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.
As spring brings vibrant hues into Minnesota’s Twin Cities area, so too do an assortment of wild animals. While watching their arrival can be captivating, ensuring we strike an effective balance between coexisting with them while keeping them away from homes is of equal importance. We will discuss some of the common spring animals found around Minnesota’s Twin Cities while giving tips for effectively managing them in this blog post.
Springtime growth can be an exciting time for homeowners. After spending hours and hours perfecting lawns and landscaping, homeowners often come home to find holes dug overnight by unknown sources – possibly even skunks! It must be terrifying waking up one morning only to discover they have dug themselves a gravedigger-style grave in their yard overnight!
Many Americans love to see animals in the wild. In fact, in 2021, Americans spent an estimated $128 billion on wildlife tourism. It can be amazing to see animals in their own habitat, and some of these furry creatures can be so cute to look at their little faces. Just like humans, much of this wildlife will be in search of warmth through the winter months. Your home or business may just provide the perfect place
Many homeowners painstakingly perfect their green lawn and landscaping, all to enjoy the beauty of springtime growth. How maddening it must be to look out one morning and see holes that have been dug overnight all over the yard! The culprit may be skunks.
Skunks are relentlessly searching for food and shelter