Squirrels are cute little animals when you see them out in your yard or neighborhood. However, if you found them inside your home, you would not be too thrilled. St. Paul, Minnesota has 3 different types of squirrel species including red squirrels, gray squirrels and flying squirrels. During the winter months in St. Paul, MN, squirrels often try to find the warmest location where they can rest and if you’re not careful it could be your home. At Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc., we offer squirrel exclusion services to the St. Paul Minnesota community.
Over the years, our squirrel exclusion specialists have found squirrels in a wide range of locations
While we can all recognize the “adorableness” of squirrels in the park or outside playing on a tree, squirrels don’t look so cute when they are invading and tearing up your home. At Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc., we are your professional squirrel removal experts. If you are looking for a timely and humane way to remove the pesky squirrels in your home, we are only a phone call away. With over 35 years of combined experience in wildlife control, we’ve got your back.
Whether you love them or hate them, the common gray squirrel can be quite a nuisance when they get inside of your home. Tree squirrels love to play in the yard, raid bird feeders and jump from tree to tree. But, squirrels nesting in your attic, walls or chimney is cause for concern. Squirrels can be very sneaky and determined to get inside of a house or business. Getting them out can be much easier with the help of a trained gray squirrel exterminator from Wild Animal Management, Inc.
During the winter months in the Minneapolis area, many families use their chimney and fireplace regularly for some added heat around the home. During the other parts of the year, however, the chimney is one of those areas that gets ignored. That’s not necessarily the case, however, with animals. If an animal has made its way into your chimney, it may not know its way out without some professional removal assistance from our team at Minnesota Wild Animal Management. As you can see in this picture of one of our experienced technicians, just getting up on the latter to check things out is not for an untrained professional.