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Bats in a Nutshell - Basic Bat Facts

The following is a list of 11 things that
you must know about Michigan Big
Brown Bats:

1. Bats are protected and eat millions of
crop destroying insects each year.

2. Bats are not blind nor are they afraid
of light.

3. Bats consider us predators, and are
only trying to escape from us if they
mistakenly get inside our homes.  Bats
can not live in the heated portion of a
Michigan home in the winter.

4. Bats are relatively long lived
mammals- 13-18 years is not
uncommon. Bat are slow to reproduce -
a single pup or twins once a year.

5. Big Brown Bats (most indigenous to
SE Michigan) are house and building
dwellers all year round. Another
species, the Little Brown Bat, prefer
more temperate caves for hibernation.

6. Bats should never be trapped,
poisoned, harmed, or scared out of an
attic.  Using pesticide on bats is illegal
in Michigan.

7. Bats are "Excluded" from a home,
similar to window screens which
"exclude" insects from entering a home.

8. One way doors are applied on bat
activity points to allow exit, yet no
re-entry is allowed, thereby excluding
bats from the home.

9. Big Brown bats, that roost in houses,
live in colonies.

10.Bats CAN NOT be excluded during
maternity season.

11. Bats are not rodents and do NOT
chew to gain entry into your home. They
have tiny sharp teeth that are used to
grasp insects.
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We will hand craft our bat house to fit the side of
any building or tree appropriate to handle bat
populations  - We install them 15 - 20 feet facing
South West with enough access to allow safe
landings for bats.

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