Free Greater Lansing Wildlife Control Resources/ Michigan

The below government agencies may provide free wildlife services in Greater Lansing


  • Ingham County Animal Services: 1-800-292-7800
  • Greater Lansing Wildlife Rehabilitation Clinic: 517-663-6153
  • Michigan Wildlife Commission: 1-800-292-7800
  • Greater Lansing Police Department: 517-483-4600
Depending on the nature of your wildlife conflict, these agencies might be able to help you for free. Read the below description of each agency and how it works, and what you can say to get free wildlife removal services in Greater Lansing, MI.

Ingham County Animal Services: 1-800-292-7800

Animal ControlThis is the government animal control services operating in Ingham County and sponsored by the city of Greater Lansing. This agency typically deals with domestic animal issues involving dogs and cats. This includes things like dangerous dogs, stray cats, pet adoptions, etc. However, this agency will sometimes lend assistance with wildlife concerns. Call 1-800-292-7800 and ask if they will assist with your wildlife problem. To increase the chance of success, do not lie, but if applicable, state that the problem is a public health matter in Greater Lansing, or that you feel the public safety is at risk, perhaps due to the spread of rabies or other diseases.

Greater Lansing Wildlife Rehabilitation Clinic: 517-663-6153

RehabberThis is NOT a government agency. It is privately run, and operates on volunteer donations. This is a wildlife rehabber facility that deals strictly with wild animals. They may be able to help you with your wildlife problem, depending on the type of problem. The level of help might depend on their resources at the time. They will almost surely help in any case of an injured wild animal, or an orphaned baby animal, such as a baby squirrel or bird that fell out of a tree, or a baby opossum, etc. Please treat Greater Lansing Wildlife Rehabilitation kindly and donate if you are able to.

Michigan Wildlife Commission: 1-800-292-7800

Game WardenThis is the statewide government wildlife agency in Michigan, using your tax dollars to address wildlife issues. Sometimes called the Michigan Fish & Wildlife Agency. Michigan game wardens address many wildlife management matters, from hunting licenses, to poaching, endangered species, and yes, wildlife management. They deal with wild animals outside the range of a pest control company, such as cougars or bears. But they also have resources that may apply to your wildlife problem. To increase the chance of success, state that the problem is a public health matter in Michigan perhaps due to the spread of rabies or other diseases.

Greater Lansing Police Department: 517-483-4600

PoliceYes, the Greater Lansing police department will sometimes help with wildlife problems! I've seen many cases of the cops chasing down an errant bat in your house or snake in your pool! To increase the chance of success, never lie to the police dispatcher, but if applicable, state that you feel your personal safety is at risk, or the problem is a public safety matter in Greater Lansing, or a public health issue perhaps due to the spread of rabies or other diseases. Success may come down to whether or not a police officer wants to show up to this call, or is available. It's not always consistent.

When should you hire a company and pay for wildlife control services?

Greater Lansing Wildlife Control If you can't manage to get free service, we can help. No free agency is going to provide the level of service we provide. We specialize in all aspects of wildlife control. It's what we do. If you have animals in your attic, for example, you need someone to inspect your home and attic, identify and remove the animals with advanced techniques and equipment, you need repairs to your roof or vents to keep critters out, and repair and cleanup in your attic. The Greater Lansing or Michigan government services aren't going to do that for you. Call us if you want to get:

  • Fast Service: Usually Same-Day
  • Animals Removed From Your Attic, With Home Repairs and Cleanup
  • Complete and Permanent Removal of Rodents From Your Home
  • Removal of a Bat Colony, or Prevention of Birds on Buildings
  • Humane Treatment of Wildlife and Courteous Customer Service
We are not free, but our prices are reasonable and fair for the work we provide. Check our year 2020 prices for wildlife control work. Call us 24/7 to schedule an appointment: 517-219-1075

Michigan's residential, commercial, municipal, and industrial wild animal removal, relocation, & exclusion service! Sorry, we do NOT handle live domestic animals. Go back to the main Greater Lansing Wildlife Control page to learm more about our company.

Michigan Animal Control, LLC provides professional wildlife control for both residential & commercial customers in the city of Greater Lansing in Michigan. We offer custom animal control solutions for almost any type of wildlife problem, whether it be the noises of squirrels running through the attic, a colony of bats living in a building, animals digging in your yard, or the destructive behavior of a raccoon or other critter, we have the experience and the tools to quickly and professionally solve your problem. For a consultation and price quote, give us a call at 517-219-1075

Greater Lansing Wildlife Tip:
What does brown snake poo look like. - It's brown. Well, yes, but it is a bit more involved than that. Snake poo is brown when it is first excreted. It is not usually in any particular shape, but is often a mass of super-moist slop. Snakes are strict carnivores and have little fiber in their diet to create completely solid stool. Depending on the size of the animal, indigestible items like nails, teeth, and bones will be present in the poo. Many times there will also be white streaks of urea or a urea cap somewhere within the excrement. As snake droppings dry they become chalky in coloration. This can help you to determine how old the droppings are. Snake poo will dry faster or slower depending on the region of the country and the environment. It is usually difficult to identify snake poop from the waste of other animals. Snakes have haphazard piles of droppings, and the only identifying substance, urea, is not always visible. If you are worried about snakes, looking at the improvements that need to be done to your property is the first step. A home with tall grass and lots of debris or lawn ornaments will be a likely area for snakes to investigate.

We are happy to provide the information for free Greater Lansing wildlife removal services. Hopefully one of these agencies is able to help you. If not, we are happy to help you solve your wildlife problem, quickly, professionally, and humanely. Our wildlife control work is superior to any of the work you will find from these free services. Feel free to call us 24/7 at 517-219-1075 to discuss your wildlife issue, and we can give you a price quote over the phone.

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