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A: Bodies of water. This is because bats have quite an appetite for mosquitoes.
The more that you understand about the creatures that are in your house, the better you will be able to deal with them. Wisconsin Bat Specialists Inc. has dealt with bats for over 30 years, and can answer any questions you may have about them.
A: During the winter. When the first frost hits, smaller bats migrate and larger
A: Older homes may have more cracks and crevices, which are ideal living spots for bats.
A: The attic. They like for the temperature to be in the upper nineties or higher. This is especially true for groups of female bats who are preparing to give birth.
A: Not very likely. Only rabid bats are dangerous, and less than 1% of bats are rabid.
A: Bats are generally harmless, and our method of exclusion is highly recommended by all Midwestern DNRs. Also, bats are an endangered species and it is illegal to use pesticides or chemicals on them.
A: Yes. Waking up a hibernating bat could cause the creature to suffer a fatal loss of energy. That's why we deliver them to a certified rehabber.
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