Barnes Wildlife Control
Phone: 937-340-1867
Fax: 877-771-3432
Email: bwcohio@gmail.com

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Dayton, Ohio Address:
Barnes Wildlife Control - South
2651 Grange Hall Rd
Beavercreek, OH 45431

Troy, Ohio Address:
Barnes Wildlife Control - North
1800 N Sayers Rd
Troy. OH 45373

BARNES WILDLIFE CONTROL
Greater Dayton Ohio Animal Removal

Locally Owned And Operated

Bat Page

Serving All of Southwestern Ohio

Now Offering Insect Control!

Call Now: 937- 340 -1867

Loved By Yelp!

BARNES WILDLIFE CONTROL
Greater Dayton Ohio Animal Removal

Locally Owned And Operated

Bat Page

Serving All of Southwestern Ohio

Now Offering Insect Control!

Call Now: 937- 340 -1867

Loved By Yelp!

barnes wildlife control: Your Trusted Dayton Bat Removal & Control Company

Little Brown Bat Trapped and Removed from Oakwood

Little Brown Bat Trapped and Removed from Oakwood

Barnes Wildlife Control of Ohio has full-line bat exclusion for your home. We offer guaranteed Bat Removal so you can maintain a bat free home. We specialize in a number of services including bat exclusion, attic inspections and restoration, bat guano dropping removal, new insulation services, sanitization and deodorization, plus much more to rid your home of bats.

 

We We Local, certified, licensed, and insured!

 

We have a professional and fully-equipped team with extensive experience of completely eliminating bats in your home. Whether you need one-way bat exclusion doors or reinforcing on your vents, Barnes Wildlife Control will carefully assess your home and perform inspection to establish an effective plan for bat removal.

 

 

Reasons to Evict A Bat Colony & How to Get Rid of Bats Near Dayton Ohio

Big Brown Bat Pest Control Relocated Bat to Troy, Ohio

Barnes Wildlife Control Bat Removal - Big Brown Relocated to Troy, Ohio

Bats are a vital part of our local ecosystem, however, there are good reasons why you shouldn't live with bats in the attic or home. The biggest concern is risk of disease transmission passed from the bats to people or pets in the home. These are called Zoonotic diseases.

Bats are vectors for rabies and can be transmitted when an infected bat bites or transmits saliva to the host. Young children and pets are the most susceptible and if an encounter occurs and marks are left on their skin, seek medical attention and try to trap the bat for testing.

Bat droppings that accumulate in the right environment can grow a dangerous fungus called Histoplasmosis, which if inhaled can be a hazardous respiratory disease and effect your eyes. If proper safety PPE isn't used when cleaning the bat fecal matter, you may be exposed to the Histo fungal spores.

 

 

Signs you may have Bat colonies in my home include:

Noises and squealing in walls, most active at dusk - Foul pungent odor in attic or basement, black specks or stains on outside of house, black pile of poop found attic, bats flying around or exiting home near dark.

Bat flying around in my home, who do I call?

Bat Safely Removed & Relocated

Bat Safely Removed & Relocated

Find a local bat care specialist or bat rescuer in the Dayton Ohio area (We are the only Bat Rescuer listed on Bat World.org for SW Ohio). Be sure whoever you find cares for the welfare of the bat species and only uses humane methods of control and removal.

If you have seen bats in the home, try to contain the bat in a closed room or space and call Barnes Wildlife Control to come and remove your bat.

What do I do if hear bat chirping noises in the wall?

Bats aren't the only animals that could be in the wall. We recommend pinpointing where the sounds are coming from and if possible record the noise on your phone to play to our technician for identification. During inspection we will determine what is making the sounds, take photos of how they are getting into your home, and explain the process of how we evict the bats for you.

 

 

Bat Guano Before Removal

Bat Guano Before Removal

 

Bat Removal & Bat Control

Bat Evictions with Barnes Wildlife Control will take care of your bat problems once and for all in your Miami Valley home, church, or business! We often can even get there the same day to inspect the property and we Guarantee To Keep Them Out! We provide whole structure bat exclusions using only the best materials available such as high performance sealants from . These materials are made to last in Ohio's harsh summer sun and cold winter months to keep bats out for good.

