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THE SILVER HAIRED BAT – Lasionycteris Noctivagand
Silver-haired bats, commonly found in forests, form their colonies in trees and hollows. Their fur is black, with an occasional bat having a more dark brown color. These bats have short, round, hairless ears. The tail is mostly without fur save for a small portion with a light coat near the top. Silver-haired bats feed on insects, which helps humans and agriculture alike. This voracious eating habit means that these bats, like many other bat species, are a necessary part of the ecosystem. But these bats can and do invade homes and attics, which makes problems and invade our peace.
Silver-haired bats prefer to migrate to forested areas during the winter months. They also spend the year living in tree cavities and hollows. Because of this, they are highly sensitive to deforestation. These bats mate during the fall before migrating, but the embryos don’t develop until after hibernation has ceased the next spring. From April to sometime around the first week of September, they inhabit most places across America. We know them to live for about 12 years.
The Silver Hair prefers forested areas but occasionally invades the homes and attics of American residents. They are often mistaken for big brown bats, which are a more common invasive bat species. It is essential that, upon discovering silver-haired bats in your home or attic, you hire a professional bat removal company that complies with all national laws and guidelines. Bat Removal Pro makes your job as simple as dialing a phone number, as we pre-screen every bat removal service in your area. Each of our partners has a track record of excellence in the bat removal business. Check out our U.S. or Canada directory and immediately get rid of bat problems!