Wildlife Information Wildlife Concerns

Wildlife Concerns

LHS_Wildlife_300x250PLEASE NOTE - CRITICAL UPDATES REGARDING RABIES AND WILDLIFE:  

Larimer County leads the State of Colorado in terrestrial rabies cases. View the latest update of rabies cases in Larimer County here.

If you are having a conflict with wildlife, please carefully review your options below:

EMERGENCIES:

  • If you reside in Larimer County and have concerns regarding a SICK, INJURED OR AGGRESSIVE skunk, raccoon, bat, fox or coyote, please contact Animal Protection and Control at (970) 226-3647 ext. 7.  DO NOT TOUCH or ATTEMPT TO INTERVENE with the animal.  
  • Northern Colorado is home to an abundant wildlife population.  Although these animals are wonderful to observe, they can also pose a conflict with humans. Prevention is key!  View common issues and solutions to prevent conflicts with wild animals.
  • For other wildlife issues including nuisance, all other injured wildlife species or orphaned wildlife,  contact: 
    • Colorado Parks and Wildlife
      (970) 472-4300
      Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
      For help after hours, contact:
      Colorado State Patrol
      (303) 239-4501

 

 

 

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