BAT REMOVAL PRO – A DIRECTORY OF BAT REMOVAL PROFESSIONALS

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Bat Removal Pro is a nationwide listing of Bat Removal Professionals, and Wildlife Removal Professionals, throughout the United States and Canada. Our major focus is on the removal of bats but the professionals listed here are licensed here to remove most, if not all, wildlife.

This site features members of the Bat Removal Pro Network who pay for the professional marketing of their independent wildlife removal and pest control companies in the US and Canada.

To view our list of bat removal professionals visit our USA and Canada directories of states, cities, and provinces listing independently owned wildlife and pest control companies and wildlife and pest control removal companies across the US and Canada.

Occasionally, a bat may accidentally find itself inside a home, flying around and landing on curtains or furniture. If you find one in your house, don’t panic. Most likely, you can send the bat on his or her way safely and humanely. And feel free to contact one of Bat Removal Pro’s Professionals in your US state or Canadian Province and in the city nearest you.

We are always interested in marketing new qualified licensed and insured pest control operators or wildlife removal companies anywhere in the United States and or Canada. Contact us and we’ll inform you how you can be added to our directory system at Bat Removal Pro’s website.

You can also visit our national directory sister site at www.pro-animal-control.com where they list wildlife and pest removal professionals who remove Raccoon, Coyote, Gophers, Chipmunks, Ground Hogs, Fox, Moles, Skunks, Armadillos, Bats, Birds, Beaver, Chickens, Ducks, Geese, Feral Hogs, Flying Squirrels, Guinea Fowl, Peacocks, Peafowl, Squirrels and Snakes.

 

THE REMOVAL OF BATS BY BAT REMOVAL PRO PROFESSIONALS

Although bats provide benefits by feeding on insects, they also can carry diseases to humans and other animals. You can greatly minimize the risk of disease transmission by never handling bats, not breathing dust from bat droppings, and vaccinating your dogs and cats against rabies. It is very important to educate children never to touch a bat, dead or alive.

And if you find a bat in your home contacting a Bat Removal Pro professional in your US state, US city or province would be the proper decision. Humanely removing bats, a creature that is necessary to our ecology, is a job that can be properly performed by a Bat Removal Pro professional.

Although bats are extremely beneficial and help to maintain the balance of our delicate ecosystem, there are times when bats become a problem or a nuisance to home or business owners; and that’s when you need Bat Removal Pro, a National Directory of Bat Removal Professionals.

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A Few Of The Bats In The US

  • Big Brown Bat
  • Eastern Small Footed Bat
  • Little Brown Bat
  • Northern Long Eared Bat
  • Eastern Red Bat
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  • Silver Haired Bat
  • Tri Colored Bat
  • Big Brown Bat
    This medium-sized bat ranges from 10–13 cm (3.9–5.1 in) in body length, with an 28–33 cm (11–13 in) wingspan, and weighs between 14–16 g (0.49–0.56 oz). The fur is moderately long and shiny brown. The wing membranes, ears, feet, and face are dark brown to blackish in color.

    Big brown bats are nocturnal, roosting during the day in hollow trees, beneath loose tree bark, in the crevices of rocks, or in man-made structures such as attics, barns, old buildings, eaves, and window shutters. Big brown bats navigate through the night skies by use of echolocation, producing ultrasonic sounds through the mouth or nose. They are known also to produce audible sound during flight, a click or a sound like escaping steam.

