You may have enough knowledge of bats to appreciate that they are intelligent and do a great deal of good for our ecosystem by keeping insect populations in check. You may also know that bats are the only mammal that can fly. However, if you are enjoying a movie in your family room or organizing a box of photos in the attic and you are suddenly dive bombed by a bat or two, this knowledge and appreciation of the intriguing qualities of bats may not be on your mind
When the winter months come in Minnesota, we all want to stay indoors as much as possible. The temperatures are cold, the wind is biting and there is often snow and ice on the ground. January is the coldest month with average temperatures hovering below 25 degrees. Humans are not the only creatures who want to stay warm toasty in the winter months. In fact, many wild animals seek shelter in our homes when the temperatures drop. If you think that you might have an unwanted house guest
Your home is a place where you are expected to be able to relax and not have to worry about intruders entering your home, including unwanted animals. If an animal has recently invaded your home in St. Paul, MN, calling the professionals to get this animal away from your property should be your top priority. At Minnesota Wild Animal Management, we offer professional animal removal and prevention services so that you can get back to relaxing comfortably in your home without these unexpected guests.
There are some fairly obvious signs that you might have a mouse (or mice) in your home. The clearer sign is when you find droppings in places where there is no other explanation, or you see signs of gnawing on your furniture, wires, or even plastic. You may also notice mice footprints (or tale prints), or you may hear unexplained scampering noises, especially at night when rooms in your home are dark. If you have noticed one or more of these signs or…
Wild animals do not ask our permission to move into our homes and take up residence. They do this out of the same instinct that we humans have to find permanent shelter from the elements. Humans are the lucky ones in that we have home construction contractors to build us those shelters. Wild animals have to make do with what they have, which amounts to their survival instincts and capacity…
Even though many of Minnesota’s cities are growing larger, our state remains a place with an enormous number of wild animals. In keeping with their natural instinct, wild animals seek to meet their primary need for shelter and food. Human beings are very good at creating shelters, so these wild animals often find their way into our homes, often without us even knowing. When you discover that an animal, or a family of animals, has found its way into your home, our crew will remove them, completely and humanely.
It may be tempting to think that the larger the animal, the larger the problem. That may be true in some cases, but not always. Any wild animal, large or small, can wreak havoc on your home and your family. Raccoons can be particularly problematic