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Richwood, KY Bat Removal (41094)

August 28th, 2015

For bat removal, control, and exclusion in Richwood, KY or anywhere in northern Kentucky, Cincinnati, or southeast Indiana, call Tri-State Wildlife Management at (859) 635-0037

Tri-State Wildlife Management – Protecting You, Your Property, and Your Investment

Richwood, KY Bat Control (41094): Bats become a nuisance when they roost in large numbers in houses and businesses. Despite their usefulness, discovering or even suspecting bats living in your home or business is unsettling. Due to the breeding and roosting habits of bats, timing the removal of a bat colony is crucial to both the success of the exclusion as well as its legality, and therefore best left to the experts.

Bats often enter the occupied spaces of businesses or residences due to their roost being in close proximity to open windows, doors, and attic access. Tri-State Wildlife Management’s technicians are thoroughly trained in bat eviction/venting procedures and educate their customers regarding the best solution to rid their property of a bat invasion. The process starts with a meticulous inspection of the property designed to identify structural defects, as well as current and potential bat entry points that lead into the interiors of the structure. The inspection is intended to assist in the evaluation of the overall bat colony within the condition of the building.

In addition to removal/exclusion services, Tri-State Wildlife Management (TSWM) also offers full and partial attic cleanouts. TSWM employees are trained in safe and effective methods of removing bat guano and contaminated insulation. Due to the risk of exposure to diseases such as histoplasmosis, proper protective gear and equipment is vital to a safe and effective cleanout. TSWM is committed to working with home and business owners to eradicate their nuisance wildlife issue.

The courteous staff at Tri-State Wildlife will work for you to provide a cost effective solution to your bat or wildlife intrusion and/or damage issue. As a full service company, we initiate an Integrated Management Plan beginning with an inspection and customer education followed by bat removal and exclusion of intrusive bats or wildlife, clean-up, repair/restoration and prevention.

We strive for the most humane and environmentally effective techniques for dealing with bats and wildlife problems. Tri-State Wildlife Management’s use of modern innovative methods provides sound wildlife management services to ensure the protection of our customers’ investments and health.

Tri-State Wildlife Management is a full service company. In addition to your bat issue, TSWM offers bird and wildlife damage repairs, installs custom and standard chimney caps, seals homes and businesses to prevent wildlife from entering, removes bird, bat, and raccoon droppings and debris from attics, installs barrier fencing, removes dead animals and MUCH MORE.

Union, KY Bat Control Tri-State Wildlife Management

Tri-State Wildlife Management is Certified Bat Standards Compliant by the National Wildlife Control Operators Association

Tri-State Wildlife Management is fully insured, and we stand behind all our work.

Richwood, KY Bat Removal (41094): For bat control and exclusion in northern Kentucky, Cincinnati, or southeast Indiana, call Tri-State Wildlife Management.

Independence, KY Mole Control (41051)

August 27th, 2015

For mole control in Independence, KY or anywhere in northern KY, call Tri-State Wildlife Management at (859) 635-0037. TSWM also offers removal and control of skunks, chipmunks, groundhogs, mice, snakes, and bats.

Tri-State Wildlife Management – Protecting You, Your Property, and Your Investment

Ft. Mitchell KY Mole Control

Independence, KY Mole Control (41051): The Eastern Mole is found in much of the United States. Although there are seven know species of moles in the US, northern Kentucky is familiar with the Eastern Mole. Moles can live up to seven years; however, most live three years. Moles have a blunt, stocky body and large feet and claws for digging. Their fur is velvet-like and will smooth in either direction for turning in tunnels. They have small eyes and very poor eyesight. The mole’s sense of smell is very good and they use their long nose to search for food.

It is a common misconception that treating a lawn for grubs will keep moles at bay; however, their diet relies heavily on worms and other bugs. Moles sleep a great deal, and when they are not sleeping, they are busy tunneling in search for food. Their active periods are usually between 2am and 7am, 11am to 4pm, and 8pm to 11pm. Males are most active in February and March for mating season, and females are most active in May and June while raising young. Moles can have 3 litters of 3 to 8 young a year, so they multiply quickly. Even one or a few moles can cause quite a bit of damage, so imagine what a severe mole infestation can do!

