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.
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.
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.
Your home is a place where you should always feel safe and protected from unwanted animals. The unfortunate news is that throughout your years living in your home, there’s a decent chance that you may have to deal with some unwanted animals in and around your property. For some homeowners in St. Paul, Minnesota, bats are a common pest that finds its way into your attic, roof, garage, etc. If your St. Paul, MN home has become a hangout for bats, it is critical that you reach out to our bat removal experts at Minnesota Wild Animal Management, as soon as possible.
During the winter months in the Minneapolis area, many families use their chimney and fireplace regularly for some added heat around the home. During the other parts of the year, however, the chimney is one of those areas that gets ignored. That’s not necessarily the case, however, with animals. If an animal has made its way into your chimney, it may not know its way out without some professional removal assistance from our team at Minnesota Wild Animal Management. As you can see in this picture of one of our experienced technicians, just getting up on the latter to check things out is not for an untrained professional.