Do you know what kinds of critters may be living in your home? Finding evidence of a single mouse may not send chills down your spine but what if he has a whole family of mice scurrying around in the cabinets, walls, attic or pantry? Setting mousetraps or using poisons can create a dangerous situation for children and pets. The pest control professionals at Minnesota Wild Animal Management, know how to locate a mouse infestation
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.