Moles can be extremely destructive to yards and landscaping, and it doesn’t take long for them to wreak havoc on your property. Moles tunnel 18 feet an hour, and can move both forwards and backwards at 80 feet a minute. Moles have two types of tunnels -surface tunnels and deep tunnels. The deep tunnels are used during winter when it’s cold and in the summer when it’s hot. They also make mole mounds which are very visible. Moles like their living quarters to be on higher ground.

Our courteous staff works for you to provide a cost effective solution to your mole intrusion and/or damage issue. As a full service company, we initiate an Integrated Wildlife Management Program beginning with an inspection and customer education, followed by removal of moles and repair of damage. TSWM provides habitat modification as another preventive technique. We strive for the most humane and environmentally effective techniques for dealing with wildlife problems. Tri-State Wildlife Management’s use of modern innovative methods provides sound wildlife management services to ensure the protection of our customers’ investments and health.

Tri-State Wildlife Management is fully licensed and insured, and we stand behind all our work.

Independence, KY Mole Control (41051): Call Tri-State Wildlife Management for removal and control of moles, skunks, chipmunks, groundhogs, mice, snakes, and bats.

Kenton County, KY Bat Control and Removal

August 26th, 2015

For bat control in Kenton County, KY or anywhere in northern Kentucky, Cincinnati, or southeast Indiana, call Tri-State Wildlife Management at (859) 635-0037

Tri-State Wildlife Management – Protecting You, Your Property, and Your Investment

Kenton County, KY Bat Control and Removal: Bats are great mammals to have around. If you’ve ever observed a bat feeding at twilight, you already know why – they eat a variety of flying insects, including mosquitoes. Despite the advantages of having bats around, there are many serious disadvantages to having them in your home. First, they can create significant damage to structures. Bats create foul latrines, made up of both guano and urine that cause a horrible odor, soil insulation, and can weaken the structure. When entering and exiting a structure, bats defecate, leaving staining along the home. In addition, they leave black, oily rub marks at entries.

Bats also pose health/hygiene concerns including rabies, histoplasmosis, and bat bugs. When bats transmit rabies, it is most typically through a bite. If bitten, the bat should always be tested if it can be caught. If the bat is not caught, or if it tests positive for rabies, rabies shots must be taken. Without treatment, rabies ends in death. Sometimes a bat is found in the living space of a home. If the bat had access to children or anyone who may not know/may not be able to communicate that they’ve been bitten, rabies shots are encouraged. Although the most serious, rabies is not the most common threat that bats pose. Histoplasmosis is a common lung disease caused by a fungus that grows on guano. It is important to always wear the proper protective gear when in the same vicinity as bat guano, as the fungus is easily disturbed. Although bat bugs pose no serious health threat, just like bed bugs, they are a parasitic nuisance that nobody wants to live with.

The courteous staff at Tri-State Wildlife will work for you to provide a cost effective solution to your bat or wildlife intrusion and/or damage issue. As a full service company, we initiate an Integrated Bat Management Plan beginning with an inspection and customer education followed by bat removal and exclusion of intrusive bats or wildlife, clean-up, repair/restoration and prevention.

Tri-State Wildlife Management handles bat removal and exclusion differently than other home-invading species; instead of trapping, bats are removed only through an exclusion process. We use bat exclusion equipment that allows bats to leave your home, but the equipment makes reentry impossible. Bats can fit through the tiniest of gaps, so our experienced technician completes a thorough inspection of your home or business to determine all entry points and at risk areas. After we are sure all bats have left, entries are repaired with wildlife grade construction materials. Bats are very persistent creatures, and without all entries and at risk areas repaired, with bat deterrent materials, they will find a way back into your home. Tri-State Wildlife Management is so confident in their bat exclusion work that we back up our exclusion repairs with a 100% guarantee.

We strive for the most humane and environmentally effective techniques for dealing with bats and wildlife problems. Tri-State Wildlife Management’s use of modern innovative methods provides sound wildlife management services to ensure the protection of our customers’ investments and health.

Tri-State Wildlife Management is a full service company. In addition to your bat issue, TSWM offers bird and wildlife damage repairs, installs custom and standard chimney caps, seals homes and businesses to prevent wildlife from entering, removes bird, bat, and raccoon droppings and debris from attics, installs barrier fencing, removes dead animals and MUCH MORE. Tri-State Wildlife Management is fully insured, and we stand behind all of our work.

