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   Many bats are endangered or threatened, so both federal and state legislation gives them protection. It is illegal to intentionally kill, injure or take any bat or to recklessly damage, destroy or block up their roosts or disturb them. Because bats tend to return to the same roosts each year, it is important to handle a bat job correctly. To deal these beneficial federally protected mammals properly call Complete Wildlife Solutions today and have peace of mind that the job was handled correctly within the guidelines of the law.

   While Florida’s 13 native bat species typically roost in trees, caves or other natural spaces, they may also be attracted to man-made structures. Fall is the best time to exclude bats from your home or other structures because maternity season, which occurs from April 15 to August 15, has ended. During maternity season, it is illegal to install exclusion devices, which allow bats to exit, but block them from returning to their roosts. During the Fall, no young are present, making it the ideal time to evict any bats that may be occupying a structure on your property and to bat-proof your home. In order to legally exclude bats, any exclusion device must be left up for a minimum of four nights and must be conducted when the overnight temperature is forecast to be at least 50ºF.


Bats are a known carrier of rabies.  Caution should be exercised when any species of bat is encountered.


Bat droppings crumble into a fine powder when crushed. This is because they are made up of fragments of insects. Anytime you walk in an attic with bat guano you are in danger of inhaling small particles of bat guano, that often carries disease. We only enter a bat infested area wearing tyvec suites and respirators.

   Bat guano has a very strong unusual odor that when you smell it, you will never forget it!  The guano and urine will eventually soften drywall, causing it to sag, bubble, and possibly fall down spewing guano and soiled insulation in your home. Bat guano and bat urine carry several serious diseases one being histoplasmosis. It is a serious disease that is contracted by inhaling spores of fungus which is found in bat droppings. They also carry rabies, Hendra and Marburg viruses, and research has also suggested that bats may be the original hosts of Ebola and Nipah. Bats also carry bat bugs. They are similar to bed bugs. If you are dealing with these stinky freeloaders, call the experts at Complete Wildlife Solutions for a FREE whole house inspection and complete relief from these Federally protected creatures. 386-204-2164

There are more than 1,400 bat species in the world, so we can’t talk about all of them here! Bats can be as large as a small dog or as small as a bee. The largest bats are the flying foxes with wingspans of up to 5 feet and a body weights of up to 5 lbs. At the other end of the scale is the bumblebee bat, weighing only 2 grams – the world’s smallest mammal! Did you know that bats are more closely related to humans than they are to mice? Many bats eat only insects, but others dine on frogs, fruit, other bats, nectar from flowers, blood, pollen and fish. Some bats use echolocation to navigate and hunt, while others rely on smell and vision to find food. Things we get from bat-adapted plants include dates, vanilla, bananas, breadfruit, guavas, Iroko timber, balsa wood, sisal, Tequila and chewing gum! NO BATS = NO TEQUILA!

Bats are amazing creatures!

Dangers to you and your family


Do not try to clean bat guano yourself. This is a highly dangerious job that needs a professional touch.

Contact us for a FREE and professional whole home assessment 386-386-3863

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