Squirrels have become part of life in Minneapolis, MN. Often times you try to avoid them as they suddenly cross the street in front of your car. In heavily populated areas, such as college campuses, these squirrels are so used to being around humans that they don’t run off when you walk closely beside them. Overall, squirrels are rather cute animals, that is, until they get into your home! Most squirrels live up in trees, but they have been known to venture off into homeowner’s attics, chimneys, etc. So, rather than trying to remove this incredibly fast squirrel from your home on your own, leave it up to our team at Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc. Continue reading
Squirrels are cute enough if you see them at the park or while on a family walk, but they lose every bit of their cuteness if they make it into your Andover, MN home. Squirrels can cause significant damage to your home if not handled properly. Learn more about how partnering with Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc. to handle your squirrel removal should be at the top of your to-do list when you start to suspect squirrels have infiltrated your home!
Dangers of Squirrels in Your Andover Home
Squirrels love to make their nests in your attic or chimneys. You can often hear them scurrying around as they make their way through areas of your home. Continue reading
Squirrels, especially gray squirrels, are common throughout Minnesota but specifically the twin cities and the metro area. Squirrels are members of the rodent family and are highly arboreal. They tend to be very highly active in the summer and in the fall where they scavenge for food for the winter.
Tree squirrels generally nest in trees in wooded areas. Since Minnesota has a ton of wooded areas that we keep building into, it is forcing squirrels to look for alternative places to live and therefore housing structures are a great choice. The most common invaded areas are garages and attics. Squirrels reach these areas by chewing holes in the exterior of the structure and typically nest, store food or both. Their activity is usually noisy and heard by anyone in close proximity. Continue reading