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Bats Removed from Chimney

Bat Removal and Clean upBats are a common animal in Minnesota. There are many species that live in the twin cities. Most are insectivores, and they feed on insects at dusk and at night. Bats will also frequent outside lighting where insects will be flying in warmer weather. They are attracted to water because insects also inhabit these areas and because Minnesota is home to more than 10,000 bats are almost everywhere. In Minnesota we have both colonial bats that live in large groups and solitary bats. Bats do not have a leader but instead decide to live together for convenience. Continue reading

Bat Exterminator

Bat Removal and Clean upHave bats taken up residence in your home without your say-so? Are you desperate for a way to rid your home of bats for good? You need the bat exterminators at Eco Tech, where we have the training, experience, and tools necessary to remove bats from homes, repair any damage caused by bats, and prevent bats from entering your home in the future. If you want to eliminate your bat problem and ensure you don’t have to deal with another bat infestation again any time soon, Eco Tech’s Minneapolis, MN exterminators are the perfect solution, offering you 24-hour emergency service as well as scheduled extermination services so that you can get started with exterminating today and continue the bat removal process until there are no bats left in your home and no way for them to creep back in when you least expect it. Continue reading

Bat Control MN | Bat Removal MN

Minneapolis Bat Control Bat Removal MN


Bats are truly wonders of nature.  They represent the only flying mammals (flying squirrels glide but cannot fly).  The sonic, directional, object detection ability not only serves them well while flying, but it was studied as a part of various research projects during the development of radar and sonar.  Bat species in Minnesota are primarily insectivores. Continue reading

Bat Removal Minneapolis

Bat Removal MinneapolisWhen you find bats in your home, it’s important to know a little about them before you begin trying to trap them or seal their entrances off to keep them out. For starters, you should know that bats, while they can cause damage to your home, should be removed safely and humanely, just as any wild animal would be, and this can be a difficult task for someone who’s inexperienced in bat removal. You should also be aware of the dangers that bats pose to you as well as your home so that you don’t underestimate the severity of housing a bat colony under your roof. That’s where we come in. At Minnesota Wild Animal Management Inc., our bat exterminators will come to your Minneapolis, Minnesota home and quickly rid your home of bats and help you keep them from coming back. Continue reading

Bat Removal Experts Minneapolis

Pro Bat Removal AndoverUnder the cover of darkness, bats do a lot to help our society. In one night, just a single bat can eat anywhere from 300 to 3,000 otherwise destructive insects. Bats provide a natural way of removing pests such as mosquitoes and moths, and this benefits our neighborhoods and crops in more ways than one. For this reason, some welcome the presence of bats near their homes, but we don’t recommend providing them with living space in your home. If you have discovered bats living in your home, attic, shed, eaves, or fascia, it is time to call the professional bat removal experts in Minneapolis at Minnesota Wild Animal Management Inc. Continue reading

Bat Removal Experts Minneapolis

Bats can be a problem all over the country, and Minnesota is no exception.  There are many types of bats that live in Minnesota, but only two different types of bats will live in a dwelling like the attic of your home, or a shed.  If you are concerned that bats have taken up residence in your home or a dwelling on your property, the team at Minnesota Wild Animal Management Inc. can help eliminate the problem with thorough and effective bat removal. Continue reading

Bat Removal Minneapolis MN

Bat Removal MinneapolisIsn’t it always a little creepy that bats show up in your attic so close to Halloween? Contrary to how it may seem, bats could have been living there all along. The only difference is that people tend to notice them more in the late fall season because they are venturing up to their attic more often. As the cold sets in, bats are also trying to find places where they too can stay warm! So if you notice any suspicious bat activity around your home, it’s best to call the experts at Minnesota Wild Animal Management Inc. Serving all of Minneapolis, MN, we can get these animals out of your home and back into the wild where they belong. Continue reading

Minnesota Bat Removal and Bat Guano Cleanup

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Bats are not your average pest control problem. There are no “quick-fix” traps or chemicals that work. Bats may start out as a simple nuisance. However, each year the size of the colony grows. Increased numbers of bats bring increased odors, encounters, bat mites, risk, and property damage. This is one of those problems that will not just go away! Continue reading

Minneapolis MN Bat Control | Bat Cleanup Minnesota

Minnesota Bat Cleanup | MN Bat Removal

Once the bats have been excluded from the roost area should be thoroughly cleaned as bat droppings can create a strong odor. This odor may also attract bats if new openings develop in the structure. Use caution cleaning the area to avoid contracting histoplasmosis. Histoplasmosis is a respiratory infection caused by inhaling fungal spores which may grow in bat droppings. This fungus is widespread in soils throughout the world.

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Minnesota Wild Animal Expert For Bats

Bat Control MN | Minnesota Bat Removal

White-nose Syndrome has devastated bat populations across the eastern United States during the past four years, causing “the most precipitous wildlife decline in the past century in North America,” according to biologists. And this relentless disease keeps spreading into new areas. Bat Conservation International (BCI) is working with agencies, organizations and individuals to understand and stop WNS and begin restoring these decimated bat populations.

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