MN Nuisance Wilflife Control
ANIMALS
Bats
Birds
Bugs
Beavers
Gophers
Ferals
Moles
Muskrats
Opossums
Raccoons
Rats/Mice
Skunks
Snakes
Squirrels
Woodchucks
Woodpeckers
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SERVICES
Service Area
Inspections
Humane Trapping
Damage Repair
Deterrents
Exclusions
Consulting
Dead Animal Removal
Prevention
Guarantee

LINKS
MN DNR
Humane Society Locator
Raptor Center Rehibilition
MN Department of Health
MN Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory

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SQUIRREL REMOVAL
Squirrel biology
Minnesota has 5 species of squirrel that will inhabit houses, Southern Flying Squirrel, Northern Flying Squirrel, Gray Squirrels, Red Pine Squirrel and Chipmunks.

Southern Flying Squirrel Maple Grove
Northern Flying Squirrel Minneapolis
Grey Squirrel St Cloud
Red Squirrel Monticello
Chipmunk Big Lake
Southern
Flying Squirrel

Red Pine Squirrel
Eastern Chipmunk

SymptomsSquirrel damage
Noises in walls and attics. Typically, you will hear scratching or something scurrying above you. You can hear gnawing on wood. For flying squirrels you will hear the same noises but they will be at night and it will be real load on rainy and stormy nights. You might find large cashes of nuts acorns or pine cones.

Removal
The removal all starts with an inspection. We will come out and access the damage to identify the species doing the damage. Then we will set the appropriate traps to remove the animals. We will also recommend exclusions available for your site. And give you a cost to repair the damage

Squirrel RemovalExclusions
Exclusions are the only way to keep squirrels out of your house. This may include roof baskets over your roof vents, chimney caps. We can also modify the habitat to make less desirable to gain access to your roof.

Health Concerns
Diseases associated with squirrels are Encephallitis, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, Leptospirosis, Murine Typhus, Plague, Relapsing fever, Tularemia, Lyme disease, Hanta Virus pulmonary syndrome.  Rabies has been found in flyers. The Red Squirrel hasn’t found to be a reservoir to any human diseases, but all squirrels carry fleas and ticks.