A All Animal Control of Dallas specializes in Animal Control and Animal Removal which includes Bat Removal, Bat Control and Bat Exclusion in Texas. We remove Bats in a humane manor and will clean up the mess they may have left behind and repair any damage the Bats have caused.
A All Animal Control of Dallas TX is a full-service Bat Control company that will assist you with problems caused by Bats, Squirrels, Raccoons, Snakes, Birds, Fox, Skunks, Deer, Geese, Groundhogs, Opossums, Rabbits, Chipmunks and more. Our experience in the surrounding Texas
area includes jobs such as Dallas Bat Removal and Bat Control, Raccoon Control, Animal Control and Pest Control.
We also provide Dead Bat Removal, Bat Exclusion Services, Bat Guano Cleanup and other services that make us one of the most complete wildlife removal companies in Dallas Texas. We are one of only a few companies that have a Nuisance Wildlife Removal Permit from the State of Texas
and we are FULLY INSURED.
Some interesting Biology about Bats in Texas:
Some consider Bats as the most beneficial mammals in the world. Bats come in many varieties. The two most common bats to Texas
are the Little Brown Bat and the Big Brown Bat. The Little Brown Bat is the most common found colonized in homes around our area. Bats are colonized animals which means they live in large numbers. We have found bat colony sizes in the Texas
area from 25 to 800 and have reports of bat colonies with higher numbers.
Since bats are so environmentally beneficial, state and local law protects the bats from the use of any kind of killing removal tactics. This means Bats have to be handled very carefully. Exclusion is the only way to deal with a bat colony problem. If you suspect you have bats, call us right away.
the little brown bat has a body length of 3" to 3 1/2" and weighs approximately 1/8 to 1/2 an ounce. The wingspan of these bats range from 6 to 8" and they can live up to 20 to 30 years. Bats are the only mammals that engage in active flight. As their name suggests, they are glossy brown above with a light buff color below.
Here in Dallas Texas
the brown bat is most commonly residentially in attic areas. Little brown bats are insectivorous, which means they eat a variety of insects including some agricultural pests. They can eat more than 50% of their own body weight each Texas
evening. During gestation and lactation, they even eat more. These nocturnal mammals use echolocation to navigate and locate prey.
In Dallas Texas, the little brown bats generally have one offspring per year and occasionally two. The young become self-supporting within one month. Little brown bats feed primarily over wetlands and other still water where insects are abundant. They use the Texas
Rivers, streams, lakes and trails as travel corridors to navigate across the landscape. Bats will occasionally swoop down on mammals to eat the insects that swarm around them.