Commercial and Residential Bat & Critter Control
Homeowners and Apartment Building
Often unnoticed by humans as free food and the opportunity to create dens and housing for bats, birds and opportunist animals, such as open garbage cans, uncovered compost piles, bird feeders, cat or dog food dish on the back porch, open areas under decks, porches, raised storage sheds, small holes to the attic and large eaves.
Restaurants, Office Buildings and Condominium Complexes
These opportunities are too good for wildlife such as squirrels, bats, deer, fox, coyote, birds, fishers, bears, raccoons, chipmunks to pass up. Its much easier to be handed food than to hunt and dig for it, this is one reason why sighting of bears, deer, fox, coyote and fishers are becoming more and more commonplace in rural neighborhoods.
Rhode Island Laws on Removing Bats and Wild Animals
Do not attempt to remove bats and wildlife species on your own as there are laws protecting the removal and destruction of wildlife in Rhode Island. Information on removal of wildlife available at the Division of Fish and Wildlife