 

Kenton County, KY Bat Control Tri-State Wildlife Management

Tri-State Wildlife Management is Certified Bat Standard Compliant by the National Wildlife Control Operators Association

Tri-State Wildlife Management is fully insured, and we stand behind all our work

Kenton County, KY Bat Control: For bat removal and exclusion in northern Kentucky, Cincinnati, or southeast Indiana, call Tri-State Wildlife Management

Ft. Mitchell, KY Dead Deer Removal (41017)

August 25th, 2015

For dead animal removal in Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky, or Southeast Indiana, call Tri-State Wildlife Management at (859) 635-0037

Dead Deer Removal

Tri-State Wildlife Management – Protecting You, Your Property, and Your Investment

Ft. Mitchell, KY Dead Deer Removal (41017): Dead animal removal is an unappealing aspect of our business, which is why most companies do not attempt this endeavor. Tri-State Wildlife Management (TSWM) offers dead animal removal in Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana, and is equipped to serve you when the need arises. Our well trained staff will remove the animal with as little inconvenience to the property owner as possible. We also have techniques and materials to manage odor.

Our most common calls for dead animal removal come from homeowners, businesses and cities who have a dead deer in a yard, parking lot, or high traffic area.

TSWM removes dead raccoons from chimneys/fireplaces, which is often caused by a fire being lit by a homeowner after hearing a raccoon in his or her fireplace or chimney, hoping to chase them out. Young raccoons are not capable of climbing up the flue until they are much older. It’s always a good idea to get a professional to remove the raccoons instead of trying to burn them out.

Whatever the issue, Tri-State Wildlife Management is here to serve your needs. TSWM is fully licensed and insured, and we stand behind all our work.

Ft. Mitchell, KY Dead Deer Removal (41017): For animal carcass removal in Cincinnati, Northern KY, or Southeast IN, call Tri-State Wildlife Management

Southgate, KY Bat Removal

August 24th, 2015

For bat control, removal, and exclusion in Southgate, KY (41071) or anywhere in northern Kentucky, Cincinnati, or southeast Indiana, call Tri-State Wildlife Management at (859) 635-0037

Tri-State Wildlife Management – Protecting You, Your Property, and Your Investment

Southgate, KY Bat Removal (41071): Bats become a nuisance when they roost in large numbers in houses and businesses. Despite their usefulness, discovering or even suspecting bats living in your home or business is unsettling. Due to the breeding and roosting habits of bats, timing the removal of a bat colony is crucial to both the success of the exclusion as well as its legality and therefore best left to the experts.

Bats often enter the occupied spaces of businesses or residences due to their roost being in close proximity to open windows, doors, and attic access. Tri-State Wildlife Management’s technicians are thoroughly trained in bat eviction/venting procedures and educate their customers regarding the best solution to rid their property of a bat invasion. The process starts with a meticulous inspection of the property designed to identify structural defects, as well as current and potential bat entry points that lead into the interiors of the structure. The inspection is intended to assist in the evaluation of the overall bat colony within the condition of the building.

In addition to removal/exclusion services, Tri-State Wildlife Management (TSWM) also offers full and partial attic cleanouts. TSWM employees are trained in safe and effective methods of removing bat guano and contaminated insulation. Due to the risk of exposure to diseases such as histoplasmosis, proper protective gear and equipment is vital to a safe and effective cleanout. TSWM is committed to working with home and business owners to eradicate their nuisance wildlife issue.

The courteous staff at Tri-State Wildlife will work for you to provide a cost effective solution to your bat or wildlife intrusion and/or damage issue. As a full service company we will initiate an Integrated Management Plan beginning with an inspection and customer education followed by bat removal and exclusion of intrusive bats or wildlife, clean-up, repair/restoration and prevention.

We strive for the most humane and environmentally effective techniques for dealing with bats and wildlife problems. Tri-State Wildlife Management’s use of modern innovative methods provides sound wildlife management services to ensure the protection of our customers’ investments and health.

Tri-State Wildlife Management is a full service company. In addition to your bat issue, TSWM offers bird and wildlife damage repairs, installs custom and standard chimney caps, seals homes and businesses to prevent wildlife from entering, removes bird, bat, and raccoon droppings and debris from attics, installs barrier fencing, removes dead animals and MUCH MORE.

Southgate, KY Bat Removal Tri-State Wildlife Management

Tri-State Wildlife Management is Certified Bat Standards Compliant by the National Wildlife Control Operators Association

Tri-State Wildlife Management is fully insured, and we stand behind all our work

Southgate, KY Bat Removal (41071): For professional bat removal, control and exclusion in northern Kentucky, Cincinnati, or southeast Indiana, call Tri-State Wildlife Management.

