Posts With The Category: "Raccoons"

Feb 16
enviropest employee

Colorado Wildlife Control

Since 1965, EnviroPest has been proud to protect thousands of homes from invading pests, including wild creatures such as raccoons, birds, and bats. As a family owned and operated pest-control business, we have always been more about serving than sales and more about people than profit. This goes for all of our various services including wildlife removal. If you need help removing wild animals or birds from your home, this is what you can expect from EnviroPest's wildlife control specialists.

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Dec 15
raccoon walking through the snow

Winter Intruders

It is cold outside your Colorado home, and you're not the only one who thinks so? This is the time of year when warm-blooded animals have to find a place to hide from the cold. It is also a time of year when food sources are scarce. This increases the likelihood that a wild animal will target your home.

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Oct 15
raccoon in a tree

Cute And Cuddly Raccoons

The biggest danger raccoons pose isn't the fact that they are one of the most significant vectors for the transmission of the rabies virus or that these creatures are able to carry other diseases, like roundworm. What makes these creatures so dangerous is that they are adorable. It's true.

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Oct 14
raccoon looking out of a home in loveland

Why Raccoons Love The Attic

What is the deal with raccoons and attics? Why do they go through all the trouble of getting up in there? The answer is simpler than you might think. In nature, raccoons hide in tree cavities, especially momma raccoons, because they are able to easily watch for predators. Your attic is just another tree cavity. And, as it gets colder outside, they are more motivated to see what is up inside there.

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