Harvest Lane & The Ridge at Harvest Lane - a quiet and highly desirable Covenant-Controlled Arvada neighborhood featuring custom and semi-custom homes. Surrounded by popular Arvada communities including Double-E Ranch, Saddlebrook, Alkire Estates, Hills at Standley Lake, Village of Five Parks & Whisper Creek and just a few miles East of Leyden Rock & Candelas
REMAX Realtor Anthony Rael --- Harvest Lane & The Ridge at Harvest Lane
REMAX Realtor Anthony Rael --- Harvest Lane & The Ridge at Harvest Lane

Protecting Your Pets

Protecting your pets from coyotes
* When walking your dog, keep your dog on a leash.
* Keep cats indoors. Outdoor cats are at risk of becoming prey to coyotes (and other predators).
* Supervise pets in backyards that back to open space or greenbelts where coyotes have been documented.
* The Croke Canal (along the North ridge of West 75th Lane) is a wildlife sanctuary. We have owls, eagles, fox, coyote, raccoon, snakes (mostly bull) and various species of large birds of prey. Enjoy your walks up there, but please be cautious!

Protecting your pets and home from bears
The Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) has the following advice for Arvada residents:

* Do not have any food sources outside that a bear could access like trash, bird feeders or pet food
* Never approach bears or offer food. If your presence causes the bear to look up or change its behavior in any way, you are too close.
* If you surprise a bear, stand still, stay calm and let the bear identify you and leave. Be sure the bear has an escape route. To avoid surprising a bear, be alert at all times, and leave your headphones at home.
* Be extra cautious at dawn and dusk
* A firm clap or quick shout warns bears that humans are in the area
* Keep dogs leashed and check your yard before letting them outside

REMAX Realtor Anthony Rael --- Harvest Lane & The Ridge at Harvest Lane

Living with Wildlife

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Handling Conflicts
There are many resources available to help if you are experiencing conflicts with wildlife. If you have conflict issues involving big game species, you should contact your local Colorado Parks and Wildlife office. Big game species include deer, elk, pronghorn, sheep, goats, bear, and moose. Before calling, read the appropriate articles, listed below, to learn of ways you can reduce the potential for conflicts with wildlife. If a wildlife conflict poses immediate danger for the animal or people in the area, call your local CPW office or law enforcement agency. Please do not call if the conflict is simply "nuisance" in nature. 303-297-1192​​

Avoiding Conflicts
As cities along the Front Range and throughout Colorado grow, new or expanding subdivisions impact wildlife habitat. Wild animals are often displaced by development. Some species are able to live in nearby open spaces, parks, undeveloped parcels of land, river bottoms, and on or near bodies of water. Others have adapted well to urban living; skunks and raccoons, in particular, seem to thrive in and near cities.

* Make sure trash is stored in a bear proof container, shed, or garage; put trash out on the morning of pickup only.
* Remove bird feeders and other food attractants (pet food, for example), including BBQ grills.
* Secure windows and doors.
* Supervise children and pets when they are outside.
* Refrain from playing, running, or walking outside between dusk and dawn.

Falcon attacking large bird in our backyard (Arvada, Colorado)
Spring 2022: Falcon attacking large bird in our backyard.
Falcon disabled the bird and then swooped away leaving only a pile of feathers behind.

 

 

 

Harvest Lane & The Ridge at Harvest Lane - a quiet and highly desirable Arvada subdivision featuring semi-custom and custom homes built in the early to mid 1990's. Harvest Lane & The Ridge at Harvest Lane is a small community just West of 75th & Simms and is surrounded by popular Arvada 80005 neighborhoods like Double-E Ranch, Saddlebrook, Alkire Estates, Hills at Standley Lake, Village of Five Parks & Whisper Creek and just East of Leyden Rock & Candelas. The homes feature large traditional & contemporary two-stories along with a few sprawling ranch homes with 3-car garages & breathtaking mountain views priced from the low $700,000 to the high $800,000 price range

 

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Harvest Lane & The Ridge at Harvest Lane - a quiet and highly desirable Arvada subdivision featuring semi-custom and custom homes built in the early to mid 1990's. Harvest Lane & The Ridge at Harvest Lane is a small community just West of 75th & Simms and is surrounded by popular Arvada 80005 neighborhoods like Double-E Ranch, Saddlebrook, Alkire Estates, Hills at Standley Lake, Village of Five Parks & Whisper Creek and just East of Leyden Rock & Candelas. The homes feature large traditional & contemporary two-stories along with a few sprawling ranch homes with 3-car garages & breathtaking mountain views priced from the low $700,000 to the high $800,000 price range