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Bat’s Information Sheet

Armadillo's Information Sheet
Armadillo's Information Sheet

Bat’s Information Sheet

Armadillo's Information Sheet
Armadillo's Information Sheet

Bat’s Information Sheet – Problems with Bats

The main complaints we get are:
Bats are chirping in the attic
They are living in the fireplace
I have found Bat Feces or guano in the attic
 

Bat’s Information Sheet – About Bats

The brown bat is the most common bat in Tennessee. Bats are seen flying around at night catching insects. Bats navigate by radar and emit sounds (squeaks) that bounce off objects and return back to them. This enables bats to fly at night with out injury. Bats normally roost where it is dark and dry. Bats like to hang out in warehouses, chimneys and attics. Bats carry rabies and should be avoided at all cost.
 

Bat’s Information Sheet – How to get rid of Bats

A-1 Wildlife Service can put together a Bat program to exclude the Bats from your home
 

Armadillo's Information Sheet

Problems with Bats

The main complaints we get are:
Bats are chirping in the attic
They are living in the fireplace
I have found Bat Feces or guano in the attic

About Bats

The brown bat is the most common bat in Tennessee. Bats are seen flying around at night catching insects. Bats navigate by radar and emit sounds (squeaks) that bounce off objects and return back to them. This enables bats to fly at night with out injury. Bats normally roost where it is dark and dry. Bats like to hang out in warehouses, chimneys and attics. Bats carry rabies and should be avoided at all cost
 

How to get rid of Bats

A-1 Wildlife Service can put together a bat program to exclude the bats from your home.

Armadillo's Information Sheet

 

General Information

Breeding Time Frame:

April to May

Gestation/Incubation:

60 days

Birthing Time Frame:

March/May

Litter Size:

average 2

Weaning Time Frame:

3 weeks

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