Many of us love to watch birds outdoors. They are beautiful and their songs are the hallmark of a beautiful spring morning. However, birds can build nests in and around your home which can prove to be problematic. They may nest in your garage, in your gutters, your chimney, in your attic or even in air vents, becoming a nuisance. The team at Minnesota Wild Animal Management can remove birds from your home safely and humanely, so that their lives are protected but they no longer cause a problem around your home.
Bats are not only an important part of the ecosystem and environment, but they are also an incredibly unique wildlife species. They often become a problem for homeowners when they decide to roost or build a nursing colony in an attic or another section of a building or home. The first reaction to this is to usually want to evict the little critters from one’s home. This is a good idea, as insects, odor and health problems can arise
Mice and rats are a year-round pest control problem in most regions. Recently, many towns have seen an enormous increase in rodent activity and aggressive behavior. This could prove problematic when temperatures drop, and already-hungry rodents start spreading to more residential areas in search of food and shelter.
Preventing A Rodent Infestation
Chipmunks are cute and entertaining little animals in pictures and cartoons, and most people enjoy watching them run around their yard. They’re so cute and quirky – who couldn’t help but love them and want them around? These rodents may be cute to look at, but they aren’t animals that you want hanging out close to your home. The expert team at Minnesota Wild Animal Management specializes in
No one wants to deal with the annoyances of overturned or infested trash cans and roll-off dumpsters. Don’t let pests and other animals take advantage of your wide-open waste disposal area. Instead, institute minor changes to take control of your trash.
First and foremost, it’s crucial to keep your waste wrapped tightly within the confines of a trash bag
Your home is important to you, and we want to help you keep it free of pests. One of the most common types of pests that we get called to deal with is raccoons, and in this article, we’ll go over a few tips on how to deal with a raccoon infestation. Now, perhaps, you’ll know what to do if you ever find yourself dealing with this problem.
Raccoons are nocturnal (active predominantly during nighttime hours), so they can be hard to detect. Tipped over trash cans, damage to your garden
When a wild animal invades your home, they do not come through the front door or an open window. Most often, they find their way inside through an existing crack or hole, or they make their own way inside. Very often, wild animals leave damage at their point of entry but also where they nest or hide. Wild animals can chew through wiring, burrow under your foundation, nest in your walls or your vents, causing costly damage
When you realize that you have an unwanted visitor in your home – a bat, a squirrel, raccoon, a snake, a bird, or a mouse, you want it gone immediately. After all, when you see one critter, it is certainly possible that there are more in your home that you have not seen. Emergency wild animal removal is a critical function that our team can provide. Minnesota Wild Animal Management Inc. offers 24/7 humane animal removal services. We will help you when you need it. Waiting 12-24 hours or longer is not all that helpful when you want the wild animal removed NOW!
Minnesota Wild Animal Management has built its positive reputation by humanely removing non-human creatures from homes and businesses. But the removal of rodents, bats, birds, snakes, and other animals is not the only service we provide. We have come to realize that homeowners also need help preventing wild animals from entering their home and repairing damage that they leave behind. So, our team has the experience and skill necessary to find an animal that has made its way into your home, remove it and then make sure that your house is not vulnerable to future issues. As we come out of another Minnesota winter, animals like birds, snakes, squirrels and raccoons are set to become more active
Many of us are afraid of snakes. The fear is understandable – since we were kids, we have been told that they are dangerous. The truth is, however, at least in Minnesota, there is only one type of poisonous snake – the Timber Rattlesnake. This snake is only found in one area of Southeastern Minnesota. Other snakes can bite, but they will not harm you. Regardless of this fact