We may not realize it, but most creatures and wild animals want to stay completely out of the way of humans. When they come in close proximity to us, they are extremely frightened and do what they can to get away. Animals try to hide from predators in the wild and they likely consider humans a threat as well. Unfortunately, because our environments are so intertwined and we have invaded much of their natural habitat…
While it does not happen often, a wild animal can slip into the interior of your vehicle when you have your door open and are not looking. Mice, birds, racoons, bats, snakes and even a squirrel have been found inside vehicles. They can leave excrement, dirt and disease behind and it is not easy to find and remove them. Minnesota Wild Animal Management Inc. specializes in the safe and humane removal of wild animals from homes, businesses and even vehicles.
While no one likes to think that their own home is also an ideal home for a wild animal, it’s hard to deny that a basement isn’t the perfect place for our furry or slithery friends to reside. At Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc. we are no stranger to unusual calls. However, suspecting a wild animal in your basement isn’t that unusual at all. If you think a wild animal has made a habitat of your basement, let us help you out!Signs of a Wild Animal(s)… While some of us are always on high alert for creepy crawly things, it’s not unusual to be unaware of an animal taking refuge in your basement.
Here at Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc., we’ve seen it all when it comes to wildlife removal, prevention and repairs in Minnesota. While it can be distressing to find that a wild animal has invaded your home, we’re here to help. We’d like to discuss some of the more common nuisance animals and what their presence might mean to you. Checking your home regularly can help minimize damage by catching the problem before it gets out of hand.
Have you noticed what you think might be animal droppings in an area of your home, like your kitchen or your attic? Or have you heard scratching or noises, noticed a foul odor, or have you seen small holes in your siding? These are some of the most common signs that you may be sharing your home with a wild animal. Minnesota Wild Animal Management Inc. is a local company that specializes in wild animal control in Minnesota.