Have you found that your attic has been made a home for bats this winter? Have you paid a visit to your attic only to find that you can’t actually go in for fear of the little creatures who have taken refuge there? If you’re housing bats, no matter how long they’ve been there, it’s imperative that you take the necessary steps to remove them from your home as soon as possible. Although many homeowners don’t realize it, bats can cause serious damage to a home, especially when living in one space for months on end. If you have bats in your attic, you’re in need of the Minneapolis, MN bat removal experts at Minnesota Wild Animal Management Inc. We know how to find and remove bats from your attic safely and quickly, repair damage caused by bats, and prevent bats from re-entering your home by repairing damage and sealing entrances to your attic. Once that’s complete, you can count on having a bat-free attic! Continue reading
Although snakes may seem threatening the majority of snakes in Minnesota are nonvenomous. Most species of snakes that are venomous are pit vipers, which can navigate their environment and hunt using infrared-sensing receptors that allow them to detect the heat of their prey.Luckily for us, we do not have to really worry about venomous snakes. They are actually very beneficial to the ecosystem, they prey upon small rodents such as mice and shrews and help control those species that actually pose a threat to your property. Snakes also bask in the sunlight on warm days, since, as cold-blooded animals, they rely on external heat sources to regulate their body temperature.
Snakes do not often invade homes, but it does happen on occasion. They usually are in search for food or shelter to hibernate for the winter. Areas that attract rodents, such as houses, barns, commercial food processing centers, and gardens, also attract snakes. Dark, damp places in yards such as piles of lumber, discarded tires, and loose rocks all make ideal hiding places for snakes, who retreat to safety to digest after catching their prey.
Although snakes seem intimidating, they rarely bite and usually only do so if grabbed or cornered, and even when they do most time they are harmless unless from a venomous snake. Reptiles do not attack humans, so if you do not make them feel intimidated they will not harm you. Timber Rattlesnakes are only found in the bluff of S.E. Minnesota, so residents of St. Paul do not have to be alarmed when they find a snake in their home or near their property.
If you find snakes in your yard or invading your home and are fearful, do not worry we are here for you to take the scary and dreadful task of removing the snake from the list of things you have to do. We are flexible and will work with your schedule and are able to come to your property immediately. We have more than 35 years of experience and therefore understand the apporiate measures to take and also remove animals in humane ways. Not only do we remove animals, but we fix damage that has been done and also make sure that the point of entry is closed and remove any nests that are near the property to make sure the problem does not keep occuring.
If you need a snake exterminator in St. Paul, Minnesota, then we are the people for you! Call us at anytime and we can help solve the problem and let you live with peace of mind.
Many people are afraid of snakes, in fact it is one of the most common fears amongst humans worldwide. Although many people are afraid of these animals, most of them are actually harmless and do not interfere with humans. In Minnesota only the Southeastern corner has venomous snakes, and still in this region the rattlesnake is rare. Continue reading
Small, wild animals may look friendly from a distance, but if you come up close and personal with one of these animals, chances are that you’d quickly change your mind. Minneapolis, MN has its fair share of small animals that often end up in your yard. Rather than trying to remove these animals on your own, it is important to contact a professional removal team. Not only can your health be jeopardized by tackling this task on your own, but so can the health of the animal. By choosing our team at Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc., the small animal that has invaded your property will be humanely removed so that no harm is caused. Continue reading
Beavers may be cute animals from a distance, but having them on your property is a different story. The issue with having a beaver dam on your property is that it could end up leading to significant damage. Damage to your home or property isn’t the only thing that you have to worry about when it comes to handling a beaver dam. Leave the removal of this beaver dam up to the professionals. If you live in Coon Rapids, Blaine, Anoka, Andover or Ham Lake, Minnesota and are in this predicament, our beaver dam removal experts at Minnesota Wild Animal Management Inc., are ready to help! Continue reading
Bats are animals that you don’t want hanging around your house, literally! With seven species of bats in Minneapolis, MN, this area is affected by bats just like many other regions of the country. The two most common bats that you will find in this area dwelling in homes are the little brown Myelitis and the large brown bat. These animals are very interesting to learn about, but are not ones that you want to come into contact with first hand. If you have noticed bats hanging around your Minneapolis home, it is important to contact a professional bat removal company. The great news is that our humane bat removal team at Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc., is right around the corner and we are excited to help you with these unwanted animals. Continue reading
Most snakes found in Minnesota are not poisonous and do not pose a threat to humans. Despite that fact, snakes are generally feared and avoided at all costs. And, no one wants even a harmless snake to slither into their home and make themselves at home. Once a snake finds its way inside, it may nest there and you suddenly have a permanent unwanted guest. Minnesota Wild Animal Management Inc. can help locate and remove a snake from your home, a garage, or other area on your property and seal off the area in such a way that the snake will not be able to return. Our team has experience with all types of snakes that live in the Minnesota area and will remove the reptiles in a humane way. Continue reading
When you turn off the TV at night to go to bed, and the house is quiet and peaceful, is there something that suddenly disturbs that silence? You hear a scratching inside the wall and just wish you could reach through the wall and grab what is making that noise. Yes, mice are really annoying. There are myriad ways to control the problem, but the only sure way to stop having mice in your house is to hire animal control experts, such as us at Minnesota Wild Animal Management Inc., who have years of experience getting mice out of the house and keeping them out. If you live in Burnsville, MN, and have a mouse in your house, or a family of them, call us today to take care of the problem. Continue reading
In Minneapolis, how do you measure a snake? In inches because they don’t have any feet! All joking aside, seeing a snake at the museum or even in your yard is one thing. Seeing a snake in the comfort of your own home is another. At Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc., we get so many calls around this time of year with people in hysterics because a snake is in their home. If you are nervous about a snake in your home or place of business, call the professionals nearest you at Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc. Continue reading
There are several different snake species in Minnesota, and luckily for us it is very uncommon to come across a venomous snake here in our home state. Snakes range from 10 cm to several feet long and have a variety of colors. Although many people fear snakes, there is a very low probability that any snake you come across in Minnesota are dangerous, and snakes are a very important part of the ecosystem. Snakes help control rodent populations, and are no risk to humans despite their bad reputation. Although many people fear this animal, it is because they are greatly misunderstood. Continue reading