Atlanta GA Pest Animal Extermination 678-792-8053 Bat Removal-Bat Control

What i s bat extermination? Should bats be exterminated? The answer is quite simple bat extermination is the act of destroying or killing bats and the bat colony and NO this should never be done by you or a company you choose to hire!

Bats are extremely import to our ecosystem. They help maintain the balance of insects and in some cases help with fertilization of fruit plants.

These amazing creatures should be protected and in fact are protected by the federal government.

If you believe you have a bat issue or a bat problem in your home, church or business it is best to have a professional bat removal expert inspect the property and give you a solution to the bat issue at hand.

Pest extermination companies deal mainly with insects and rodents and my not be the best case to solve your bat control issues.

Never allow a colony of bats to be killed or exterminated! By doing so could cause irreversible damage to the ecosystem. Bats only have one live baby bat a year and by killing or exterminating them could take years to replace a lost colony of bats.

Other extermination practices are known to be used.

  • Rat Extermination
  • Snake Extermination
  • Squirrel Extermination
  • Raccoon Extermination
  • Skunk Extermination
  • Opossum Extermination
  • Beaver Extermination
  • Rodent Extermination
  • Coyote Extermination
  • Ground hog Extermination
  • Armadillo Extermination

Bats can be found in the attic, in the house, in out buildings, in the roof, in the siding of buildings, in the barn, and in eaves in Acworth, Alpharetta, Atlanta, Auburn, Austell, Avondale Estates, Blairsville, Bowdon, Braselton, Bremen, Buford, Canton, Carrollton, Cartersville, Cedartown, Chamblee, Clarkston, College Park, Conyers, Covington, Cumming, Dacula, Dallas, Decatur, Doraville, Douglasville, Duluth, Dunwoody, East Point, Ellenwood, Ellijay, Fairburn, Fayette, Fayetteville, Flowery Branch, Forest Park, Glen Haven, Grayson, Greensboro, Hampton, Hapeville, Hiram, Jasper, Johns Creek, Jonesboro, Kennesaw, Lake Lanier Islands,Lawrenceville, Lilburn, Lithia Springs, Lithonia, Locust Grove, Loganville, Mableton, Marble Hill, Marblehill, Marietta, McDonough, Milton, Monticello, Morrow, Newnan, Newtown, Norcross, Peachtree City, Powder Springs, Riverdale, Rockmart, Roswell, Sandy Springs, Scottdale, Senoia. Smyrna, Snellville, Stockbridge, Stone Mountain, Sunny Side, Suwanee, Tallapoosa, Tucker, Tyrone, Union City, Villa Rica, Vinings, Westoak, Woodstock .


Raccoons are round, fuzzy creatures with bushy tails and a black mask of fur that covers their eye area. These animals may look like cute, cuddly bandits, but they can be quite fearsome when approached.聽
Raccoons are about as big as small dogs. They grow to about 23 to 37 inches (60 to 95 centimeters) and weigh 4 to 23 lbs. (1.8 to 10.4 kilograms), according to聽National Geographic.
Raccoons are found in North and Central America, Europe and Japan. They are very adaptable, so they live in a wide range of climates and habitats. They typically make homes, called dens, in trees or caves, though they will also make homes in barns, abandoned vehicles and other man-made locations, according to聽New Hampshire Public Television.
Though raccoons are more than happy to make human areas their homes, they can be vicious when approached by humans. Humans should be particuarlly cautious of approaching raccoons because they are common carriers of rabies, roundworms and leptospirosis, according to聽The Human Society. Most experts do not recommend having a raccoon as a pet.聽
Raccoons are not very social creatures. They are nocturnal and sleep during the day. During the winter, they tend to sleep more, but they do not hibernate in the traditional sense. They simply sleep while their bodies live off stored fat. They lose around 50 percent of their body weight during the winter, according to the University of Michigan’s聽Animal Diversity Web(ADW).聽
Though these animals look like the outlaws of the outdoors, raccoons are very clean creatures. They are known to wash their food in streams and even dig latrines in areas they frequent regularly.聽
As omnivores, raccoons eat vegetation and meat. The vegetation in their diet consists of cherries, apples, acorns, persimmons, berries, peaches, citrus fruits, plums, wild grapes, figs, watermelons, beech nuts, corn and walnuts. When it comes to meat, raccoons consume more invertebrates than vertebrates, according to the ADW. Some of the raccoon鈥檚 favorite animal treats are frogs, fish, crayfish, insects, rodents and bird eggs. When food is scarce, raccoons aren鈥檛 above scavenging human trash or eating roadkill.聽

