|Bat Removal Solutions is an professional Bat Removal company located in Ann Arbor, Michigan and services the Michigan Metro area for problems relating to the removal of bats and bat colonies.
We are experts in Bat Removal and Control in Ann Arbor. Our list of services includes Wildlife Management, Animal Removal, Animal Control and Cleaning and Repairs for Residential, Industrial and Commercial Properties relating to any wildlife in the Ann Arbor, Michigan metro area. We also are the experts in guano cleanup. We have a state of the art Vacuum system that lets us remove bat guano in a safe and speedy manner. Don't let the bats of Ann Arbor take over your home, Give us a call today!!
We specialize in Wildlife Removal and Management including bat control, removal, and exclusion; as well as Bird Removal, Squirrel Removal, Raccoon Removal, Skunk Removal and Snake Removal. We remove household pests in a humane manor and will clean up the mess they may have left behind and repair any damage these pests have caused to your home.
Bat Removal Solutions is a full-service animal control company that will assist you with problems caused by Bats, Squirrels, Raccoons, Snakes, Birds, Fox, Skunks, Deer, Geese, Groundhogs, Opossums, Rabbits, Chipmunks and more. We love a challenge so give us a call. Our experience in the greater Ann Arbor, Michigan area includes Alexandria wildlife management, skunk Removal, raccoon control, snake Removal, animal control, Ann Arbor pest control, Ann Arbor animal trapping, Ann Arbor snake Removal, bat Removal, critter Removal, animal control, Ann Arbor Guano clean up, Ann Arbor Bat colony displacement and Ann Arbor Bat Removal.
Most of our work is guaranteed for up to 1 year against re-entry. We also provide dead bat Removal, Bat Control, Bat Cleanup and other services that make us the most complete Bat Removal companies in the Ann Arbor metro area. We are one of only a few companies that have a Nuisance Wildlife Removal Permit from the State of Virginia and we are FULLY INSURED.
Some interesting Biology about Bats in Ann Arbor:
Arguably the most BENEFICIAL mammals in the world, bats come in serveral varieties. The two very common bats in Virginia are the Big Brown Bat and the Little Brown Bat. The Little Brown Bat is the most common we find colonized in homes around the area. Bats are colonized animals which menas they live in large numbers. We have found bat colonies in the Ann Arbor area where numbers range from 20 to 800, and we even have some reports of bat colonies with higher numbers. Since bats are so environmentally beneficial, state and local law protects the bat species from the use of any kind of killing removal tactics. Therefore this animal has to be handled very carefully. Exclusion is the only way to deal with a bat colony problem. If you suspect you have bats, call us right away.
In Ann Arbor the little brown bat is a small mammal with a body length of 3" to 3 1/2" and weighs approximately 1/8 to 1/2 an ounce. The wingspan of little brown bats range from 6 to 8" and they can live 20 to 30 years. Bats are the only mammals that engage in active flight. As their name suggests, they are glossy brown above with a light buff color below.
The Little Brown Bat is found from Labrador west to central Alaska and south to the Appalachians in Michigan and Arkansas, located in most states except Michigan, Virginia and southern California and Found abundantly throughout New Hampshire. Here in Ann Arbor the brown bat is most commonly found in residential attic areas.
Little brown bats are insectivorous, eating a variety of insects including some agricultural pests. They can eat 50% of their own body weight each Ann Arbor evening. During gestation and lactation, they will eat even more. These nocturnal mammals use echolocation to navigate and locate prey.
Sexual maturity is reached in 6 to 9 months for females and a year for males. A bat's breeding period is from September to October, but the female stores the sperm for fertilization in the spring. The young are born from mid-June to early July. In Ann Arbor, the little brown bats generally have one offspring per year and occasionally two. The young become self-supporting within one month.
Little brown bats feed primarily over wetlands and other still water where insects are abundant. They use our Virginia Rivers, streams, and trails as travel corridors to navigate across the landscape. Bats will occasionally swoop down close to mammals to indulge on the insects that often swarm around them.
Little brown bats seek cavities for shelter, roosting and brooding. In summer, females brood their young in dark, warm sites such as attics, caves, barns, hollow tree cavities and other protected areas. Little brown bat roost sites are highly variable and not well known.
Bat Removal Solutions servivces any town within Washtenaw County, including Ann Arbor, Barton Hills, Chelsea, Dexter, Manchester, Milan, Saline, and Ypsilanti.
Don't let Bats of Ann Arbor take over your home or business, give us a call today ~ (248) 648-3562