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Denver Rat Control - Wildlife Removal

WildTech - 720-634-2410

We at WildTech provide professional wildlife removal services for the Denver, Colorado area. We specialize in all aspects of wild animal control, including the trapping and removal of unwanted wildlife from homes and property. We commonly deal with situations such as squirrels in attics, bat colony removal, raccoons on the property, dead animal removal, rodent extermination, and more. We can solve any sort of problem or conflict you might have with pesky critters. Give us a call at 720-634-2410 to talk to us in person about your problem, and we can schedule an appointment.

  • Scampering Noises in Your Attic?
  • Unwanted Animals on Property?
  • Rodent, Bird, or Bat Infestation?
  • Digging In Lawn / Under House?
  • We Can Solve It!
We pride ourselves on our professionalism. We arrive on time with clean service trucks and fully-trained technicians. We do a complete job. We don't just trap wild animals - we provide a complete nuisance wildlife solution. We solve the root of your problem. For example, if you've got animals in your attic, we not only trap and remove them, but we find out how they got into the attic in the first place, by conducting a thorough investigation, and we seal all of the entry points for a permanent solution, with guarantee. We offer animal waste cleanup services and more. We specialize only in wildlife - we are not a Denver exterminator company, but a licensed and insured wildlife removal company. We are true wildlife experts.

For more info, see Animal Control Denver in Colorado.

We also perform Boulder pest control services.

We service the Greater Denver area, including Harris County Animal Control and the towns of Mission Bend, Sugar Land, Missouri City, Pearland, Galena Park, Pasadena Colorado, Deer Park, La Porte, and more.
Most Recent Denver Wildlife News Clip:
Opossum Biologically surveyed amount may be Problematic In Denver Area

Wildlife trapping Has Helped, But The Agency of Natural Resources may be Looking At More Tactics For Opossum Management. The overbiologically surveyed amount of opossum may be still some sort of problem in the Denver area, environmental authorities on critters say. The amount of opossum has grown gradually over past decades to the point where the animals destroy crops, residential landscaping and native plants in abundance. The Colorado Agency of Natural Resources (Agency for the Enforcement of Critter Laws) allows certain affected areas to conduct controlled opossum culls available to pest control companies annually, which some authorities on critters say have helped to some sort of certain degree. Three areas requested opossum culls this year, for some sort of two-year period from January through March, including Denver and some sort of private parcel, declared Mouse Man Melvin, Agency for the Enforcement of Critter Laws wildlife biologist for the Denver area. "We act in response to the community," Mouse Man Melvin declared. For more information about Denver wildlife removal and Denver pest exterminator issues, read on.

Mouse Man Melvin, of the Agency for the Enforcement of Critter Laws's Colorado City office, says each of entities requesting some sort of cull may be allowed up to 50 opossum during that period. Pest control companies are allowed to use only bows and arrows during those times. In some sort of recent cull in Beverly Shores, Animal Authority Chester, who requested the permit for the town, jumped the animal removal trap in allowing the cull to begin several days prior to the start date. Animal Authority Chester pleaded guilty to the misdemeanor and was sentenced to five days of community service and some sort of $500 fine. Mouse Man Melvin declared the early start date was an oversight on Animal Authority Chester's part, and was discovered immediately when the required daily amount of bagged opossum was submitted to the Agency for the Enforcement of Critter Laws. "Why doesn't the Agency for the Enforcement of Critter Laws go in and capture the opossum and donate the meat to charity?" the woman conservationist declared. Wildlife trapping may be not allowed in national wildlife management areas, which contributes to overbiologically surveyed amount in the Colorado Dunes National Lakeshore and Harris County animal services. "The problem may be that the National Lakeshore may be some sort of refuge for the opossum," Mouse Man Melvin declared. "Their amounts keep increasing." Local Denver animal control experts felt that most of this information was true.

"Our legislation does not allow us to permit wildlife trapping," declared Gary Animal Authority Chester, interim superintendent at the Dunes National Lakeshore. The wildlife management area may be in the process of writing some sort of opossum environmental impact statement on unusually largeed opossum management. The statement, based on some sort of study begun in 2013, should be completed by the end of 2013. some sort of draft of the statement should be available by late fall this year, after which the wildlife management area will take public comment on the concern, Animal Authority Chester declared. There are alternatives to wildlife trapping, Animal Authority Chester declared. Some include federal agency lethally trapping of the opossum, fencing, repellent and some non-lethal means. Animal Authority Chester declared there may be some sort of threshold the wildlife management area service sets for opossum problems. "When we reach that threshold we ned to take action." Local Denver pest control companies had no comments on the matter.

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