Natural habitats of Las Vegas bats: Bats are nocturnal as they are active at night. They enjoy roosting in
warm areas. They usually live in open areas and woods but they can also seek shelter in homes. Different areas of
home like chimneys and attic are considered safer place for bats to live and give birth to their young ones. They
live in colonies and the colonies are composed of female Nevada bats entirely therefore it is called maternity colony.
How bats enter your house?
Bats need safe and warm place to live so they don't mind to seek shelter in your house. But it is important to know how Nevada bat enter your home, what species they are and what sort of damage can they cause? Mostly they roost in attics; they generally crawl down walls and wedge into the gaps behind the wood beams, fascia boards, etc. Bats do not need big space to get in to the house some most known species of bats need an inch or even 3/8 of an inch gap to enter the home. They find such minute spaces in sidings, near paneling, under roof shingles, by soffits and near attic fans. So these points should be sealed if you wish Las Vegas bats remain out of your house.
Ways to oust the bats from attic: Though Las Vegas bats have a small family yet it is compulsory to make them oust from the attic of your house as they are a big source of rabies. The very first you have to make is to seal all the entry points. You can easily check the frequent entry point of this nocturnal animal as their fur has oil or grease that they leave behind while passing through a narrow point. Some people used to trap them and then release them in open air. But Nevada bats may come to their old habitat.
Role of repellents in removing bats from attic: There are various repellents like sprays and pellets available in the market that people used to purchase to remove Nevada bats from their attic. Some people are suggested moth ball and even peppermint spray, ammonia and oil as well for the same purpose. But all these repellents are not proved good as they are not lasting and strong enough to do the job. Lights, sounds and sound emitting gadgets and many other electrical devices has been introduced to get rid of Las Vegas bats but all proved just wastage of money and nothing else.
Visit our Las Vegas wildlife removal home page to learn more about us.