Friday, August 7, 2009

Bat in the house

We have a bat in the house, and don't know what to do. We are getting this call numerous times a day this time of year. Baby bats that were born earlier in the spring are now learning how to fly and getting lost in houses, businesses, etc. If you find a bat in your home, you should contact a professional to perform a bat inspection of your property. If bats in your home are a re-occurring issue, you may have a colony living somewhere in the structure. It could also be an isolated incident of a bat gaining entry through an open window, door, or around an air conditioner, etc. Only an inspection can determine the severity of your bat issue. Cayuga Creek Nuisance Wildlife Removal will provide a professional inspection of your home. we will investigate all common bat entry points, and explain in detail, what needs to be done to resolve the problem. Call today for and Inspection. We can be reached at 716-903-0758, online at, or by email at

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