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  • Servicing the Metro Area

    Aim Wildlife services all of the Twin Cities Metro and most of Eastern and Central Minnesota.

    Professional and courteous wildlife control

    We take pride in our professional and courteous professionals. Aim Wildlife Control believes in safety first when providing service to your dwelling.

    We provide exclusion services for bats and squirrels

    Most of the time we are able to use exclusion as a method to rid you of bats and squirrels. We do this in as humane of a way as possible.

    Bats like to hang around

    Once bats make your dwelling their home, they will make every attempt to reenter once we get them out.

  • At Aim Wildlife Control LLC we specialize in bats, but squirrels are also a big part of our profession because they often go hand in hand.  Sometimes the same point of entry is used by both.  Also, by specializing in two species, we are able to better focus on the removal of your pests.  Bat removal, or exclusion, from attics starts with . . . . 

    Step #1: A proper inspection.  The home inspection does a few things.  It lets us meet each other to discuss your concerns, allows us to explain our process and it also gives us the needed visual to find out what kind of openings, repairs, or sealing your home may need.  At the time of inspection, we will give you a written service contract outlining the work to be done and the contract price for it. We will also go over our warranty for the work we do.  FOR YOUR INSPECTION, CALL 612.202.1295.

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    (We also cover areas surrounding those listed.)
    Minneapolis and St. Paul
    Shoreview to Stillwater
    Woodbury to Hastings
    Apple Valley to Prior Lake
    Shakopee to Eden Prairie
    Hutchinson to Minnetonka
    Eastern and Central Minnesota
  • Bat and Squirrel Exclusion

    Exclusion is the only method that Aim Wildlife Control will use to remove the bats from your home or commercial building.  This allows us to safely, humanely, and effectively remove them from the structure.  People ask if we spray, poison or trap the bats and the answer is absolutely not.  Bats are protected and cannot be harmed.  During the process of exclusion, we will install a device that allows the bats to exit the dwelling on all the openings we find that the bats are using.  Then we search for and seal any other openings that the bats may possibly use.  Also, by sealing the small openings, it helps prevent bugs like wasps, Asian beetles, etc. from entering. 

  • Areas of expertise

  • There are seven species of bats that live in Minnesota.

  • Squirrels can cause structural damage to your house or building.

  • This cute, fuzzy tailed, nocturnal mammal can destroy gardens or get into structures to have their "kits".