Rabbit breeding season runs from late March through September, a good portion of the year! During this time, rabbits with new offspring will make ground nests to protect their young. These nests are commonly found in yards and gardens, and the baby rabbits can be injured if their nest is run over during mowing. Here are some tips on how to check for ground nests before mowing your lawn, so that your local rabbits can grow up healthy and happy! Rabbit nests look like a small patch of…

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Much of Colorado wildlife start to prepare nesting sites for spring babies starting in January. That means there are things we can do to prevent wildlife conflict now before young animals are born. Check out our list of simple tricks around the house that help curb wildlife conflict. 1. Cap chimney stacks and air vents. We often hear stories of raccoon families that made their homes in chimneys! The good news is you can buy a chimney cap that will keep wildlife out. Find the caps you need…

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Brrrr… Winter is coming and that means our wild friends will be looking for places to keep warm. Consider these wildlife proofing tips so that you don’t come home to discover uninvited guests in your house this season! Before you get started, make sure there is no one living in spaces around your home already! They might stay under your shed or deck, in your chimney, or even find a way into your attic. Check out this diagram for an idea of where they like to hangout. If…