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About Bats

Bats are often unfairly maligned and portrayed as creepy, scary, and spooky creatures. However, these fascinating flying mammals play a vital role in our ecosystem and have a significant impact on our daily lives in ways that many people may not fully appreciate. Bats are essential pollinators, helping to ensure the growth and reproduction of many of our favorite fruits, such as mangoes, bananas, and agave plants used to make tequila. They also serve as natural pest control, consuming vast quantities of insects like mosquitoes, which can carry diseases and disrupt our outdoor activities. Furthermore, the unique adaptations and capabilities of bats have inspired important medical breakthroughs, with bat-derived compounds being explored for their potential use in treatments for conditions ranging from Alzheimer’s disease to certain types of cancer.



However, when bats enter our homes and begin to cause damage to property, it can quickly become a costly and complex problem for homeowners. Bats are a federally protected species, which adds an additional layer of complexity to the issue of bat removal and prevention. To help navigate these challenging waters, we will provide you with a detailed plan on how to successfully remove bats from your home and implement effective measures to prevent their return. Our comprehensive approach will address the unique needs and considerations involved in dealing with a bat infestation, ensuring that the problem is resolved in a safe, effective, and environmentally responsible manner.

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Schedule Your Complimentary Wildlife Inspection Today!

Our detailed inspections will provide valuable insight into problematic species, nesting sites, and the extent of the infestation to tailor an effective wildlife removal strategy. 

FAQ

Most frequent questions and answers about bats

Yes. All of Georgia and Florida’s bat species are protected by both federal and state law. It is illegal to kill, relocate or harm them.

Having only one pup a year makes bats extremely vulnerable to extinction.

There are many different ways this can be accomplished. It can be done most effectively through a professional exclusion service like ours. This will consist of 1-2 weeks of exclusion followed up by sealing off all potential entry points and sanitizing the mess they created within your home.

The most common sign of bats would be seeing them leave the roost in late evening as they begin to forage for insects, a strong odor coming from your attic or seeing guano droppings on the exterior of your home.