Eeeek! Professional mice removal and prevention services may be just what you need if you have discovered mouse droppings or a critter with a long tail and beady little eyes staring back at you. Minnesota Wild Animal Management has a team of dedicated professionals who aren’t afraid to track down and remove an entire mouse infestation from your home or business. Mice removal and prevention experts know how to get rid of mice completely and prohibit their return to the property. A mouse can enter through a tiny little space the size of a marble. Once inside, they can multiply quickly and cause considerable damage to wiring, pipes and insulation and make your family sick.
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.
There are lots of different animals that homeowners don’t mind hanging around the home, but bats are not one of them. If you see bats around your property, chances are that they may be doing more than simply hanging around your property. If able, bats will utilize your home as a protective area to rest or even nest. If you believe that bats may be infiltrating your home, trying to remove these pests on your own is the last thing that you want to do. Instead, you should call bat removal and clean up professionals in Blaine, MN. When it comes to the area, there is no better partner to handle your bat removal and clean up needs than our experienced team at Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc.
Raccoons are very interesting animals. They are omnivores, meaning that they eat plants and animals. They are curious and smart, and their love of food leads them to garbage cans and dumpsters all around us. Raccoons are generally recognizable because of their black mask on their face and the black rings around their tales. They are about 12” tall, 24-38” tall and weigh between 15-20 lbs. Raccoons have dexterous front paws that act like hands and they use them to access food in gardens, garbage cans in and around our homes. These paws can open doors, lids and even jars, and, when a raccoon finds a food source, it may continue to come back over and over, leaving a big mess behind. Raccoons also transmit disease to humans and pets, so it is important to take care of a raccoon problem quickly, if you have one. Minnesota Wild Animal Management Inc. can help you manage a raccoon problem once and for all.
The winter season is not only cold to humans, but it can be cold to wild animals as well. Many animals are constantly seeking warmer areas to nest and sleep during the winter. For this reason, our team at Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc., often gets calls from our clients about an unexpected animal intruder that has entered their home. The warmth of your home is very enticing. The issue is that most animals aren’t going to enter into your home through your front or back door. Instead, they find other ways to enter your home, which can end up causing significant damage to the structure of your home. No matter what type of damage these unwanted pests cause around your home, our dedicated staff specialize in winter pest repairs.