Where Are Bats Typically Found?

After several evenings of performing bat watches at this Piqua Barn, we finally found how the bats were getting into the structure

After several evenings of performing bat watches at this Piqua Barn, we finally found how the bats were getting into the structure

Up high: Bats are most often found living in higher portions of buildings. They will usually enter into the structure through very small gaps as to be safe from predators. They can also be found flying around inside homes and businesses when they enter the living space by accident.

Inspection & Assessment

Complete building inspection: We will assess your entire building and advise you of any concerns that we find. Because this is a comprehensive audit, we will present you with a list of necessary repairs or maintenance that we feel your structure requires for effective bat control, and control of other animals.

Colony location: We will then locate the bat colonies and continue by determining the most appropriate method of bat removal. Determine breeding stage: If we find that there are baby bats on your premises, we may need to return at a later date when they are able to fly. This ensures that the babies are not left to die and decay inside your building causing odors and health problems.

 

 

Effective Bat Removal

Hands-on: Our technicians will conduct bat removal by hand when possible.
Bat Valves or One-way doors: We may install one-way doors on points of entry which allow bats to exit the building but not re-enter. This is a humane and effective method of bat control.

Odors and cleanup: We will deodorize the area to deter other animals from being attracted and prevent unpleasant smells from entering your work and living areas.

 

Bat & Squirrel Removal Project at Dayton Ohio Church using our lift to make repairs at heights not accessible by ladder.

Bat & Squirrel Removal Project at Dayton Ohio Church using our lift to make repairs at heights not accessible by ladder.

 

GUARANTEED BAT CONTROL

Our certified wildlife technicians will seal all the potential openings in your building with heavy gauge steel screening and/or high performance sealants and caulking. All materials used for bat control are of the highest quality and are guaranteed.

 

Why Our Approach is the Best

Technician Removing Bat Guano from Attic in Oakwood Ohio

Technician Removing Bat Guano from Attic in Oakwood Ohio

Legal: The inhumane killing or trapping of bats is illegal in Ohio and we take extra precautions and educate our customers so they understand how our bat removal and bat control process meets these requirements.

Humane: Our wildlife control operators specially trained for bat removal in a manner that prevents undue stress or harm and takes into consideration maternal colonies so that we don't orphan bat pups (bat babies) from their mothers.

Competitive Rates with Dayton's Best Bat Removal Company: By undertaking these steps we can ensure all the bats are humanely removed at a fair cost and they will not find another way back in.

Industry Leader: Number 1 In Dayton - Springfield - Oakwood - Beavercreek - Troy - Centerville And Ohio's Best Animal And Bat Removal Company - Dayton's Best Wildlife Control Company

See our reviews and testimonial page. Our focus is on innovation, continued education, and prevention which makes us a leader in the wildlife control industry and we are members of the National Wildlife Control Operators Association, the Ohio State Trappers Association, the Better Business Bureau and many more fine organizations. Call us today for a free no obligation over the phone consultation.

Barnes Wildlife Control of Ohio has full-line bat exclusion for your home. We offer guaranteed Bat Removal so you can maintain a bat free home. We specialize in a number of services including bat exclusion, attic inspections and restoration, bat guano dropping removal, new insulation services, sanitization and deodorization, plus much more to rid your home of bats.

 

We We Local, certified, licensed, and insured!

 

Little Brown Bat Trapped and Removed from Oakwood

Little Brown Bat Trapped and Removed from Oakwood

 

We have a professional and fully-equipped team with extensive experience of completely eliminating bats in your home. Whether you need one-way bat exclusion doors or reinforcing on your vents, Barnes Wildlife Control will carefully assess your home and perform inspection to establish an effective plan for bat removal.

 

 

Reasons to Evict A Bat Colony & How to Get Rid of Bats Near Dayton Ohio

Bats are a vital part of our local ecosystem, however, there are good reasons why you shouldn't live with bats in the attic or home. The biggest concern is risk of disease transmission passed from the bats to people or pets in the home. These are called Zoonotic diseases.

