We are Bradenton Animal Attic, a full service wildlife removal company servicing Bradenton, FL. Pest animals can be a massive stress if you are a homeowner, so our experience of over a decade of animal removal can really help to take that strain from your shoulders. Our experienced technicians can deal with wild animals in both commercial and domestic properties, and we have the skills to remove the animals causing the problem in your property. We carry all of the necessary insurance and licenses for the work, and are always happy to provide this for your records. Our animal removal experts aren’t exterminators, so we do not use messy and inhumane poisons, and we can usually deal with the majority of reptiles and mammals that could be causing problems in the area. Where possible we will try to get rid of the animals without having to use lethal or cage traps, as exclusion is often more effective than trapping with some species. We can also offer a cleaning and disinfecting service once the animals are removed, to ensure the people continuing to live in or use the property are safe from the diseases and bacteria that can be associated with an animal infestation. Call us now at 941-584-4707 for a solution to your wild animal problem.
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Humane removal of the bats is the only way to get rid of them. Otherwise, you will find yourself behind the prison bars. Based on the existing federal laws, killing, possessing, trading, and capturing bats especially the bats that are on the federal list is illegal. Perhaps the best solution is to install exclusion devices. Once they invaded your property, you should immediately call the service of the bat removal company. They can install one-way exclusion device that will allow you to remove them from your property without harming them.
Methods to Remove the Bats from Our Property without Injuring Them
There are around 40 species of bats found in the US. Only a small portion of these species will normally cause problems to human. Bats that are living in the small quarter of our house can remain unnoticed for a long time. One or two bats should not be a cause of alarm. They probably choose your place since it is close to their food source. In fact, this can be very beneficial for you. One bat can consume insects that are at least 1/3 of their total body weight. So if you want to reduce the population of the mosquitoes in your property, you might want to consider living harmoniously with the bat.
In the event that you cannot live with them amicably, then installing exclusion device would be the best way to remove them from your house. Exclusion devices are normally place on the entry points of the bats. This device will allow them to go out on their own accord but will never allow them to return back inside your property. Before installing this device, make sure that you have already sealed all the possible entry holes. Bats are crafty creature and they will look for any flaws in your structure that they can use to infiltrate your house.
Laws during the Nesting Season
Killing the bats are considered illegal, but you should also know the laws that are related with the use of exclusion devices. You should be aware that humane removal of the bat will not be allowed during the nesting season. It is not considered a humane method when a baby bat is left inside your property. A pup that has been abandoned by the mother bat will eventually die. They do not have the flight ability and they completely depend on their mother for survival. The laws will vary depending on your location since the maternity season will also occur on different times. The laws will also depend upon the bat species. Generally, there are no laws when you are performing bat removal. The law only states that it is highly illegal to remove the bats when there are baby bats in your house. In order to stay away from fines and punishment that may arise from the illegal ways of removing the bat, you should consider hiring the service of the professional bat removal company. They are well familiar on the laws that protect the bats allowing them to perform their service within jurisdiction.