Spring is in the air! Along with colorful daffodils and tulips, come baby animals who, at times, become lost or orphaned. Walking along a path, you spot a fawn in the underbrush or a baby bird with an early escape from the confines of its nest….how do you handle this? As an animal lover myself, our … More Use caution when finding baby wild animals.
The Cervidae family consists of some of the largest land mammals in North America: white-tailed deer, mule deer, black-tailed, elk, caribou, and moose. As rapid suburban sprawl encroached on their wild areas during the last part of the twentieth century, their numbers seemed to shrink. Yet, some species, especially deer and elk, have bounced back … More Cervidae in Suburbia
We hear this a lot from clients, “My neighbor, she buys dog food and just leaves it out for the raccoons. Now they’re living under my house!”. This kindhearted neighbor is causing one of the worst offenses against the natural order, yet they believe they are helping. It’s good to want to help wild animals, … More Please don’t feed the wildlife
It’s bound to happen at one point or another, you walk out the back door and see it laying there. A dead wild animal. Maybe it was a raccoon, maybe it was an opossum, or maybe it was a rat, whatever it was you want it gone. This is a problem for urban and suburbanites … More What to do with a dead raccoon in the yard.
Welcome to Critter Control of Seattle’s new blog. We decided that after 17, almost 18 years in business that we had enough entertaining stories that we should share them with everyone. Our business is nuisance urban wildlife and pest control. For those who haven’t seen our bright yellow trucks rolling through Seattle, Tacoma, Bellevue, Redmond, … More Up and running