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What should I do if I find a bat in my home?



Uh-Oh, a Bat Inside? Here's What You Should Do

Finding a bat indoors might surprise you, but it's not uncommon. Here's what to do:

Stay Calm: Bats are probably more scared of you than you are of them. They're just looking for a way back outside.

Give It Space: If you see a bat, don't freak out. Just open a window or door and give it a clear path to freedom.

Use a Container: If the bat isn't heading out on its own, grab a box or container and gently trap it. Slide some cardboard under the container to scoop it up.

Time to Reach Out: Now, if you can't shoo the bat out or you're just not comfortable, that's totally fine. Call a wildlife pro like us at Wildlife Control Pros in Northwest Michigan. We've got the know-how to safely handle the situation.

Fun Fact: Bats are nature's nighttime bug hunters. They can munch on thousands of insects every night!

When Bats Drop By: Bats can pop up indoors any time, but they might be more active in late summer and early fall. That's when their young ones are learning to fly.

Safety First: Here's the deal – bats can carry diseases like rabies. So, avoid direct contact and make sure kids and pets stay away.

Our Approach: When you've got a bat situation, we're here to help:

  1. Stay Safe: Our priority is making sure everyone's safe and sound.

  2. Bat Experts: Our team knows the ropes when it comes to handling bats without harm.

  3. Your Comfort: We'll step in and handle the situation so you can relax.

Peaceful Coexistence: We're all about finding a balance between people and wildlife:

  • Safe Practices: Our methods are about keeping both you and the bats safe.

  • Bat-Friendly Ways: If bats keep dropping by, we can help you set up bat houses to give them a comfy spot outside.

Bat in the House? No Worries: Got a bat hangin' around indoors? Reach out to us at (231) 299-0929 or WildlifeControlPro@gmail.com. We're here to guide you, make sure your family and pets are safe, and help you live in harmony with your wild neighbors.

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