Atlanta Bat Control & Removal
|About Bats: The most common colonizing bat species in Georgia
are the Little Brown Myotis or the Free-Tail Bat. These bats have a habit of living inside the attics of homes, and can form very large groups of maternal
colonies. Bats are good animals, and they eat a lot of insects, but when they roost inside buildings, they can leave a huge mess with their bat poop (guano), which can cause lung diseases in humans. We
are experts at humane bat control, and never harm a single one of these winged wonders.
Bats are a common nuisance animal in southeast Georgia. In Atlanta and Fulton County, bat have become a particularly common problem, as they have invaded many
homes in the area. If you need a professional solution for your Atlanta bat problem, give us at A Wildlife Pro a call.
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We cover a wide service range and remove wildlife in all of the greater Atlanta, GA metropolitan area, including the towns of Marietta, Sandy Springs, Roswell, Alpharetta,
Suwanee, Duluth, Decatur Norcross, Auburn, Winder, Lawrenceville, Tucker, Mountain Park, Stone Mountain, Panthersville, East Point, Mableton, Smyrna, and more. We service
Fulton County, Gwinnett County, DeKalb County, Colb County, and Cherokee County.
doubt about our service range or any of the types of services we offer, just give us a call, and we will let you know if we service your area and/or your wildlife
problem. We look forward to hearing from you!
Atlanta Bat Control Emails:
Hi, David, I found you on the internet via an internet search. So I have bats in my attic. First, let me try and give you a brief backstory - then I have a question for you (and it's not about having you remove them as I live in Atlanta GA.
I have already been in contact with a local wildlife removal service here). I had been hearing rustling and scratching noises behind a wall in an upstairs bathroom for several weeks. The other night I finally determined officially that the culprit
were bats as I watched about 25 bats exit from a recessed hole up on my roof. I made some calls to several companies and each one told me the same thing - that they cannot remove the bats until mid to late August because of the bat pups. So my
question for you is: How safe is my family living in our house until the end of August? I've read about the dangers of bat guano (that when dried, it can be toxic and release fungal spores causing a respiratory disorder) and the possibility of
rabies from a bat bite or scratch. I can only imagine that there already is a TON of guano now up in my attic and even a ton more 3 weeks from now. Does this mean that I could have these spores right now floating in my house somewhere?? My wife
and I are just a little freaked out about this. I am looking to you for any reassurances you can give us with regards to our health and safety.
I was pleased to find your web site with pictures you see a few weeks ago a discovered these little brown bats on my bus a school bus that is I will not mention the distract for job reasons I discovered them under the seats first thinking that it was just one seat as I flipped all the seats I discovered around 9 seats that had this little brown bat
hiding underneath so I captured one showing it to my supervisor they assured me it was only a tree little brown bat however I could not get away from its
batty size, so tonight I began to explore for my own self so glad I did for the little brown bat is a match to the one on your web site tomorrow I will take this info in they will be doing something about this before a student gets bit, also I have found baby little brown bats on some windows will the survive with out the adult little brown bat
Can you tell me if you or any other person local to Atlanta GA or Fulton County would be available to give lectures on the bats and other wildlife native to my area. I work for one of the top 50 Pest Control Companies in the US located here in Marietta GA we'd like to have a guest speaker at
our next company function to talk about the wildlife species we do not handle. Such as raccoons, skunks, bats, snakes, squirrels. I was hoping someone could come any talk about those native to our areas, their biology, and why they invade homes, and possibly bring some live animals. Can you help. I've tried local conservationists, it seems what I'm looking for is an extinct possibility. I just remember a Jack Hanna wanna be from my old school days.
Any help you have in pointing me in the right direction would be great. Sincerely,