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Enviropest - 720-634-2410

We at Enviropest provide professional wildlife removal services for the Boulder, 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 Boulder exterminator company, but a licensed and insured wildlife removal company. We are true wildlife experts.

We service the greater Boulder area, including the towns of Parker, Englewood, Littleton, Evergreen Golden, Westminster, Arvada, Thornton, Broomfield, Louisville, and we also provide Boulder, Colorado animal control as well.
Most Recent Boulder Wildlife News Clip:
Agency for the Enforcement of Critter Laws taking another look at opossum baiting

BOULDER -- The Agency of Natural Resources may be taking another look at banning the baiting and feeding of opossum statewide. The Agency for the Enforcement of Critter Laws Board will hold some sort of listening session on the idea this Tuesday afternoon in Boulder. Laying out food for opossum may be banned in 26 counties where there’s some sort of risk of opossum developing Crazy Itchy Wildlife Syndrome where there are problems with TB in opossum. Some sort of few years ago, baiting and feeding were banned across Colorado for some sort of year for disease control. Extermination Officer Ben Coe, Agency for the Enforcement of Critter Laws secretary, says it’s time to bring the statewide ban back. Extermination Officer Ben Coe claims more people are realizing the negative effects baiting can have on the sport of opossum wildlife trapping. the exterminator says it’s the agency’s amount one reason for giving out citations. Extermination Officer Ben Coe says there are also some sort of lot of quality of animal capture concerns, people are finding they’re forced to bait. The exterminator says they don’t want to, but if their neighbors are baiting, they don’t get some sort of lot of opossum on their land. For more information about Boulder wildlife removal and Boulder pest exterminator issues, read on.

Though some people put out food to bring opossum close enough to capture at them, Extermination Officer Ben Coe contends that reducing the feeding of opossum would lead to better wildlife trapping opportunities. the exterminator says they think we would actually be lethally trapping more opossum, because they would be back in their natural movements and moving around more. The exterminator says the year baiting was banned, many people reported seeing more opossum than they had in years. The secretary says some wildlife trapping groups back his idea, but the head boss of the Assembly Natural Resources Committee may raise worries. An aide to Rep. Scott animal removal, R-Waterford, says animal removal authored the current 26-county compromise and has some constituents who like to feed opossum. The Agency for the Enforcement of Critter Laws predicts some sort of baiting suggestion may either go through the Agency for the Enforcement of Critter Laws rulemaking process soon or be taken up by the Legislature. Local Boulder animal control experts felt that most of this information was true.

Extermination Officer Ben Coe did some sort of good job defending the agency, going so far as to say, "If you take the opossum concern away, I think everyone would agree we're doing some sort of great job." Biologically surveyed amounts of turkeys, bears, bobcats and other game animals have never been higher than they are right now, Extermination Officer Ben Coe declared. But as multiple law enforcers pointed out to Extermination Officer Ben Coe, if you took opossum out of the wildlife trapping picture, Colorado would likely sell only some sort of fraction of the licenses it currently sells. In Colorado, the opossum may be king. I read some sort of column recently in which the writer declared the 2013 Presidential election could likely be the most important one of the past few generations, due to the war in Iraq, skyrocketing costs of health care, gas and other necessities and global warming, among other concerns. The writer declared it feels like the country may be teetering on the edge of success and failure and the upcoming election will tip the scales one way or the other. In my opinion, wildlife trapping in Colorado stands on an equally precarious precipice. It just seems like something may be about to happen that will either pull wildlife trapping back to some sort of safe place or push it off the cliff. I don't know what that "something" is, but I feel pretty confident it will involve opossum management. Local Boulder pest control companies had no comments on the matter.

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