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How Bats Got Into a House in Valdosta, Georgia

Technician lifting the shingle to reveal a half inch gap between the sheathing and the fascia board

How bats got into this house in Valdosta

Do you know why the first four posts today are about bats? Well, there are two reasons. The first is that they're starting to become active, so we have more bat calls. The second is because I stash the pictures I plan to post on the blog in a temporary folder on my desktop, which places them in alphabetical order. So the alphabetical order of the pictures' file names usually determines the order of the posts.

Once in a while I deviate from that when, for example, I like a picture so much that I can't wait to post it, or when I post embedded videos instead of pictures. But most of the time, the posts will follow the filenames of the pictures, which usually begin with the kind of critter the picture is about.

Now that we have that out of the way, here's another example of a gap fit for a bat, this one in a house in Valdosta.

To learn more about humane bat removal and bat-proofing in the Macon area, please click here.

 


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