Tips to keep wildlife from taking up residence

Dick Hane, owner of A-1 Animal Control in Fruita, shows a trap used for skunks, which are one of several animals that don’t mind living with humans when food and shelter are involved. One of the biggest skunks Hane has caught weighed more than 17 pounds.



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Dick Hane, owner of A-1 Animal Control in Fruita, shows a trap used for skunks, which are one of several animals that don’t mind living with humans when food and shelter are involved. One of the biggest skunks Hane has caught weighed more than 17 pounds.

After more than 30 years in the nuisance animal control business, Dick Hane knows the way to a skunk’s heart. It’s 9Lives Sliced Beef in Gravy cat food, “the best skunk bait…




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