How to Build Bat Traps?


Bats are nocturnal creatures. They come out and fly about all night in search of food, this means, if you want to trap them and get them out of your attic, do it during the day, when they sleep. Use a little mesh wire, duct tape and scissors. Cover the opening with the mesh and tape it shut. This way they can not come back in at night.
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How to Build Bat Traps
Bats evoke extreme responses, from excitement to terror, especially if they invade your home. They are known carriers of rabies, so the good work they do eating insects is not a reason to harbor them in your attic or anywhere else in your house. If you... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
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