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Bats

Removal

Bat Control Services 

You can remove a bat from your living space any time of the year. A living space is any room in your house that you actively use. If a bat or bat colony is in a non-living space, such as an attic, permanent eviction can only occur from March 15 to May 15 when outdoor temperatures exceed 50° F at dusk, and August 5 through October 30 when outdoor temperatures exceed 50° F at dusk. This guideline is in place to protect pups while they are still unable to fly. If patience is used a bat removal will go by quickly and thoroughly and cause little inconvenience, but if you don't its going to be a pain. If you had physical contact with a bat, the affected area should be washed thoroughly with soap and water. If possible, the bat should be captured and tested for rabies. Your city or county health department, animal control office, or veterinarian can assist you with capturing and submitting the bat to a laboratory for rabies testing. If the bat tests positive for rabies and your contact could have resulted in transmission of the virus, it will be recommended you receive rabies prophylaxis vaccination. If the bat tests negative for rabies, no further action is required. If the bat cannot be captured, the city or county local health department will evaluate the exposure and determine if rabies prophylaxis is recommended. 

Bat eviction process

 

 

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Call or text Nick Risa at 708-218-0535.

Wildlife Control Service Areas in Illinois and Indiana:

Wildlife control and bee removal service areas in Illinois, cook county towns and villages: Orland Park, Orland Hills, Tinley Park, Oak Forest, Flossmoor, Olympia Fields, Homewood, Country Club Hills, Oak Forest, Matteson, Midlothian, Crestwood, Hazel Crest, Lansing, Forest Park, Richton Park, Beverly Chicago, South Holland, Alsip, Chicago Heights, Glenwood, Crete, and Blue Island. Wildlife Control Trapper in Will County, Illinois: Frankfort, Mokena, Frankfort Square, New Lenox, Homer Glen, Manteno, Manhattan, Peotone, Monee, Green Garden, University Park, Lockport, Lemont, Shorewood, and Joliet. Animal Control and Honey Bee Services area in Lake County, Indiana: Lowell, Cedar Lake, St. John, Dyer, Munster, Crown Point, Griffith, Hanover, Valparaiso, Winfield, and Schererville, IN. Bee Keeper in Indiana removing honey bees. Trapping & Removal of or near me: Raccoon, skunk, squirrel, muskrat, beaver, Groundhog, Opossum, Fox, Coyote, Rabbit, Mole, Vole, Mice, Rats, and Chipmunk.      

 

            

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