At Minnesota Wild Animal Management, we have seen it all. With almost 30 years of experience in humane animal removal, we understand even the smallest of differences that services like ours can do to make a large impact. As Minnesota grows in numbers, creating more homes and clearing forestry, wild animals will naturally find their way onto your property. They can invade your garage, nest in your attic and even fly around in your home. At Minnesota Wild Animal Management, we will work to humanely remove the animal(s) from your space but that’s not where our job ends. Sometimes having a wild animal in your home means more than just a fuzzy thing running around. Sometimes it means that these animals have destroyed your property while they’ve been making their own little habitat
At Minnesota Wild Animal Management, we have been dealing with Minnesota bats for over 35 years. As long as we have been in business, there have been a couple types of bat species finding their way into homes and businesses and making themselves comfortable. Whether they’ve been there for one week or for several years, bats are not a healthy animal to keep in your home. Not only do they carry and transmit diseases like rabies, they leave hazardous droppings that can be harmful to humans. If you currently have bats in the home or even previously experienced bats in the past, Minnesota Wild Animal Management is here to help. If you are looking for bat dropping clean-up in Minnesota, Minnesota Wild Animal Management should be your first and only call.
When you think of animal trapping, the first animal that comes to mind is likely not a woodchuck. However, you’d be surprised as our team at Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc., has been called out to properties around Minnetonka, Minnesota to assist with woodchuck trapping. These cute animals live in the area and will not hesitate to make your property their own if you give them a chance. The unfortunate fact about a woodchuck is that they can cause significant damage to your home and property if not removed quickly. So, if you’ve seen a woodchuck hanging out around your home, let our dedicated team perform humane woodchuck trapping services. If possible, we will relocate them as part of the service you pay for at no additional cost.
Coming into direct contact with wild animal waste can cause significant damage to humans. It’s also not something that you want building up in your attic, crawl space, walls or garage. This wild animal waste cannot be cleaned up in the same way that you clean up your dog’s waste. Instead, it needs to be professionally removed and sanitized by our team at Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc. We’ve got years of experience dealing with wild animal waste and we have the necessary protection to keep everyone safe.
There are many questions right now about how to appropriately respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. As a local Minnesota wildlife management company, we want you to know that we are still considered an essential business and are able to continue to serve our customers during this historic time. We realize that the world looks a bit different these days with significant concern over the spread of COVID-19. However, spring also brings out all kinds of wildlife in our area. So, if you notice a critter around your property, you can contact our team from Minnesota Wild Animal Management Inc. for assistance. We may not be able to resolve the COVID-19 outbreak, but we can remove animals that gain entrance to your property.
As the cooler weather moves out and warmer air takes its place, we begin to notice an increase in phone calls due to bats. Bats, while present all year long in Minneapolis and St. Paul, MN, tend to be more active in warmer weather. While there are 7 different species of bats in the Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN area, only two of them like to make their way into our living spaces. If you have noticed an increase in bat activity around you, don’t wait until they multiply. Give Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc. a call today.