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Bats and Bat Removal

If you have, or suspect you may have a bat problem, please call Wildlife Solutions at 1-800-246-9453 to talk to one of our experts. You can also contact us here.

Are bats in your attic? Are bats in your garage? Are bats invading your home? Description: Wildlife Solutions Hanging Bat 1

If so, Wildlife Solutions has the answer to your bat problem. Think of us as your bat control expert.Bats are essential to the health of our natural world. They help control pests and are vital pollinators and seed-dispersers for countless plants. Yet these wonderfully diverse and beneficial creatures are among the least studied and most misunderstood of animals.

There are more than 1,100 species of bats about one-fifth of all mammal species. The may species of bats are incredibly diverse. They range from the world's smallest mammal, the tiny bumblebee bat that weighs less than a penny, to giant flying foxes with six-foot wingspans. Except for the most extreme desert and polar regions, bats have lived in almost every habitat on Earth since the age of the dinosaurs.

Bats are primary predators of night-flying insects, including many of the most damaging agricultural pests and others that bedevil the rest of us. More than two-thirds of bat species hunt insects, and they have healthy appetites. A single little brown bat can eat up to 1,000 mosquito-sized insects in a single hour, while a pregnant or lactating female bat typically eats the equivalent of her entire body weight in insects each night.

Almost a third of the world's bats feed on the fruit or nectar of plants. In return for their meals, these bats are vital pollinators of countless plants and essential seed dispersers with a major role in regenerating rainforests. A small percentage of bats eat fish, mice, frogs or other small vertebrates. Description: Wildlife Solutions Bat

Bats bodies are designed so it does not take much energy for them to hang upside down. They are able to lock their feet in place and the weight of the body hanging upside down keep the bats in place and allows them to rest with no real work required. Hanging upside down also allows the bat to hide in unique places away from danger and to take off in flight easily; they simply fall from high above and then are off flying!

Bats can fit into openings as small as inch, making almost every man-made structure a potential hiding places. Some of the places that bats have been found in man-made structures include but are not limited to:

  • Attics
  • Storage sheds
  • Barns
  • Unused and open structures
  • Chimneys
  • Louvers
  • Soffits
  • Siding
  • Eaves
  • Roof tiles and shingles
  • Behind shutters

Large colonies of bats usually leave behind a large amount of waste. Bat guano (excrement) can become hazardous to humans and pets, if left untreated within the structure.

Bat damage can become expensive if the problem is not eradicated at its root.


Our knowledgeable staff at Wildlife Solutions offer complete solutions to bat problems including:

  • Inspections to determine the severity and nature of the bat activity
  • Bat trapping services
  • Bat eviction services
  • Bat removal services
  • Cleanup of guano and other contamination
  • Repair of entry points
  • Deodorization and biological cleanup services
  • The strongest warranty in the business

For more information please call 1-800-246-9453 or see our What We do and Pricing pages.

Our animal trapping and removal services include bat removal, rat control, mice control, pigeon control, skunk removal, squirrel control, raccoon removal, bird control, snake control, armadillo control, beaver control and as well as other services for all of the following animals:

  • Rats
  • Mice
  • Bats Description: Wildlife Solutions Hanging Bat
  • Birds
  • Pigeons
  • Skunks
  • Squirrels
  • Snakes
  • Raccoons
  • Armadillos
  • Beavers
  • Chipmunks
  • Coyotes
  • Crows
  • Wild Hogs
  • Foxes
  • Moles
  • Opossums
  • Gophers
  • Weasels
  • Woodchucks
  • Otters
  • And more