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From private property to high-profile industrial sites. We do what no other company will, solve your problem.
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We have found that reputation, loyal customers, and volume outpaces the industry-standard model of pushing recurring, ineffective services. Plus, it's ethical.
Why Are Bats In My Attic?
Some Bat Facts
- bats are the only mammal that truly flies
- BC has the greatest diversity of bats in Canada
- bats use a lot of energy to fly, beating their wings up to 1000 times per minute
- bats rarely carry rabies and will eventually become sick and die once contracted - the window for cross-contamination is relatively small
- bats are not rodents
- bats are protected under the BC Wildlife Act
- an estimated 6 million bats have died since the introduction of fungus causing "White Nose Syndrom"
- half of BC's bat species are listed as vulnerable or threatened
What Can Bats Do For Me?
Bats are an essential component of healthy ecosystems and provide important control of agricultural and forest insect pests as well as flying insect populations. Over half of the 16 bat species in British Columbia are considered to be “at risk” due to habitat loss and degradation, intentional extermination, wind turbines, pollution, climate change, and White‐nose syndrome (WNS), a devastating disease that is decimating bat populations in the eastern parts of North America.
A bat house is a great way to enhance habitat for bats in your backyard. Many people want bats because they want to promote backyard biodiversity or help control insects (particularly mosquitoes). Some people install bat houses in coordination with evicting bats from a building so that the bats will have an alternative roost site and the eviction will be more successful. Although bat houses do not provide the same opportunities as natural roost structures for bats, they are still an excellent option for increasing summer roosting habitat where these features are limited or where bats are already in a human‐made roost.
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