Help I've Got Bats In My Attic! | Bat Removal Services MNIf you are like most people you probably believe that bats belong in caves, wooded areas and horror movies. Bats have no business nesting inside of my attic or any other area of my home. Finding out that a bat or colony of bats are living inside of your home is real cause for concern. Bats are a known health risk because they can transmit Rabies or Histoplasmosis to humans. Finding an affordable pest removal company to get rid of a bat problem is very easy. Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc. provides a 5 step process for trapping, removing and preventing bats from returning to an unwanted location. We utilize proven techniques for bat removal and effective methods to combat further intrusion on the property. Our technicians are experts in identifying MN bat species including the two bat species that are known to live inside of dwellings.

Bat Species in Minnesota

There are 7 known species of bat that live and reproduce in Minnesota. Of the seven bat species, only the Little Brown Myotis and the Large Brown Bat like to live inside of dwellings. The other Minnesota bat species are commonly found hanging upside down in caves, mines, hollow trees and outdoor buildings.

  1. Little Brown Myotis – most common in Minnesota, may live inside homes
  2. Large Brown Bat – may nest inside attics and other areas of the home
  3. Northern Long-Eared Bat – found in caves, mines and hollowed out trees
  4. Silver-Haired Bat – found living in caves, mines and trees
  5. Eastern Red Bat – lives outdoors in mines, caves and wooded areas
  6. Hoary Bat – can be seen in hollow trees, caves and mines
  7. Tricolored Bat – not found in homes
  8. Evening Bat – very rare, only one documented in Minnesota

How Do You Get Bats in Your Attic?

The many species of bats found in the area are all very small. Bats can enter a home through a hole as small as 3/8”. Entry may happen through a vent, soffit, exterior siding or chimney. The attic is one of the most common areas of the home in which bats like to set up residence.

Proven Techniques for Bat Removal and Prevention

The bat removal and prevention experts at Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc. have a 5 step process that utilizes proven techniques to get rid of bats.

  1. Call us to schedule an appointment with one of our bat removal experts
  2. Inspection to locate where bats are living and how they got into your attic
  3. Humane removal techniques when possible
  4. Repair damages caused by unwanted pests
  5. Effective methods to prevent return of the animal

Affordable Wild Animal Removal

When bats have gotten inside of your attic, walls, chimney or interior of your home, place the one call that can rid your home of bats for good. Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc. is here to help with fast, effective methods to remove bats from your residence. We are an affordable pest removal company with proven results.

Contact Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc. 24/7 at: (612) 386-1289 or during the day at: (763) 785-1414 or (952) 881-6662 or (763) 785-1414

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To Our Valued Clients,

Our employees and our customers are our top priority, and we are doing everything we can to ensure the health and safety of each.

As deemed by the Minnesota State Government and the MN Dept of Health, we are a essential business, and will remain open and in full operation.

In addition to our standard levels of sterilization and disinfection between each customer visit, our technicians are disinfecting themselves and equipment throughout the day.

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The MN Wild Animal Mgmt Team

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