Union, KY Bat Control and Removal (41091)

August 21st, 2015

For bat control, removal, and exclusion in Union, KY or anywhere in northern Kentucky, Cincinnati, or southeast Indiana, call Tri-State Wildlife Management at (859) 635-0037

Tri-State Wildlife Management – Protecting You, Your Property, and Your Investment

Union, KY Bat Control (41091): Summertime brings with it many pleasant experiences –vacations, grill outs, swimming, boating, mosquitoes, bats –er wait…come again? Okay, so although summer has its benefits, we also must recognize its drawbacks. Oftentimes summer evenings are plagued by unwanted guests –mosquitoes. You might also sight another air bound creature having its own feast –bats.

Bats are great mammals to have around, as they hunt mosquitoes and other insects at dusk, just when insects’ presences are at their climax. However, bats become unwelcome guests when they find a nice comfortable home in your home or business, entering through construction gaps, unsecured louver vents, chimneys, or any hole larger than 3/8 inches. Homes and buildings are great places for bats to use as maternal roosts, which is a place to raise their young before they are able to fly. If your home or business is occupied by bats, you may witness bats going in and out, or bat droppings (guano) underneath the bats’ main entrance(s). The mid to late summer marks the time of year when juvenile bats are able to leave their roosts for night feedings on insects, so Tri-State Wildlife Management unsurprisingly has seen a spike in bat calls.

What should you do if you find yourself sharing your home or business with bats? Tri-State Wildlife Management offers a solution to your bat problem. How can Tri-State Wildlife Management help? Our courteous staff will work for you to provide a cost effective solution to your bat intrusion or damage issue. As a full service company, we initiate an Integrated Management Plan beginning with a full bat inspection and customer education followed by bat removal and exclusionclean-up, repair/restoration and prevention. During this process, no bats are harmed and they easily find another place to lodge nearby.

Bats are protected under federal and state law; however, Tri-State Wildlife Management has the expertise and experience to offer legal and humane exclusions and repairs. A bat’s seasonal cycle, such as roosting and dispersal periods, affect how and when they can be removed from your home or business. Full bat exclusion is not permissible until approximately mid-August in order to ensure that all juveniles are able to fly out of a structure. Bat entry points should only be repaired after ensuring that all bats have left the structure. A biologist on staff with your state’s Fish and Wildlife division gives the final okay as to when total bat exclusion can commence. Since a bat’s persistence often results in them attempting to use new entry points into a structure after their main entry is sealed, Tri-State Wildlife Management offers effective solutions to this issue as great. All attics if not sealed properly run the risk of needing bat removal at one time or another. A contractor’s or homeowner’s repairs and materials may not keep bats out of your home. Wildlife grade materials properly installed by TSWM are guaranteed. When addressing a bat issue in your home or business, best practices should always be used. The experienced professionals at Tri-State Wildlife Management will provide you with a cost effective solution to your bat issue.

Union, KY Bat Control Tri-State Wildlife Management

Tri-State Wildlife Management is Certified Bat Standards Compliant by the National Wildlife Control Operators Association

Tri-State Wildlife Management is fully insured, and we stand behind all our work.

Union, KY Bat Control: For bat removal and exclusion in northern Kentucky, Cincinnati, or southeast Indiana, call Tri-State Wildlife Management.

Florence, KY Mole Control (41042)

August 20th, 2015

For mole control in Florence, KY or anywhere in northern KY, call Tri-State Wildlife Management at (859) 635-0037. TSWM also offers removal and control of skunks, chipmunks, groundhogs, mice, snakes, and bats.

Tri-State Wildlife Management – Protecting You, Your Property, and Your Investment

Ft. Mitchell KY Mole Control

Florence, KY Mole Control: The Eastern Mole is found in much of the United States. Although there are seven know species of moles in the US, northern Kentucky is familiar with the Eastern Mole. Moles can live up to seven years; however, most live three years. Moles have a blunt, stocky body and large feet and claws for digging. Their fur is velvet-like and will smooth in either direction for turning in tunnels. They have small eyes and very poor eyesight. The mole’s sense of smell is very good and they use their long nose to search for food.

