Cold Weather Bat Removal

Posted by on Nov 3, 2017 in Bat Control, Bat Removal, Blog | 0 comments

Cold Weather Bat Removal: Cold weather bat removal done by the professionals at Bat Specialists of Michigan. While others may claim to be the best, we have proven it with over 12,000 successful bat exclusions to date. Let our certified technicians get the job done right for you. Cold Weather Exclusions: Bats are warm blooded mammals that seek warmth in the colder months. Due to their body structure they are able to fit into small places making...

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Michigan’s Big Brown Bats

Posted by on Sep 27, 2017 in Bat Control, Bat Removal, Blog |

Michigan’s Big Brown Bats: Michigan’s big brown bats are insectivores, eating mostly beetles. They will also eat other flying insects including moths, flies, wasps, and others. They use their strong teeth to chew though the hard outer shell of the insects. Big brown bats only eat in warm months when insects are alive. Therefore, they eat large amounts of insects in the summer and fall to prepare for hibernation. They will also not...

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Humane Bat Removal Services

Posted by on Aug 25, 2017 in Bat Control, Bat Removal, Blog |

Humane Bat Removal Services: Bat Specialists of Michigan offers humane bat removal services to most of Southeast Michigan. We are proud members of Bat Conversation International and adhere to their standards. Our goal is to continue to help increase the bat populations of Michigan by only doing safe, and humane exclusions. Bats in the attic: Recently we were called out to a home where they had been hearing noises for some time. They thought it...

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Michigan Bat Populations Decline

Posted by on Aug 10, 2017 in Bat Control, Bat Removal, Blog |

Michigan Bat Populations Decline: Michigan bat populations decline due to disease as well as man made hazards. Scientists believe both natural and human-made threats to bats could severely impact certain populations of Michigan’s bats over the next decade.  The main threat to the bat population comes in the form of white nose syndrome, causing fungus and destruction of their ecosystem. White-nose syndrome is a disease of hibernating bats...

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Michigan Summer Bats

Posted by on Jul 17, 2017 in Bat Control, Bat Removal, Blog |

Michigan Summer Bats: In Michigan summer bats are getting their fill while helping to control the insect population. These bats can eat up to 6000 bugs per night, more than half their body weight! Most people are scared of these bats flying around their houses at night. Although in reality the bats are helping our environment while keeping the bugs under control. Bats are not naturally aggressive towards humans but if being handled or messed...

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Removing Michigan Bats

Posted by on Jun 30, 2017 in Bat Control, Bat Removal, Blog |

Removing Michigan Bats: Removing Michigan bats is usually a job for the professionals. Timing is important as you do not want to do exclusions when young bats are not yet able to fly. If your hearing scratching in your walls or ceiling at night you might have a bat issue. Our team of experts will do a inspection of your home to find out where your bats are roosting and how big the colony is. Once its determined how big a bat problem you have we...

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