eyesight. I was fortunate enough to keep my eye, but I am now legally blind in my left eye. The right eye was unaffected by the incident.
Lucky for me, I love my job and cannot think of anything that I would rather be doing. We encourage you to call if you are having any issues with wildlife pests and let the professionals at Northern Colorado Pest and Wildlife take care of it for you safely. You have come to the right place for your wildlife exterminator needs.