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How big is a baby bat in New Orleans

Bats in our area are small to begin with! Pictured at left is a juvenile bat (pup)

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How do bats get into my attic?

Bats can get into crevices as thin as 3/8 in so you will need to understand that this is NOT a simple issue. If you have a bat in the house and suspect a large colony of bats in the attic or walls - you should get a pro to evaluate your situation ASAP. Bats usually gain entry along a brick wall at the top point, sometimes they go in at the chimney cap as well. One thing is for sure you will almost always have a bad odor, and dirty brown area where they gain entry. Check out our picture area here.

Top 5 Questions about bat removal in Louisiana - New Orleans - Covington - Mandeville - Slidell - Baton Rouge.


  1.  How do I get bats out of my attic?
  2. How do I catch or get a bat out of the house!
  3. How do bats get into my attic?
  4. Do bat deterrents and bat deterrent products work
  5. How can I tell if I have a Bat infestation and what is the cost of a bat removal?