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WMNR - Gregg Schumaker
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Conway, Michigan 49722
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Gregg Schumaker

Gregg Schumaker

WMNR is owned and operated by Gregg Schumaker, licensed by the state of Michigan and is fully insured.

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We are doing a lot of bat seal up work in the Petoskey/Harbor Springs area.  Last week we saw our first live little brown bats.  Our favorite little migrators have returned to Northern Michigan.

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We are finishing up the bat seal ups that we had last fall.  We are now working on the bat removal complaints we are now recieving. 

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It's that time of year when skunks are emerging from their winter dens to find a mate.  Some skunks encounter cars head-on, while others make themselves at home under your deck, backyard or garage.

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We have received alot of calls recently for skunk issues: digging in the yard, hanging out underneath the porch, etc.  With the onset of winter, this issue won't go away.  Skunks are not true hibernators in the winter,

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You might not see the mice, but can probably hear them, mostly at night, as this is when they tend to be more active.  Your pet may even paw at walls and other areas where mice might be hiding.  Look for mouse droppings and nests in the kitchen, garage, basement and other storage areas.  Mice will often stock pile their food.  One client found acrons underneath the bed covers in their guest bedroom.  How do you control mice?

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Fall is upon us with the colder temperatures and spectacular fall colors.  With this, our friend, the little brown bat, will soon be migrating for the winter. 

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In the summertime during hot weather, homeowners may discover bats residing in their home! Attics are the most common portion of a house in which bats roost and raise their young.

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Skunks are able to dig and create their own burrows; however, they will also use hollow logs, wood or rock piles, buildings, stone walls, hay or brush piles, to provide protection from predators.