How to Get a Bat Out of the House Fast and Safe (to you and the bat!)

People often think, if a bat gets in their house, that it flew in by accident. That's not usually the case. Bats have echolocation--nature's GPS--and rarely get lost. If you see one bat, it probably means a bat colony has chosen to roost in your attic or chimney. Lucky you, right? This is common in older homes and those near a river or bayou. Bats will also roost in disused chimneys, where the owners installed a new furnace with side venting.  Bats are awesome little creatures, but don't belong in the house--so here's How to Remove a Bat from Your House Quickly and Safely (safe for you and bat!)

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