If you have a raccoon in your home, it’s imperative that you take action quickly. In terms of pests and unwanted guests in your space, raccoons may be at the top of your list. They are savages. Even just outside of your property, they will knock over your garbage cans, tear up your lawn, terrorize your pets and leave feces that may carry parasites that can be transferred to you or your pets. So, can you even fathom the damage done inside your home? Racoons like to take refuge in your chimney, attics, and even under the house.
Whether we realize it or not, wild animals are all around us. In fact, we have actually invaded their habitat and they have had to adapt to our presence. With the consistent growth in the area, wild animals have been pushed into smaller areas of undeveloped land and over time, interactions with humans have increased. The professionals at Minnesota Wild Animal Management work to find balance between this knowledge and the understanding that close interaction with humans is problematic.
As a homeowner, there likely will be times where an unwanted animal makes its way onto your property and tries to make your home their own. As more and more homes are being built in the Twin Cities, MN area, these animals are running out of space. Whether they are looking for food or shelter, it’s important to seek professional help when removing these animals from your property. That’s where a relationship with our staff at Minnesota Wild Animal Management comes in handy. We offer professional animal control services in the area and are committed to handling any animal humanely.
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
Around this time of year, little four-legged critters begin to find their way into your home. Through cracks as tiny as one small marble, mice can invade your home and start their own little family. That little family can quickly turn into an infestation that can then lead to structural and electrical damage in the home. Oh, and did we mention salmonella? That can happen too! Don’t let mice take root in your home. If you notice a mouse in your space, do something about it quickly. Let Minnesota Wild Animal Management help you with all of your mice removal issues.
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