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Surprising Facts About Bats - AAA Pest & Wildlife

Bats are mysterious creatures. If youíve ever seen one, it was probably either in a glass box at the zoo, or as a flash of black across a summer sky. Bats are nocturnal, meaning theyíre active at night when weíre sleeping. So unlike deer or birds that are awake during the day like us, bats are harder to get a good look at, and who isnít a little scared of the things they canít see?

Because of their nighttime habits, bats get a pretty bad rap. But bats are actually pretty cool creatures once you get to know them, and AAA Pest and Wildlife wants to tell you why.

AAA Pest and Wildlife provides humane animal removal services in Montgomery County for bird and bat exclusion, squirrel control, raccoon removal, groundhog control and much more! If you find a bat cozying up in your home, the experts at AAA Pest and Wildlife will be sure to help.

The Bat Removal Experts in Montgomery County

Here are 7 bat facts from the Montgomery County bat removal team who knows them best:

  1. Bats can live for more than 30 years; thatís about three times as long as your dog!
  2. Donít challenge a bat to a raceÖthey can fly at speeds of up to 60 miles per hour!
  3. Hate mosquitoes? Then bats should be your best friends! Many species eat insects and can eat up to 1200 mosquitoes an hour. This helps level the bug populations.
  4. Other bats eat fruit or nectar, and a few live off the blood of animals. But donít worry! None of the blood-sucking species live in the United States.
  5. Over half of the bat species in the U.S are endangered. Thatís why if you see one in your home itís important to call your trusty Montgomery County bat removal team to safely remove it!
  6. Bats usually have only one pup a year, and each one is unique. A mama bat can find her babies amongst thousands of other bats by their distinct sounds and scents!
  7. Bats can get rabies, but a sick bat wonít seek out humans to attack them. Instead, they usually look for a secluded spot to die quietly.

Contact this Montgomery County Wildlife Removal Team Today!

If you come home to find a bat clinging to your living room wall, donít hesitate to call your go-to Montgomery County bat removal crew. Weíll get the animal out of your home and back into its natural habitat. You can call us at (215) 796-5177 or fill out one of our contact forms for a quote!

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