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Types of Wildlife and Animal Problems in Colorado Springs, CO

Colorado Springs Wildlife Control Info

If you need a professional wildlife trapper in Colorado Springs, CO call A All Animal Control of Colorado Springs: (719) 635-5808

State bird: Lark bunting
State mammal: Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep
State reptile: Western painted turtle
State amphibian: N/A
State fish: Greenback cutthroat trout
State insect: Colorado hairstreak butterfly

Colorado is home to most of the Southern Rocky Mountains but also shares a portion of the state with the Great Plains. This gives the region a wide variety of both flat grassland and cooler mountain terrain. The Rocky Mountains are just as described; mountains covered in loose, mammoth rocks. Some are tall enough to be capped with snow the majority of the year, and many are within reasonable climbing efforts. Interestingly enough, many of the mountains have shallow ponds at the very top, a source of water for the creatures not wishing the venture too far into the valleys.

Large animals thrive in this region. The state has herds of elk, mule deer, white-tailed deer, and mountain goats. Moose and grizzly bears are also seen, though they are not as common as the abovementioned animals. Other predators in the wild include mountain lions, black bears, coyotes, wolves, and bobcats.

While animals that love the mountains and the forests are in ready supply, critters that enjoy the grassy plains are also in abundance. Colorado has plenty of pocket gophers, prairie dogs, rabbits, ground squirrels, bison, badgers, and pronghorn deer.

Problematic critters in the state are also numerous. People find frequent issues with raccoons, skunks, opossums, beaver, otters, armadillos, and squirrels. There are numerous species of mice living in Colorado, another reason for homeowners to be diligent about home repair.

Beaver are so numerous in Colorado that the state often warns tourists and hunters about the dangers of "beaver fever", also known as giardiasis, intestinal discomfort caused by the microscopic organism giardia. Drinking water from a mountain stream is not advisable until you reach a certain elevation because the issue is so common.

Unfortunately, Colorado is also the home to three invasive species currently giving environmental agencies a difficult time. Zebra and Quagga mussels have invaded lakes, and rusty crayfish are infiltrating streams. The New Zealand mudsnail is also non-native, and no one knows how it arrived in Colorado. The mudsnail moves easily between bodies of water by attaching to boats and then upsets the ecosystem by eating aquatic vegetation. The mollusks are tiny, and the Colorado Department of Fish and Game asks boaters and swimmers to clean their equipment thoroughly after use, allowing it to dry in the sun for 10 days between uses in different water beds. 
  Colorado Springs Raccoons: This masked animal is fairly common in Colorado Springs, CO. They frequently raid trash cans and steal pet food. They also often choose to live in the attic or chimney of your home. One of Colorado's beautiful animals, but often a nuisance. We offer Colorado Springs raccoon removal.
  Colorado Springs Squirrels: Squirrels are often a pest in Colorado Springs. They love to live in an attic, and will chew on wood or electrical wires. They are agile creatures, and live throughout the state of Colorado. Call A All Animal Control of Colorado Springs if you need squirrel removal in Colorado Springs.
  Colorado Springs Opossum: You may spot this animal in Colorado Springs at night time, perhaps rooting through your garbage. This opportunistic animal will take your pet's food or live under your porch. The possum is a great Colorado survivor, and not all that ugly.
  Colorado Springs Snakes: There are many species of snakes in Colorado Springs, but few are venomous. If you need help identifying snakes of Colorado, browse this site or give us a call at (719) 635-5808. We at A All Animal Control of Colorado Springs can provide Colorado Springs snake control any time you need us.
  Colorado Springs Rat Control: The Norway Rat, Roof Rat, and House Mouse inhabit most areas of North America that people inhabit, including most Colorado cities. They contaminate food and love to live in the walls or attic of a home. A All Animal Control of Colorado Springs can get rid of them once and for all.
  Colorado Springs Bats: Bats are special animals, and found throughout Colorado. They are good creatures and eat a lot of insects, but if you have an infestation of bats in your home or building, you can give us a call for professional Colorado Springs bat removal and control.
We are experts with all kinds of CO wildlife. If you need Colorado Springs pigeon control, geese or other bird removal, we can help. We are experts with skunks and skunk problems, digging animals such as moles, armadillos, & groundhogs, and we offer Colorado beaver control and removal. A All Animal Control of Colorado Springs also provides dead animal removal services. (719) 635-5808

We service Downtown Colorado Springs, Black Forest, Monument, Castle Rock, Palmer Lake, Woodland Park, Falcon, Ellicot, Peyton, Calhan and surrounding areas. 20+ years experience in Nuisance Wildlife Removal.
 

