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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…

Everybody’s heard of “Spring Cleaning”. Well, it’s time to create a new trend, “Winter Wildlife Proofing” (though ideally it should start before the first snow). When the leaves begin to change and the days begin to shorten, local wildlife are just starting to look for warm spaces to spend the remainder of the winter months, and create nesting sites for spring babies. Breeding season starts in late January for some wildlife so now is the time to seal up your home, to prevent unwanted furry residents: Check and…