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Bat Removal Service

Many wild animals in our area have learned to adapt, move into our homes. Some bats have found that attics make great places to live and if you have scratching noises, it is the moment to contact professionals. They can cause serious contamination in an attic with their droppings and parasites. We specialize in solving Atlanta’s wildlife problems.

What not to do if you have bats:

  • Attempt to capture, injure or kill them
  • Damage or destroy their breeding or resting place
  • Obstruct access to their resting or sheltering places
  • Intentionally or recklessly disturb a bat while it’s in a structure or place of shelter or protection

Any of these can harm them and cause you legal problems. If you are not sure about the activities that can harm bats and have a bat problem, please contact us for a free inspection at: (678) 341-4945.

What about bat repellents or high-pitch noisemakers?

Some people may think bat removal is a simple task, truth is, there is no effective bat repellent in the market that we as experts can recommend. Some pest control company may uses bat poison, and can create bigger risks for you and your family. Call us and we will share our experience in the field, we can get rid of bats in a building or your home. Ultrasonic sound emitters, known as high-pitch noisemakers do not work either, there is no quick or easy fix when it comes to bat control.

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Areas that we serve

Forsyth Wildlife offers wildlife and animal removal services for both residential and commercial properties in Atlanta, GA and nearby cities:

Bats in Georgia

There are 16 different kinds of bats found in the state of Georgia. Some of these bats will not leave caves and or the wild, but a few species will roost inside buildings and structures. Rivers, streams, and trails are perfect places for an abundance of bats. Bats will swoop down close to mammals to feed on the insects that swarm around them. They will roost around humans to be close to water and food.

Signs of Bat Infestation:

If you see bats enter or leave your attic vents, you may have a bat at home. They move at or just after dusk.
If you hear scratching or squeaking sounds, especially at night.
Sound coming from your walls or attic.
Do you see droppings around your attic vents?

Have you noticed these signs? Maybe in your home or business? It is time to call professionals so call us and we recommend you not to attempt to evict the bats on your own.
When you are ready to evict these bats in a human way, call us.


Little Brown Bat

• They can even be the size of a typical grain of uncooked rice, and you can find bigger ones too.
• These adult bats can be 2.5 to 4 inches long. This is, from nose to tail, about the size of an adult’s thumb.
• Their wing membranes are dark brown.
• Fur is dark brown and glossy on the back. Underneath, they are slightly paler and grayish.

Big Brown Bat

• They are larger in size about 4 to 5 inches in body length.
• Their fur has a silky look, and is typically chocolate brown in color.
• Their wing membranes, ears, feet and face are dark brown to blackish.

House Bats

The little brown bat and the big brown bat are often referred to as “house bats”. They can typically be found in buildings or even in your house in certain times of the year.These are the two most commonly found bats inhabiting human environments.Both species of bats feed primarily over wetlands and other bodies of still water where insects are abundant. Due to the favorable and moist climate conditions of Georgia, bats roost in buildings and structures. Sometimes, big brown bats can be found hibernating in attics or basements in the winter season. And when you find both species at the same time, you can recognize them based on their size. Here are some characteristics so you can see the difference.

Bats Removal Service in Atlanta

Bats Removal Service in Atlanta