Colorado Springs Wildlife Tip
Can A Rodent In Attic Get Out? - Rodents in the attic are a common problem for many households and unfortunately, can cause many thousands dollars’ worth of damage before they are successfully eradicated. Rodents are capable of squeezing through the tiniest of spaces and their natural inquisitiveness means that they will try to get in anywhere and everywhere. Any gap that is not quite big enough for a rodent does not pose a problem – they will chew their way through causing more damage on the way.

Once you have rodents in the attic you will no doubt want to get them out. Rodents can cause tremendous amounts of damage to your electrical wiring, cabling, heating and air conditioning systems as well as the structure of the your building. Rodents also take a spray and spread approach with feces and urine – often urinating as they run. This means that when you do manage to eradicate your rodent problem you may well need to replace all of the insulation in your attic space and carry out a thorough deep clean of the whole area. Once you have ensured complete eradication of your rodent and waste, you must take careful steps to seal your home against further invasion. This may require some detective and observational work on your part. 
Colorado Springs, CO Wildlife News Clip:
Wildlife - Raccoons and Snakes and Ferrets and Prairie Dogs in Colorado Springs

The 2-pound ferret, wearing a thin, tan radio collar for tracking, darted back and forth in his cage. "By 120 days, they want to be out on their own, doing what Raccoons and Snakes and Ferrets do," said Brian Holmes, one of four Bureau of Land Management biologists releasing the last batch of Raccoons and Snakes and Ferrets for 2005 onto the plains of a reintroduction site near Massadona on Wednesday. Colorado has an abundance of wildlife, and Colorado Springs is no exception.

He searched for an abandoned prairie dog hole and, finding a den he liked, set José's cage on the bare earth mound and opened the door. A tentative pink nose poked out, followed by beady eyes set in a black fur mask. José let out one last burst of scolding chatter, then shot down into the hole, maybe never to be seen again. Although several species of wildlife roam Colorado Springs, only a few, such as raccoons and squirrels, are considered pest wildlife.

The National Black-footed Ferret Conservation Center on the plains north of Fort Collins is the Ellis Island for Raccoons and Snakes and Ferrets. Colorado has many reptiles, and it's important to be able to identify Colorado Springs snake species and mammals.

All animals bound for reintroduction sites first go to the collection of pens and buildings where they get used to living outdoors. The first thing human visitors see when they walk into the main office is a postersized, black-and-white photo of thousands of poisoned prairie dogs piled in a heap. Remember to treat the wild animals of Colorado Springs, Colorado, with respect.

 


Our city, Colorado Springs is located in almost the center of the state of Colorado, slightly to the east of the Rocky Mountains. Near by is the famous Pikes Peak, which is only one of the great tourist attractions to the city. The ProRodeo Hall of Fame, Cave of the Winds, Garden of the Gods, and the Manitou Cliff Dwellings also draw people to Colorado Springs. It has a population of roughly 361,000 people, making it the second largest city in Colorado. Colorado Springs attracts many young Americans who are looking for an excellent education with the following universities and special schools; Colorado College, US Air Force Academy, Colorado School for the Deaf and the Blind, and the U. of Colorado at Colorado Springs. It also attracts sports fans with the Sky Sox baseball team, Blizzard soccer team, and the Air Force Academy's Fighting Falcons. We also service the towns of Midway, Colorado Springs East, Northgate, Colorado Springs West, Briargate, and rat control in Calhan, Falcon and also animal control in Yoder, Colorado Springs Southwest, Florrisant, Colorado Springs Central, Widefield, Woodland Park, Gleneagle and pest control in Colorado Springs Northeast, Black Forest, Elbert, Monument, Green Mountain Falls, Powers and wild animal services in Palmer Lake, Security, Victor, and rodent removal in Rock Creek, Divide, Peyton, Old Colorado City, Cascade and wildlife management in Teller County, and wildlife trapping in Manitou Springs, Cripple Creek, Ramah. Our range includes Woodland Park, Black Forest, Manitou Springs, Security, Fountain, and other towns in El Paso County and Teller County.
 
You're still reading this page? We do not operate Colorado Springs wildlife rescue, but are a privately owned nuisance wildlife removal service company. If you need a pro in Colorado Springs to solve your problem for you, call A All Animal Control of Colorado Springs: (719) 635-5808 and they can help you with your Colorado Springs wildlife problem.
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