Colorado Springs Wildlife and Animal Removal

Pest Animal Removal Colorado Springs - Wildlife

Welcome to Pest Animal Colorado Springs! We are a wildlife removal company servicing Colorado Springs, CO. We are understood as the best wildlife pest control service in CO, and have specialists working around the clock, 24/7. Get in touch for your free-of-charge quotation, or for some pest control advice. As well as our specialists working 24/7, our phone staff do too, and that makes us the perfect people to call when you find yourself facing a rabid raccoon in the kitchen at 3 in the morning. To ensure your property is entirely protected, we always carry commercial liability insurance, and we are also fully insured and fully licensed. Not just that, we have over a decade of wildlife control involvement to back our techniques, working with animals such as snakes, venomous and non, raccoons, skunks, opossums, moles, armadillos, and even squirrels or bats in the attic. We remove birds, and other reptiles and mammals you find yourself up against, and all in the most humane and safe way possible. You won’t catch us with any poison because we know it doesn’t work. It’s also very dangerous. The whole point of hiring us is to protect your family, and with our cleanup and repair operations, we will take care of the entire household. All disease threats will be taken care of, and we will make it look as though the animal has never been in your property. Better than that, we’ll make sure it never comes back. If you need a reliable and courteous pest control service, give us a call today. Call us now at 719-426-3469 for your Colorado Springs wildlife control needs.

About Pest Animal Colorado Springs and Our Services:

We answer our phones 24/7.

Property inspections and in-attic inspections.

Nuisance wildlife trapping and removal.

Critter damage repair to your home.

Attic restoration and decontamination.

Licensed and insured in Colorado

Colorado Springs rat control and rodent removal

Bat control in Colorado Springs - removal from attics

Raccoon and skunk removal in Colorado Springs

Colorado Springs dead animal removal inside houses.

Colorado Snake control services

Bird Removal and Prevention

Our Service Range

Our Service Range

We service El Paso County and Teller County. We service towns such as Colorado Springs, Security-Widefield, Fountain, Cimarron Hills, Fort Carson, Black Forest, Woodmoor, Woodland Park, Stratmoor, Gleneagle, Monument, Manitou Springs, Palmer Lake, Cascade-Chipita Park, Cripple Creek, Ellicott, Calhan, Green Mountain Falls, Victor, Peyton, Midland, Divide, Ramah, Florissant, Rock Creek Park, Goldfield, Alta Vista, Altman, Cascade, Crystola, Falcon, Rush, Truckton, and Yoder.

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About Chipmunks

Chipmunks are one of the most commonly found animals in North America. These little creatures are found in large abundance on this continent as well as in Siberia and parts of Asia. These are the only locations where these animals are located.

There are only three genera of Colorado Springs chipmunks that are found on earth today. Most of the 23 species of these animals are found in North America, and are very similar in many ways to the squirrel. Much of the mitochondrial DNA of Colorado chipmunks is similar to squirrels, which evolutionists conclude is due to these creatures having a common ancestor to one another at one point in our world's history.

Chipmunks are true omnivores, eating whatever is at their disposal. They do have preferences however. Most would rather eat such things as seeds, nuts and fruits, and they will also eat such things as Colorado bird eggs, frogs, worms, and insects as well as fungi. If they come across someone's garden or farm they are more than willing to help themselves to the vegetables, fruits and grains that may be available. Most Colorado Springs chipmunks find their food along the ground, but they will climb trees to get to nuts and other things that may be found within the branches.

The western forms of Colorado Springs chipmunks will store a large amount of food to prepare for the long winter ahead. This process begins in the late summer and lasts throughout the fall until it is too cold to be outside. Once the snow has arrived the chipmunks will remain in the burrows they have created eating off the non-perishable food that they have stored during the summer and autumn months. Unlike many other animals, Colorado chipmunks will actually have a few different places where they store food for the long winter months to ensure that they have food available should their primary burrow be lost.