Wild Animals Invading Your MN Property?Many animals are cute to look at when they’re in the wild or in a zoo, but not so much when they are on your property! Even though you may be tempted to allow the animals to take up residence on your property, thinking, “what could be the harm?”, be aware that some of the cutest creatures cause the greatest damage to homes and businesses each year. Think twice before feeding and fostering a home for these wild animals on your property!

Wild birds: Birds are such amazing creatures. They are beautiful in flight, sing beautiful melodies from the treetops, and don the most beautiful array of colors within their feathers, but birds can infest a property and become a nuisance rather quickly. One of the top concerns is the number of droppings that they leave behind. If on cars, the acid in the droppings can damage the paint surface on your car or other automobile.

Raccoons: Raccoons look and act very sinister in nature. They even look like a common criminal with the “mask” of black fur over their eyes. Generally, they have that “caught in the headlights” look in their eyes when you encounter one. If they act like they are getting into trouble, it’s because they generally are. They can cause a lot of damage at a home or business by rooting through trash bins, pulling shingles off home’s roofs, blocking chimneys, and damaging prized gardens. If you see these on your property more than once, consider calling a wildlife removal expert.

Bats: Bats flutter about the night sky daily. They typically do not attack and are therefore not as likely to encounter humans. Bats can cause some large-scale damage to a property. Once an entry point is found, bats can enter the house and take nest in the attic or interior walls. Once there, they urinate and defecate on the surrounding insulation which leaves a bad odor and has the potential for carrying diseases. They can also nest and give birth to other bats while inside, creating a much larger problem at hand.

There are a host of other wild animals that can invade property and cause damage. Animals such as rodents/rats, snakes, possums, and squirrels can all be a nuisance to homeowners and business owners, alike. If you begin seeing these types of animals on your property, call the wild animal removal company before damages are done that will, in the end, cost you a lot more money to fix than was ever thought.

Minnesota Wild Animal Removal

The last thing today’s busy people expect to deal with is wild animals invading their space. Whether destroying and nesting in your walls or attics, or just being loud and obnoxious, you realize the animals need to go, now. Calling Minnesota Wild Animal Management means quick, flexible, affordable, and easy to work with service. The service you need for today’s busy life. More than just our service you get our two-year service warranty. You need immediate service, please call (763) 785-1414.

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To Our Valued Clients,

Our employees and our customers are our top priority, and we are doing everything we can to ensure the health and safety of each.

As deemed by the Minnesota State Government and the MN Dept of Health, we are a essential business, and will remain open and in full operation.

In addition to our standard levels of sterilization and disinfection between each customer visit, our technicians are disinfecting themselves and equipment throughout the day.

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