Crow Removal in the Twin Cities Metro Area, Part III
Since crows have moved into the urban areas of the Twin Cities Metro Area in large numbers, homeowners may be concerned about the diseases they may spread.
Crows are known to carry and transmit many diseases. They have been known to transmit avian cholera, which can be transmitted to the waterfowl some of us eat, such as ducks and geese. Since crows are such scavengers, they can transmit many other diseases as well. Among the common diseases also spread by crows is histoplasmosis. This is a disease that can affect people who venture close to a crow’s nest and breathe in spores (fungus) from the roost. This disease has several types. The most common form of this disease primarily affects the lungs, with cough or flu-like symptoms occurring. If you have a large number of crows nesting in your trees, and are concerned about the health of your family and loved ones, call Minnesota Wild Animal Management Inc. today.
At Minnesota Wild Animal Management Inc., we will ensure the humane removal of the crows on your property. We can also help you take steps to ensure the crows do not return. We can also repair any damage crows may have caused to your property, and guarantee the repairs. Call Minnesota Wild Animal Management Inc. today at:
(612) 237-8282 : (651) 633-8600 : (763) 785-1414 : (952) 881-6662