Dealing With Nuisance Wildlife During The Summer Months

Dealing With Nuisance Wildlife During The Summer MonthsAs summer brings warmer weather and longer days, it also welcomes an increase in wildlife activity across Minnesota. While the sight of wild animals can be captivating and enjoyable, some species can become a nuisance when they encroach upon residential areas. In this blog post, we will discuss the kinds of wild animals that are likely to cause problems for homeowners during the summer months and offer tips on how to manage these situations effectively. You always have the option to have us check for you as well.

Tips For Keeping Wild Animals Away This Spring

Tips For Keeping Wild Animals Away This SpringSpringtime is a season of renewal and beauty – snow melts, trees and flowers blossom, and new baby animals emerge. Unfortunately, it can also be an especially vulnerable time for homeowners when it comes to wildlife problems around their home. Read these tips on what you can do about wildlife problems in spring and how to keep wild animals away from your property.

How Do Bats Enter A Home?

How Do Bats Enter A Home?Bats are very interesting creatures. They are nocturnal, they can find food in total darkness, they can live up to three decades and they can fly very fast with speed up to sixty miles an hour. Bats are the only flying mammals, and they eat mostly insects that come out at night. While they are a fun creature to read and learn about, when one comes too close, they can seem a bit scary! In fact, if you have a close encounter with a bat, you should likely see

Bats In Your Minnesota Home This Summer

Bats In Your Minnesota Home This SummerBats 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

Minneapolis Homeowners Guide To Avoiding Bats

Minneapolis Homeowners’ Guide To Avoiding BatsMinnesota is home to eight species of bats, one of which is protected by the Federal Endangered Species Act of 1973. Two others are being considered for protection. Five of the eight species have varying degrees of state level protection in Minnesota and Wisconsin. Only two of the eight species however (the large brown bat and the little brown myotis) are known to roost in residential dwellings. If you have bats that have taken up residence in your home

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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.

Sincerely,
The MN Wild Animal Mgmt Team

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