If you’re in the Bloomington, MN area you likely see squirrels all around your home and yard. Whether they are red squirrels, gray squirrels, or even flying squirrels, these critters have long made the Twin Cities area their home! If one or more of these inquisitive critters has made their way into your home it’s time to call in the squirrel removal pros at Minnesota Wild Animal Management today!
Watching a little gray squirrel can be entertaining with their cute little whiskers and the way they stand up on their back feet to eat. Oh, and watching them gnaw on a little tiny acorn. Adorable. Well, until they invade your home! Those cute little furry creatures can do a lot of damage by chewing cords, cables, wall board, support beams, and other materials. They have been known to cause thousands of dollars in damages to residential properties in a single season! While it is not common for them to enter a dwelling, the experts at Minnesota Wild Animal Management want to let you know what to look for, if you suspect one is somewhere inside your house.
Squirrels are one of the cuter critters in the area. We see them out every day, running across the street or climbing a tree. For the most part, they do not mean anyone any harm. However, just like humans, they look for shelter and food when the temperatures drop, and the weather gets severe. If squirrels find their way into your home, they can build a nest, reproduce and cause damage from their chewing. Minnesota Wild Animal Management Inc
Homeowners typically have more issues and encounters with local wildlife in the springtime. Since this is the season when many new animals are born, there will be a lot of new animals to watch out for around the home. Despite the homeowner’s best efforts, it’s still possible for wild animals to get inside the home or to get close enough to the home to become a nuisance. At this point, it’s a good idea for the homeowner to contact a wildlife removal specialist
When the temperatures turn cold in Minnesota, we tend to spend much more time indoors in order to stay warm (and dry). This is also the time when the squirrels that we are used to seeing scurrying across the streets are also seeking a warm and dry place to call home for the winter. If your home has a vulnerable access point or area where they can easily slip in, you may find that you are suddenly sharing your attic or garage with a family of squirrels. The squirrels mean no harm to you or your family, but they can cause damage and bring in bacteria and dirt. Minnesota Wild Animal Management can safely and humanely remove the squirrels in your home
Squirrels don’t hibernate in the winter, but they still need a warm, safe place to sleep. And when it’s severely cold out, they’ll stay in their cozy den for days at a time, only venturing out midday when temperatures are warmest. If you’ve heard any scurrying or squeaking coming from your attic or walls, that cozy den just might be your home. If you’re in the Minneapolis area and you think you might