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Recently we had a customer call us with a common problem. She had been hearing a high pitched squeaking noise coming from above her bedroom ceiling and now has a bat flying around her kitchen. It was around 10 pm when Wildlife Command Center received the call and began to walk her through what she needed to do. Kansas City Bat Removal KC Missouri We explained to minimize the areas and rooms the bat could access by closing any doors she could, covering the bottoms with a towel or blanket and to keep an eye on the bat until one of our trained technicians could arrive. Bats do not try to fly towards humans and are actually very skilled at avoiding us while flying around through their use of echo location. We assured her that it was safe to stand off to the side and observe the bat as we sent our team to rescue her from the situation.

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Upon arrival the customer explained that she did her best to close any doors but had lost sight of the bat while doing so. Our team starts by carefully checking the most common places bats hide while stuck inside the living space of a home. The technicians at Wildlife Command Center are trained in bat behavior, the proper handling and removal of bats. After a very thorough search, we were able to find the bat had landed behind a pillow and crawled its way down into the living room couch. The bat was removed safely and unharmed.

After the successful removal of the bat, Wildlife Command Center returned to perform a 70 point bat inspection of the home to identify where the bat could have gained entry to the home and establish if there was a colony of bats living inside the attic. Our team found that a colony of bats were entering the home near the chimney and living inside the attic space. We determined the bats had been there for an extended period of time due to the excessive buildup of their droppings, guano, found inside the attic. Kansas City Bat Removal KC Missouri

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Wildlife Command Center presented her with a detailed action plan to completely seal the entry points of the home, exclude the colony of bats and clean up the guano. To properly exclude the bats from the home and ensure they would not return, every bat accessible entry point was sealed off. Over the main entry point a bat exclusion device was installed to allow the bats to leave, but upon return would no longer have entry to the home. After we established the colony had left, our team removed the guano, contaminated insulation and sanitized the attic. Now the bats are gone, the home is bat proof and it’s like the colony of bats were never there.

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Our team at Wildlife Command Center is passionate about dealing with bats properly. Bats are actually very beneficial to the environment and are a protected species. There are a lot of wrong ways to deal with bats, but our technicians are trained with the National Wildlife Control Operators Association to be Bat Standards Compliant. Not only can handling a colony living in your home improperly harm the bats, but it can lead to increasing the problem. Don’t take the chance of pushing the bats into the living space of your home or exposing yourself to the health risks associated with bat guano, let Wildlife Command Center help you resolve the issue effectively and safely. Kansas City Bat Removal KC Missouri

Protected Baby Bats

You can see how well in this photo the Mamma bats protect their young, but, did you know baby bats are also legally protected by the government? From the time baby bats are born until they are fully flighted they enjoy legal protection, humans are not allowed to interact or interfere with the baby bats or the structure in which they are born, even your home. We at Wildlife Command Center can help you deal with bats in your home, just call Michael for more information Contact Wildlife Command Center or call 314-399-8272.baby_bats

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If you or your best friend was bitten by the bat, you should try to capture the bat or bats. This is most easily done while wearing thick work gloves and attempting to contain the bat closing off all exits to other rooms by stuffing towels under the doors. If the bat is not flying, capture it by using a box or small container, bats that don’t fly and are on the ground are sick. Place the container over the bat, slide a piece of cardboard or magazine under the container, gently causing the bat to fall into the container while closing off all the opening.

Be very, very careful in every way, rabies is 100% fatal if you do not seek medical help. If the bat is flying around, a butterfly net is useful if available, however a towel may also be helpful. You may also want to just wait until the bat stops flying, but keep watching it to see where it might land. Contact Wildlife Command Center 314-399-8272 and notify them that someone was bitten and the bat needs to be tested immediately. If the test comes back positive for rabies, seek medical attention through your local emergency health care provider.
If you are unable to capture the bat, but someone was bitten, seek medical attention immediately. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that anyone that comes in direct, unprotected, contact with wild mammals should receive rabies post-exposure treatment from a health-care provider, if the animal is not able to be caught and tested. Rabies post-exposure treatment should also be administered in situations in which there is a reasonable probability that such contact occurred (such as a sleeping person awakes to find a bat in the room or an adult witnesses a bat in the room with a previously unattended child, mentally disabled person, or an intoxicated person).

