Minnesota is home to eight species of bats, one of which is protected under the Federal Endangered Species Act of 1974 and two more being considered for protection. Five out of the eight species (the little brown myotis and large brown bat) have been observed roosting inside residential buildings
If an animal invades your home, it is likely that you will find animal droppings on your floors, in the kitchen, in the bathroom, attic, or garage. This is a very common sight and must be cleaned immediately to ensure your safety, that of your family, and the safety and well-being of your pets. Your attic is a common place where nuisance animals like squirrels and birds seek refuge in your home. The attic is a warm, enclosed space that’s away from humans. You should call a wildlife control service if you hear small animals rustling or pitter-pattering
Birds can be a nuisance when they are looking for a place to nest or shelter. These birds can nest in your garage, attic, deck, or vents. These birds can do a lot of damage to your business or home. Pest bird populations that are not controlled can cause a lot of damage. Minnesota Wild Animal Management can help you control the bird population in your home or office.
Acidic Drops Damage: Bird droppings can damage roofs, machines, and automobile paint, to name just a few. A bird’s droppings may contain over 60 diseases that are transmissible. Avian influenza (also known as bird flu or H5N1), avian tuberculosis and salmonellosis can
Springtime growth can be an exciting time for homeowners. After spending hours and hours perfecting lawns and landscaping, homeowners often come home to find holes dug overnight by unknown sources – possibly even skunks! It must be terrifying waking up one morning only to discover they have dug themselves a gravedigger-style grave in their yard overnight!
Animals typically do not migrate south for winter, unlike birds. Even though they can be nuisances during warmer months, wild animals also have the potential to cause serious damage to buildings and property during colder temperatures. To determine if animals have entered your home in search of warmth, it’s essential that you know what signs to look out for so you can prevent an invasion from taking place.
Squirrels: Squirrels are active all year. They store food such as grains, nuts, seeds and berries in order to stay stationary until they run out of food – at which point they move elsewhere.
Have you ever driven at night in Minnesota and seen these creatures cross the roads? Well, it’s not just because they’re more common at night – opossums have a special ability to survive in darkness, enjoy a flexible diet, and reproduce like no other creature could. Opossums have incredible resilience; if lucky enough, they could be evicted from your home through any means necessary – luck doesn’t count! Minnesota Wild Animal Management