While we can all recognize the “adorableness” of squirrels in the park or outside playing on a tree, squirrels don’t look so cute when they are invading and tearing up your home. At Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc., we are your professional squirrel removal experts. If you are looking for a timely and humane way to remove the pesky squirrels in your home, we are only a phone call away. With over 35 years of combined experience in wildlife control, we’ve got your back.
It is getting colder outside and people are not the only mammals that want to stay warm and cozy inside this winter. The months of September, October, November and December are especially brutal for anyone who wants to keep mice and other rodents outside where they belong. A mouse can enter through a tiny space and set up home inside of your home, living in walls, attics and anywhere they can find refuge from the cold winter weather. The results can be very disturbing
Raccoons are very interesting animals. They are omnivores, meaning that they eat plants and animals. They are curious and smart, and their love of food leads them to garbage cans and dumpsters all around us. Raccoons are generally recognizable because of their black mask on their face and the black rings around their tales. They are about 12” tall, 24-38” tall and weigh between 15-20 lbs. Raccoons have dexterous front paws that act like hands and they use them to access food in gardens, garbage cans in and around our homes. These paws can open doors, lids and even jars, and, when a raccoon finds a food source, it may continue to come back over and over, leaving a big mess behind. Raccoons also transmit disease to humans and pets, so it is important to take care of a raccoon problem quickly, if you have one. Minnesota Wild Animal Management Inc. can help you manage a raccoon problem once and for all.
The vast majority of the snakes in the state of Minnesota are harmless. Only two of the seventeen species of snakes are poisonous – the Timber Rattlesnake and the Eastern Massasauga snake. These two species have only very rare encounters with humans and live almost exclusively in the southeastern part of the state. However, it is very likely that if you find a snake it your home, you may not care whether it is harmless or poisonous – you will simply want it removed from your home immediately.