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Not bitten by the bat? Good, Great! Let’s get that bat back outside so it can return to eating lots of insects.
Just follow these simple steps:
Don’t panic! The bat is flying around to find a way out.
It is NOT trying to attack anyone.
Turn on the lights (if you haven’t already), so that both you and the bat can navigate around easily.
Keep the bat from entering other parts of the house- close any doors that lead to adjoining rooms.
Open all doors and windows in the room with the bat that lead to the outside.
Keep these exit routes clear.
Be patient and enjoy observing such an amazing animal.
In most cases, the bat will fly back outside within a few minutes.
If the room does not have a direct exit to outside: use a mesh net or towel to gently catch the bat in flight while also wearing thick work gloves. If the bat has landed you may can place a container over the bat, slide a piece of cardboard along the surface, under the container to gently drop the bat into the container and cover the opening as well.
Take the bat in the container/net outside. Open the container on its side, in the air or against a tree. Let the bat climb or fly out.
Do not leave the container with the bat on the ground, it’s not a safe place for bats and it’s difficult for them to take flight.

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There are a lot of excellent sources on the internet to find information on How to get rid of bats, this is a good place to start, Bats in your Attic

First off, I have to say that if you know what you are doing, you can solve your bat problem permanently. But it is not an easy task, especially if you are not experienced. I trained with an expert for two years, got my Bat Conservation International certification, and even then I required many jobs on my own before I truly got good at bat removal from attics and buildings.

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Another great site with really good information about how to get rid of bats can be found HERE

When you need to know how to get rid of bats, just give us a call. We remove bats and seal up homes from bats using Advanced Bat Control techniques. We remove bats from attic spaces and remove bats from walls. If you have bats in the walls, you are likely going to have a bat guano problem! We provide bat guano removal, clean up and odor removal. Call us if you are concerned about the health hazards associated with having bat guano in your attic.

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Bats are actually beneficial to have around, as they eat thousands of nasty bugs such as mosquitoes. However, if the bats are nesting some place where they don’t belong, such as your attic, this is how you can get rid of them, providing you are in a country where this is permissible by law.

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Did you know that Ebola virus spread up 2,500 miles away from its normal home range? Do you know the main carriers of Ebola virus?
The carriers of Ebola virus were bats. Scientists have found that the Ebola virus infects and replicates inside the bats blood stream and many of these bats can migrate hundreds, even thousands of miles. Since bats do not need passports, they can also get to any country and infect the local population. Bats feed on the insects like spiders, mosquitoes and flies which are found inside many buildings. If the conditions are favorable then bats may form a colony inside the building after certain time frame. If you are sharing your building along with the bats then the dried up excretion of bats may cause lung infections and breathing problems. Bats can cause a great deal of health and environment risks and in the case of an infestation; bat removal should be your top priority. The safety and health of your family depends on that decision.

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Some people worried about the cost of hiring a professional and they try to take care of the matter themselves. The best home remedies can only help to get rid of bats temporarily. You may have sealed out the entry points of the bats into your home but the bats may find out small gaps and cracks, to get in and out of your home. The problem with bats may get even worse if it is the breeding season for bats. You should also remember that bats are known carriers of rabies and they may attack you if they sense your presence as a predator.
A professional bat removal specialist can help you get rid of bats efficiently. Bat removal specialists inspect your home and attic and devise a solution to get rid of bats forever from your home. They execute their plan perfectly without killing the bats. Bat removal specialists must be licensed because in some states like Georgia, bats are protected. Bat removal is a highly specialized task because the professionals need to remove the bats without killing them and without getting bitten by bats. They also need to seal the all places through which bats can get into the building. Removing a bat colony and making the building bat-proof requires time and expertise.

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A licensed bat removal company also uses the proper methods and equipments for bat exclusion. Licensed bat removal company inspects the building and find out whether the bats have established a colony inside your building or not. If the bats are not there are for breading (bachelor pad colony) then the bat removal company installs a custom one-way valve for the bats to move out of the building at dusk. The bat removal company then seals up the exit so that the bat will not be able to enter the building at drawn. Bats are a vital part of our ecosystem and such system should not be tampered with. A licensed wildlife rehabber understands bats behavior. His/her intimate understanding of animals ensures that bats are treated with care.
A bat control specialist inspects your entire home and ensures that all the bats are gone. They then carry out their exclusion plans and seals off the cracks and holes throughout your house to make your home impenetrable to bats. Bats may return back after a week or so if they were not able to find other building to inhabit. The bat control specialist will clean up the guano left behind by the bats. The bat droppings may cause several diseases to the inhabitants. During the cleaning of the guano, the bat control specialists uses special gears to protect themselves from the toxic materials released into the air. The cleaning processes are also carried out using recommended chemicals. This ensures that the harmful bacteria’s are killed without damaging the property. The guano is also disposed carefully. Bat control specialist leaves your home safer and healthier .You can always expect prompt and professional service from bat removal companies. Try the bat removal ST Louis Missouri STL Wildlife Control Company and know the difference. You can call as anytime and get a prompt response.
Let us make your bat removal and remediation easy. Call us now!

