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Florida Bat Control    Wildlife Patrol is a pest control company for bats, rats, and other nuisance wildlife animals. We eliminate bat problems by excluding the colony and then permanently sealing off the structure from re-entry. Our bat control experts solve bat problems permanently without harming the bats.
      Bat removal for Orlando, Sarasota, Tampa, Florida


      call for bat control: 407-810-1381


Bat control is a unique field. It requires specialized training and techniques, attention to detail, and extensive knowledge of bat control biology and behavior.  Orlando bat control requires a full site inspection, and 100% of the structure must be properly sealed, including gaps as small as " wide.

Once the bat control Orlando  are removed exclusion work MUST be done to prevent the bats from returning to the roost site. Any bat control professional should perform this task and provide a warranty with their work once completed.

After the bats have been removed from a structure proper bat control Orlando guano clean-up is the next step. After a few years, the old bat droppings and waste that has accumulated may develop and grow a fungal spore, histoplasma capsulatum. If the guano is not properly removed occupants of the building may subject themselves to possible contraction of histoplasmosis.



Bat Control Information:
Bats have adapted well to our urban and suburban environments. Bats can be found in and around buildings, bridges and other man-made structures.  Historically, bats roosted in caves and large trees with slabs of loose bark or hollowed centers. Today, these ideal roost sites are in short supply so bats are sometimes forced to roost in buildings and homes.

There are approximately 1,100 species of bats world-wide, these creatures account for 20% of mammal species. Their most distinguishing feature is that their forelimbs are developed as wings, making them the only mammals in the world naturally capable of flight.  These flying mammals play a vital role in the ecosystem by pollinating plants and feeding on insects, such as mosquitoes. About 70% of bats are insectivores.

Bats are protected in the United States and should never be killed or harmed.  Bats control should only be attempted by accredited professionals.


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