Critter Control is here for you every step of the way in the wildlife removal process. From inspection to removal—and even exclusion and repair—we have the services you need to get rid of raccoons, rodents and other nuisances fast. First, we identify the animal on the property, then use humane methods to remove the animal and secure weak points where more could enter. If damage has been done, we can make those repairs for a complete restoration. Contact a Critter Control office near you today.
Nuisance Wildlife in Lansing and Ionia
Rivers and lakes dotted throughout Mid-Michigan help to form its unique ecosystem. As we develop Lansing and the surrounding areas, we force wildlife to adapt to an urban lifestyle. The Michigan Department of Natural Resources recognizes there will be times when humans have conflicts with local wildlife.
As the animals adapt, some may try to take over certain parts of the city, neighborhoods and even our homes. They may even cause damages or become threatening, which classifies them as a nuisance.
Removing wildlife from your property can be dangerous. Call expert animal control operators like the ones at Critter Control to do the job. They inspect and review options before removing nuisance wildlife. They understand which animals are protected and which need permitting to remove. Once removed, they can focus on exclusion methods and repairing damages.
Below are some examples of how we handle the most common nuisance wildlife problems in Mid-Michigan.
Mid-Michigan residents are quite familiar with these intelligent, dexterous animals who love to seek food in trash cans. Some residents may even enjoy helping these critters fill their bellies by feeding them. Before doing that, please keep in mind that raccoons are rabies vectors and are therefore very dangerous to both humans and pets. If you come across one or more raccoons on your property, please contact your Lansing-based Critter Control office. We will be happy to address your raccoon problems for you.
Michigan is home to nine bat species
. Big brown and little brown bats are the most common and can be found in buildings. Although bats can be a nuisance for home and business owners throughout the Central Michigan area, they are protected by law
and may not be harmed.
This franchise is independently licensed and operated by AEWIN, LLC, dba Critter Control of Lansing.