Our animal control will remove raccoons, squirrels and bats from chimneys and attics. Also; skunks and snakes from under crawl spaces. We trap pigeons from roofs and exterminate rats. Call United Wildlife Control today to get a free phone estimate for your home or business.
MINNESOTA NUISANCE WILDLIFE REMOVAL EXPERTS
Minnesota’s wild animals are beautiful, fascinating and varied, but when a wild animal threatens you, introduces a hazard to your home or commercial space, and damages your property, call us immediately. Your Minnesota wildlife professional is experienced at taking care of the animals humanely and according to local and state laws.
We are a full-service network: we trap or remove the animals from your property, clean the biohazard messes they leave behind, repair the areas of the building that the animal damaged, and install blockers if necessary to prevent animals from coming back into your home the same way.
When you call us, your life goes back to normal.
We do not exterminate bugs, remove pets or remove large game animals. We are the ones to call to protect you, your home, your lawn and your property from nuisance wildlife, such as: raccoons, bats, pigeons, skunks, swallows, woodpeckers, voles, rats, gophers, squirrels, moles, beavers, armadillos, chipmunks, mice, snakes, opossums, feral cats, porcupines, rabbits and honeybees.
Whether you live in Minnesota’s Northwest Regionof lakes and rivers, the Northeast Region of Lake Superior and wilderness lakes, the Central Region of golf courses and peaceful countrywide, the metropolis of the Twin Cities, or the Southern Region of farmland, prairies and wooded bluffs, you have a wide variety of wildlife to enjoy. When wild animals become a nuisance or a threat, that’s where we come in. Your wildlife removal technician will remove the nuisance animals from your property, repair the damage the animal caused to your property, clean and sanitize the area, and put in prevention measures to discourage the animal from returning.
Minnesota raccoons are found in all regions of the state, but local ordinances provide raccoons with near total protection in many areas. Chimneys and attics have replaced hollow logs as popular nesting sites for Minnesota raccoons,and garbage cans, gardens or pet food provide a constant food source. They are aggressive animals, and are vicious when cornered: growling, hissing, scratching and biting. They can walk right into your home through a pet door, or will chew and tear through fascia, siding or soffits to get into your crawlspace, attic or chimney. Your wildlife specialist has the required permits and licenses to remove this furbearing animal, and the experience to deal with its vicious and aggressive behavior.
There are nine species of Minnesota woodpeckers, most of which are found throughout the state year-round. The sound of their drumming and tapping on wood siding, fascia, soffits or other building surfaces is enough to make it a nuisance, but the damage its tapping causes is costly and opens up holes through which other nuisance wildlife can enter your building. The cone-shaped holes can allow Minnesota bats, squirrels, chipmunks, mice and rats into your building, as well. These nuisance wild animals contaminate your buildings and create fire hazards when they chew through your electrical wiring. Your wildlife removal specialist will remove the birds from off of your property, repair the damage it caused to your structure, remove other nuisance animals if they are found in your property, and install deterrents and blockers as needed.
Minnesota beavers are abundant throughout the state, and are now found in every county. Beavers are North America’s largest rodent, so it must gnaw and chew to keep its teeth sharp and short. They will chew through and destroy most trees, but soft ornamental trees and willows are a favorite. They have even been known to chew through a fence in order to reach a desired tree. They can cause crop loss when they ravage a field, and their activities can result in flooded basements, blocked culverts, contaminated wells, road damage, backed up sewage systems and more. While Minnesota beavers are extremely beneficial to most areas, when it comes into conflict with humans, it becomes quite a nuisance and needs to be removed by a professional. Contact us when you need beaver removed from off of your property. It will be done legally, effectively and humanely.
Whether roosting birds like Minnesota swallows or Minnesota pigeons are creating a mess on your property, Minnesota bats, squirrels, chipmunks, snakes, mice or ratsare nesting in your home or business, or Minnesota voles, gophers or moles are making a mess of your yard, golf course or commercial landscaping, we are the ones to call to take care of your problem and get you back to your normal life.
The Land of 10,000 Lakes has more shoreline than California, Florida and Hawaii combined. Its waters flow outward in three directions: north to Hudson Bay in Canada, east to the Atlantic Ocean, and south to the Gulf of Mexico. Some of the most common mammals found in the state are the Minnesota cottontail rabbit, and the Minnesota squirrel.Of the seven species of Minnesota snakes,only two are venomous: the timber rattlesnake and the massasauga, both of which have only been found in the southeastern counties of the state to date.
Rabbits are long-eared, puffy-tailed animals that, surprisingly, are not members of the rodent family. Rabbits, or lagomorphs, are anywhere from 15 to 19 inches long and usually average between two to four pounds in weight. Some species of rabbits are strong swimmers, while others prefer dry land only. Jackrabbits and hares are different from the cottontail in that they are larger and have longer ears. Rabbits are easy prey for hunters as they are tasty and there are many of them.
Our specialty is the removal of wild bird's animals or snakes that gain access into your attic, chimney, walls, or crawl space. Some animals however, can cause damage to your property. Our services include professional wildlife trapping and removal using phone coaching by using digital pictures sent via e-mail to assist you to resolve your particular bird or animal control problem, preventing damage to your property, home, or business.