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Are deer foraging in your garden? Did you spot a rattlesnake while walking your dog? Has a raccoon made itself comfortable under your house? You must live close to the foothills! Due to urbanization and land development, native animals have been displaced from their habitats and have adapted very well to living near humans. PHS offers suggestions that will help diffuse conflicts and help us coexist humanely with wildlife.
**Effective February 10, 2017: The Pasadena Humane Society & SPCA will no longer pick up trapped wildlife unless the animal is sick, injured, or has bitten a person or another animal. There are many humane alternatives to trapping wild animals and we are available to assist you. We will visit your neighborhood association or community group to give a wildlife presentation or we can come to your property to advise on how best to secure it. If you must trap wild animals, you will need to hire a professional trapping service and we will not be able to provide referrals.
If you need further assistance, contact our Wildlife Coordinator at 626.792.7151 ext 110 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Download the PDFs below for tips to help solve your wildlife issues.
- The Bear Necessities
- Deterring Urban Wildlife
- Help with Opossum, Raccoons & Skunks
- If your pet is sprayed by a skunk
- Living with Coyotes, Mountain Lions, Bobcats & Bears
- Living with Deer and Peafowl
- Landscaping to deter deer
- If you meet a rattlesnake