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  • Bat Entry Point . . .

    September 15, 2016
    Bat Entry Point . . .

    Most bats are able to squeeze through very narrow slits and cracks. Did you know the common brown bat can enter a space 5/8" by 7/8"? The big brown bat can squeeze through a 1-1/4" x 1/2" opening! See the large arrow? This is where the bats were entering this home!

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    Bat Entry Point - Under Flashing

    Bats do not need a very big space to get into your home. Make sure you maintain the caulking on vents on your roof or you will have unwanted visitors!

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    Completed the elimination of woodchucks against this home's foundation. They can be very destructive little critters. Once their three month winter snooze is done, they look to pack on some weight. Did you know that they can eat more than a pound of vegetation in one sitting? That is equivalent to a 150 pound man scarfing down a 15# steak!

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    Working in Wayzata . . .

    June 14, 2016
    Working in Wayzata . . .

    We recently completed a bat job in Wayzata. Sometimes we have to use a lot of ladder!! Other times we need a lift. Whatever it takes to get the job done and done well!

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    Did you know . . .

    March 25, 2016
    Did you know . . .

    Never use moth balls to rid yourself of bats and squirrels!  They have a low flashpoint and can cause a fire.  Removal is the only proof positive way to eliminate any animal.

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    Did you know . . .

    March 25, 2016
    Did you know . . .

    Deterrents for bats and squirrels do not work!  Almost every deterrent sold on the market does NOT work.  Ultrasonic devices are only a waste of electricity.  Squirrels are not afraid of radio's and bat's are not afraid of light.

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    Did you know . . . .

    March 19, 2016
    Did you know . . . .

       A bat can fit through an opening the width of a pencil and an inch long, or the size of a thumbnail!

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  • Completed the elimination of woodchucks against this home's foundation.  They can be very destructive little critters.  Once their three month winter snooze is done, they look to pack on some weight.  Did you know that they can eat more than a pound of vegetation in one sitting?  This is equivalent to a 150 pound man scarfing down a 15# steak!

  • Working in Wayzata . . .

  • We recently completed a bat job in Wayzata.  Sometimes we have to use a lot of ladder!!  Other times we need a lift.  Whatever it takes to get the job done and done well!  Give us a call for your bat and squirrel removal.

  • Do you know what March 20th is?

    March 20, 2017 is the FIRST day of Spring!  Warm weather follows right behind.  With the warmer weather, bats will come out of hibernation and become more active.   Bats are not loners.  Usually, they live in colonies.  If you hear scurrying in your attic, there may be bats residing in your home.  Give Aim Wildlife Control a call!  Happy Spring!