09.07.17 - West Seattle Toddler Survives State's First Case of Raccoon-carried Parasite Illness; Baylisascaris
One month ago, King County Public Health went public with alarming news: A toddler somewhere in the county had become severely ill with a rare disease linked to parasites found in raccoon droppings. It’s so rare that this was
08.03.17 - WDFW Seeks Comments on Review of Fisher, and 5 While Species
WDFW seeks comments on draft  status reviews for fisher, 5 whale species     WDFW seeks comments on draft status reviews for fisher, 5 whale species OLYMPIA – State wildlife managers are seeking public input on
08.03.17 - White Nosed Bat Syndrome Update
May 2017 Update In mid-April 2017, a local rehab facility that specializes in rescuing bats, received a call about a bat unable to fly near North Bend in King County. A WDFW biologist responded and located the bat, which had died before he arrived.
04.30.17 - Seattle Critter Control Vlog #2
It is baby season! Watch Mike and Leif discuss baby season and raccoon control. Raccoons may cause harm to humans when approached. It is best to call the professionals of Critter Control!   Critter Control of Seattle - Blog
03.31.17 - Seattle Critter Control Vlog #1
We have posted our first vlog! Watch Mike and Leif discuss wildlife control and why it is so important to reach a wildlife control specialist - Rather than attempt control yourself and risk harm to yourself OR the wildlife
03.24.17 - 2017-2018 Salmon Seasons
2017-18 Salmon Seasons Each year state, federal and tribal fishery managers gather to plan the Northwest's recreational and commercial salmon fisheries. This series of meetings – involving representatives from federal, state and tribal