Wildlife is a beautiful thing, if it’s kept in the wild! Truly, no wild animal should be in your home. If you are in need of wildlife removal assistance in Minneapolis, Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc., has you covered. With a combined experience of over 35 years in wildlife control, our experts have dealt with a variety of wildlife pests and have a thorough understanding of the proper steps it takes to remove and prevent wildlife from coming into your home. Continue reading
You’re going about your day, relaxing in your living room, when you suddenly meet the eyes of the friendly neighborhood squirrel who’s taken refuge in your home. If you’re like most, you don’t expect – or want – to get cozy with the wildlife in your area, and when you find an unwelcome guest in the form of a squirrel, you’re not the least bit prepared to deal with it. That’s why EcoTech is here to help. As wildlife removal experts, we have experience humanely removing animals of all kinds, helping home and business owners go about their days without having to worry about the critters they may or may not be playing host to. If you’ve discovered a squirrel in your property, don’t hesitate to contact our Minneapolis, MN humane squirrel removal experts today to make sure your guest doesn’t start causing problems. Continue reading
It’s not often that you find a squirrel inside your home, attic or garage, but if you do, it is important to take quick action on getting this animal removed from your property. Squirrels may be cute animals when they are on the side of the road chewing on acorns, but those strong teeth can do damage to your home as well. Squirrels are commonly found in Andover, Ham Lake, Anoka, Blaine & Coon Rapids, MN and our dedicated staff at Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc., provides humane squirrel removal services to anyone in need. Regardless of whether you own a residential or commercial property in the area, we’ve got you covered. Continue reading
If you have been a resident of Minnesota for any length of time, chances are you’ve seen many squirrels. They can be found in parks, wooded areas, and even in your own backyard. One of the most common types of squirrels in the area is the gray squirrel that is known for its thick, furry tail and a white or light brown belly. You will often see squirrels dart across a street in front of you, run across your yard playing a game of chase with another squirrel, or hoarding acorns on a crisp fall day. These creatures are cute and harmless enough, but can definitely cause problems if they decide to build a nest in your Minneapolis home. Minnesota Wild Animal Management Inc. can help you if you find that squirrels have nested on your property. Continue reading
Rodents biology and habits make them hard to control. They are rapid breeders and are highly adaptable to live amongst humans. Furthermore, their ability to fit into small areas makes it easy for them to sneak into your home. If you have a rodent problem and are living in Andover, Coon Rapids, Ham Lake or Oak Grove, than MN Wild Animal Management Inc. is here for you!
Rodents are mammals that are found worldwide on nearly every continent. They are highly adaptable making them one of the most common pests. They have large teeth that they use to gnaw on a variety of items and are able to cause a lot of damage in and around homes. Continue reading
Squirrels look so cute when they are on the side of the road chewing on an acorn. These animals look like they would cause no harm to your property if they get into certain areas, but the truth is that those jaws of theirs can definitely do some damage to a home! Minneapolis and the surrounding suburbs of Minnesota have lots of squirrels in the area. So, if you find a squirrel inside your home or attic, it is important to get this animal removed as quickly as possible. When it comes to squirrel removal, our team at Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc., is here to help you anytime you need us! Continue reading
Why can’t anyone be friends with a squirrel? Frankly, they drive everyone nuts! Don’t get us wrong, squirrels can be cute from a distance but at the end of the day, they are still a rodent that can do unheard damage to your home. If you live in Minneapolis, MN and you’ve noticed a squirrel problem in and around your home, it’s time to call the experts at Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc. Continue reading
Many people have asked, how exactly do we catch all of these squirrels? Long story short, we just climb up trees and act like we’re nuts. Kidding, of course. At Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc., we are your squirrel removal experts in the Coon Rapids, Blaine, Anoka, Andover, Spring Lake Park, and Champlin areas. If you have a squirrel problem, we will do everything short of acting like a nut to get those squirrels out.
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Squirrels have become part of life in Minneapolis, MN. Often times you try to avoid them as they suddenly cross the street in front of your car. In heavily populated areas, such as college campuses, these squirrels are so used to being around humans that they don’t run off when you walk closely beside them. Overall, squirrels are rather cute animals, that is, until they get into your home! Most squirrels live up in trees, but they have been known to venture off into homeowner’s attics, chimneys, etc. So, rather than trying to remove this incredibly fast squirrel from your home on your own, leave it up to our team at Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc. Continue reading
Squirrels are cute enough if you see them at the park or while on a family walk, but they lose every bit of their cuteness if they make it into your Andover, MN home. Squirrels can cause significant damage to your home if not handled properly. Learn more about how partnering with Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc. to handle your squirrel removal should be at the top of your to-do list when you start to suspect squirrels have infiltrated your home!
Dangers of Squirrels in Your Andover Home
Squirrels love to make their nests in your attic or chimneys. You can often hear them scurrying around as they make their way through areas of your home. Continue reading