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Wildlife Control & Removal

Las Vegas, NV, and the surrounding metropolitan area is home to over 1.5 million people. The Nevada city also supports thousands of species of pests ranging from common pigeons, raccoons, ground squirrels, and mice to deer, snakes, rats, and rabbits.

Pigeons, raccoons, squirrels, rats, and mice all contribute to the spread of disease and make messes of yards and the insides of buildings. Deer and rabbits are enemies of gardeners and carefully cultivated landscaping as various types of vegetation serve as their main sources of food.

Finally, Las Vegas residents need to be on the lookout for snakes, specifically venomous species like the Great Basin rattlesnake and Mojave rattlesnake, as their bites can be fatal.

Wildlife Problems in Las Vegas, NV

The dry, arid climate and large number of people in Las Vegas, NV, mean animals such as bats, squirrels, and raccoons are always on the hunt for shelter and water. Displaced pests become a problem when they live too close to houses and businesses.

The Issue with Bats

Bats dine on insects, so they frequent areas with plenty of lights to attract their prey. The pests rest on rough surfaces like stucco, rock, or brick walls and may even move into garages and attics. Because the bat is the primary rabies carrier in Nevada, it's crucial to avoid any contact with these animals.

Squirrel Trouble

Squirrels often wreak havoc in attics. Plentiful food and places to hide draw them towards Las Vegas neighborhoods. Once they find a way into the home, they may create nests for their young by shredding insulation. Gnawed wiring, chewed beams, and stained ceilings can also result from a squirrel infestation.

Raccoons and Parasites

Lots of tourists and residents in Las Vegas mean trash is abundant, providing meals perfect for scavenging raccoons. More than just a nuisance, these animals can host harmful parasites. Raccoon roundworm eggs pass through the pest's waste, contaminating the soil or water around them. Accidental ingestion causes serious health issues in humans.

Other Local Wildlife

Property owners in Las Vegas will likely spot coyotes or skunks. Both thrive in this region of Nevada due to the available resources. In addition to spraying foul-smelling musk when frightened, a skunk will dig cone-shaped holes in lawns to search for insects.

A coyote poses a larger safety issue. These predators grow bold when they live around people for a long time, raiding garbage cans and prowling yards for small prey such as rodents or pets.

Serving the following locations:

By County: Clark County

  • City of Las Vegas
For Wildlife Control Near You, Call: (702) 527-3180

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