  • Eastern Small Footed Bat
    The Eastern small footed bat is between 65 and 95 millimeters in length, has a wingspan of 210 to 250 millimeters, and weighs between 4 and 8 grams. The bat got its name from its abnormally small hind feet, which are only 7 to 8 millimeters long. The fur on the dorsal side of their body is dark at the roots, and fades to a light brown at the tips, which gives the bats a signature shiny, yellow-brown appearance. The fur on the dorsal side of the body is a dull gray color, which is believed to help camouflage themselves in their hibernacula. The defining characteristic of this bat is its face-mask, which is completely black.They also have black ears, wings and interfemoral membrane, (the membrane between the legs and tail).
  • Little Brown Bat
    As suggested by the bat’s name, its fur is uniformly dark brown and glossy on the back and upper parts with slightly paler, greyish fur underneath. Wing membranes are dark brown on a typical wingspan of 22–27 cm (8.7–10.6 in). Ears are small and black with a short, rounded tragus. Adult bats are typically 6–10 cm (2.4–3.9 in) long and weigh 5–14 grams (0.2–0.5 oz). Females tend to be larger than males. The fore and hind limbs have five metapodials. The skull of the brown bat lacks a sagittal crest. Its rostrum is shortened and has upslope profile of the forehead. Its braincase flattened and sub-circular when observed dorsally. The bat has 38 teeth all of which including molars are relatively sharp, as is typical for an insectivore, and canines are prominent to enable grasping hard-bodied insects in flight.
  • Northern Long Eared Bat
    The northern long-eared bat is a small bat, measuring an average of 8.6 cm (3.4 in) in total length, including a tail about 4 cm (1.6 in) long. Adults weigh between 5 and 8 g (0.18 and 0.28 oz). The fur and wing membranes are light brown in color, and the bat lacks the dark shoulder spots found in the closely related, and otherwise similar Keen’s myotis. Compared to other Myotis species, these bats have long ears with a relatively long tragus; when folded forwards the ears extend well past the nose. They also have a longer tail and larger wing area than most comparably sized Myotis bats, giving them increased maneuvrability during slow flight.
  • Eastern Red Bat
    This is a medium-sized Vespertilionid, averaging weights of 9.5–14 g and measurements of 112.3 mm in total length. Adults are usually dimorphic: males have red hair while females are chestnut-colored with whitish frosting on the tips of the fur.
  • Hoary Bat
    The hoary bat averages 13 to 14.5 cm (5.1 to 5.7 in) long with a 40 cm (15.5 in) wingspan and a weight of 26 g (0.92 oz). It is the largest bat normally found in Canada. Its coat is dense and dark brown, with white tips to the hairs that give the species its ‘hoary’ appearance for which it is named. The body is covered in fur except for the undersides of the wings. The bats can cover an impressive 39 kilometers while foraging.
  • Silver Haired Bat
    This medium-sized bat is predominately black (including the wings, ears, interfemoral membrane, and fur) with white-tipped hairs. The basal upper half of its tail membrane is densely furred. This gives the bat a frosted appearance and its common name’s sake. This species has a flattened skull with a broad rostrum. This species weighs around 8–12 g, has a total length of ~100 mm, a tail length of 40 mm, and a forearm length of 37–44 mm.
  • Tri Colored Bat
    This reddish, yellowish and brownish bat is one of the smallest bats in eastern North America. The forearms are orange to red, and the wing membrane is black. Adults weigh between 4 and 10 g and reach a forearm length of 30 to 35 mm. They are easily distinguished from other similar species by their tricolored fur. These bats were renamed by Dr. Paul Cryan with the US Geological Survey.

 

Bat colonies living in human structures can be noisy and sometimes create unpleasant droppings or odors. However, they do not cause structural damage nor do they chew on wires or wood. The increase of human expansion has resulted in a loss of habitat for bats, forcing them to look for alternative roosts to live in and raise their young. Roof voids, attics, vacant buildings and barns all provide bats with warm, safe places to hide and live. If you find that you have bats in your home, bats in your roof voids, bats in your attic, bats in your vacant buildings or bats in your barn you can rest assured that the Bat Removal Pro Professionals can deal with any bat removal problem big or small.

 

AND EVEN MORE – ALL TYPES OF WILDLIFE REMOVAL AND TRAPPING AT BAT REMOVAL PRO

Not only are Bat Removal Pro Professionals bat removal experts we are also licensed in all areas of wildlife removal. We also provide the following services:

  • RACCOON REMOVAL
  • FOX AND COYOTE TRAPPER
  • GROUND HOG AND WOODCHUCK REMOVAL
  • MOLE TRAPPER
  • POCKET GOPHER TRAPPER
  • SKUNK TRAPPER
  • BIRD CONTROL, BIRD REMOVAL AND BIRD EXTERMINATING
  • BEAVER TRAPPER
  • RODENT REMOVAL
  • FERA FOWL REMOVAL – Chickens, Ducks,Geese, Peacocks Peafowl Guinea Birds
  • SNAKE REMOVAL

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