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Wildlife Command Center is a full-service wildlife control company serving St. Louis MO and the surrounding area. We specialize in urban and sub-urban wildlife damage management for both residential and commercial customers. We are state licensed by the Missouri Fish & Wildlife Commission. We handle nearly all aspects of wildlife control, and resolve conflicts between people and wildlife in a humane and professional manner. Contact Michael E Beran @ 314-399-8272

Bat removal is a highly specialized task. Missouri is known to have colonizing bats which often live in buildings. Bats love attics. If not removed, the colony can grow to a very large size over the years. The bat droppings are often corrosive and cause health risks. The same goes for bird droppings on or in buildings. We perform St. Louis pigeon removal and bird control. But our specialty is St. Louis bat removal. We remove 100% of the bat colony and seal the building so that it’s totally bat-proof. Wildlife Command Center beran.michael@gmail.com

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Bats are the only mammals that are capable of flight. Bats can be described as small, black or dark brown creatures that have skin flaps that attach to their wrists and stretch out to their ankles. They primarily eat insects, but some species will also eat fruits and vegetables. Usually bats do not bother anyone and are great to have around because they keep harmful bugs like spiders, mosquitoes and flies out of your house. However, if you find bats living where they shouldn’t be living such as in your attic, shed or garage you probably want them out, not only for the disturbing noises they make but for the health risk that they pose to human. I’m sure you don’t want them to scare life out of your little kids. www.wildlifecommandcenter..com
Bats are considered pests because they make a lot of noise and their droppings can create a really big mess. Bats are primarily active during the night, but if they are nesting in your home or near your home you can hear the chirping all the time which is unsettling and drive some people insane. A colony can leave behind an immense amount of droppings which can sometimes carry diseases that can infect people. The droppings also tend to attract cockroaches. Bats will also chew and claw their way into a place where they can nest creating holes in your walls. Some bats have rabies and can pass this to your pet that gets curious and sticks its head into their home.

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Bats in nature pose no serious immediate threat for people, bats living in close proximity can be considered nuisances and dangerous. Attics and soffits are alluring areas for bats to form roosts. The attic is hot, protected, dark, and relatively quiet. Bats in attics are most often female birthing colonies. They can number in the hundreds and can create significant damage due to their caustic waste. Feces, known as guano, can be particularly dangerous and harbors a large potential for disease.
Bats are such a great carrier of diseases and that’s another reason why you need to remove those creeping bats around your home and residence, zoonotic diseases are a big concern due to the widespread coverage of bat populations. Severe diseases humans can catch from bats include rabies, SARS, Henipavirus, and Ebola virus. Many of these diseases do not affect the bat but can prove deadly to a person. Most bat bites are tiny enough not to be felt, so a person who awakens to a dead bat nearby should seek immediate medical attention. Isn’t it interesting to know that bats have been known to carry the dreadful Ebola virus?
Not all wildlife removal companies are the same. Some have experience with bat removal projects, and are familiar with the proper methods for bat exclusion. But others use incorrect techniques, such as bat traps, summer exclusions, or worse, fumigants. St. Louis Wildlife for bat control in St. Louis specializes in removing these creatures for you. We simply save you the resources, time and troubles of dealing with bats. We don’t only remove them but we restrict them from showing up in the future. This is why you need not to think any longer about removing them, Wildlife Command Center for bat control will do the job for you complete and guaranteed.

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Did you know that Ebola virus spread up 2,500 miles away from its normal home range? Do you know the main carriers of Ebola virus?
The carriers of Ebola virus were bats. Scientists have found that the Ebola virus infects and replicates inside the bats blood stream and many of these bats can migrate hundreds, even thousands of miles. Since bats do not need passports, they can also get to any country and infect the local population. Bats feed on the insects like spiders, mosquitoes and flies which are found inside many buildings. If the conditions are favorable then bats may form a colony inside the building after certain time frame. If you are sharing your building along with the bats then the dried up excretion of bats may cause lung infections and breathing problems. Bats can cause a great deal of health and environment risks and in the case of an infestation; bat removal should be your top priority. The safety and health of your family depends on that decision.

