As the weather begins to cool down, it is time to begin preparing your home for winter. Fall is a great time to take necessary steps to prevent pests and critters from finding their way into your house, as they seek a warmer place to live for the winter. Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc. can complete a wild animal inspection of your home this fall and find any vulnerable areas that animals might penetrate to seek refuge in your house this winter.
Living in the picturesque state of Minnesota often means coexisting with a diverse array of wildlife. While encountering these creatures in their natural habitat can be a magical experience, it’s a different story when they find their way into our homes or properties. Infestations by wild animals can pose risks to both the safety of our families and the structural integrity
Living in the picturesque state of Minnesota comes with its fair share of wildlife encounters, including the mischievous raccoons. While raccoons are fascinating creatures, they can sometimes become a nuisance, causing property damage, and posing potential health risks. If you’re dealing with nuisance raccoons in Minnesota, fear not! In this guide, Minnesota Wild Animal Management offers effective strategies to handle these furry invaders responsibly.
Understanding Raccoon Behavior
Before delving into management techniques, it’s important to understand raccoon behavior. Raccoons are highly adaptable and intelligent creatures. They are nocturnal and opportunistic
Wild animals of any size or species should never be welcome in one’s home, regardless of its size. While each species poses its own risks, wildlife damage such as fleas and ticks, disease transmission and contamination are all potential dangers that homeowners must contend with. Minnesota Wild Animal Management can safeguard your home against wildlife intrusion. Not only do we eliminate the pests, but our team will also secure
A home inspection is a crucial step in the home-buying process. It will let you know if there are any areas that need attention before closing the deal. The inspections typically include checking the heating and plumbing, as well as checking for mold or roof leaks. Typically, however, these inspections do not include checking for wildlife damage or whether any wildlife are living in the attic. Most home inspectors fail to spot signs of wildlife damage or entry points, which can pose a problem for homebuyers.
Where wild animal damages are likely: While there are many spots where wild animals can enter a home
It’s a well-known fact that Minnesota has extremely cold winters, but temperate summers. For this reason, wildlife thrives in our state. Many of these wild animals find shelter and warmth during the bitter cold of the winter months. Unfortunately, this shelter is found in people’s homes and businesses. One of the most common critters to seek shelter inside is mice and other rodents. They’re diverse; the rodent family includes rats, mice, gophers, voles