Of the seven species of bats that can be found in Minnesota, only two will try to take up residence in your home. Those two species are the little brown myotis and the large brown bat. This sounds like pretty good odds, right? Not exactly. The reality is that most people, even those who are not afraid of bats, do not want any species of bat moving into their house. We understand bats, and we respect the good they do for our environment and various ecosystems. However, we also understand that no one would want to share their home with a bat family
You may have enough knowledge of bats to appreciate that they are intelligent and do a great deal of good for our ecosystem by keeping insect populations in check. You may also know that bats are the only mammal that can fly. However, if you are enjoying a movie in your family room or organizing a box of photos in the attic and you are suddenly dive bombed by a bat or two, this knowledge and appreciation of the intriguing qualities of bats may not be on your mind
Of all of the wild animals that can get into your home, bats can cause some of the most significant problems. Bats carry and transmit diseases to humans, so it is very important that you contact a professional if you think that you have bats in your home. In addition, if you come into close contact (or are bitten) by a bat, you should always seek medical attention immediately. Bats can carry rabies which can be dangerous to humans…
You can love animals and even have lots of pets and still be uncomfortable with the idea of sharing your house with an animal that does not belong there. In fact, many of our customers describe themselves as animal lovers, but they understandably draw the line when they discover they have an uninvited guest. If you find that you are now sharing your home with a wild animal, Minnesota Wild Animal Management is the company to call.
Wild animals are unaware of what is going on in our daily lives — whether it is the intense stress and uncertainty that has come with COVID-19, the daily concerns over job issues, sending kids back to school and keeping your house clean. Wild animals are only searching for basic needs to be met – like food and shelter. When they come too close to us and find themselves in our homes, it is easy to panic and decide to remove them, no matter what the cost. Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc
Have you recently noticed bats in your attic? While they may seem like they’re not causing many problems as they rest in the eaves of your attic, the truth is that you really don’t want bats hanging around your property. There are many reasons to have them removed, and the removal process should only be handled by professionals. Our team at Minnesota Wild Animal Management is the right team for the job when it comes to getting these bats removed from your attic.
There are multiple reasons why you should keep your distance from bats. The primary reason to stay away from bats is