Bat exclusion, removal and trapping

Bat Removal Service with Wildlife Command Center bat specialists

Some people worried about the cost of hiring a professional and they try to take care of the matter themselves. The best home remedies can only help to get rid of bats temporarily. You may have sealed out the entry points of the bats into your home but the bats may find out small gaps and cracks, to get in and out of your home. The problem with bats may get even worse if it is the breeding season for bats. You should also remember that bats are known carriers of rabies and they may attack you if they sense your presence as a predator.
A professional bat removal specialist can help you get rid of bats efficiently. Bat removal specialists inspect your home and attic and devise a solution to get rid of bats forever from your home. They execute their plan perfectly without killing the bats. Bat removal specialists must be licensed because in some states like Georgia, bats are protected. Bat removal is a highly specialized task because the professionals need to remove the bats without killing them and without getting bitten by bats. They also need to seal the all places through which bats can get into the building. Removing a bat colony and making the building bat-proof requires time and expertise.

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A licensed bat removal company also uses the proper methods and equipments for bat exclusion. Licensed bat removal company inspects the building and find out whether the bats have established a colony inside your building or not. If the bats are not there are for breading (bachelor pad colony) then the bat removal company installs a custom one-way valve for the bats to move out of the building at dusk. The bat removal company then seals up the exit so that the bat will not be able to enter the building at drawn. Bats are a vital part of our ecosystem and such system should not be tampered with. A licensed wildlife rehabber understands bats behavior. His/her intimate understanding of animals ensures that bats are treated with care.
A bat control specialist inspects your entire home and ensures that all the bats are gone. They then carry out their exclusion plans and seals off the cracks and holes throughout your house to make your home impenetrable to bats. Bats may return back after a week or so if they were not able to find other building to inhabit. The bat control specialist will clean up the guano left behind by the bats. The bat droppings may cause several diseases to the inhabitants. During the cleaning of the guano, the bat control specialists uses special gears to protect themselves from the toxic materials released into the air. The cleaning processes are also carried out using recommended chemicals. This ensures that the harmful bacteria’s are killed without damaging the property. The guano is also disposed carefully. Bat control specialist leaves your home safer and healthier .You can always expect prompt and professional service from bat removal companies. Try the bat removal ST Louis Missouri STL Wildlife Control Company and know the difference. You can call as anytime and get a prompt response.
Let us make your bat removal and remediation easy. Call us now!

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Wildlife Command Center is a full-service wildlife control company serving St. Louis MO and the surrounding area. We specialize in urban and sub-urban wildlife damage management for both residential and commercial customers. We are state licensed by the Missouri Fish & Wildlife Commission. We handle nearly all aspects of wildlife control, and resolve conflicts between people and wildlife in a humane and professional manner.

Bat removal is a highly specialized task. Missouri is known to have colonizing bats which often live in buildings. Bats love attics. If not removed, the colony can grow to a very large size over the years. The bat droppings are often corrosive and cause health risks. The same goes for bird droppings on or in buildings. We perform St. Louis pigeon removal and bird control. But our specialty is St. Louis bat removal. We remove 100% of the bat colony and seal the building so that it’s totally bat-proof.

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Bats are the only mammals that are capable of flight. Bats can be described as small, black or dark brown creatures that have skin flaps that attach to their wrists and stretch out to their ankles. They primarily eat insects, but some species will also eat fruits and vegetables. Usually bats do not bother anyone and are great to have around because they keep harmful bugs like spiders, mosquitoes and flies out of your house. However, if you find bats living where they shouldn’t be living such as in your attic, shed or garage you probably want them out, not only for the disturbing noises they make but for the health risk that they pose to human. I’m sure you don’t want them to scare life out of your little kids.
Bats are considered pests because they make a lot of noise and their droppings can create a really big mess. Bats are primarily active during the night, but if they are nesting in your home or near your home you can hear the chirping all the time which is unsettling and drive some people insane. A colony can leave behind an immense amount of droppings which can sometimes carry diseases that can infect people. The droppings also tend to attract cockroaches. Bats will also chew and claw their way into a place where they can nest creating holes in your walls. Some bats have rabies and can pass this to your pet that gets curious and sticks its head into their home.