Bats are vectors for rabies and can be transmitted when an infected bat bites or transmits saliva to the host. Young children and pets are the most susceptible and if an encounter occurs and marks are left on their skin, seek medical attention and try to trap the bat for testing.

 

Big Brown Bat Pest Control Relocated Bat to Troy, Ohio

Barnes Wildlife Control Bat Removal - Big Brown Relocated to Troy, Ohio

 

Bat droppings that accumulate in the right environment can grow a dangerous fungus called Histoplasmosis, which if inhaled can be a hazardous respiratory disease and effect your eyes. If proper safety PPE isn't used when cleaning the bat fecal matter, you may be exposed to the Histo fungal spores.

 

 

Signs you may have Bat colonies in my home include:

Noises and squealing in walls, most active at dusk - Foul pungent odor in attic or basement, black specks or stains on outside of house, black pile of poop found attic, bats flying around or exiting home near dark.

Bat flying around in my home, who do I call?

 

Find a local bat care specialist or bat rescuer in the Dayton Ohio area (We are the only Bat Rescuer listed on Bat World.org for SW Ohio). Be sure whoever you find cares for the welfare of the bat species and only uses humane methods of control and removal.

 

Bat Safely Removed & Relocated

Bat Safely Removed & Relocated

 

If you have seen bats in the home, try to contain the bat in a closed room or space and call Barnes Wildlife Control to come and remove your bat.

What do I do if hear bat chirping noises in the wall?

Bats aren't the only animals that could be in the wall. We recommend pinpointing where the sounds are coming from and if possible record the noise on your phone to play to our technician for identification. During inspection we will determine what is making the sounds, take photos of how they are getting into your home, and explain the process of how we evict the bats for you.

 

 

Bat Guano Before Removal

Bat Guano Before Removal

 

Bat Removal & Bat Control

Bat Evictions with Barnes Wildlife Control will take care of your bat problems once and for all in your Miami Valley home, church, or business! We often can even get there the same day to inspect the property and we Guarantee To Keep Them Out! We provide whole structure bat exclusions using only the best materials available such as high performance sealants from . These materials are made to last in Ohio's harsh summer sun and cold winter months to keep bats out for good.

Where Are Bats Typically Found?

Up high: Bats are most often found living in higher portions of buildings. They will usually enter into the structure through very small gaps as to be safe from predators. They can also be found flying around inside homes and businesses when they enter the living space by accident.

 

After several evenings of performing bat watches at this Piqua Barn, we finally found how the bats were getting into the structure

After several evenings of performing bat watches at this Piqua Barn, we finally found how the bats were getting into the structure

 

Inspection & Assessment

Complete building inspection: We will assess your entire building and advise you of any concerns that we find. Because this is a comprehensive audit, we will present you with a list of necessary repairs or maintenance that we feel your structure requires for effective bat control, and control of other animals.

Colony location: We will then locate the bat colonies and continue by determining the most appropriate method of bat removal. Determine breeding stage: If we find that there are baby bats on your premises, we may need to return at a later date when they are able to fly. This ensures that the babies are not left to die and decay inside your building causing odors and health problems.

 

 

Effective Bat Removal

Hands-on: Our technicians will conduct bat removal by hand when possible.
Bat Valves or One-way doors: We may install one-way doors on points of entry which allow bats to exit the building but not re-enter. This is a humane and effective method of bat control.

Odors and cleanup: We will deodorize the area to deter other animals from being attracted and prevent unpleasant smells from entering your work and living areas.

 

Bat & Squirrel Removal Project at Dayton Ohio Church using our lift to make repairs at heights not accessible by ladder.

Bat & Squirrel Removal Project at Dayton Ohio Church using our lift to make repairs at heights not accessible by ladder.

 

GUARANTEED BAT CONTROL

Our certified wildlife technicians will seal all the potential openings in your building with heavy gauge steel screening and/or high performance sealants and caulking. All materials used for bat control are of the highest quality and are guaranteed.

 

Why Our Approach is the Best

Legal: The inhumane killing or trapping of bats is illegal in Ohio and we take extra precautions and educate our customers so they understand how our bat removal and bat control process meets these requirements.

