Mice or Bats?
Learn how to distinguish between the two droppings and how to get them properly removed.
How to Distinguish Between the Droppings
Bat and mice droppings look very similar, both in size and in color. However, there are two ways that you can start to determine what pests are making themselves at home in your house.
- Test 1: Break the droppings apart.
The best way to distinguish between a mouse or a bat is to break the droppings apart. Bat guano will easily crumble and you will be able to see insect parts in the guano. On the other hand, mouse droppings are hard and will not break apart. They appear dull, especially if they are old.
- Test 2: Identify How the Droppings are Organized
Bat droppings are most often in a pile, while mice droppings are more spread out.
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How to Properly Remove Dropping and Pests
It doesn’t matter if you have bats, mice, or both. The team at My Bat Guy, Bat Removal & Prevention can help.
Mice Removal Services
Mice reproduce extremely fast, so it important to fix the problem quickly. We not only remove current infestation, but also prevent further infestation including complete sealing, exterior stations and quarterly inspections
Bat Removal Services
We not only remove the guano and the bat colony, but will seal entry points so they do not return. Bats are a protected species so we ensure humane wildlife removal.
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