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salem sandy seaside Saint Helens
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talent tigard tillamook turner tualitin
tualatin warrenton west haven sylvan
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white city wilsonville woodburn
All Natural Pest Elimination is one of Oregon's leader in bat control: relocation, exclusion, and deterrents. Our techniques are unique and effective.
Bats have a wonderful purpose in nature - they eat a tremendous amount of insects and are extremely beneficial. However, if they are in one of your structures,
- GET THEM OUT!
Bats have no business roosting in homes or structures! Bats roosting around humans or pets is a major health risk! Bats around homes with children create unacceptable risks of bites or exposure to harmful feces.
When they are found in a residence or inhabited structures they should be removed immediately!
Rabies (no - not vampires) is the #1 concern with bats. It is a virus that is spread by the saliva of infected animals that are in the last stages of the disease. Usually it is passed on through a bite, but there is some evidence that humans or animals can also contract rabies if this saliva comes in contact with an open sore or mucus membrane.
Bats living in an attic would be close enough to people to be an immediate threat.
Both immature and adult bats have been known to find their way into living quarters and become a serious problem if children or pets find them.
Also, bats roosting inside a home cause feces to build up in the attic or wall voids, this is called guano. This can be a source of Histoplasmosis and other health hazards associated with mammal feces.
The most common of bats found in Oregon is the Myotis Lucifugus - the Little Brown Bat.
This is the bat most commonly seen by people. They can squeeze through a
one inch (1") opening! Attics and wall voids provide good roosting sites and bats often enter areas where the sides of a house meet the roof or chimney. If an entry has been used for any length of time, it becomes soiled or stained and easier to identify. You can also find entries by watching in the evening
for the bats to emerge. The largest colony we had to remove from an attic was in
the thousands! Little Brown bats can live for 30 years or more!
During May, June, or July is when babies are born and still unable to fly.
Because of health risks, removing nests must be done whenever they are found, and the babies relocated to bat houses.
Bats are faithful to their known roosts, they will not just go away on their own.
Deterrents and exclusion techniques force them to relocate.
Want to keep your bats around?
Bats can be very beneficial as long as they aren't nesting where there are people.
Bats are mosquitoes' number one enemy and many people want to keep them around. A single little brown bat can eat hundreds of mosquitoes in a night.
We now offer bat houses and bat house installation for your property to help relocate and host these natural bug-eating-machines.
Before you go batty, find out the best way to deal with bats!
Call us for a free home inspection anywhere in Oregon and a professional Inspector will analyze your situation and help you make the best decisions.