Humane: Our wildlife control operators specially trained for bat removal in a manner that prevents undue stress or harm and takes into consideration maternal colonies so that we don't orphan bat pups (bat babies) from their mothers.

 

Technician Removing Bat Guano from Attic in Oakwood Ohio

Technician Removing Bat Guano from Attic in Oakwood Ohio

 

Competitive Rates with Dayton's Best Bat Removal Company: By undertaking these steps we can ensure all the bats are humanely removed at a fair cost and they will not find another way back in.

Industry Leader: Number 1 In Dayton - Springfield - Oakwood - Beavercreek - Troy - Centerville And Ohio's Best Animal And Bat Removal Company - Dayton's Best Wildlife Control Company

See our reviews and testimonial page. Our focus is on innovation, continued education, and prevention which makes us a leader in the wildlife control industry and we are members of the National Wildlife Control Operators Association, the Ohio State Trappers Association, the Better Business Bureau and many more fine organizations. Call us today for a free no obligation over the phone consultation.

OHIO BAT FACTS AND OHIO BAT INFORMATION

barnes wildlife control fascinating bat facts
Bat Facts And Bat Information

Many species of bats are found throughout the Midwest, but two are very common in the Dayton Ohio area - the Big Brown Bat and the Little Brown Bat. They have slightly different life-cycles and characteristics and as such are handled differently by wildlife removal experts. The following are some more bat facts for homeowners:

Habitat

Urban: In urban environments bats are found in semi-open areas often near trees and water but will make their roots inside building spaces.

Breeding
This little bat was flying around inside a Springboro home before we arrived to remove it

This little bat was flying around inside a Springboro home before we arrived to remove it

Time of year: Bats mate in the fall and sometimes into the winter months. Sperm is stored and ovulation and fertilization are delayed until the female emerges from hibernation.

Litter size: Big Brown Bats have one to two offspring every year while the Little Brown Bat has only one.

Rearing: Little Brown Bats will stay in the roost for the first 18 days of their life and can fly thereafter. They reach maturity within 3 weeks. Big Brown Bats take longer to mature and do not reach adult size until 70 days. This is why bats aren't evicted during the summer months when they are nursing and can't fend for themselves.

Sexual maturity: Female bats are sexually mature near the end of their first year. Male bats take slightly longer and will reach sexual maturity after their first year.

Food and Feeding

Time of day: Bats are nocturnal and use high frequency echo-location to seek out their food.

Diet: Big Brown Bats eat a variety of insects but prefer beetles. Little Brown Bats enjoy flying insects like midges, mosquitoes and mayflies.

Morphology and Lifestyle

Wing span: Big Brown Bats - 12 to 15 inches ; Little Brown Bats - 8 to 10 inches

Vocalization: Bats use two frequencies, one is high frequency call echo-location used for navigating and finding food and the other low frequency clicking sounds when in distress. These bat squeaking sounds can be heard in this YouTube Video

 

Interesting Article On Bat Sounds From National Public Radio "NPR"

Click here to find how bat sounds relate to Techno Music

 

Did You Know?
  • Bat fact: Bats play an important role in our environment as they can consume a countless number of insects in one night. •Bats in Ohio will not fly in your hair and suck your blood.
  • Bats can spread the rabies virus (most often through bat saliva) when infected with very little contact.
  • Bats can squeeze through a hole the size of a dime ior 3/8" so when we seal your home or structure, everything 3/8" or larger will be sealed or screened over.
  • Lifespan: Between 10 and 20 years with the rare bat living as long as 30 years.
  • A bat can produce several times its own weight in waste each month.
  • Bat colonies can range in size from one to several hundred and can double in size every year.
  • Bats hibernate when the temperature drops below 35-45 degrees F, or when average daily highs are around 50 degrees F.

 

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Bat Facts And Bat Information

Many species of bats are found throughout the Midwest, but two are very common in the Dayton Ohio area - the Big Brown Bat and the Little Brown Bat. They have slightly different life-cycles and characteristics and as such are handled differently by wildlife removal experts. The following are some more bat facts for homeowners:

Habitat

Urban: In urban environments bats are found in semi-open areas often near trees and water but will make their roots inside building spaces.

