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Whether you live on the East Coast, in the South, or in the Western region of the United States, you have a unique ecosystem that requires protection. These ecosystems rely on certain animals to thrive and remain healthy. While you might not want these animals to begin taking residence in your home or yard, there are ways to ensure their safety while carefully relocating them.

According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), there are over 1,300 endangered species in the United States.[1]

If you come across an endangered or protected species in your home, you must contact a professional to remove them responsibly. Attempting to remove them yourself could cost the animal their life, which puts your entire ecosystem at risk. Thankfully, organizations like Nuisance Wildlife Rangers can help you remove the animal carefully and responsibly.

Being aware of the importance of removing endangered species from your home properly and understanding how this process works can help you decide when it’s time to call a professional.

Why is it Important to Remove Endangered Species Responsibly?

When you remove an animal from your home without proper training, you could put it at risk in a variety of ways. While this might not make a huge impact on certain types of animal populations, this is incredibly damaging to endangered and protected species. If an endangered species is not removed from home properly, you could accidentally injure the animal, displace it from its nesting site, or contribute to population decline.

According to the Columbia Climate School, “the rate of extinction is occurring 1,000 to 10,000 times faster because of human activity.”[2]

Part of this is because people are not consulting professionals when removing endangered species from their homes. This can have devastating impacts on your local and the global ecosystem. When one type of animal goes extinct, others may become endangered as a result, causing a domino effect on the entire ecosphere.

What Endangered Species Commonly Enter Homes and Properties?

When you think of an endangered species, you probably imagine tigers or giant pandas. These animals certainly will not begin entering your home. While these endangered species are important, there are less commonly discussed species that could frequent your property.

Being aware of the types of endangered and protected species that may enter your home or yard can allow you to secure professional help when it is needed.


Surprisingly, several types of bats are considered endangered in the United States. In fact, the northern long-eared bat is considered endangered and at risk of extinction in America.[3]

If bats have begun nesting in your home, you might not know how to determine what breed they are and whether they are endangered or not. Because of this, you should always contact a professional bat removal company to help you.


If you live in a coastal community, you might have sea turtles coming to nest on your property. Removing them could result in devastating effects on your ecosystem and could result in legal trouble because they are considered endangered.

If you notice sea turtles or any type of turtle on your property, you should contact Nuisance Wildlife Rangers for assistance.


Tons of endangered insects in North America could attempt to take up residence in your home. While you may find insects gross and want to immediately remove them, it’s important to consider the impact you could have on the environment if something goes wrong.

For example, bees are considered endangered in the United States. According to the Columbia Climate School, “Bees pollinate over 250,000 species of plants, including most of the 87 crops that humans rely on for food, such as almonds, apples, and cucumbers.”[2]  If you were to kill bees on your property, you could negatively impact the local ecosystem.

Birds of Prey

There are a few different types of birds of prey that are endangered in the U.S., including certain types of hawks, falcons, and condors. These birds may begin to nest in or around your property, posing a threat to any small animals you own. While you may want to attempt to remove them yourselves, you should always contact a professional who can do so safely and responsibly.

How Do We Responsibly Remove Endangered Species at Nuisance Wildlife Rangers?

At Nuisance Wildlife Rangers, we understand the importance of maintaining populations of endangered and protected species. Because of this, we train our wildlife removal experts on safe handling and relocating so they can remove endangered species from your property without harming the local ecosystem.

No matter where you live, our wildlife removal experts will adhere to legal and ethical guidelines when removing a protected species from your property. This ensures that your home, pets, and the ecosystem around you remain safe and unharmed.

Get Connected to a Responsible Wildlife Removal Company

If you believe that an endangered species has begun nesting or living in your home, it’s time to contact a professional. At Nuisance Wildlife Rangers, we can provide the care needed to remove the animal from your property without harming the local population.

To learn more about our responsible wildlife removal services, contact us today.


  1. The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA): Learn more about Threatened and Endangered Species, Retrieved August 2023 From
  2. The Columbia Climate School: Why Endangered Species Matter, Retrieved August 2023 From
  3. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service reclassifies northern long-eared bats as Endangered under the Endangered Species Act, Retrieved August 2023 From
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