Humanely Removing Animals in the Minneapolis Area
Bats can be a major health concern
Bat colony control is one of our specialties. Bats are a colonizing species, which means that they live in large groups. In fact, most of the large groups are primarily female, and are referred to as a maternity colony. They have one baby bat each year, in June, and it remains flightless through the summer as it grows. Often in August, when the young start to fly, people with a bat problem notice it more, because suddenly there's about double the number of bats, and some of the inexperienced young will crawl down from the attic, down the walls, and enter the home through gaps.