It is a common misconception that treating a lawn for grubs will keep moles at bay; however, their diet relies heavily on worms and other bugs. Moles sleep a great deal, and when they are not sleeping, they are busy tunneling in search for food. Their active periods are usually between 2am and 7am, 11am to 4pm, and 8pm to 11pm. Males are most active in February and March for mating season, and females are most active in May and June while raising young. Moles can have 3 litters of 3 to 8 young a year, so they multiply quickly. Even one or a few moles can cause quite a bit of damage, so imagine what a severe mole infestation can do!

Moles can be extremely destructive to yards and landscaping, and it doesn’t take long for them to wreak havoc on your property. Moles tunnel 18 feet an hour, and can move both forwards and backwards at 80 feet a minute. Moles have two types of tunnels -surface tunnels and deep tunnels. The deep tunnels are used during winter when it’s cold and in the summer when it’s hot. They also make mole mounds which are very visible. Moles like their living quarters to be on higher ground.

Our courteous staff works for you to provide a cost effective solution to your mole intrusion and/or damage issue. As a full service company, we initiate an Integrated Wildlife Management Program beginning with an inspection and customer education, followed by removal of moles and repair of damage. TSWM provides habitat modification as another preventive technique. We strive for the most humane and environmentally effective techniques for dealing with wildlife problems. Tri-State Wildlife Management’s use of modern innovative methods provides sound wildlife management services to ensure the protection of our customers’ investments and health.

Tri-State Wildlife Management is fully licensed and insured, and we stand behind all our work.

Florence, KY Mole Control: Call Tri-State Wildlife Management for removal and control of moles, skunks, chipmunks, groundhogs, mice, snakes, and bats.

NKY Bat Control and Removal

August 19th, 2015

For bat control, removal, and exclusion in northern Kentucky, Cincinnati, or southeast Indiana, call Tri-State Wildlife Management at (859) 635-0037

Tri-State Wildlife Management – Protecting You, Your Property, and Your Investment

NKY Bat Control and Removal: If you suspect or know that bats are living in your attic or chimney, now is the time to mitigate your bat problem. Warm weather means that bats are frequently leaving their roost sites at dusk to feed on insects. Many bats choose to roost in the attics or chimneys of homes or buildings. You may suspect you have a bat problem if you see bat droppings at a bat entry point, or below it on the ground. If that isn’t the case, you may witness bats flying out of your home around dusk. Depending on the time of year, you may also hear noises coming from your attic or chimney. Sometimes noises signify a bat problem, but it may mean you may have another animal(s) invading your home.

Having bats in your home is an unsettling and serious problem, even if they are confined to the attic. Not only do they urinate and defecate anywhere they roost, causing staining and odor problems which are difficult to remove, they are associated with diseases which are dangerous to humans, including rabies and histoplasmosis (a lung disease caused by the spores of fungus which grow on their droppings or guano). While bats are very beneficial to humans because of their affinity for many flying insects, such as mosquitoes, if they find their way into your home and take up residence, they can also be some of the most destructive, dangerous, and expensive wildlife to control.

As mentioned earlier, if you suspect you have bats in your attic or chimney, now is the time to act. Like managing all nuisance wildlife, timing is everything. During early to midsummer, some juveniles are unable to fly. During this blackout period, Tri-State Wildlife Management begins repairing homes to prevent bats from reentering; however, any main entry is left open in order to prevent juveniles from being trapped inside. Around August 15th, full bat exclusion begins, because juveniles can fly. On the flip side, in order to exclude bats from your home, it must be warm enough for them to leave their roost to feed. To ensure all bats have left your home, Tri-State Wildlife Management insists that several warm evenings pass before fully excluding them. Basically, TSWM must work with home and business owners to exclude bats after juveniles can fly but before the weather turns too cold.

Our courteous staff works for you to provide a cost effective solution to your wildlife intrusion and/or damage issue. As a full service company, we initiate an Integrated Bat Management Program beginning with an inspection and customer education, followed by exclusion of intrusive bats and repair of bat damage. TSWM also offers prevention, restoration, and cleanup services.

Tri-State Wildlife Management uses a variety of products and methods for bat repairs, prevention, and restoration. TSWM seals homes and businesses with specialized wildlife restoration products, installs custom and standard chimney caps, and install vent screens/coverings. TSWM provides habitat modification as another preventative technique. When cleanup services are needed or desired, it typically involves the removal of bat droppings and contaminated debris from attics or other bat invaded areas.

