by Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc. | Apr 1, 2023 | Bat Pest Removal, Raccoon Pest Removal, Squirrel Control
Springtime 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.
by Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc. | Dec 31, 2022 | Bat Pest Removal, Bat Removal
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
by Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc. | Nov 4, 2022 | Bat Pest Removal, Humane Wild Animal Removal
Eeeek! You think you have a bat in your attic! What if there are more than one?! What do you do? Luckily this is a very common issue, and the experienced trappers and handlers at Minnesota Wild Animal Management are experienced and well-practiced in handling bats.
by Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc. | Jul 9, 2022 | Bat Pest Removal
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
by Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc. | Feb 10, 2022 | Bat Pest Removal
Minnesota 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
by Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc. | Jan 10, 2022 | Bat Pest Removal, Bat Removal
What critter or wild animal are you most afraid of? For some, bats evoke a fear like no other. This may come from watching old vampire movies, or because they are nocturnal and come out when it is dark out, or it may just be that you think they may carry disease. Bats are incredibly interesting creatures that mean us humans no harm. However, when they find their way inside a home and make themselves at home, they still need to be removed. They also carry disease and need to be removed by a professional.