There are several different snake species in Minnesota, and luckily for us it is very uncommon to come across a venomous snake here in our home state. Snakes range from 10 cm to several feet long and have a variety of colors. Although many people fear snakes, there is a very low probability that any snake you come across in Minnesota are dangerous, and snakes are a very important part of the ecosystem. Snakes help control rodent populations
Squirrels, especially gray squirrels, are common throughout Minnesota but specifically the twin cities and the metro area. Squirrels are members of the rodent family and are highly arboreal. They tend to be very highly active in the summer and in the fall where they scavenge for food for the winter.
Tree squirrels generally nest in trees in wooded areas. Since Minnesota has a ton of wooded areas that we keep building into, it is forcing squirrels to look for alternative places to live and therefore housing structures are a great choice. The most common invaded areas are garages and attics. Squirrels reach these areas by chewing holes in the exterior of the structure and typically nest, store food or both. Their activity is usually noisy and heard by anyone in close proximity.
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.
Minnesota Wild Animal Management has earned its place as a reliable solution provider when it comes to wildlife encounter management, known for their comprehensive solutions and commitment to environmental stewardship.
As summer brings warmer weather and longer days, it also welcomes an increase in wildlife activity across Minnesota. While the sight of wild animals can be captivating and enjoyable, some species can become a nuisance when they encroach upon residential areas. In this blog post, we will discuss the kinds of wild animals that are likely to cause problems for homeowners during the summer months and offer tips on how to manage these situations effectively. You always have the option to have us check for you as well.
Minnesota is home to an impressive variety of wildlife, including the resourceful coyotes. These resourceful animals have managed to adapt and thrive in both rural and urban settings across Minnesota. While encountering one can be thrilling, it’s essential that we understand their behaviors and take appropriate precautions to ensure both their wellbeing and our own. In this article we’ll examine their presence here in Minnesota as well as provide advice if one comes upon you.
Coyotes in Minnesota: Coyotes (Canis latrans) have long occupied Minnesota, and their population has steadily grown over time. These intelligent, adaptable animals