Frequently Asked Questions
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What do I do if there is a skunk / bat / snake or other wildlife on my property?
Encountering a wild animal on your property can be a stressful and potentially dangerous situation. It's important to take the necessary precautions to protect yourself and the animal. The first step is to avoid any physical contact with the animal. It's important to remember that wild animals are unpredictable and may become aggressive if they feel threatened.
If you spot a skunk, bat, snake, or any other type of wildlife on your property, it's best to contact a licensed pest control company for removal. They have the proper training and equipment to safely and humanely remove the animal from your property. Alternatively, you can contact Colorado Parks and Wildlife for more information on how to handle the situation.
Prevention is the best way to avoid encounters with wildlife on your property. Most animals are attracted to food, water, or shelter, so it's important to remove any potential sources of attraction. Keep your garbage in an enclosed, inaccessible area like the garage, and clean up any spilled food or water immediately.
Sealing any entry points into your home, such as cracks or gaps in the walls or roof, can also help keep wildlife out. By taking these preventative measures, you can reduce the likelihood of encountering wildlife on your property.