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Wild Animal Management MN | Deer Mouse Removal

 Minnesota Deer Mouse Removal

Deer mice can also be a problem in heavily wooded areas. To a homeowner, observing a scurrying little rodent dashing across his or her kitchen floor, a mouse is a mouse. However, it is important to distinguish between deer mice and common house mice.  Because their biology and behaviors are different, the controls and tactics used by pest control professionals to resolve these rodent infestations are different as well. Continue reading

Mice Control and Removal MN

MN Wild Animal Management | Mice Control

Mice and Rodents find warmth and shelter however they can in the winter months. Often this means creeping inside well-insulated homes for the cold season. YOUR home! Although many pests go dormant for the winter, proper pest control measures protect homes from exposure to rodents. Keep in mind, the key to winter pest control is prevention. Continue reading

Mice Problem | Remove Mice and Rodents From Your Home MN

Mice and Rodent Control Minneapolis MN

During the winter months, we imagine being snugly locked inside our warm homes while the cold winter winds howl outside. It brings images of warm fires or heated rooms to protect us from the cold. Unfortunately, your home also starts looking mighty fine to mice and rodents this time of year. Pests like mice, rats and squirrels love to break into our toasty warm homes as temperatures drop. Continue reading

Keep Mice and Rodents Out This Winter

Rodents find warmth and shelter however they can in the winter months. Often this means creeping inside well-insulated homes for the cold season. Although many pests go dormant for the winter, proper pest control measures protect homes from exposure to rodents. Keep in mind, the key to winter pest control is prevention. Continue reading

MN Rodent Prevention and Control

Mice and Rodent Prevention and Control

Effective mouse control involves sanitation, mouse proof construction and population reduction. The first two are useful as preventive measures. When a mouse infestation already exists, some form of population reduction is almost always necessary. Reduction techniques include trapping and poisoning. Continue reading