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Bats in nature pose no serious immediate threat for people, bats living in close proximity can be considered nuisances and dangerous. Attics and soffits are alluring areas for bats to form roosts. The attic is hot, protected, dark, and relatively quiet. Bats in attics are most often female birthing colonies. They can number in the hundreds and can create significant damage due to their caustic waste. Feces, known as guano, can be particularly dangerous and harbors a large potential for disease.
Bats are such a great carrier of diseases and that’s another reason why you need to remove those creeping bats around your home and residence, zoonotic diseases are a big concern due to the widespread coverage of bat populations. Severe diseases humans can catch from bats include rabies, SARS, Henipavirus, and Ebola virus. Many of these diseases do not affect the bat but can prove deadly to a person. Most bat bites are tiny enough not to be felt, so a person who awakens to a dead bat nearby should seek immediate medical attention. Isn’t it interesting to know that bats have been known to carry the dreadful Ebola virus?

Not all wildlife removal companies are the same. Some have experience with bat removal projects, and are familiar with the proper methods for bat exclusion. But others use incorrect techniques, such as bat traps, summer exclusions, or worse, fumigants. St. Louis Wildlife for bat control in St. Louis specializes in removing these creatures for you. We simply save you the resources, time and troubles of dealing with bats. We don’t only remove them but we restrict them from showing up in the future. This is why you need not to think any longer about removing them, Wildlife Command Center for bat control will do the job for you complete and guaranteed.

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There are quite a few different species of bats in North America; however the ones that are known for colonizing are the species that most often cause problems. It is a general misconception that bats are related to mice or considered flying rodents. They are not. Among many biological differences is the fact their teeth don’t continuously grow unless worn down. Instead bats are more closely related to primates and shrews. People tend to be terrified of them but it’s important to note they are not aggressive and will not choose to attack a person. Even more critical is the important role bats play in the environment and ecosystems.

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It is not unusual for a person to find they have bats in their attic, garage or other outbuildings. Unlike larger nuisance animals like raccoon’s, it can be difficult to know you have a colony of bats until you have many, Wildlife Command Center can find these bats, their entry holes and exits. If you go into the attic often you may see signs of their residency more quickly. This can be in the form of piles of guano (bat waste) building up on the floor. One of the easiest ways to tell if you have bats is hearing their scraping, rustling or squeaking. These noises can come from your walls, attic or chimney. You may also see issues when outside around dusk or dawn. You can hear the slight peeping and see bats swooping around. Often people think this swooping is the bat diving in trying to attack people. In actuality, the bats are diving to snatch up bugs. If you hear this peeping and see bats it’s good to pay attention to where they go. Often you will see them head toward a section of the house and even disappear. This will help you know how they are getting in and you can use this knowledge when it comes time to exclude them. Another way to tell if you have a bat problem in a building is to look for signs of guano on the outside of a home. Often when they enter or exit a home they will leave droppings or urine. You may see staining around areas a bat can use to enter your home. Brown or grey streaks can be left near soffits, the roof and chimneys and are prime indicators of a bat colony. These stains are left by the oil on their skin and/or urine.

Bats are among the most unique and fascinating of all animals. No other mammals can fly. Bats use echolocation to find flying insects at night much like sonar helps ships to locate objects under water. Bats also have good night vision. They are not blind, as myth would have it. While Midwestern bats feed exclusively on insects, consuming many pest species, they prefer to expend the least amount of energy to obtain their food. Thus, these bats typically capture larger insects, such as night-flying moths, and do not live up to their reputation in controlling mosquito. Correctly considered beneficial animals, in certain situations they can pose serious health hazards to humans. Histoplasmois is a disease associated with bat guano. When these droppings accumulate, a fungus (Histoplasma capsulatum) can grow and produce spores that may cause Histolasmosis when inhaled. Where bat droppings accumulate, in an attic for example, care should be taken to avoid contracting this disease. Cleanup generally involves wetting the droppings before removal and wearing personal protective equipment, including a HEPA-equipped respirator or self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA). Removal of large amounts of guano or droppings from structures should be left to experienced professionals familiar with proper removal procedures. For more information on Rabies and Histoplasmosis please visit www.cdc.gov/rabies

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Most homeowners don’t like bats in their house for any reason and don’t want them hanging around no matter how many bugs they are going to eat at night.

 

Occasionally bats can carry rabies and this presents a serious problem for home owners. (www.cdc.gov/rabies). Wildlife Command Center Bat Control Division tells every home owner that rabies is the most important public health hazard associated with bats because it is always fatal if not treated within the incubation period (2 weeks to several months). You could be infected if you have been bitten or handle an infected bat(s). Bats with active rabies can not fly and will be encountered while they flop on the ground, this is why you should never pick up a bat that can not fly.

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