If you are in Toronto and looking for some help with a bat problem in your home, get in touch with us at SWAT Wildlife. We are a dedicated team with years of experience behind us, and we are more than capable of dealing with any bats that might have got into your home, garden or any other area you might be concerned about.
Am I Living With Bats?
At first, you might not be sure whether or not you are actually living with bats in your home, so it’s best to do a check of a few things first and foremost. There are some clear signs that you might be sharing a home with some bats, which include:
- Evidence of a roost. Generally, bats do not make themselves known very easily, as they are quiet and don’t make a lot of mess. But if you see a roost, then you know you might have a bat problem.
- Flying around at night. At first, you might wonder what it is that you are seeing flying around your yard at night, but it is very often going to be bats, as most birds will not fly at night.
- Bats can produce a very large quantity of feces – called “guano”. This is another clear sign that you are sharing your home with bats.
If you discover any of these signs, you might want to consider getting in touch with our bat removal Toronto team as soon as possible.
The Humane Way To Deal With Bats
Most bat species are protected by law, so it is important that they are to be dealt with as humanely as possible. When you come to us at SWAT Wildlife, you can be certain of getting a one hundred percent humane approach to managing your bat problem. We pride ourselves on being able to deal with wildlife in a very caring and morally aware manner, so you won’t have to feel that you have anything on your conscience.
Finding A Sick Bat
If you find a sick or ailing bat, it is especially important that you have us come and take it away for you. It might need some medical intervention, and we can make sure that it gets to the right people. Under no circumstances should you try to handle the situation yourself - the bat in question could be carrying a disease, and you should not feel that you have to put yourself at risk. It is always best to get in touch with our professional bat removal team in Toronto, rather than trying to deal with it yourself, especially if the bat appears to be ill.
Should I Capture A Bat?
If you have found a bat in your home, you should not try to capture it. Not only will this cause incredible distress for the animal, but it is also possible that you will not be successful, in which case you might make the problem worse. In some scenarios, you might even end up sustaining an injury from the bat you tried to remove. It is always best to get in touch with our bat removal team instead.
Getting Rid Of Bats In The Home
One thing to bear in mind is that you should not be too worried when you find you have bats in the home, as they are not very likely to cause you harm. If left for too long however these little mammals can cause damage to you and your home. The best thing to do is to remain calm and make sure that you are getting in touch with the professionals.
If you need bat removal assistance in Toronto, get in touch today.
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