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NC species: Varies (Click for more info.)
Roost areas: hollow trees, gable vents, attics, rock cavities, shutters, buildings, barns
Food source: insects
Young: varies on species
Damage: health risk, gain access in to attics or living areas
At Heritage Wildlife Removal, we make bat removal an easy and human process. Bats are nocturnal mammals that are notorious for hanging in gable vents on homes or businesses.
A single bat can eat over a thousand mosquitoes in one night. They are federally protected animals since they are such a benefit in controlling insect populations.
People have been brought up to believe that bats are blind, but in truth they can see but not well. Since there vision is low, they use echolocation (produces ultrasonic sounds threw mouth or nose) to locate food or navigate.
Since they are federally protected and can’t be trapped, we do a full exclusion job for your home or business as well as install release devices that get the bats out but not allow reentry.
Though they hang in a gable vent on the front side of the wire seems safe, if left alone for years the guano build up can be harmful as well as eat threw the wire and allow entry into the attic and living space.
Once our team safely removes the pest or small creatures that was invading your home, it’s important to do the work to ensure no more animals have a way of getting inside you home. For bats it’s important to seal up open area or cracks they can get in to. If you have any roof openings, be sure to have some roof repairs done. If your property has an unusual number of mosquitoes, you may want to consider seeking a mosquito control service. For more questions on our bat removal services, please contact us.
If you are having an issue with these animals, please contact us today! Our bat removal services are available throughout Asheville, NC; Salisbury, NC; Winston Salem, NC; Greensboro, NC; Mooresville, NC; Huntersville, NC and nearby areas.