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Queen Anne wildlife control tip of the month:
Melissa, Sometimes during a big bat exclusion, some will get trapped in the attic and then crawl down the walls
and into the house. They are really harmless and won't Queen Anne animal control attack, but I understand your fear. I guess by now the
matter is over. I'm sorry, but I was out of the country for 30 days and had no email. Don't sell your home, if
the guy did a good job, your house should be Queen Anne pest control bat-free from now on. David
David- Thanks so much for responding to my email. Well I am not sure that it is gone yet but i have been
roaming the house at all hours of the night still on edge scared that Queen Anne wildlife removal it will fly out and get me. I called
the bat proofer guy again. He said if it hasnt gotten outside yet that sometimes they will go back into hibernation
for about 3 weeks. Now it has been close to three weeks and I am Queen Anne wildlife removal getting nervous. Do they die if they dont get
outside to eat? We do not have an attic at all. OUr 2nd floor only has 2 crawl spaces on both sides of the house
and thats it. OUr basement is not finished and we actually have Queen Anne animal trapping a lot of openings in the basement where the bat could
crawl up into and hide in a wall. Is he probably still here? I tried to look everywhere to find out how long bats live
without eating and can't find any answers. Any info you could Queen Anne exterminator give me would help! Thanks again! Melissa
If bats are active, they usually won't Queen Anne exterminator last more than 8 days without food. I doubt it went back into hibernation.
The bat(s) are probably gone or dead.
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