Bourne, Massachusetts

All visitors will pass through Bourne, Massachusetts when entering Barnstable County. This quiet community goes without the continual summer tourist blasts, unlike some close communities experience. If you are passing through or staying for a visit, check out the Bourne Scenic Park! This park was established in 1951 and is located along the Cape Cod Canal. There are numerous quiet harbors and areas for boating and swimming, and the fishing and shellfishing in the area are abundant! National Marine Life Center is also located in Bourne. This rehabilitation and release hospital treats stranded sea turtles and sales, with great hopes of expanding to treat dolphins, porpoises, and small whales! Concerts can be enjoyed weekly during the summer, and the July 4th parade is a sight you would not want to miss! 


Bourne, MA was settled in by Ezra Perry, originally part of Sandwich, MA. The town is named after Johnathan Bourne Sr., whose relative represented Sandwich, MA. Bourne is also home to the Aptucxet Trading Post, the oldest store in the country which was started by pilgrims in 1627.

Common Bourne Wildlife Problems

Critter Control of Cape Cod offers professional wildlife control services when a wildlife animal has gotten too close for comfort at your Bourne home or business. Our team of experts can handle any wildlife control problem. Common wildlife issues we treat for Bourne residents include:

Rats, mice, squirrels, and other wildlife animals will tear apart insulation to use for nesting, and soil the insulation with droppings and urine. Our team at Critter Control of Cape Cod can restore your insulation, repair damages done, and prevent the wildlife from returning again! Give us a call upon the first suspicion to keep damages from escalating. 

Rats on Cape Cod

A common worry from Bourne residents is the rats on Cape Cod. Rats are unsanitary creatures and will bring their germs into your Bourne attic or home. If you are worried about the rats on Cape Cod, Critter Control can help. We offer prevention services to keep rats from finding a way into your Bourne home. If you are already struggling with rats, we can remove them and repair the damages they left behind. 

Bat Removal in Bourne

While bats are small, they cause big damage! Bats will enter your home through the chimney or holes in your siding or vents and will make themselves comfortable in your attic and walls. They make their homes and have their babies, then soil the insulation and create a lot of damage. You may know you have these nocturnal creatures living in your home if you hear thumping or rustling in the walls or attic at night. Luckily, Critter Control offers bat removal in Bourne. Give our office a call if you suspect a bat problem. 

Flying Squirrels in Bourne

Another wildlife problem that Bourne residents encounter is an overabundance of flying squirrels. If you have flying squirrels taking over your yard, Critter Control can help! We have methods to discourage flying squirrels from living in your yard. If you have flying squirrels in your attic or walls, we can take care of that as well. Contact Critter Control today for flying squirrel problems. 

Skunk Removal

What's that smell?! If you have skunks in your Bourne yard, you need skunk control. Skunks like to live under sheds and decks, and when disrupted, they will spray. Protect yourself and your family with skunk removal and prevention from Critter Control. 

Bourne Wildlife Removal

If you hear animal noises in your home or smell something musky that could be a dead animal odor, call Critter Control of Cape Cod. Our team will remove any wildlife problem and ensure protection from wildlife for seasons to come!

Call us for animal or wildlife removal services today: 508.690.0076