We strive for the most humane and environmentally effective techniques for dealing with bat problems. Tri-State Wildlife Management’s use of modern innovative methods provides sound bat management services to ensure the protection of our customers’ investments and health. Since bats are a protected species, removal should be done by a trained professional, such as our trained technicians.  Tri-State Wildlife Management is Certified Bat Standard Compliant by the National Wildlife Control Operators Association (NWCOA).

NKY Bat Control Tri-State Wildlife Management

Tri-State Wildlife Management is Certified Bat Standards Compliant by the National Wildlife Control Operators Association

Tri-State Wildlife Management is fully insured, and we stand behind all our work.

NKY Bat Control: For bat removal and exclusion in northern Kentucky, Cincinnati, or southeast Indiana, call Tri-State Wildlife Management.

Ft. Thomas, KY Dead Deer Removal (41075)

August 18th, 2015

For dead animal removal in Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky, or Southeast Indiana, call Tri-State Wildlife Management at (859) 635-0037

Dead Deer Removal

Tri-State Wildlife Management – Protecting You, Your Property, and Your Investment

Ft. Thomas, KY Dead Deer Removal (41075): Dead animal removal is an unappealing aspect of our business, which is why most companies do not attempt this endeavor. Tri-State Wildlife Management (TSWM) offers dead animal removal in Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana, and is equipped to serve you when the need arises. Our well trained staff will remove the animal with as little inconvenience to the property owner as possible. We also have techniques and materials to manage odor.

Our most common calls for dead animal removal come from homeowners, businesses and cities who have a dead deer in a yard, parking lot, or high traffic area.

TSWM removes dead raccoons from chimneys/fireplaces, which is often caused by a fire being lit by a homeowner after hearing a raccoon in his or her fireplace or chimney, hoping to chase them out. Young raccoons are not capable of climbing up the flue until they are much older. It’s always a good idea to get a professional to remove the raccoons instead of trying to burn them out.

Whatever the issue, Tri-State Wildlife Management is here to serve your needs. TSWM is fully licensed and insured, and we stand behind all our work.

Ft. Thomas, KY Dead Deer Removal (41075): For animal carcass removal in Cincinnati, Northern KY, or Southeast IN, call Tri-State Wildlife Management

Campbell County, KY Bat Control and Removal

August 17th, 2015

For bat control in Campbell County, KY or anywhere in northern Kentucky, Cincinnati, or southeast Indiana, call Tri-State Wildlife Management at (859) 635-0037

Tri-State Wildlife Management – Protecting You, Your Property, and Your Investment

Campbell County, KY Bat Control and Removal: Tri-State Wildlife Management is currently excluding bats from homes in northern Kentucky. Typically, homeowners realize they have bats living in their attic when they see bats exiting their home, or when they spot bat droppings on their home or close to it on the ground. A bat may escape into the living space of a home, which also may be an indicator you have bats living in your attic.

Many people are outside in their yards or relaxing on their deck or porch around dusk, which is also the time that bats leave their roost to feed on bugs and insects. If their roost is in your attic, you may see them taking off from your home and feeding in the surrounding area.

Having bats in your home is an unsettling and serious problem, even if they are confined to the attic. Not only do they urinate and defecate anywhere they roost, causing staining and odor problems which are difficult to remove, they are associated with diseases which are dangerous to humans, including rabies and histoplasmosis (a lung disease caused by the spores of fungus which grow on their droppings or guano).

While bats are very beneficial to humans because of their affinity for many flying insects, such as mosquitoes, if they find their way into your home and take up residence, they can also be some of the most destructive, dangerous, and expensive wildlife to control.

Since bats are a protected species, removal should be done by a trained professional, such as our trained technicians.  In addition, we perform repairs and/or restorations to your home or business to prevent re-entry. TSWM also offers partial and full attic cleanups after bat exclusion.

Now is the perfect time to rid your home of bats, since all juveniles are old enough to fly (usually by mid-August). Tri-State Wildlife Management stays in close contact with the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife bat biologist to ensure full bat exclusion begins only after all bats can safely leave your home.

 

Campbell County, KY Bat Control Tri-State Wildlife Management

Tri-State Wildlife Management is Certified Bat Standard Compliant by the National Wildlife Control Operators Association

Tri-State Wildlife Management is fully insured, and we stand behind all our work

Campbell County, KY Bat Control: For bat removal and exclusion in northern Kentucky, Cincinnati, or southeast Indiana, call Tri-State Wildlife Management