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Has Peter Rabbit been destroying your beautiful Colorado landscape?
As we begin to leave winter and enter spring, the rabbit population starts to grow at a rapid pace. A single female rabbit can have up to 14 offspring per litter. They may be adorable, fluffy creatures, but in reality they can cause a lot of havoc to your Colorado landscape. Trying to control the problem is very important because rabbits can quickly destroy trees, shrubs, and gardens.
Here are three suggested ways to help control rabbit populations from destroying your landscape:
While no one method will prevent rabbit populations all together, they will help to discourage them from frequenting your landscape. It’s always a great idea to bring in a professional lawn and tree care service team to help maintain your yard.
The professionals at Swingle can help reduce the likelihood of rabbit infestation by maintaining your landscape as an unwelcoming place to call home for the ever-expanding rabbit population.