Baby raccoons are called kits or cubs and are usually born in the early summer. Females have one to seven offspring after a gestation period of 60 to 73 days. As a group, a mother and her baby raccoons are called a nursery.
For the first two months of their lives, babies live in their den and are weened at 7 to 16 weeks. At 12 weeks, they will start to roam away from their mothers for whole nights at a time, according to the聽Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. They become completely independent at 8 to 12 months of age. Raccoons live around 2 to 3 years in the wild.
Here is the taxonomy of the raccoon, according to Integrated Taxonomic Information System聽(ITIS).
Kingdom: Animalia
Subkingdom: Bilateria 聽 聽 聽
Infrakingdom: Deuterostomia 聽 聽 聽
Phylum: Chordata
Subphylum: Vertebrata
Infraphylum: Gnathostomata 聽 聽 聽
Superclass: Tetrapoda 聽 聽 聽
Class: Mammalia聽
Subclass: Theria聽
Infraclass: Eutheria聽
Order: Carnivora
Suborder: Caniformia聽
Family: Procyonidae聽
Species:聽Procyon聽cancrivorous聽(crab-eating raccoon), with four subspecies;聽Procyon lotor聽(common raccoon), with 22 subspecies; and聽Procyon pygmaeus聽(Cozumel raccoon or pygmy raccoon).
Conservation status
According to the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), the pygmy raccoon is critically endangered. The pygmy raccoon may have fewer than 250 mature individuals left in the wild, and the IUCN estimates that the total population size, including juveniles, is only 323 to 955. Other raccoon populations are not currently endangered.聽
Other facts
Raccoons can run up to 15 mph (24 km/h) and can fall 35 to 40 feet (11 to 12 meters) without injury, according to the ADW.聽
Raccoons are considered one of the primary carriers of the rabies virus in the United States, though only one person has ever died from a raccoon to human transmission of the disease, according to the聽Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.聽
One theory is that the聽black mask around a raccoon鈥檚 eyes聽helps deflect glare and helps with night vision, according to PBS Nature.



Squirrel Issues? Squirrel Problems? CAll 602-316-9029 Phoenix, AZ Removal of squirrels in the attic

The Douglas Squirrel (Tamiasciurus douglasii) ...
The Douglas Squirrel (Tamiasciurus douglasii) is an example of wildlife. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Do you have a squirrel issue? Do you have squirrels in the attic making scratching noises in the attic that keep you up at night? Do you have a squirrel infestation in the wall? As Wildlife trapping and animal control specialists getting rid of squirrels are one our most called upon issue everyday.

Squirrel control in Phoenix Arizona can typically be handled by wildlife removal pro’s. A squirrel in the attic can and will chew on just about anything. A squirrel will chew on electrical wiring in the attic and walls. Squirrels are part of the rodent family and will defecate without any control and will urinated as well. When a rodent is in your pantry they will pee and poop on everything and if you ingest or swallow this contamination you could become sick.

Squirrels in the attic will make the attic their new squirrel home and have squirrel babies that will grow up and make an insane amount of noise in the attic, not to mention chew on everything. Grey squirrel and flying squirrels are the usual culprit for home invasions. A red squirrel will not be an issue most of the time.

Flying squirrels are popular call for wildlife companies across the nation. Flying squirrels do not actually fly. Flying squirrels have loose skin they use like wings to jump and glide long distances. They are smaller then the common grey squirrel though they can do as much damage in the attic space as the grey squirrel.

If you think you have an issue with squirrels in your home, business or church we recommend The Wildlife Professionals.

Squirrel facts:

Like other rodents, squirrels have four front teeth that never stop growing so they don’t wear down from the constant gnawing. Tree squirrels are the types most commonly recognized, often seen gracefully scampering and leaping from branch to branch. Other species are ground squirrels that live in burrow or tunnel systems, where some hibernate during the winter season.

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