Albuquerque Rat Removal
My name is David, and I work in Orlando, but I've spent years training
dozens of wildlife pros, and getting to know hundreds of them throughout
the country. If you need a rat removal company in Albuquerque, NM, I
recommend Pest Command Center. I believe that this company knows what I know about
rat control, so give them a call at 505-273-3180.
Bernalillo County has a documented rodent problem, which is not uncommon in
many parts of New Mexico. If you need to get rid of rats in the attic or a
building in Albuquerque, you don't want to hire a pest control company or
exterminator, you want a wildlife control specialist to do the rodent
removal work correctly. Call Pest Command Center at 505-273-3180, and describe your rat
or mouse issue, and he will be able to give you a quote and schedule a
same-day or next day inspection to solve the problem.
Pest Command Center - 505-273-3180
I asked Pest Command Center to describe their service range, and they said, "We offer wildlife control services such as Wildlife Removal Albuquerque in the following cities: Albuquerque, Belen, Bernalillo, Bosque Farms, Cedar Crest, Corrales, Cuba, East Mountains Edgewood, Edgewood, Estancia, Grants, Jemez Springs, Los Lunas, Los Ranchos De Albuquerque, Milan, Moriarty, Mountainair, Peralta, Placitas, Rio Rancho, San Ysidro, Sandia Park, Sorcurro, Tijeras. We also cover the following counties: Sandoval, Cibola, Bernilillo, Valencia, Sorcurro."
As a licensed and insured wildlife company in New Mexico, Pest Command Center is fully
qualified to handle rodent removal problems, far more effectively than
most Albuquerque pest control companies, and never with the use of poison. To
find out about the specific terms, and to schedule and appointment,
just call 505-273-3180.|
Bernalillo County, Albuquerque Rat Control Situation: Hi, My name is Anna and I am a graduate student at American University in the Interactive Journalism master's program. For my investigative reporting course, I am working on an in-depth story about DC's rodent problem, in particular how the Wildlife Protection Act of 2010 may or may not affect how the District's rat population is managed in the future. The story will be turned in to my professor and presented to my classmates. I understand that you provide catch and removal services in the Albuquerque NM metro area. I'd like to learn more about the brown rat, particularly habits/adaptations to the District's urban environment. Also, I'm curious about the science behind the Wildlife Protection Act. Even though it is highly unlikely that rats will be protected, how would relocation vs trapping and killing change how the rat population is managed? One of the main issues presented by Mister Herman of the National Wildlife Control Operators Association is that the language in the law is too subjective in that it doesn't distinguish what types of rodents are protected, if any. Some suggest that the rice rat along with the deer mouse could be harmed by the law. Dr. Hadidian of the Humane Society was quoted in a WTOP article saying that he hasn't heard of rice rats in the area in his 30 years at the organization. People have had a strong reaction to this legislation and I'm trying to understand the controversy from all angles. I would like to speak over the phone sometime in the next week or we can discuss via email. Please let me know if this is something you are willing and able to do or if you have any questions. Thank you and I look forward to hearing from you. Sincerely, Anna