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Wildlife Problems in Quad Cities, IA

On the border of Iowa and Illinois, the cities of Rock Island, Moline, Davenport, and Bettendorf make up the Quad Cities. With a large metro area, this region is a haven for adaptable urban pests that turn homes and yards into sources of food and shelter.

Nuisance Squirrels

Able to adapt to living near humans, many types of tree squirrels are common in both rural and urban areas of the Quad Cities. These pests create problems from above and below. Squirrels may climb onto the roof to nest in the attic or dig multiple holes across the yard to bury nuts and seeds.

Raccoon Dens

Raccoons often pick attics, basements, and chimneys as places to raise their young. With their nimble fingers, these pests will rip screens or tear away siding and shingles to reach their goal. In addition to creating damage, an infestation can last quite a while. Kits stay with their mothers longer than most mammals, and female raccoons are fiercely protective.

Bats in the Neighborhood

In the Quad Cities, houses may serve as bat roosting spots. By sticking close to people, bats ensure that mosquitoes, a favorite food source, remain readily available. Though natural mosquito control does a lot of good, bats can still cause plenty of issues, including spreading rabies through bites and scratches.

Quad Cities Rodents

Residents must contend with various rodents in and around homes such as gophers, rats, and mice. Gophers primarily live in outdoor burrows of their own creation. Their tunnels and dirt piles frequently damage mowers and lawn equipment.

On the other hand, rodents often settle indoors. The pests contaminate pantry items with droppings and urine. A rat or mouse will also gnaw on wiring and leave greasy rub marks on walls.

A Neighborhood Predator

Coyotes lack natural predators in the Quad Cities, allowing their numbers to grow. Though not dangerous unless sick or provoked, a coyote may consider dogs and cats to be prey. Yards with outdoor pet food or infestations of rats and other small pests attract them. Like feral swine, coyotes can transmit diseases to people and animals.

 

Serving the following locations:

By County: Cedar County, Clinton County, Henry County, Jackson County, Muscatine County, Scott County

  • Andover
  • Andrew
  • Atalissa
  • Baldwin
  • Bellevue
  • Bennett
  • Bettendorf
  • Blue Grass
  • Bryant
  • Buffalo
  • Calamus
  • Camanche
  • Charlotte
  • City of Andover
  • City of Clinton
  • City of Maquoketa
  • City of Muscatine
  • City of Tipton
  • Clarence
  • Conesville
  • De Witt
  • Delmar
  • Dixon
  • Donahue
  • Durant
  • Eldridge
  • Fruitland
  • Goose Lake
  • Grand Mound
  • Hillsboro
  • La Motte
  • Le Claire
  • Long Grove
  • Lost Nation
  • Low Moor
  • Lowden
  • McCausland
  • Mechanicsville
  • Miles
  • Monmouth
  • Montpelier
  • Moscow
  • New Liberty
  • Nichols
  • Pleasant Valley
  • Preston
  • Princeton
  • Sabula
  • Saint Donatus
  • Spragueville
  • Springbrook
  • Stanwood
  • Stockton
  • Teeds Grove
  • Walcott
  • Welton
  • West Branch
  • West Liberty
  • Wheatland
  • Wilton
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