Human beaver removalThe Beaver was once almost eradicated from the United States due to the fur trade, and now after conservation efforts, the beaver has made a tremendous come back with the population estimates being between 6-12 million.

Although the Beaver is an important part of the ecosystem, and helps keep our country’s wild places healthy, the beaver can become a problem. We often find ourselves in conflict with beavers on our property and usually with floodplains. Due to the human expense and effort required to develop these areas, beavers can be troublesome, and sometimes can even overpopulate an area.

Humane Removal of Wild Animals

As wild animals oftentimes can invade your home or property, because of the eternal human-wildlife conflict of us invading their space, it is important to work with experts so that the animals are removed in humane, and efficient ways, and Wild Animal Management Inc., can do this work in an affordable way.

The beavers are known as nature’s carpenter, and are unique and industrious animals. As beavers are builders, this can cause obvious damage to the trees on your property. Tree damage can potentially lead to several other issues.

Flooding from Beavers MN

Flooding becomes a crisis after unusually heavy rain or snow enters bodies of water with significant blockages. While beaver dams sometimes contribute to this type of flooding, they can also store water during periods of drought and slow down the movement of water from land to river systems, thereby preventing more serious floods and significant financial damage downstream.

Tree Damage from Beavers, MN

Damage to trees in urban and suburban areas is likely to be noticed before it becomes critical, but perhaps not before a valuable tree or two has been lost. Operators of commercial forests attribute millions of dollars of timber loss annually to beavers

Giardia from Beavers, MN

Giardia, also known as Beaver Fever can contaminate water where your family enjoys the great outdoors. Once contracted the Giardia parasite can cause severe flu-like symptoms, and will need medical attention.

Beaver can get quite large; 30 to 75 lbs. which makes them quite a formidable animal to trap, and certain traps and techniques must be employed.

MN Wild Animal Management Inc. has been dealing with wild animals with a combined experience of over 35 years of wildlife control. Understanding the importance of removing an animal in a humane way, and respect wildlife and ecology. Life is busy and we realize this, which is why at Wild Animal Management Inc. we are flexible to work with and care about our customers. We offer fair prices along with a 40 year guarantee. Give Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc. a call today for a free estimate at (763) 785-1414.

Animal Removal & Prevention Services MN
(763) 785-1414(612) 386-1289(952) 881-6662
Wild Animal Removal | Wild Animal Disposal | Wild Life Management | Our Process | Contact Us | Pest Control | Google+
Andover, Anoka, Apple Valley, Arden Hills, Birchwood, Blaine, Bloomington, Brooklyn Center, Brooklyn Park, Burnsville, Champlin, Chanhassen, Chaska, Circle Pines, Columbia Heights, Coon Rapids, Crystal, Dayton, Eagan, Eden Prairie, Edina, Elk River, Excelsior, Falcon Heights, Forest Lake, Fridley, Golden Valley, Hassan, Hopkins, Lexington, Lino Lakes, Maple Grove, Maplewood, Minneapolis, Minnetonka, Mounds View, New Brighton, New Hope, North Oaks, Osseo, Otsego, Plymouth, Prior Lake, Ramsey, Richfield, Robbinsdale, Rogers, Roseville, Savage, St Anthony, St Louis Park, St Paul, Shoreview, Shorewood, Spring Lake Park, Vadnais Heights, Wayzata, White Bear, White Bear Lake, Woodbury

Notice Regarding COVID-19

We Are Open As An Essential Business

To Our Valued Clients,

Our employees and our customers are our top priority, and we are doing everything we can to ensure the health and safety of each.

As deemed by the Minnesota State Government and the MN Dept of Health, we are a essential business, and will remain open and in full operation.

In addition to our standard levels of sterilization and disinfection between each customer visit, our technicians are disinfecting themselves and equipment throughout the day.

Our technicians are practicing social distancing, and will not be greeting or shaking customer hands at this time.

All estimates, recommendations, payments, etc. can and will be made contact-free at this time.

We realize that some may feel this is an overreaction to the current situation, but we would rather error on taking precautions beyond the currently stated CDC recommendations to make every effort to ensure the health of our community.

The MN Wild Animal Mgmt Team

You have Successfully Subscribed!