A Wildlife
                        Exclusion Service
Helping People Solve Problems with Wild Animals
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Self help- Bats

*Before delving into a do-it-yourself bat exclusion please not that bat exclusions can be difficult and tedious. Often it is a good idea to have a technician come out to inspect your home, identify the entry points and go over how to do it and the appropriate materials to use.


Bat flying around house

If you have a bat flying around your house, the bat will not hurt you and you can open a door or window and give the animal some time to fly out. If the bat is sleeping on a wall or curtain, you can use gloves and a towel to remove the animal and put it outside. Place it on something high and out of danger and it will fly home. Most often bats accidentally fly into a house when they are chasing bugs.

A Wildlife Exclusion Service • 403 Mecham Rd, Petaluma 94952 • (707) 992-0276
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