Bats are actually a very important part of our ecosystem. They are one of the most important animals in helping keep down the mosquito population, which makes life for us much more pleasant. As important as bats are to the ecosystem, however, they are never welcome into your home. There are actually only two species of bats—the large brown bat and the little brown myotis—that may try to seek entry into your home.
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…
Just as people and pets were cooped up inside during the recent cold spell, unwanted pests can also try to take refuge inside of your home. Winter pest removal can be a real challenge when you have mice, squirrels, bats or raccoons taking up residence inside of your attic, chimney, basement or walls. The team at Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc. provides proven methods to effectively remove such critters and prevent them from returning again anytime soon.
In Plymouth, Minnesota, bats are a constant complaint for home and business owners. While seven species of bats are known for taking to the night sky in Plymouth, MN, two of these species are known for making space in your attics, chimneys, and vents. At Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc., we are your professional bat removal company in Plymouth, Minnesota. If you think you may have bats, call us today.
As a homeowner, the thought of a woodchuck hanging inside or around your property is not something that you would be excited about. Woodchucks, also known as groundhogs, are best known for their burrowing habits. This digging can become an issue on your property, especially if you are an avid gardener or landscaper. Woodchucks favorite thing to do is eat. They can eat up your garden in just a few short minutes. So, if you’ve recently noticed a woodchuck hanging around your Minneapolis property, it’s important to call the woodchuck elimination team at Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc., as soon as possible. We specialize in humane wild animal removal. Once caught, we relocate the animal to our property in Northern Minnesota.
At Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc., we see an increasing number of animal home invasions this time of year. Finding a place that is warm and out of the cold is a natural means of survival for animals and unfortunately, your home happens to meet their needs. Pests or other wild animals that enter your home can cause a lot of damage. At Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc., we work to remove those pests, first and foremost, but then complete all the necessary repairs that the unwanted guests may have caused. If you are in Minneapolis, MN and are looking for winter animal repairs, Minnesota Wild Animal Management has got you covered.