About Minnesota Bats: Minnesota bat control
problems can sometimes get out of control. The ET Pest Control units
works great repelling the Minnesota Bat. They simply plug-in to any house
hold outlet or they can be plugged-in on the end of an extension cord to
get into tight and confined areas.
There are seven species of bats that are native to Minnesota: the Little
Brown, Keenís Little Brown, the Big Brown, Pipistrelle, Silver-haired,
Red, and Hoary. All of these species are insect eating. They are between
3-6 inches long, have a wingspan of between 9-15 inches, and weigh
between 0.2 to 1.1 ounces. The Hoary bat is the largest found in
Minnesota, and the Pipistrelle is the smallest. The Little Brown bat is
the most common species in the summer. The Big and Little Brown bats are
colonial species (they live in groups) and are the ones most often found
residing in bat houses. During the summer bats have their pups; usually
one or two during June or July. Since Minnesota can get very cold in the
winter, most bats will migrate south to warmer climates or hibernate
until the weather is warm again.
Bats have adapted well to our urban and suburban environments. Bats can
be found in and around buildings, bridges, and other manmade structures.
The most common place to find bats in homes are the gable vents. Gable
vents are screened vents located in peaks of gables that aid in proper
attic ventilation. Although most bats do not have rabies, those that do
may be disoriented and unable to fly, which makes it more likely that
they will come into contact with humans.
Avoid handling bats or having
them in one's living space, as with any wild animal. Please use proper
We are very confident that the
ET Pest Control
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D and R Technologies LLC. have created this page so you can
identify your common Minnesota bat control problem.