by Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc. | Feb 4, 2023 | Animal Control Service, Animal Feces Cleanup, Damage Repair From Wild Animals, Humane Wild Animal Removal, Wild Animal Inspection
A home inspection is a crucial step in the home-buying process. It will let you know if there are any areas that need attention before closing the deal. The inspections typically include checking the heating and plumbing, as well as checking for mold or roof leaks. Typically, however, these inspections do not include checking for wildlife damage or whether any wildlife are living in the attic. Most home inspectors fail to spot signs of wildlife damage or entry points, which can pose a problem for homebuyers.
Where wild animal damages are likely: While there are many spots where wild animals can enter a home
by Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc. | Jan 14, 2023 | Animal Control Service, Animal Pest Control
When the temperatures are this low and the weather is this harsh, it is easy to understand why a bird or a squirrel might look for shelter from the cold. After all, a nest cannot possibly be as warm as a cozy garage, an interior wall or attic. In addition to a warm place to sleep, our homes also offer food and water as well, which can be in short supply these days for wild animals in Minnesota. The ground is frozen, and snow covered and that makes it difficult to find anything to eat. So, if you have seen signs of birds, squirrels or other wild animals inside your home, call the team at Minnesota Wild Animal Management ASAP. We will find the invaders, remove them safely, humanly and make sure that they cannot return.
by Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc. | Sep 23, 2022 | Animal Control Service, Humane Wild Animal Removal
It happens more often than you might think – a family or homeowner realizes that a bird has flown in through an open door or window, a bat has made its way inside, a mouse leaves evidence of its presence with droppings in a kitchen cabinet, or a snake finds a new home in your garage. That moment when you realize that you are sharing your home with a wild animal often leaves a panicked and helpless feeling. How will you catch it? How will you remove it?
by Minnesota Wild Animal Management | May 11, 2022 | Animal Control Service, Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Wild Animal Removal
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!
by Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc. | Nov 22, 2021 | Animal Control Service, Humane Wild Animal Removal
Unlike birds, most animals do not migrate to the south for the winter. The same creatures that can be a nuisance in the warmer months are the same wild animals that can cause damage to property and buildings during the winter months. It is important to know what to look for to determine if animals have invaded your home seeking warmth. There are some things you can do to prevent an invasion from taking place.
by Minnesota Wild Animal Management | Mar 4, 2021 | Animal Control Service, Mice Removal, Rodent Removal, Wild Animal Management, Wild Animal Removal
Mice are unwelcome guests in just about any home. However, in the winter months in Minnesota, they look for warmth and food because that is so difficult to find outdoors. If they can find even the smallest crack or hole, mice will make their way inside your home. This is unnerving for a homeowner for many reasons. Mice carry disease and can cause serious damage in your home if not taken care of quickly. The team at Minnesota Wild Animal Management Inc. can help you prevent mice from entering and get rid of them if they do.