Professional bat removal and exclusion services in Toronto

Are you looking for Bat exclusion services from your property? we’re the specialists with the knowledge and skills to get the job done right the first time.
Wildlife Pro will repair damage made to existing entry holes. As well, to prevent future infestation, all potential entry points will be secured. Your satisfaction is guaranteed.

A bat is a furry animal that has long, thin wings and very large ears.Glossy black or brown fur covers their bodies, but not their wings. They have poor eyesight and navigate by using a form of radar called echolocation. This skill helps them to fly around at night hunting insects, as they are typically nocturnal. In Ontario, they are known to consume beetles, mosquitoes, moths, and ants. In just one evening, a bat will often eat a volume of insects that is in the range of thirty to one hundred percent of their own body weight.

By going about their day-to-day business, bats help to control forestry and agricultural pests. As a side effect to their activities, they are inadvertently responsible for pollination and seed dispersal to some extent. When bats take up residence in residential areas, they take on useful roles as protectors of gardens. Unfortunately, if too many bats make their homes close to or inside of homes, trouble ensues.

Outside, overhanging ledges or porch roofs make attractive areas for bats to roost. Entry can be gained through openings in windows, chimneys, vents, and siding. Any area where they can hang from ceilings at rest during the daytime is vulnerable. Bats that don’t travel south for the winter will hibernate in heated buildings.

An actual infestation can be identified by rustling or squeaking sounds in an attic. When droppings are seen on the exteriors of structures, it can be certain that bats are roosting there. A threatened bat will use its sharp teeth to bite, and some of them can be rabid so close contact is to be avoided. Their droppings, also called guano, can cause serious disease through direct contact or, in some cases, from airborne substances. In addition, the guano is heavy and a buildup will result in damage being done to a building’s structure.

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