Bat Removal & Control

How to bait a Bat trap

bait for Bats

Oftentimes I get asked the questions what do Bats eat? What is a good Bat trap? What's the best bait to catch a Bat? My answer is pretty simple: what do you have around your house? Bats of learn how to adapt to an urban environment; this simply means that they no longer need to scavenge in the trees or dig up your lawn in order to find grub. What it means is that Bats have learned what to eat around urban areas like cities and suburbs. What do Bats eat? Bats eat trash, Bats eat garbage, Bats eat cat food, Bats eat dog food. Bats can eat just about anything. Their digestive systems have learned how to adapt given their changes in diet and changes in environment. If the Bat is used to eating the trash out of your garbage, go ahead and take your Bat trap and use the garbage as Bat bait. In the back of the truck, load the bed with garbage, set the trap near your garbage and chances are next morning when you wake up you will have a Bat in that trap. If the garbage in the truck didn't do the trick, for the best Bat bait go ahead and try cat food. Cat food is a great Bat bait to use when trapping Bats in your general home and property. Every now and then you might capture a cat with cat food.

If you do, simply open the trap and let the cat out and reset the trap using another Bat bait, I personally love using oatmeal cream cookies as Bat bait; they are one of the best Bat baits because they're made with marshmallows and sugar. Bats have a sweet tooth; Bats like sweet baked oatmeal cream pies. Another great lure that works very well is marshmallows. Take a handful of marshmallows and lightly sprinkle them around the trap, in the trap and a lot of marshmallows in the back of the Bat trap. The marshmallows will be a great Bat lure. Ultimately if you want to get rid of Bats you need to start doing Bat trapping. That is the first and best way to do so. In order to do trapping you need to know what Bats eat. If you can figure out what your Bat is eating and you can place that bait in the back of the trap, you will be able to get rid of Bats in your attic. Bat habitats of changed largely over the past 25 years with a growing population construction and new development, the previous Bat habitat is no longer the woods, in the wildlife or the in the wildland. Make sure you adapt your trapping methods to New Age Bat removal tips in order to use the right Bat bait in order to capture that nuisance animal. If you have any questions my name is Brendan Mangnitz at centurianwildlife.com. Give me a call if you would like me to help you trap that pesky Bat!