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Updated: Oct. 14, 2023, 9:52 p.m. By Rafiki Pest Control LTD.®

Did you know that in the world, there are more than 1,200 species of bats? While some of them are known to feed on insects and fruits, vampire bats feed solely on blood to stay alive. In fact, they cannot survive for more than two nights without blood. 

Bats can make their habitat in any part of the world. They are creatures of the night and will make a daytime habitat by clinging to your house walls, ceilings, and different buildings within your compound. They may not see very clearly with their eyes, but they have an echolocation system that helps them navigate in total darkness, detect prey or food, and capture it using their wings. 

Facts You Ought to Know About Bats

  • You can also forget mangoes, bananas, and avocados if you wish bats don't exist. Very many types of fruits depend on bats for pollination. Thus, killing bats is very inhumane. A pest control expert should help you control them instead
  • They are the only flying mammals. Bats have wings that look like a modified human hand. The skin membrane between their fingers has been extended and is very flexible. 
  • Guano (bat droppings) have high potassium nitrate and phosphorous, commonly used in fertilizer making. It can also help in making gunpowder and explosives. 
  • Unlike what many people think, bats are not blind; Some bat species even have better eyesight than human beings. Some may, however, not see very clearly, and that is why they use echolocation. 
  • A lot of bats will open their mouth when calling out their ultrasound echolocation signals. However, others shout through their nostrils. 
  • Some female bats can control when to get pregnant and give birth by storing a male's sperm in their body and delaying fertilization. They can also slow embryo development in their wombs. 
  • According to scientists, bats came into existence almost 100 million years ago.

Dangers Posed by Bats

  • When handled, bats may bite. The saliva of a bat may carry a rabies virus that is transmittable to you. Ensure to capture that bat for a rabies test in cases of a bite.  
  • You may be at risk of contracting rabies if your open wound or scratches come into contact with bat brain tissue or saliva (non-bite) 
  • They can cause severe respiratory health problems for human beings and pets. This results from inhaling histoplasmosis spores that grow from their droppings.
  • Bats can also spread parasites as well as lice and mites. 
  • It is very likely for bat invasion to go unnoticed for an extended period. Therefore, the number of bats may increase in large amounts over time.
  • Getting rid of bats from your home is not a simple DIY process. It is a task meant for vetted and licensed staff.
  • Bats will never go away on their own.  

How You Can Detect the Presence of Bats in Your Premises

There are several ways that you can detect the presence of bats at your place.

  • Watch out for bats leaving their roosts at dusk to go in search of food. You may notice them existing through roof sidings, eaves, or vents. 
  • Listen carefully to hear noise from their colonies. They produce ultrasonic sound waves. Bat chatting and movement can be detected at various times as they move to and from their roosts. 
  • Look for dark brown stains and bat droppings near roosts. You will notice stains near bat shelters in buildings, beneath entrance holes or roof spaces. When you crash the droppings, you will see shiny undigested insects.

How Do We Get Rid of Bats?

Bats are a nuisance pest that can damage your home and will never go away on their own. Having a bat invasion does not just come with noise problems, no, bats will damage your structure, and their dropping will slowly corrode building materials and wood. In the case of bat invasion, call pest control specialists to help get rid of them. 

Our vetted and licensed specialists will visit your home upon request. They will embark upon a drastic and keen inspection designed to rapidly pinpoint what attracts bats to your property in the first place. This inspection will help them know where to look for the bats, and precise treatment will be applied to get rid of them. They will use the right measures to keep them from coming back. We ensure proper reporting and close follow-ups to ascertain your safety. 

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