There are many different types of snakes in Minnesota. Most are truly harmless but can cause great fear if found in or around your home. In fact, there are only two types of venomous snakes in our state – the Timber Rattlesnake and the Eastern Massasauga snake. The types of snakes that most often make their way into your home or yard are a brown snake or a common garter snake, neither of which will cause you or your family any problem. However, the sight of a snake can make you and your family panic and want to get rid of it immediately. Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc. can safely and humanely complete snake extermination and removal services for you.
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Snakes generally evoke fear in us – and if you see one on your property or inside your garage or home, you may feel a sense of true panic. The reality is that most snakes are harmless, but in that moment when you come eye to eye with one, it is nearly impossible to make this determination. Fortunately, snakes are very rarely aggressive toward humans. In fact, they are likely more scared of us than we are of them. But, if you have seen a snake anywhere on your property, the team at Minnesota Wild Animal Management can locate the snake(s) and any nests and safely remove them from your property.
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
If you are looking for a snake nest removal service in North St. Paul, contact us at Minnesota Wild Animal Management. We have more than thirty-five years of experience in the humane removal of unwanted animals from private homes and businesses. We have removed many different types of snakes from properties in Minnesota. We have found that no other species of animal inspires the kind of response that snakes do. We understand that response. Even though the timber rattlesnake is about the only poisonous snake in Minnesota, if you have a fear of snakes, no amount of assurance that the snakes you have found on your property (or inside your home) are not poisonous will help you feel relaxed at the moment you find those snakes. A Snake found in your home means that you more than likely have a snakes nest in or under your home.
In St. Louis Park, we often get phone calls this time of year concerning snake nests in the home. If you see, find or perhaps even think that a snake may be in your home, our professionals here at Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc. are here to help. We provide St. Louis Park snake nest removal services in a timely and efficient manner. So, whether you just see one or have found an entire nest, our team of experts can help remove your problem quickly.
More often than not, home or business owners that cross paths with a snake in their home are extremely shook up. If you don’t enjoy snakes it can be especially alarming. Honestly, even if you do, you don’t want a wild animal within your home. And if you find a snake in your home that usually means there is a snake nest in or under your home.
Were you recently welcomed by pests, bats or unwanted animal droppings throughout your attic when you entered your attic? This is the last thing that you want to see in your attic. For some homeowners, there are a lot of valuables stored in an attic. The thought of unwanted pests getting into these items can be rather disturbing. Unfortunately, dealing with these pests or their droppings should only be done by a professional. That’s where our team at Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc., comes to play. We’re here to provide highly effective attic restoration to our Minneapolis, MN community. Our team will seal entrance points, sanitize contaminated areas and blow in new insulation leaving your attic safe from unwanted visitors.