What does a Successful Bat Exclusion Look Like?

This month, we have a video message from Dave Kugler, owner of Critter Catchers, Inc.  Many folks have asked what a humane exclusion looks like and entails. If you’re one of those folks, you’re in luck! Dave has created this short video as an introduction to the process.

In all, it’s important to note that a proper exclusion is often outside of what can be done as a do-it-yourself project. Paramount, and above all, is the need to protect both yourself and the animals. But don’t take our word for it, let Dave tell you himself:

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For more information about the exclusion process, be sure to visit Critter Catchers’  website by clicking the logo below.

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  • Marcy Ghere
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    I have a question. I’m interested in getting a bat house, but I don’t have a way to get it posted up high. Can you place the bat house on a house under the eaves?

    • Organization for Bat Conservation
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      You can certainly hang the bat house on the side of a house! As long as it’s 15 feet (12 feet minimum) then it should be acceptable!

  • devrim
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