Bats are sneaky creatures that can enter your home through the smallest of holes.
Female bats have 1 baby per year. They live in attics in large groups (colonies) with other female bats and babies. They do hibernate in the winter months, but in warm-ups or extreme cold they are known to move around.
In order to get the bats out, an eviction or exclusion should be completed as bats in Wisconsin are protected and it is illegal to kill them.
Bats Require Professional Exclusion
Because it’s illegal to kill bats in Wisconsin, the best course of action is to trap them or guide them out of your home. But if you choose to perform bat exclusion yourself, you will want to make sure you’ve checked for signs of a bat infestation.