Wildlife Control and Removal in Minnesota and Wisconsin.

American Pest Solutions

Protecting Your Health and Environment
Wildlife Removal and Control Experts.
We solve your Wildlife, Bird, and other Wild Animal Problems.
Wildlife Removal and Control for the entire Minneapolis, St Paul Metro Area, and Western Wisconsin.
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612-331-2099 - Minnesota
715-749-9024 - Wisconsin
Your Wildlife Removal and Control Experts.

We Remove Bats, Squirrels, Gophers, Rabbits, Raccoons, Skunks, Woodchucks, Fox, Beaver, Opossums and More!

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American Pest Solutions (APS) is owned and operated by a degreed Wildlife Biologist/Animal Control Expert. APS is an industry leader in wildlife damage control and can help you with all your wildlife control problems.

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612-331-2099 - Minnesota
715-749-9024 - Wisconsin

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Wildlife Services Include:
Inspections for wildlife entry points and damage.
Bat removal and control / exclusion
Mouse removal and control / poisoning, trapping, repair.
Squirrel removal and control / trapping and repair.
Mole removal and control / trapping and or poisoning.
Chipmunk removal / trapping and repair.
Rat removal and control / poisoning, trapping and repair.
Raccoon removal / trapping and repair.
Skunk removal / trapping.
Woodchuck/Groundhog removal / trapping.
Rabbit removal / trapping.
Opossum removal / trapping.
Snake removal and control / trapping and repair.
Rodent control programs / poisoning and trapping.
Vole control / poisoning
Gopher trapping.
Fox and Coyote Trapping
Beaver and muskrat trapping

Pigeon Removal and Control
Woodpecker Control
Swallow Control
Seagull Control

Chimney caps installed, damage repair, and prevention.
Attic cleanups, insulation removal, and feces removal.

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