Breeding

Time of year: Bats mate in the fall and sometimes into the winter months. Sperm is stored and ovulation and fertilization are delayed until the female emerges from hibernation.

 

This little bat was flying around inside a Springboro home before we arrived to remove it

This little bat was flying around inside a Springboro home before we arrived to remove it

 

Litter size: Big Brown Bats have one to two offspring every year while the Little Brown Bat has only one.

Rearing: Little Brown Bats will stay in the roost for the first 18 days of their life and can fly thereafter. They reach maturity within 3 weeks. Big Brown Bats take longer to mature and do not reach adult size until 70 days. This is why bats aren't evicted during the summer months when they are nursing and can't fend for themselves.

Sexual maturity: Female bats are sexually mature near the end of their first year. Male bats take slightly longer and will reach sexual maturity after their first year.

Food and Feeding

Time of day: Bats are nocturnal and use high frequency echo-location to seek out their food.

Diet: Big Brown Bats eat a variety of insects but prefer beetles. Little Brown Bats enjoy flying insects like midges, mosquitoes and mayflies.

Morphology and Lifestyle

Wing span: Big Brown Bats - 12 to 15 inches ; Little Brown Bats - 8 to 10 inches

Vocalization: Bats use two frequencies, one is high frequency call echo-location used for navigating and finding food and the other low frequency clicking sounds when in distress. These bat squeaking sounds can be heard in this YouTube Video

 

Interesting Article On Bat Sounds From National Public Radio "NPR"

Click here to find how bat sounds relate to Techno Music

 

Did You Know?
  • Bat fact: Bats play an important role in our environment as they can consume a countless number of insects in one night. •Bats in Ohio will not fly in your hair and suck your blood.
  • Bats can spread the rabies virus (most often through bat saliva) when infected with very little contact.
  • Bats can squeeze through a hole the size of a dime ior 3/8" so when we seal your home or structure, everything 3/8" or larger will be sealed or screened over.
  • Lifespan: Between 10 and 20 years with the rare bat living as long as 30 years.
  • A bat can produce several times its own weight in waste each month.
  • Bat colonies can range in size from one to several hundred and can double in size every year.
  • Bats hibernate when the temperature drops below 35-45 degrees F, or when average daily highs are around 50 degrees F.

 

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the 14 species of bat found in ohio

Big brown bat, Little brown bat, Eastern red bat, Hoary bat, Tri-colored bat, Eastern bat, Silver-haired bat, Indiana bat, Evening bats, Northern bat, Gray Myotis, Rafinesque's bat, Townsend's bat and the Mexican free-tailed bat.

Bat Family in your Ohio Attic?

  1. Bats living in the attic or bat in the bathroom.
  2. Bat Colonies in your home or attic.
  3. Bats living in the chimney or flue.
  4. Bats roosting on porches or sides of brick home.
  5. Bats entering through holes in siding or soffits.
  6. Bats entering through gable vents, ridge vents and roof vents.
  7. Bat in the house or bedroom home at night.
  8. Bat in the basement is common as they will move from the hot attic down the walls into the cooler basement during the day.

Common Places Bats are found in your home, building, or church

Common Places Bats are found in your home, building, or church

  1. Bats living in the attic or bat in the bathroom.
  2. Bat Colonies in your home or attic.
  3. Bats living in the chimney or flue.
  4. Bats roosting on porches or sides of brick home.
  5. Bats entering through holes in siding or soffits.
  6. Bats entering through gable vents, ridge vents and roof vents.
  7. Bat in the house or bedroom home at night.
  8. Bat in the basement is common as they will move from the hot attic down the walls into the cooler basement during the day.

Are You Ready To Get Rid Of Bats? Look No Further.

Barnes Wildlife Control
Phone: 937-340-1867
Fax: 877-771-3432
Email: bwcohio@gmail.com

Dayton, Ohio Address:
Barnes Wildlife Control - South
2651 Grange Hall Rd
Beavercreek, OH 45431

Troy, Ohio Address:
Barnes Wildlife Control - North
1800 N Sayers Rd
Troy. OH 45373