Living in the Twin Cities area is great as we have wonderful weather in the summer, pleasant fall weather and snow in the winter for those who enjoy winter hobbies. The downside to living in this area is that the temperatures can get quite frigid in the winter both for humans and our wild animal friends! At Minnesota Wild Animal Management, we’re quite busy with wildlife removal in the winter because it’s often when animals try their hardest to move indoors into our homes.
Below are a few quick and easy tips to keep your home protected from wild animals this winter.
An unexpected encounter with a wild animal on your property can have you up at night or, at the very least, weary of every step you take. This time of year, many homeowners report seeing snakes on their properties, or raccoons, or bats, and even mice. The experts at Minnesota Wild Animal Management are available to remove these wild animals safely and humanely off your property. To ensure the animals don’t return, the experts on hand will help identify some of the ways that these critters are entering your property or what attracts them and helps you to prevent possible future encounters.
The team at Minnesota Wild Animal Management
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.
No one wants to think about mice living inside your home or within the walls. It can give you the creeps just thinking about these little creatures scratching around, not to mention if you saw one scurry across the floor in front of you. Yikes!
The reality is that mice within residences are all too common. This time of year, as the weather gets colder, mice are looking for warm places to settle in and make a home for the winter. They want to establish
Many people have chance encounters with wild animals every day. In most cases, the animal is just as scared, if not more so, than the person. And, in many instances, the animal simply walks/crawls off in the other direction. But what happens when the animal seeks refuge and shelter from nature’s elements within the confines of your home or business?
Raccoons are cute to look at in pictures and may be even to witness from a distance, but when you have a chance encounter with one in the middle of the night, it can be scary! Sometimes the noises that they create by toppling things over around your home can even make you think that someone is trying to break into your property! Know some of the facts about raccoons and know that the team of experts at Minnesota Wild Animal Management remain committed to the safe